The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Alan Bradley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553840762 / Author: Alan Bradley / Perfect Paperback / 373 Pages / Book is published 2009-11 by Bantam Books
Newest Review: ... mystery in the style of a grown up Famous Five jaunt. The main character of the story is Flavia de Luce, a somewhat ... more
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The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie
Take one precocious eleven - year - old girl called Flavia. Add a ...
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by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I ordered this book out of my local library following a recommendation. Initially I was a little concerned about the cover of the book as at best it could be described as dull (Red with what looks like black splodges on). However, the saying "Never judge a book by it's cover" has never been more true! This was a thoroughly enjoyable murder mystery in the style of a grown up Famous Five jaunt. The main character of the story is Flavia de Luce, a somewhat precocious 11 year old girl usually preoccupied by all things chemistry and constant feuds with her older sisters Daphne and Ophelia. This all comes to an end one day with the discovery of a dead ... Read the complete review
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