[Ebook] The Dagger in the Desk (Lockwood & Co., #1.5) By Jonathan Stroud – Marjoriejane.co.uk



10 thoughts on “The Dagger in the Desk (Lockwood & Co., #1.5)

  1. says:

    5 Words Perfect length for a cuppa This was a sweet little read to fill the gaps between books, and it provesthan ever that LUCY SHOULD BE ON THE COVER Come on, publishers Not only is Lucy the main character but she s the most kick ass of the lot She made it into my top ten book heroines She puts every other character in this book to shame She s incredible And Lockwood is really a barely there character.Lucy Carlyle once again proved how awesome she is, how brave and fearless and de 5 Words Perfect length for...


  2. says:

    dont read this at 10 p.m while trying to do a practice regents exam bc guess who won t be able to sleep now and finish that practice exam I grinned back, flushing a little, as I sometimes do when Lockwood trains his smile on me i lied read this and cry with me bc lockwood and lucy are so beaut...


  3. says:

    4.5 5 starsI m so excited reading about my favorite psychics agency, Lockwood co again It set afterThe Screaming Staircase and before The Whispering Skull It felt a little bit awkward at first I suppose it s because it s a very short story compared to the others so it felt too fast at the beginning or maybe it s just me, too used to the other new characters in the next three books so it s kind of weird to see Lockwood co without the Skull, Holly, Flo, even Kipps I almost for 4.5 5 starsI m so excited reading about my favorite psychics agency, Lockwood co again It set afterThe Screaming Staircase and before The Whispering Skull It felt a little bit awkward at first I suppose it s becau...


  4. says:

    A fun addition to the series


  5. says:

    Set after the events of book 1, this short story was a perfect little taster Lucy, George and Lockwood deal with a new case taking them to a school in Hammersmith It seems a nefarious ghost is making a nuisance of himself, scaring the kids and teachers, even attacking the later ...


  6. says:

    I don t know about everyone else, but I m always a bit sceptical about bridging short stories novellas There are some woeful efforts out there that are nothingthan changing perspective on a scene by writing he said instead of the original she said But the reason I keep reading them anyway, is there are some true little gems out there Sarah Maas efforts are outstanding, as they are standalone, whilst furthering the world building and characterisation.I digress a little, but my poin I don t know about everyone else, but I m always a bit sceptical about bridging short stories novellas There are some woeful efforts out there that are nothingthan changing perspective on a scene by writing he said instead of the original she said But the reason I keep reading them anyway, is there are some true little gems out there Sarah Maas efforts are outstanding, as they are standalone, whilst furthering the world building and characterisation.I digress a little, but my point is that I approach them with some trepidation As can already be seen by the number of stars I ve given this, the trepidation wasn t warranted in this case, and this story joins the ranks of the best in novella land I can never get enough Lockwood and Co ...


  7. says:

    3.5 5 a good refresher for the second book, didn t have as much banter between my three favourites as the other books do but it was a nice little novella.Lucy and Lockwood is a ship I will go down with and George is the light of my life, I am so obsessed with this series already onto the second book


  8. says:

    3.5 In this short story, another dangerous case comes along for the young and intrepid ghost busting team of Lockwood Co.This time they must investigate a malicious presence in a school, and it s going to take all their skills and equipment to bring this nasty, knife throwing ghoul to heel.


  9. says:

    This short story takes place between books 2 and 3 but works fine as a stand alone regardless of which books you have or have not read It follows a case of Lockwood Co complete with its usual ghosts and creepiness It s fun.Only about half the story is the actual story The rest is a ...


  10. says:

    A rather nice little short story Very short though, so not a lot of development of character or plot or such essentially just a descriptive little story about a regular night s work for Lucy, Lockwood and George ghost spotted, go on location, fight the ghost, wrap up, go home.


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