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The Red Necklace


Book Description
The winds of change are blowing through Paris in the winter of 1789, both for France and for our hero, a striking and mysterious Gypsy boy named Yann Margoza. He was born with a gift for knowing what people are thinking and an uncanny ability to throw his voice, and he has been using those skills while working for a rather foolish magician. That work will soon end, however, and on the night of the... More
Book Information
Publisheraudible.com
BindingAudio Download (14 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-10B000Y4RS3E
Publication Date01/01/1901
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About Sally Gardner (Author) : Sally Gardner is a published author and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Sally Gardner include I, Coriander (Unabridged), A Book of Princesses... more
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4/8/2010 Carmela Martino tagged as: I read

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10/7/2009 Kendra Patterson said:
After finishing the book, I can look back and say I liked the story, but I wouldn't have said that halfway through the book. It's a complex, detailed story that takes a while to get moving. The cover looks like it would appeal to a female reader, but I think the story would actually appeal to males ... more

tags: 08/04/09, I read

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2/5/2009 Claudia Osmond said: Sally Gardner is one of my new favorite authors!
tags: I recommend, I read

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