A Most Extraordinary Pursuit


      A Most Extraordinary Pursuit
Known for charming, original characters, a large dose of humor, and a plot that s fantastic fun, New York Times beststelling author Jennifer Ashley Juliana Gray presents an extraordinary novel of an uncommon pursuit As the personal secretary of the recently departed Duke of Olympia and a woman of good character Miss Emmeline Rose Truelove never expected to be steaming through the Mediterranean on a luxuriously appointed yacht under the watchful and jovial eye of one Lord Silverton But here they are, as improper as it is, on a quest to find the duke s heir, whereabouts unknown An expert on anachronisms, the adventurous Maximilian Haywood was last seen at an archaeological dig on the island of Crete And when Truelove and Silverton disembark, they are met with incidents of a violent nature a ransacked flat, a murdered government employee, an assassination attempt And as they steam from port to port on Max s trail, dodging danger at every turn, Truelove will discover the folly of her misconceptions about the whims of the heart, the desires of men, and the nature of time itself Free Download A Most Extraordinary Pursuit [ By ] Juliana Gray [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 430 pages
  • A Most Extraordinary Pursuit
  • Juliana Gray
  • English
  • 21 May 2018
  • 0425277070

10 thoughts on “ A Most Extraordinary Pursuit

  1. says:

    4,5 Stars This was a most enjoyable Edwardian escapade and so muchAnd all tied together by a superb and sophisticated writing smoothly propelling you along the pages like a summer breeze A quirky potpourri of diverse genres accompanying the reader from London to Crete, there s mystery, adventure, suspense, mythology, some paranormal undertones and an interesting collision of past, present and future to provide enough intriguing material for the following books.Miss Emmaline True...

  2. says:

    This book kind of defies convention, it s historical mystery, splash of romance, paranormal, and time travel It is also, most definitely, a starter book we get an introduction to characters and the arc here but you will be left withquestions than answers This is labeled as 1 in the series, although there is.5, which I was wishing I had read because for the first 20% of this, I felt hopelessly lost However, I m not sure there are elements from the.5 book that would help clue you in f This book kind of defies convention, it s historical...

  3. says:

    My review for A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray will be posted here at a later date Stay tuned.

  4. says:

    The duke has died and his heir is missing Emmeline is sent on an urgent mission to track him down and avoid disaster And accompanying her is Lord Silverton who I guess is a cad and a bounder, though with assassins on their trail he might just be the perfect man for the job If you ve read Just One Damned Thing After Another by Jodi Taylor or any of the many Tintin graphic novels you ll have a reasonably good idea of what to expect in this book It s not for everyone but I loved it It really w The duke has died and his heir is missing Emmeline is sent on an urgent mission to track him down and avoid disaster And accompanying her is Lord Silverton who I guess is a cad and a bounder, though with assassins on their trail he might just be the perfect man for the job If y...

  5. says:

    Well That was all a bit odd.Like no other Juliana Gray book, this was a mixture of road story, sorta love story but not , time travelling and high fantasy of a type I haven t come across since Andrew Lang s opium dream of a book The World s Desire All crossed with a dash of Noel Coward s Blithe Spirit Much to my surprise since the prequel The Duke of Olympia Meets His Match was one of my top books of 2016 , I didn t enjoy this Partly that s down to the bizarre combination of genres but m Well That was all a bit odd.Like no other Juliana Gray book, this was a mixture of road story, sorta love story but not , time travelling and high fantasy of a type I haven t come across since Andrew Lang s opium dream of a book The World s Desire All crossed with a dash of Noel Coward s Blithe Spirit Much to my surprise since the prequel The Duke of Olympia Meets His Match was one of my top books of 2016 , I didn t enjoy this Partly that s down to the bizarre combination of genres but mainly it s because I felt no connection to any of the characters Apart from Queen Victoria, who...

  6. says:

    3.5 5 stars Contains mild spoilers I received an ARC e book of A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray through Penguin Random House s First To Read I m really excited that I got a chance to read this book prior to its release in October 2016 Before receiving this book, I had never heard of Juliana Gray Little did I know, Juliana Gray is a pseudonym for New York Times bestselling author Beatriz Williams, the author of Along the Infinite Sea, Tiny Little Thing, The Secret Life of Viole 3.5 5 stars Contains mild spoilers I received an ARC e book of A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray through Penguin Random House s First To Read I m really excited that I got a chance to read this book prior to its release in October 2016 Before receiving this book, I had never hea...

  7. says:

    I ve given this a B at AAR.Having previously enjoyed Juliana Gray s historical romances, I was intrigued when I learned she would be venturing into the sub genre of historical mysteries with her latest series It is connected to her Princess in Hiding books by virtue of the fact that the plot of A Most Extraordinary Pursuit revolves around the search for the new Duke of Olympia and that the son of the Duke of Ashland How to Tame Your Duke , Freddie, Lord Silverton, is one of the protagonists I I ve given this a B at AAR.Having previously enjoyed Juliana Gray s historical romances, I was intrigued when I learned she would be venturing into the sub genre of historical mysteries with her latest series It is connected to her Princess in Hiding books by virtue of the fact that the plot of A Most Extraordinary Pursuit revolves around the search for the new Duk...

  8. says:

    So, I somehow managed to really enjoy this, while simultaneously feeling like the balance was somehow off.To start, this book was not the book I thought it was going to be I think I thought it was going to beof a cozy mystery set on a yacht The cover sends off some serious cozy mystery vibes And the description is all kinds of misleading Except that it s also very accurate Basically, this is a really weird book in reality It s a big mishmash of historical romance, mystery adventure s So, I somehow managed to really enjoy this, while s...

  9. says:

    I m torn because half me keeps saying, It was fine, fine Just let it go with two stars Or at most a star and a half It cannot help you not liking it But theI think about it, theirritated I feel It should have beenthan fine All the technical plot points are there to make an exciting, fun adventure story along the lines of my favorite historical mysteries Yet it falls quite short It is formally fine, but emotionally dead The problems are twofold annoying characters and I m torn because half me keeps saying, It was fine, fine Just let it go with two stars Or at most a star and a half It cannot help you not liking it But theI think about it, theirritated I feel It should have beenthan fine All the technical plot points are there to make an exciting, fun adventure story along the lines of my favorite historical mysteries Yet it falls quite short It is formally fine, but emotionally dead The problems are twofold annoying characters and unclear plotting Emmeline Trueblood has a stick so far up her butt I am surprised she can even move She s a sourpuss who demonstrates all of two reactions at any given moment seasickness or judgment Now, these are not things I would normally call a character out on I like judgmental, cranky characters But she seriously walks around acting like someone peed in her cheerios and I just ne...

  10. says:

    Quirky, unpredictable, and totally enjoyable read with lots of witty repartee It defies normal classifications and has tons of surprises.

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