Wild Boy E–book/E–pub
Rob Lloyd Jones í 9 summaryOne Sentence Review Action packed with a SherlockVictorian twist and a mystery that will have kids wondering when the heck the seuel s coming out Nice book and I can definitely see why "this one was chosen as a Red Dot There was a lot of great inner thinking "one was chosen as a Red Dot There was a lot of great inner thinking Wild Boy and I
"love how fast the plot played out and how unexpected it was towards the end This book again seems to "how fast the plot played out and how unexpected it was towards the end This book again seems to what it means to be different in today s world to stand out and to suffer the conseuences s world to stand out and to suffer the conseuences makes me wonder what it means for someone to be different and why people feel to against being different Besides from being different this book also seems to show two sides to every character like there are two sid. Murder mystery meets carnival flair in a ollicking Victorian adventure centered on a boy with a uniue appearance and uniue giftsIn the seedy underworld of Victorian London a boy is born and abandoned Snatched up by an unscrupulous and abusive showman Wild Boy covered in hair from head to toe becomes a sideshow freak Isolated. Es to many people in life Examples of these are "Finch and Clarissa Overall a nice book to cap off the year and a Overall a nice book to cap off the year and a ead to anyone Happy New "and Clarissa Overall a nice book to cap off the year and a good ead to anyone Happy New Fun ead I think it s a chapter book for younger eaders but it doesn t talk down and it s a great steampunk ish adventure with Wild Boy as a sort of junior Sherlock Holmes In the first book this one Wild Boy makes friends with the acrobat girl Clarissa after they are accused of a gruesome murder There s a weird machine using that newfangled stuff electricity and lots of secrets and lies It s a good ead for pretty much anyone Abandoned at birth and given to a freakshow at 8 Wild Boy has learned to never trust anyone and to consider himself. From other children and wickedly abused by the cruel master who bought him Wild Boy becomes an avid observer developing Sherlock Holmes–like deductive skills Although he is tormented and insulted kicked and spat at his uick mind takes in everything he sees When a
occurs at fair Wild Boy is hastily accused Can he A monsterIt s 1841 London England A boy covered head "to toe in hair is forced to in front of vicious crowds In order to keep himself going Wild Boy "toe in hair is forced to perform in front of vicious crowds In order to keep himself going Wild Boy people He sees things about them that no one else does and in time develops a useful skill of deduction He can learn facts from amurder occurs at
"person with a single glance with subtle hints and clues on "with a single glance with subtle hints and clues on clothes or movements When there s a murder in the fairground Wild Boy is blamed and forced to go into hiding With his deduction skill under his wing and Clarissa the circus acrobat who w My daughter needed to ead a mystery novel as part of a school project so on the Ninth City Burning recommendation of my son we chose Wild Boy A few thoughts to com. Se his powers of deduction to save himself And will the talented and spunky young acrobat Clarissa be with him or against him Readers will be swept along by the cinematic pace immersed in the vivid historical setting and gripped by suspense as they wait to find out if a better fate could possibly await someone so very differe.
Rob Lloyd Jones