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The Fourth Ruby By James R. Hannibal The Fourth Ruby Jack and Gwen are back in this dynamic follow up to The Lost Property Office The chase to recover some of the Crown Jewels specifically the infamous cursed ruby named for Edward the Black Prince son

  • Title: The Fourth Ruby
  • Author: James R. Hannibal
  • ISBN: 9781481467124
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Fourth Ruby By James R. Hannibal Jack and Gwen are back in this dynamic follow up to The Lost Property Office.The chase to recover some of the Crown Jewels, specifically the infamous cursed ruby named for Edward the Black Prince, son of King Edward III, leads Jack and Gwen deep into the strange world of tunnels, cathedrals, and river systems beneath London to find the Thieves Guild, then back along the jeJack and Gwen are back in this dynamic follow up to The Lost Property Office.The chase to recover some of the Crown Jewels, specifically the infamous cursed ruby named for Edward the Black Prince, son of King Edward III, leads Jack and Gwen deep into the strange world of tunnels, cathedrals, and river systems beneath London to find the Thieves Guild, then back along the jewel s journey through the royal houses of Europe to its origin at a forgotten mine in India.
    The Fourth Ruby By James R. Hannibal

    The Fourth Ruby Section Hannibal, James R This item The Fourth Ruby Section by James R Hannibal Hardcover . Only left in stock order soon Sold by Sixth Cents Solutions LLC and ships from Fulfillment. The Fourth Ruby Section , by James R Hannibal The Fourth Ruby Section by James R Hannibal, pages Simon Schuster, Language G swears, f Mature Content G Violence PG some danger BUYING ADVISORY EL, MS ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL HIGH Jack s father has been in a coma for a year now, and Jack is losing control over his newly discovered powers Jack and Gwen are framed for stealing the Crown The Fourth Ruby by James R Hannibal, Paperback Barnes Oct , The Fourth Ruby NIGHT HAD FALLEN on London s Baker Street The orange glow of the streetlamps reflected off pavement that seemed perpetually wet A good number of pedestrians still walked the sidewalks, mostly heading home from the cafs Teatime had barely passed, and in London, tea was than just hot drinks. The Fourth Ruby Book by James R Hannibal Official The Fourth Ruby Chapter One NIGHT HAD FALLEN on London s Baker Street The orange glow of the streetlamps reflected off pavement that seemed perpetually wet A good number of pedestrians still walked the sidewalks, mostly heading home from the cafs Teatime had barely passed, and in London, tea was than just hot drinks.

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    1. Ms. Yingling on said:

      E ARC from Edelweiss Above the TreelineJack Buckles, fresh from his adventures in The Lost Property Office, is still struggling under the stigma of being a Section 13, and trying to hold his own as a Tracker in a competition Ash is still better than he is, although Jack is trying to learn things from Professor Tanner to make himself better Jack s father is still unconscious, and Jack visits every day, hoping to make a difference When Jack help s Tanner out finding some crown jewels, he, Gwen, a [...]

    2. David Neilsen on said:

      Jack Buckles returns in this fun sequel to last year s Lost Property Office Now he s an official part of The Ministry of Trackers but still, being a Section 13, is held at arm s length and mistrusted After a disappointing performance in a training exercise, he is down on his luck and jumps at a chance to meet with his former mentor Things don t go as planned naturally , and Jack is accused of stealing Britain s Crown Jewels He s innocent, but unable to prove it and so is out on the lam Again ass [...]

    3. Tonja Drecker on said:

      Although I didn t read the first book in this series and had little trouble settling into the story with this second tale, I would highly recommend starting the series at the beginning.Packed with fast paced adventure, interesting twists and magic around every corner, this story reminds a bit of Harry Potter while carrying tension and a tiny dash of steampunk atmosphere.Jack Buckles is training to be a Tracker, but being a section 13 still hangs on him like a layer of stinky, sticky goo To make [...]

    4. Amy Layton on said:

      I have a knack for picking up sequels thinking that they re standalones But not this time This time, I happened upon an ARC of this book even though it s already out , and I just felt a rush of love swell into my heart I love this series, and the fact that I was able to get my hands on the sequel was just incredible I read it as quickly as I could In fact, I read it in one sitting There s just something about these characters that fully entrances me And the world building oh my god It s just so [...]

    5. Jenny Rose on said:

      Jack Buckles is being trained as a tracker the youngest He isn t even supposed to know about the Ministry of Secrets He is a cursed 13 But since he s here and knows they might as well do something with him.Unfortunately, his friend Gwen isn t getting the same attention While Jack participates in the tracker games with a different quartermaster, Gwen was still regarded as a clerk a paper pusher Yes, paper pushers are needed in this world, but Gwen s talents exceed the level of paper pusher.When J [...]

    6. Lesley Ellis on said:

      If you are a fan of Harry Potter, then you will love this series I didn t read the first book in the series, so I may have missed out on a lot However, that didn t stop me from getting stuck into book two, I loved it and will be going back to read the first book as soon as I get the chance I started reading it this morning my adulting forgotten until I finished the book I could not put it down Though this book is ideal for young readers, like HP it can be read and enjoyed by adults too At 400 pa [...]

    7. Jessi on said:

      Since their last adventure a year ago, Jack and Gwen haven t been speaking too much Jack has been working with another advanced Quartermaster while also keeping another secret he might be losing his power It s no wonder Gwen hasn t been talking to him lately The book opens with Jack being in the middle of the Hunt an annual game and betraying the fact that he can spark Keeping that secret causes him to get kicked out of the Hunt Life doesn t get any better after he gets set up for the theft of [...]

    8. MomsTeach on said:

      An amazing story great for elementary through tween Others have put up synopses here, so there is no need for me to repeat it The characters are strong, positive role models On the surface they are dealing with a heist, stopping a thief, clearing their names, and in the process saving the world On a deeper level they are dealing with a friendship gone cold due to Jack s struggle to be the man of his family while his father is in a coma Jack must learn to live again, even though he feels like his [...]

    9. Edna Staples on said:

      The fourth ruby by James Hannibal and this is my first book that I have read from this Author This bookflows perfectly and can be easy to follow too Even though this book was too long it was still a good read Asa reader I feel that this book was too long and when a book is too long the reader might not end up finishingreading this book because they will feel that the Author s wriing might be all over the place I love darkishtype books.There are way too many characters to choose from in this book [...]

    10. Lynndell on said:

      Thanks to NetGalley and Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers for the opportunity to read and review The Fourth Ruby by James R Hannibal This sequel to The Lost Property Office finds the Buckles siblings, Jack and Sadie, relaxing by the fireplace The siblings begin another quest with Gwen while they search for a thief together and the item the thief is after, the fourth ruby The Mongolian history was interesting to read about and I liked how the author tied it into the Buckles lives Jack co [...]

    11. Michael Lewis on said:

      James R Hannibal has done it again The follow up to his incredible Middle Grade debut, THE LOST PROPERTY OFFICE strikes gold His first book introduces his characters and a world unlike any other I ve read before In this book, he explores these characters even deeper, with quite a few twists along the way Hannibal s strength is his ability to weave historical events into his fantastical world, all in a manner easily understood by the reader A great read for Middle Grade readers and up I read my k [...]

    12. Sarah on said:

      Though I didn t remember terribly clearly what had happened in book one, I dove into book two I found it compelling than book one I liked the historical ties to the quest , I think That being said, I don t find this series very notable I enjoy it well enough but don t think it s doing anything remarkably unique I ll keep reading, but hope it doesn t go on forever.Thanks to the publisher for a digital advance reader s copy, provided via Edelweiss.

    13. Janette on said:

      This is Harry Potter and Indiana Jones and everything in between A bit too much for me in a kid s book.

    14. Karsyn on said:

      Not as good as I remember the first one being, but still enjoyable Probably will read .

    15. Jayde Herriford on said:

      I absolutely love this author I picked up book one of the series on a whim and fell in love I cannot wait for the third installment

    16. TJ Burns on said:

      I received a copy of this book from Simon and Schuster Children s Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    17. Debra Whitfield on said:

      I loved this The first book was engaging and exciting This one was no different Enjoy the journey.

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