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Robber Barons Daughter From The Dark Of The Bulgarian Underworld To The Grandeur Of Central London, What You Don T Know Can T Harm You Or So Nettie Believes Nettie Lives A Privileged Life In A Mansion And She Is Adored By Her Parents But Her World Shatters When Her Beloved Tutor, Miss Kovachev, Mysteriously Disappears From The Round Tower.

10 thoughts on “Robber Barons Daughter

  1. says:

    It took me 100 pages for me to really get into this book The only reason I kept reading was because it was an easy book to read, and I needed to add another book to my year s goal list It shouldn t have taken me 100 pages to get to the good parts I was also very confused time line wise, in the first 100 pages, as to what was going on when By the end I sort of understood, but I didn t like having to wait until the very end to understand it all Over all, though, I liked the dark topic of the It took me 100 pages for me to really get into this book The only reason I kept reading was because it was an easy book to read, and I needed to add another book to my year s goal list It shouldn t have taken me 100 pages to get to the good parts I was also very confused time line wise, in the first 100 pages, as to what was going on when By the end I sort of understood, but I didn t like having to wait until the very end to understand it all Over all, though, I liked the dark topic of the novel, but I felt the blurb on the back didn t do such a great job explaining that this would be a real life dark theme I was imagining something a littlefantas like, especial...

  2. says:

    Awesome title, average story For a 12 year old, Nettie was pretty immature I get that she was sheltered and naive, but the way she spoke and acted wasin line with an 8 year old This was in the teen section of my library, probably for the content human trafficking , but the writing style feltaimed at primary school children I couldn t believe that Mr Roberts the robber baron of the title would employ one of his trafficked girls as a tutor for his precious daughter Why woul Awesome title, average story For a 12 year old, Nettie was pretty immature I get that she was sheltered and naive, but the way she spoke and acted wasin line with an 8 year old This was in the teen section of my library, probably for the content human trafficking , but the writing style feltaimed at primary school children I couldn t believe that Mr Roberts the robber baron of th...

  3. says:

    I was hooked to the story, and I loved the vivid descriptions.

  4. says:

    Nettie lives the life of a modern day princess with her billionaire parents holidays around the world, her own pony, servants and a huge mansion Her only regret is not having any friends of her own age But the sudden disappearence of her beloved tutor Miss Kurachov begins to open her eyes to the dark secrets behind her seeming perfect world What exactly does her father do on his many business trips Who is the small ghost who flits around the shadows of the house Why won t anyone tell her Nettie lives the life of a modern day princess with her billionaire parents holidays around the world, her own pony, servants and a huge mansion Her only regret is not having any friends of her own age But the sudden disappearence of her beloved tutor Miss Kurachov begins to open her eyes to the dark secrets behind her seeming perfect world What exactly does her father do on his many business trips Who is the small ghost who flits around the shadows of the house Why won t anyone tell her where Miss Kurachov has gone The answers will force her to make a frightening choice about her life.I bought this book after attending a reading by its author Jamila Garvin An impressive childrens novel that combines traditional adventure elements secret passages, overheard criminals, starting a new school, with the very modern evil of hu...

  5. says:

    This was the first YA adult book I had read in the last couple of months The subject matter was most intriguing and the style and quality of writing was good I did find some of the plot twists slightly clunky and the main character Nettie appeared to be an exceptionally immature girl I understand that she had led a privileged and sheltered life however she seemed to lack the ability to question anything In the midst of her life being shattered she still found plenty of time to worry about This was the first YA adult book I had read in the last couple of months The subject...

  6. says:

    I love Jamila Gavin as a children s writer and so am looking forward to reading this one.

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