• Title: School for Villains
  • Author: Bruno Vincent
  • ISBN: 9780330479530
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
  • School for Villains Below Tumblewater is a school unlike any other daily schedule dagger throwing advanced forgery lockpicking and ghostly geographyI looked again at at the door and saw a message scrawled roughly in
    Below Tumblewater is a school unlike any other, daily schedule dagger throwing, advanced forgery, lockpicking, and ghostly geographyI looked again at at the door and saw a message scrawled roughly in the mud of the wall above it, as though someone had used their whole hand to gouge it out RIDLEY GARNET S SCHOLE FUR VILLAINS Everyone s favorite orphan turned storytellerBelow Tumblewater is a school unlike any other, daily schedule dagger throwing, advanced forgery, lockpicking, and ghostly geographyI looked again at at the door and saw a message scrawled roughly in the mud of the wall above it, as though someone had used their whole hand to gouge it out RIDLEY GARNET S SCHOLE FUR VILLAINS Everyone s favorite orphan turned storyteller Daniel Dorey is back and on the run from sinister millionaire Caspian Prye, who kidnapped his sister He must venture below the rain drenched streets, where he unwittingly enrolls in a very strange school, encountering a host of weird and wonderful characters Here kids learn the tricks they need to survive from safecracking to double dagger throwing, from disguises to practicing surgery on chunks of corpse This is one school where naughtiness never goes unrewarded Will Daniel and his schoolmates be able to put their grisly lessons into practice and rescue his sister

    One Reply to “School for Villains”

    1. ~~~~~~~~~~S P O I L E R______A L E R T~~~~~~~~~~After finishing the first book, I was quite impressed, since Grisly Tales from Tumblewater was nothing like any other book I have read. I enjoyed book 1's grisly tales and the background story was great too! So I was pretty excited for School for Villains, especially since the name of the book seemed an entire new fun concept. I felt the author couldn't match his standards of that of the first book. There were many reasons I didn't enjoy the book:1 [...]

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