★ The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath (The Peculiar Adventures of John Loveheart, Esq. #1) PDF / Epub ✪ Author Ishbelle Bee – Realestatelawcenter.us

The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath (The Peculiar Adventures of John Loveheart, Esq. #1) 1888 A Little Girl Called Mirror And Her Shape Shifting Guardian Goliath Honeyflower Are Washed Up On The Shores Of Victorian England Something Has Been Wrong With Mirror Since The Day Her Grandfather Locked Her Inside A Mysterious Clock That Was Painted All Over With Ladybirds Mirror Does Not Know What She Is, But She Knows She Is No Longer Human John Loveheart, Meanwhile, Was Not Born Wicked But After The Sinister Death Of His Parents, He Was Taken By Mr Fingers, The Demon Lord Of The Underworld Some Say He Is Mad John Would Be Inclined To Agree Now Mr Fingers Is Determined To Find The Little Girl Called Mirror, Whose Flesh He Intends To Eat, And Whose Soul Is The Key To His Eternal Reign And John Loveheart Has Been Called By His Otherworldly Father To Help Him Track Mirror Down

★ The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath (The Peculiar Adventures of John Loveheart, Esq. #1)  PDF / Epub ✪ Author Ishbelle Bee – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Paperback
  • 325 pages
  • The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath (The Peculiar Adventures of John Loveheart, Esq. #1)
  • Ishbelle Bee
  • English
  • 22 July 2017
  • 0857664425

    10 thoughts on “★ The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath (The Peculiar Adventures of John Loveheart, Esq. #1) PDF / Epub ✪ Author Ishbelle Bee – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    This was definitely a strange book but I enjoyed it I would call it a weird mix of Sherlock Holmes, Neil Gaiman and a dash of Stephen King and a sprinkle of George RR Martin It was so dark and yet whimsi...


  2. says:

    A very dark and unique fairy tale for adults told in an interesting mosaic kind of narrative Highly imaginative and filled with sense of wonder.I think this is one of that stories where the journey itself is the aim of the telling We follow a bunch of characters, everyone of them talking in first person The very short chapters aren t presented in chronological order, so the reader needs to stay on top of the dates to put together the whole colorful picture of this tale.Some of the characters A very dark and unique fairy tale...


  3. says:

    Review copyA world of spiritualists, a murderer who kills children and transfers their souls into clockwork pieces of art, a shape shifting guardian, a possible look at the root of the Jack the Ripper legend, and I still had a difficult time embracing The Singular Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath.Maybe it was the way the story was told piecemeal in a series of vignettes through a wide variety of first person narratives rather than with a single voice At times it seemed disconnecte Review copyA world of spiritualists, a murderer who kills children and transfers their souls into clockwork pieces of art, a...


  4. says:

    This books is a bit of a disaster It starts off well enough, and it kept me turning the pages for quite a while, but the issues with this book far outweigh any positives Here s an enumeration of just some of the issues Spelling errors normally a few mistakes are entirely forgivable no author or editor is perfect but the number of typos in this book was simply annoying Unnecessary font stylization Bee often bolds letters or changes the font size mid sentence, but I found that it never This books is a bit of a disaster It starts off well enough, and it kept me turning the pages for quite a while, but the issues with this book far outw...


  5. says:

    4.5 5OH MY GOSH I would describe this as a mix of The Book Thief and Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children with a little bit of American Horror Story.The story was unique and exciting, it was super fast paste and I flew through it definitely one of the b...


  6. says:

    I didn t want to rate this book so low I love the cover and the story is really extraordinary and good but there are so many things that I didn t like that I have no other option but to give it 1 star.Up to one point the story is very good and I enjoyed it but then, after the 100th page of my copy everything started to go down.The book begins with Mirror s POV and then suddenly there is everybody s POV but Mirror s and it seems as if this is not a book about her and her protector but about ev I didn t want to rate this book so low I love the cover and the story is really extraordinary and good but there are so many things that I didn t like that I have no other option but to give it 1 star.Up to one point the story is very good and I enjoyed it but then, after the 100th page of my copy everything started to go down.The book begins with Mirror s POV and then suddenly there is everybody s POV but Mirror s and it seems as if this is not a book about her and her protector but about everybod...


  7. says:

    WTF did I just read Definitely not for the faint of heart, quite whimsical actually, and the gore, oh, the gore To be honest, I m slightly saddened that it wasn t published as an audio book, because its fragmented structure fell evenapart during my tired, sleepy eyed reading of the book ...


  8. says:

    I got an ARC of this book from the publisher through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review Hmmm A hard one to rate I liked it, but not as much as I thought I would Maybe 3.5 stars between I liked it and I really liked it The setting, characters and writing had a twisted fairy tale like quality, rather close to what I d expect from authors I love like Neil Gaiman Victorian England, for starters, with a dash of the Egyptian craze An Egyptian princess whose soul may have travelI got an ARC of this book from the publisher through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review Hmmm A hard one to rate I liked it, but not as much as I thought I would Maybe 3.5 stars between I liked it and I really liked it The setting, characters and writing had a twisted fairy tale like quality, rather close to what I d expect from authors I love like Neil Gaiman Victorian England, for starters, with a dash of the Egyptian craze An Egyptian princess whose soul may have travelled to another human vessel via a clock A clockmaker who makes very specific implements using inhuman means A group of young boys raised by the Lord of the Underworld, all ending up twisted in various ways People fighting against death and aging, going against time, ready to whatever it takes to prolong their own lives All this against the backdrop of the Ripper murders, which are given a different take her.I liked that the story went in ...


  9. says:

    Mirror was trapped in a clock by her grandfather and came out as somethingthan human She wanders England with her shape shifting guardian, Goliath When they encounter the evil Mr Fingers and his son Mr Loveheart, they must tread carefully, because Mr Fingers is after Mirror s soul.This book is hard to summarize, because of the threadbare plot and vague, dreamlike nightmarelike prose Had I not been told about this book by a friend and stumbled across it on my own in the bookstore, Mirror was trapped in a clock by her grandfather and came out as somethingthan human She wanders England with her shape shifting guardian, Goliath When they encounter the evil Mr Fingers and his son Mr Loveheart, they m...


  10. says:

    I rounded up from what should have been 2 and a half stars if Goodreads would have let me.There were parts of this book that was amaze ball reading experiences Perfectly crafted sentences that were like tiny drops of the bestest candy you have ever had melt in your mouth.Then there were parts that were disjointed, awkward, and felt like a thorn pricking your side when you are hiking in the hills So much beauty to look at and then all of a suddenOUCH It s a shame I don t feel like its the I rounded up from what should have been 2 and a half stars if Goodreads would have let me.There were parts of this book that was amaze ball reading experiences Perfectly crafted sentences that were like tiny drops of the bestest candy you have ever had melt in your mouth.Then there were parts that were disjointed, awkward, and felt like a thorn prick...

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