The Moon Child by Cate Cain
(Jade Boy)

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Entertaining if rife with stereotype; Joseph Bruchac's Wolf Mark (2011) is both comparable and better.
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Three months on from the shattering events in St Paul's, Jem has swapped kitchen drudgery for the life of a young gentleman. But when Ann is kidnapped, Jem and Tolly are catapulted back into a world of threat and evil. After experiencing a vision of Ann on board a ship, the pair stow away on The Fortuna, heading for the American colonies. But Ann is nowhere to be found on the ship. When crew members begin to go missing and strange and sinister things start happening, Jem and Tolly realise they are in serious danger once more. What if Count Cazalon isn't really dead?

The chilling sequel to the highly acclaimed THE JADE BOY.
 

About Cate Cain

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Cate Cain is the pen name of Katherine Griffin. She currently works for the Society of Protection of Ancient Buildings in London, and has previously worked for the Sir John Soane Museum. She also writes a weekly column for the Watford Gazette.
 
Published September 1, 2014 by Templar Fiction. 432 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Jun 01 2016

Entertaining if rife with stereotype; Joseph Bruchac's Wolf Mark (2011) is both comparable and better.

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