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The Accidental Highwayman (Adventures of Kit Bristol, #1) The Accidental Highwayman Is The First Swashbuckling Adventure For Young Adults By Talented Author And Illustrator, Ben Tripp.In Eighteenth Century England, Young Christopher Kit Bristol Is The Unwitting Servant Of Notorious Highwayman Whistling Jack One Dark Night, Kit Finds His Master Bleeding From A Mortal Wound, Dons The Man S Riding Cloak To Seek Help, And Changes The Course Of His Life Forever Mistaken For Whistling Jack And On The Run From Redcoats, Kit Is Catapulted Into A World Of Magic And Wonders He Thought The Stuff Of Fairy Tales Bound By Magical Law, Kit Takes Up His Master S Quest To Rescue A Rebellious Fairy Princess From An Arranged Marriage To King George III Of England But His Task Is Not An Easy One, For Kit Must Contend With The Feisty Princess Morgana, Gobling Attacks, And A Magical Map That Portends His Destiny As A Hanged Man Upon The Gallows Fans Of Classic Fairy Tale Fantasies Will Find Much To Love In This Irresistible YA Debut By Ben Tripp, The Son Of One Of America S Most Beloved Illustrators, Wallace Tripp Amelia Bedelia Following In His Father S Footsteps, Ben Has Woven Illustrations Throughout The Story Delightful And Charming A Swashbuckling Adventure In The Vein Of Robert Louis Stevenson 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Brandon Sanderson

10 thoughts on “The Accidental Highwayman (Adventures of Kit Bristol, #1)

  1. says:

    I blurbed a book I know, I know That doesn t happen very often these days, but Susan, my YA editor at Tor, approached me with a project she is very excited and passionate about The Accidental Highwayman by Ben Tripp And after reading it, I have to highly recommend it Susan has discovered a gem.From the back of the book In eighteenth century England, young Christopher Kit Bristol is the unwitting servant of notorious highwayman Whistling Jack One dark night, Kit finds his master bleeding f I blurbed a book I know, I know That doesn t happen very often these days, but Susan, my YA editor at Tor, approached me with a project she is very excited and passionate about The Accidental Highwayman by Ben Tripp And after reading it, I have to highly recommend it Susan has discovered a gem.From the back of the book In eighteenth century England, young Christopher Kit Bristol is the unwitting servant of notorious highwayman Whistling Jack One dark night, Kit finds his master bleeding from a mortal wound, dons the man s riding cloak to seek help, and changes the course of his life fo...

  2. says:

    I m not rating it So just calm down I promised myself that I would move on from books that just don t cut it for me.So I can only take so much info dumping world building and I nut up I received an arc copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  3. says:

    This is the story of Kit, a half fairy princess, a highwayman, a tightrope walker, a man who s lost his memory andThe Accidental Highwayman is not a swashbuckler I listened to the digital audiobook and didn t see that description of this story until I came to its Goodread page That s a positive thing because I may have felt cheated otherwise.Though it has a large cast of characters, the pace is quite slow This is a book that can be sa...

  4. says:

    I ll keep this brief as I do not want to waste anyof my time on this book It was a total bore I did not care for either the characters or the happenings Even the humor fell flat I m very disappointed as the synopsis and the title both made this sound like it would be a very fun read It was a book that I fail to see appealing to either adults or younger young adults Rating 2 stars.Audio Note This was narrated by Steve West I was not really a fan I m not quite sure why as his accen I ll keep this b...

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    You, like me, might scoff and roll your eyes at how this book is being compared to The Princess Bride It s understandable to be wary considering what a masterpiece The Princess Bride was, but that said, don t be This book isn t The Princess Bride but it s definitely written in the fashion of it and that s why I adored it so much This book isn t, at least to me, trying to be The Princess Bride but it instead...

  6. says:

    My opinion of this book wavered greatly while reading it It started off amusing, but sank almost to boredom around a third through Indeed, I let it sit for nearly a week and only cracked it open to retrieve my bookmark That point happened to be particularly engaging, though, with a few laugh out loud moments that pulled me back into the story.Indeed, that middle third is fantastic a great deal of fun, lots of good humor, and a kind of light absurdity you find in the best YA I lost myself ful My opinion of this book wav...

  7. says:

    2.5 I m torn on this one Basically good writing, but bogged down in an annoying romance that becomesandcentral to the plot as the book goes on The author cannot write women interestingly at all, and the plot is sadlyabout bland fairy rebellions than highwaymen It operates as total wish fulfilment fantasy on the part of the unremarkable main character who nonetheless does everything important ever, thinks of every plan, saves everybody, is the only active character, and ser 2.5 I m torn on this one Basically good writing, but bogged down in an annoying romance that becomesandcentral to the plot as the book goes on The author cannot write women interestingly at all, and the plot is sadlyabout bland fairy rebellions than highwaymen It operates as total wish fulfilment fantasy on the part of the unremarkable main character...

  8. says:

    Overall, I really liked the book I liked Kit and I liked that he remained honorable and all throughout the book I don t feel that we got to know a lot of the things that made him really unique, but I did like him and think of him fondly I felt that the story could have been developed a lotin certain places, especially as regarded the details of the fairy revolution and magical realms and rules, but I enjoyed reading it and feel it was a good yarn with a fine tone for the time period whi Overall, I really liked the book I liked Kit and I liked that he remained honorable and all throughout the book I don t feel that we got to know a lot of the things that made him really unique, but I did like him and think of him fondly I felt that the story could have been developed a lotin certain places, especially as regarded the details of the fairy revolution and magical realms and rules, but I enjoyed reading it and feel it was a good yarn with a fine tone for the time period while striking a fitting balance between gravity and humor I was concerned it might be too dark or violent, but I didn t think it was either well, I...

  9. says:

    I d seen this book in a little indie book store sometime last year and I thought the cover mine is black not red was so beautiful I loved the font and the title I loved everything about it So I had to get it right away And even though it sat on my shelf for months, I never really forgot about it A few months ago I read Rise Again by Ben Tripp and I really enjoyed so I had fairly high hopes for this book I assumed the writing style was going to be the same because why wouldn t I However, I d seen this book in a little indie book store sometime last year and I thought the cover mine is black not red was so beautiful I loved the font and the title I loved everything about it So I had to ...

  10. says:

    This was a very underwhelming book Not sure I ll bother with a review Perfect for 13 year olds but I wouldn t recommend it to anyone older A simplistic poet and characters and oh so boringly told I loved the narration though Rating 2.5 stars.

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