A Red Herring Without Mustard, by Alan Bradley

red herringConsidering I didn’t like the second book in this series, I was very pleased with volume three. It was very enjoyable, possibly even more so than the first one. I liked learning much more about the de Luces, and I really liked Porcelain – I hope she ends up coming back! I also like how everyone in the de Luce household seems to be evolving, growing up, and maturing. Moving on past their past. I felt movement not only in the story but in the series as a whole, and that was great!

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