The Fearsome Firebird

The Fearsome Firebird In the the third book in the Curiosity House series you will find A nefarious spy within Dumfrey s Dime Museum A very unfortunate flea circus An evil plot to destroy New York A beautiful and mysterio

  • Title: The Fearsome Firebird
  • Author: Lauren Oliver H.C. Chester
  • ISBN: 9780062270870
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the the third book in the Curiosity House series, you will find A nefarious spy within Dumfrey s Dime Museum A very unfortunate flea circus An evil plot to destroy New York A beautiful and mysterious tattooed ladyThe extraordinary orphans Sam, Pippa, Thomas, and Max have just started to recover from their capture and subsequent escape from the evil Nicholas RattigaIn the the third book in the Curiosity House series, you will find A nefarious spy within Dumfrey s Dime Museum A very unfortunate flea circus An evil plot to destroy New York A beautiful and mysterious tattooed ladyThe extraordinary orphans Sam, Pippa, Thomas, and Max have just started to recover from their capture and subsequent escape from the evil Nicholas Rattigan But the children s lives don t stay quiet for long A slew of bank robberies is terrorizing the city And when General Farnum, the ringmaster of the museum s immensely popular flea circus, is charged with murder, the search for the real killer uncovers a plot much bigger than any individual crime a plot that can only be the work of Nicholas Rattigan.

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    1. Kicking aside some minor disappointments, plot-holes and unanswered questions, I think this trilogy was surprisingly very entertaining! I'm actually very happy with my overall reading experience which was definitely a good one.I mean, I practically breezed past these books without even realizing it. That's a good sign, isn't it? I'll make this quick because if I dwell on it long enough I might start to miss these books. Wouldn't want that to happen.Sam, Pippa, Thomas and Max, Mr. Dumfrey, Miss F [...]

    2. I enjoyed this book and thought it was a nice way to end this series. The characters have grown but are just as endearing. The story was fun, and the mystery was intriguing.

    3. Woah okay, I was all geared up to give this five stars and gush about it being the best in the series so far, and how beautiful and sweet and happy the ending was - but like apparently this is meant to be the last of a trilogy?? That just completely let the air out of my joy - I was expecting more books to come after this! At the very least like, I don't know, five or seven books total. There's still so many things left unexplained, and I wasn't convinced in the slightest that the danger was ove [...]

    4. I feel rather torn about this book. It was a good read, but left much to be desired - particularly the ending. It was over too quickly, with lots of loose ends and unanswered questions left about this story, never mind the series as a whole. Additionally, the last scene came across as if this is the final book in the series when, again, there are unanswered questions and loose ends particularly regarding Rattigan and, to an extent, Mr. Dumfrey. My hope is that this is not the final book as I wou [...]

    5. I won this book in a competition and was really pleased as it's the first book I have won that I knew my son might enjoy. The plot is fantastic and kept both myself and my son engaged, along with a wonderful cast of characters. Having Aspergers, my son really enjoyed reading about this unique bunch of characters and quickly felt connected to them. He felt that like him they were different and often judged to harshly when deep down all they wanted was to be accepted and celebrated by society, on [...]

    6. a fun, but not quite satisfying, ending to this trilogy the elements were all there, but they just didn't get fleshed out very well the 4 main persons were there throughout, and still their usual smarty/snippy/angry/talented selves but there wasn't enough of the others kind of a lame ending too, or purposeful, in that it allows for a new direction all in all, the plot was a bit thin (the titular beast seemed almost an afterthought) and the action a bit perfunctory

    7. Although I am rather disappointed this is the last in one of my favourite series, I think it was a great way to complete the series. It was intriguing, and answered questions left after the second book. I read it in a day, I just couldn't stop reading it!!!! It is such an easy read, so ages 9 plus- read it, and I hope you'll love it as I did.

    8. I felt like there were a few loose ends--nothing drastic, I just generally prefer things a bit more wrapped up and this ending left it a bit more open-ended, which is fine, just not to my taste--but I love these kids, and I'm sorry I don't have any more of their adventures to keep me company on my weekday drives to and from the office.

    9. I won this book recently in a First Reads giveaway.I know my grandson will enjoy this book! It was good as far as it goes, but is really more suited for young teenagers.

    10. This third of the trilogy wraps the story and leaves a door open for future adventures. The four children continue to master their special abilities and defeat their maker.

    11. i'm not usually one for reviews; only here to say that the climax is seriously underwhelming and not what I expected at all based on the build up in books one and two.

    12. Curiosity House: The Fearsome Firebird is the third book in the Curiosity House series by Lauren Oliver and H. C. Chester. It is introduced with the orphans Sam, Pippa, Thomas, and Max, who reside in Mr. Dumfrey’s performing museum. These orphans harness extraordinary powers, created as an outcome of Nicholas Rattigan testing them like lab rats. After Rattigan’s most recent evil plan, the orphans’ lives have just started to settle down. Autumn brings more schoolwork and new attractions, li [...]

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