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In the Belly of the Bloodhound: Being an Account of a Particularly Peculiar Adventure in the Life of Jacky Faber The British Crown Has Placed A Price On Jacky S Head, And So She Returns To The Lawson Peabody School For Young Girls In Boston To Lay Low But Laying Low Isn T In The Cards For A Spunky Lass Who Finds Trouble Even When She S Not Looking For ItA School Outing Goes Awry As Jacky And Her Classmates Are Abducted And Forced Into The Hold Of The Bloodhound, A Ship Bound For The Slave Markets On The Barbary Coast All Of Jacky S Ingenuity, Determination, And Plain Old Good Luck Will Be Put To The Test As She Rallies Her Classmates To Fight Together To Avoid Being Sold On The Auction Block In This New Installment Of The Bloody Jack Adventures

About the Author: L.A. Meyer

Louis A Meyer is best known as the author of the Bloody Jack novels He was also a painter and the author of two children s picture books, and he and his wife owned an art gallery called Clair de Loon in Bar Harbor.Louis A Meyer passed away on July 29, 2014 from refractory Hodgkin s Lymphoma His final Jacky Faber book, Wild Rover No More, was published posthumously in September that year.

10 thoughts on “In the Belly of the Bloodhound: Being an Account of a Particularly Peculiar Adventure in the Life of Jacky Faber

  1. says:

    All I can say for this book is that this is the most awesome book I ve ever read, and that I would give it a 7 star had it been possible, but alas it s not, so I ll have to be content with the 5 star which seems pitifully little now The book start of real fine, with Jacky going back to Boston, to all her dear friends, Amy, Annie, Slyvie, Rebecca, Peg, etc, etc, and they have a very happy and cheerful reunion Here s a quote Jesus, Mary and Joseph It s Jacky But of course,

  2. says:

    I know, I know. Everyone is probably gasping with shock and there may have been a few heart attacks This is the first Bloody Jack book that hasn t gotten a five from me It simply the lacked the excitement and action that I enjoyed in the previous three It also lacked male characters which is a must for a Jacky adventure as she normally flirts with and outdoes all the fellows in all she does. In this, the fourth installment of the Bloody Jack series, Jacky Faber has a price on h

  3. says:

    More adventure and dangerous situations for Jacky Faber Meyer continues to put his heroine in seemingly impossible situations to see her wriggle and plot her way back out I also enjoyed the twists this story takes that relate back to Jacky s days as Mary an orphan living in Cheapside This story also ends on a heartbreaking cliffhanger that had me running for the next installment

  4. says:

    Another stellar contribution to the Bloody Jack series and a fabulous audiobook performance by Katherine Kellgren This is just pure entertainment Not that there isn t a good deal of history and thoughtfulness involved, but it s just one of the most compelling stories, with vivid characters brought to life not only through Meyer s deft storytelling but through Kellgren s fine acting If you want a synopsis of the story, you can read the publisher s blurb Personally, I loved diving right in w

  5. says:

    This was definitely the darkest of the four books I have read so far, but still well written I once again read it in a day I thought the author did an excellent job of bring out multiple female personalities, in diverse ways I thought the relationship between Jacky and Clarissa played out very interestingly, it makes me wonder how it will be in a subsequent one I loved the part when Jacky explained the goddess Diana to Katy 391 Elspeth Goodwin s character also played out very interesting by the

  6. says:

    Read by Katherine Kellgren And she is an awesome narrator just sayin Had to give this Odyssey Award Honor Winner a chance and I m glad I did I m a huge fan of listening to audiobooks involving accents and I got an earful with this young adult title English, Irish, Cheapside, posh, and, of course, pirate Yay This is actually the 4th book in the Bloody Jack Adventure series Bloody Jack, The Curse of the Blue Tattoo, Under the Jolly Roger , but I didn t read the books after Bloody Jack In this book, Jack

  7. says:

    I listened to In The Belly Of The Bloodhound by L.A Meyer because I might as well be obsessed with Jacky Faber.

  8. says:

    2010 Odyssey HonorThis was the best Bloody Jack installment so far Quite adventurous and not at all annoying.

  9. says:

    Audiobook version Adventure on the high seas, Girl Power in a time when girls were viewed as helpless creatures, and so much makes this book as good as the rest of the series Not for young children, but for grown ups, this book is just plain fun The narrator takes an excellent story and adds her skill to bring it to a level where I have the book running in the background of my life from the time I wake up until it is finished.As a side note, I LOVE how the author took other books and tied them into this one, i.e Moby

  10. says:

    Absolutely splendid The progress to the climax appeared gradual than in the first three books but did not remove the excitement from the escape My heart was pounding so hard that I was feeling short of breath It did end as I expected but how else to continue the story I mean, there ARE 3 books in this series, right

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