The Puppetmaster’s Apprentice
When the Margrave of Tavia commands The Puppetmaster and his daughter, Pirouette, to create one hundred wooden soldiers, they cannot refuse. If they do, the Puppetmaster will be imprisoned. Pirouette is worried because she began life as a puppet, so she knows better than anyone that these soldiers can be brought to life. But for what nefarious purpose?
When they fail to meet their deadline, the Puppetmaster is kidnapped. Pirouette is then tasked with creating an assassin. She is told that her father will be freed if she completes this task. Is there a way for Pirouette to do what she must, without sacrificing her father
I liked this book because it had an interesting and engaging storyline. The author does a wonderful job of creating relatable characters. It made me empathize with Pirouette’s situation and wonder what I would do in her set of circumstances. Will Pirouette be able to create an assassin that will clearly hurt someone else, just to save the person she loves most? This book is a must-read, and I recommend it to all older readers!
|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||Page Street Kids|
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