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My Bonny Light Horseman: Being an Account of the Further Adventures of Jacky Faber, in Love and War (Bloody Jack Adventure Series #6)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Another Must-Read from L.A. Meyer!

I flew right through My Bonny Light Horseman, so quickly, I was truly sad to see it end. I¿ve read all six books in the Bloody Jack series, and each one becomes my favorite as I read it, with this one being no different. From the start of the book, Jacky again finds h...
I flew right through My Bonny Light Horseman, so quickly, I was truly sad to see it end. I¿ve read all six books in the Bloody Jack series, and each one becomes my favorite as I read it, with this one being no different. From the start of the book, Jacky again finds herself in a many near-death situations, one that even forces her to become a spy for her country in a war against the French. Along with the usual main characters, Meyer introduces you to many new characters that you get acquainted with so quickly, it¿s as if you had been reading about them all along since the first Bloody Jack book. One new character that everyone should already be familiar with is the infamous French ruler, Napoleon, whom Jacky has a few important encounters with, one especially, that has a great impact with this book¿s outcome and the war of that time. Being a middle school language arts teacher, I would recommend this book to anyone that loves entertaining, historical, and even humorous books. If there is only one book that you buy a friend or loved one this year for the holidays, it has to be this one. It¿s a must read for the entire family.

posted by Anonymous on September 4, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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I liked the adventure and the plot was fun and thrilling. How ever i thought jacky was hypocritical and unfaithfull to jamie. Jamie deserves better.

posted by 16685952 on August 22, 2012

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  • Posted December 27, 2013

    This one was interesting cause in the last book, Higgins mention

    This one was interesting cause in the last book, Higgins mentions how Jacky might make a good spy and now she's starting to be one. Loved the ending. Here we find Jacky and others sent to a prison.
    She meets old friends and finds herself about to be executed. Later it turns out that she's being sent as a spy to Paris and it isn't long till she's joining an army, meeting Napoleon himself. Can't wait for the next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2012

    the ebook cover should match the other Jacky covers

    Another great Jacky tale! I enjoyed this one more than Mississippi Jack; it just had more suspense and action to it, I think. There are some duller moments, but overall a great addition to the Jacky line. This is more like the Jacky I fell in love with in book one!

    I just really wish this ebook cover had the great hardback illustration cover like the other Jacky ebooks. The hardback cover is more fitting to the content, and this paperback edition just looks weird next to the others. Please match the covers, Barnes & Noble!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2009

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    There is the sound of the steel coming down and then an awful thunk and I feel a terrible blow to the back of my neck. I feel...nothing...all is darkness and silence.

    When it came to that scene I was like wait what, no way, must read what happens next. This one was interesting cause in the last book, Higgins mentions how Jacky might make a good spy and now she's starting to be one. Loved the ending. Here we find Jacky and others sent to a prison. She meets old friends and finds herself about to be executed. Later it turns out that she's being sent as a spy to Paris and it isn't long till she's joining an army, meeting Napoleon himself. Can't wait for the next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2008

    Another Amazing Jacky Faber Adventure

    LA Meyer is an amazing author, and I waited a long time for this book. I was not disapointed. It had all the adventure, friendship, and romace of the other books, and it's probably one of my favorites. However, that does not mean I trust Jacky with other guys besides Jaimy.

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