Jeremy uses a variety of means to ‘read’ Theodosia and the Serpents of Choas by R.L. LaFevers

Why did you read this book? This was another book chosen from the car for our New Zealand trip. My recollection is that we were looking for a young adult crime book, inspired maybe by our joint fondness for the Enola Holmes series. Due to timing and technological experimentation, some of this book was read aloud to me by Beckie while I was driving, read aloud using Audible.com, and simply read on the Kindle.

Has Beckie read it? I’m not sure she’s finished it.

42 word review11-year old girl is Indiana Jones in story that takes place in 1906 London and Egypt. Her sidekick is a street urchin named Sticky Will. It’s fun! (Remaining 15 words unnecessary, but I’ll write a sentence of appropriate length for consistency’s sake.)

Overall rating: 4 cursed kittens (out of 5)

3 thoughts on “Jeremy uses a variety of means to ‘read’ Theodosia and the Serpents of Choas by R.L. LaFevers

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