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The perilous gard.
Pope, Elizabeth Marie
Children's Fiction POPE

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Jenni said:
I love this book! It has everything a great book needs-adventure, action, romance, evil stewards, annoying sisters... everything. Also it takes place in England, my favorite place.
posted Jun 14, 2006 at 11:04AM
Jenni said:
I love this book! It has everything a great book needs-adventure, action, romance, evil stewards, annoying sisters... everything. Also it takes place in England, my favorite place.
posted Jun 14, 2006 at 11:04AM
Nima said:
I kind of happened upon this book, and when I first looked at it, the whole period book thing put me off a little. But as I started reading it really pulled me in. The last half of the book really evokes a sense of urgency that keeps you frantically turning pages. And the quality of the book aside, I really appreciated that the author could write an absorbing book without resorting to overtly sexual themes. (I mean do we really need to have another Gossip Girl-clone on the shelves). All in all I thought this was an excellent book, the author's style, her characters, and the theme that I drew from the book.
posted Oct 29, 2006 at 1:08PM
Avatar for Ryner Ryner said:
Kate Sutton, at the order of Queen Mary, has been sent to live in a lonely, remote castle called Perilous Gard. Upon arriving, she learns of the mysterious disappearance of a small girl that occurred a few months prior, and of the strange behavior of the castle's residents. Rumor has it that the child had been abducted by Fairies. Having little else to occupy her time, Kate makes a bold decision to try to solve the mystery herself. The story was a little dry, and the romantic element felt a little too pat at the end, but the story was otherwise charming.
posted Jan 3, 2007 at 10:26AM
Denise said:
I have just read the book and i think that the beginning was a little lame, though the second have of the book was interesting and pretty suspensing. Denise
posted Jan 8, 2009 at 6:37PM
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