The Charlatan's Boy

The Charlatan's Boy

A Novel

Book - 2010
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Grady knows nothing of his origins--he does not even have a last name--but as he and a huckster travel from one small, frontier town to another he poses one of the wild, ugly swamp beasts called feechies.
Publisher: Colorado Springs, Colo. : WaterBrook Press, 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780307458223
Branch Call Number: Fiction Rogers TEEN
Characteristics: 305 p. : map ; 21 cm

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Tabaqui
Nov 19, 2016

Really cute, honestly. I don't know why my library listed this as teen; I think it is appropriate for younger kids too. The ending was hilarious. I will be rereading The Bark of the Bog Owl soon to refresh my memory of the Feechiefen. The feechies are just so funny!

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BlankParchment
Dec 15, 2011

A delightful read as you follow Grady through Corenwald. With Floyd as his companion and also a type of gaurdian, adventures and mishaps are bound to happen. Jonathan Rogers has succeeded in creating a wonderful voice for Grady and a convincing world for the story to be played out in. And I loved the ending.

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