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The characters are well drawn and fun; the writing flows beautifully, and the dialog is spot-on.
Wood adds more dimension to her story lines with a change of scenery (London) and the introduction of new, interesting, and flawed characters.
So to wrap things up, I did like this book, it's worth reading, dont skip it if you loved the first one.
such well-crafted fiction is hard to find. such fun books. love the characters. ahwooooo. I think these would be great for reading out loud.Published 23 hours ago by Kindle Customer
Once again the Mess Woods book opens more questions than she answers. In this second novel the Incorrigible Children are brought to London, the rest is a merry chase.Published 1 month ago by Teri Boyd
This series is quite interesting and is a real page turner, a great mystery book. I can't wait to see what happens next to the delightful and mysterious incorrigible children,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by meurette.com
Very well written, flows well. Entertaining, cute and very funny. The caring way The main character cares for the children is very endearing.Published 2 months ago by Karina
It is a sweet book that keeps you interested but it seems like a chapter in a longer book rather than a complete book alonePublished 3 months ago by Catherine Ward
As with many middle books, this one struggles with advancing the plot, developing the characters, and yet, not giving away the ultimate point of the story. Read morePublished 4 months ago by E. Latshaw
The introduction of characters are so unique and add to the story so much. You have to pay attention, but even if you don't it reads just as well, with lots of fun!Published 4 months ago by Nanette Rodin
Having already written a complete review of this series for Book IV, I will only say now that if you like a good satire, you'll like this series that skewers 19th Century mores in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Laney B