3 edition of The madman of Venice found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR9619.3.M2884 M33 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780385738439, 9780385738446, 9780375855382, 9780385907293|
|LC Control Number||2009022369|
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The Madman of Venice was a pleasant surprise. Simply put, it was a well rounded delightful read that I highly enjoyed. Sophie Masson's novel is well thought out, her plot twists and Truth be told, the only reason I picked this book up from the library was because my ten year old slipped it into the stack of books we were going to check out/5.
Book reviews. The Madman of Venice Sophie Masson Review by Emily Masters. August Inspired by two of Shakespeare’s plays, The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet, Sophie Masson’s The The madman of Venice book of Venice is a tale full of mystery, sinister plot twists and romance.
The story begins when Emilia Lanier, an exotically beautiful musician. THE MADMAN OF VENICE. by Sophie Masson. Age Range: 14 & up GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet.
KIRKUS REVIEW. When Ned Fletcher, aspiring poet and clerk to a shipping magnate in Elizabethan London, leaps at the opportunity to accompany his master on a trip to Venice, little does he realize that the two business.
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The setting of Venice, one of the main reasons I chose this book /5. Get this from a library. The madman of Venice. [Sophie Masson] -- The London The madman of Venice book of Matthew Ashby is visited by the beautiful, famous half-Venetian musician, Emilia Lanier, begging him for help.
A young Venetian girl, Sarah, has been accused of witchcraft by a. Get this from a library. The madman of Venice. [Sophie Masson] -- Prosperous merchant Master Ashby travels with his daughter, his clerk, and his sister from London to Venice to investigate pirate attacks, and, once he arrives, he also agrees to look into the.
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"The Madman of Venice" is an entertaining read with mystery, romance, and action. The story has lots of twists and turns and kept me reading.
I thought it ended a little too tidily, but that's not too much of a drawback. The setting of Venice, one The madman of Venice book the main reasons I chose this book /5(10). The Madman of Venice. Written by Sophie Masson Review The madman of Venice book Sonia Gensler. Ned Fletcher is excited to learn that his employer, London merchant Matthew Ashby, will set out for Venice in the spring of to inquire into pirate attacks on his ships.
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One of those I've read lately is The Madman of Venice. It's an intriguing young adult mystery thriller set primarily in The protagonists are people from London who have travelled to Venice to investigate some ongoing oddities, including piracy and the mysterious disappearance from Venice's Ghetto of a young Jewish woman.
One I’ll retain the plot after I’ve finished my morning coffee. So I’ve been reading “The Madman of Venice” by Sophie Masson. It has the added bonus of having slightly larger type which makes it nice for my eyes that are only half-open.
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the book will be published by Hodder Children's Books UK in both Britain and Australia in Apriland in news just to hand, has also just sold to Random House USA. Anna Bendewald's Stealing Venice is a destination story that is part suspense and part romance.
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