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Intrigued by her uncle’s peculiar behavior, Dora turns to young, ambitious antiquarian scholar Edward Lawrence who eagerly agrees to help.
In a coffee house one afternoon, he is approached by a mysterious old man who directs him to Blake's Emporium to speak to Dora, explaining that she might be able to help him in his endeavours. This worked well and brought a good degree of contrast, with the tone of Hezekiah's chapters noticeably darker than the others and providing more of an insight into his motives. stars - Had high expectations for this book (a historical novel set in Georgian London with mythological aspects and a magpie?Updated guidance from the Department for Education on phonics is covered in The Reading Framework (updated July 2023) and will be important to review when updating your resources.
Dora relied on her uncle Hesakiah who quite frankly was one of the most revolting characters ever, but I loved how well he was written. And one duchess there, literally from the first hour of acquaintance, will become on a short leg with our cutie.
Wszystko zapowiadało lekturę bardzo w moim guście - koniec XVIII wieku, zainteresowanie starożytną Grecją, retelling mitu i opowieść o kobiecie, która stara się uniezależnić.