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Lady Grace youngest Maid to ueen Elizabeth I and secret “Lady Pursuivant” narrates in her daybook It was Awesome I love the time era and how it fits into the mysteries

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Betrayal Lady Grace Mysteries

Life as a stowaway Lady Sarah lady in waiting known for fancy clothes and hoity toity attitude is fear The 2nd in the Grace Cavendish mysteries for kids This time Grace a lady in waiting to ueen Elizabeth attempts to rescue the kidnapped Sarah another lady in waiting She ends up on Francis Drake's vessel as a boy Exciting full of historical detail Resourceful 13 year old

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Ed kidnapped by dashing Captain Drake Despite her hard feelings Grace and pal Masou dare the high seas Fun children's book Not really my genre


10 thoughts on “Betrayal Lady Grace Mysteries

  1. says:

    It was Awesome I love the time era and how it fits into the mysteries


  2. says:

    I'm hooked Grace has fun Her diary Dayebooks go the extra mile in smaller size with scratchy uill font phrases Titles are single word plot summaries Since I was mistaken for a boy even as a long haired blonde teen I enjoy stories where such mis identification is sought on purpose and leads to adventure One rather long and complicated is Terry Pratchett's Monstrous Regiment Scott Westerfeld's steampunk Leviathan series may be preferable Or your choice may be undisguised Camicaze master escapist heir to the Bog burglar clan in Cressida Cowell's series4 11 May 1569 Greenwich England In only a week Grace Cavendish youngest Maid of Honor to ueen Elizabeth I narrates accidentally setting to sea and back trying to avoid court scandal view spoiler I'm not sure she could have succeeded without Masou and the distraction of battle hide spoiler


  3. says:

    1 I decided to read it because it was a mystery book and it was related to England history and I don’t know much about history so I thought it might tell me a bit2 I found the character ueen Elizabeth interesting ueen Elizabeth is the ueen of England and she is uite close with Grace the main character I found her interesting because even though she was the ueen and everyone assumed that she acted like a normal royal person she knew that Grace was sneaking out and she didn’t tell anyone which created a trust bond between both of them and I was surprised because usually the ueens and royal people are portrayed as following rules and everyone has to be in order so in this book the ueen interested me because she wasn’t like the others in the royal family3 I didn’t find a uote to use so I’m using an action instead An interesting action that appealed to me was when Grace cut her hair shorter just so she could disguise herself as a boy to save Sarah from the pirates I found this interesting because even though Grace didn’t like Sarah that much she still cut her hair and risked her life to save her and that shows how caring Grace was to other people even if she doesn’t even like them that much4 This book made me think deeply about how people in the olden days in England lived so differently to how we do now Especially the royalty because Grace had to adapt to living in a royal environment with rules and expectations but she didn’t and the ueen kept her secret Also how the slaves and workers were treated is much different and stricter to how it is todayBy Lucy Harding


  4. says:

    This is the second book in the Lady Grace Mysteries series about Lady Grace Cavendish a thirteen year old Maid of Honour at the court of ueen Elizabeth I When Lady Sarah a fellow Maid of Honor to ueen Elizabeth I disappears apparently having eloped with the dashing young Captain Drake thirteen year old Lady Grace Cavendish takes it upon herself to discover the truth of Lady Sarah's whereabouts Her discoveries lead her to believe that rather than leaving of her own free will Lady Sarah may have been kidnapped Grace decides to disguise herself as a boy and along with her friend Masou a tumbler at the court stows away aboard Captain Drake's ship in the hope of rescuing her and finds herself facing a dangerous adventure I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoyed the first Lady Grace Mystery as well as to new readers who enjoy reading a blend of historical fiction and mystery I also really love the historical setting I look forward to reading of Grace's adventures in upcoming books in this series


  5. says:

    It's a fun second mystery if even unbelievable when Grace ends up posing as a boy on Francis Drake's privateer ship in order to rescue another Maid of Honour from a kidnapping I liked her character developmentThe historical note was awesome as ueen Elizabeth really did keep intelligent females as companions in her court as she used potential marriage as a political chip without ever committing It is also sad as it very uickly details the deaths and intrigues of Henry VIII's wives and successors


  6. says:

    The 2nd in the Grace Cavendish mysteries for kids This time Grace a lady in waiting to ueen Elizabeth attempts to rescue the kidnapped Sarah another lady in waiting She ends up on Francis Drake's vessel as a boy Exciting full of historical detail Resourceful 13 year old


  7. says:

    Read pretty young took a while to get going and the big problem was pretty simple Great for MG target age group


  8. says:

    This story wasn't as a plain mystery as the others it was of figuring out whether her friend Sarah ran away with a sea captain When Grace investigates she learns that Sarah was actually kidnapped and has to disguise herself as a man to get on the crew and free Sarah She cuts her hair really short and I find it funny how the female characters are so shocked by it Grace didn't even really like Sarah that much anyway and she risked her life for her so inspirational book character maybe


  9. says:

    Fun children's book Not really my genre


  10. says:

    outgoing amazing perfect for a ten year old


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