Synopses & Reviews
With the plague of bogles in Victorian London barely contained, bogle hunter Alfred Bunce needs all the help he can get. So Ned Roach becomes a boglerandrsquo;s apprentice, luring child-eating monsters from their lairs just like his friends Jem and Birdie. Itandrsquo;s dangerous work that takes Ned into mysterious and hidden parts of the city. Yet times in London are changing; as the machine age emerges, the very existence of bogles is questioned, and the future of bogling is in jeopardy. And the stakes get even higher for the team of boglers when an old enemy appearsandmdash;a threat that may be deadlier than any bogle.
andquot;Well paced and with details and dialogue that transport readers to the streets (and sewers) of Victorian London, there is much to enjoy in this excellent adventure series.andquot;
andmdash;School Library Journal
CYNTHIA VOIGT is the acclaimed author of many books, including Dicey's Song, winner of the Newbery Medal; A Solitary Blue, winner of a Newbery Honor; and Homecoming. For the body of her work, Cynthia Voigt was honored with the Margaret A. Edwards Award for Outstanding Literature for Young Adults. She lives with her husband in Maine.
The adventures continue for the youngand#160;assistants toand#160;the best monster catcher in Victorian London! In this exciting conclusion to theand#160;trilogy begun with How to Catch a Bogle, Ned becomes a boglerandrsquo;s apprentice as London seeks to banish itsand#160;bogle infestation once and for all.