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Anyone But Ivy Pocket by Caleb Krisp

on August 17, 2015

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Anyone But Ivy Pocket by Caleb Krisp

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Ivy Pocket is a twelve year old maid who finds herself in the service of the elderly Countess Carbunkle in Paris. However, the two don’t quite see eye to eye and when the Countess flees as far as she can from her to South America , Ivy is left penniless and without a job. Then, out of the blue, Ivy is summoned by the bedridden and dying Duchess of Trinity and asked to carry out a secret mission – she must deliver the priceless Clock Diamond to Matilda Butterfield in England and present it to Matilda at her 12th birthday ball.

It sounds simple to Ivy and in return she will receive £500 – more money than she can imagine. However, what she doesn’t realise is that people will do anything for the diamond. Even kill.

Anyone But Ivy Pocket is a hilarious tale that had me laughing so much her character just fab She leaves a trail of mayhem and destruction wherever she goes, although she can never understand why people seem get angry with her the looks she gave people is just fab It is an action packed, fast paced book that will have you laughing from start to finish

Ivy Pocket is a fantastic character she is positively overflowing with confidence. A lot of this is bravado, as you learn more about Ivy it’s clear that this persona is part of her armour.I loved her character was a maid she was so good at it to as you will see you will just love her so much

I hope that there might be more adventures from Ivy Pocket to come as i loved this one



One response to “Anyone But Ivy Pocket by Caleb Krisp

  1. Suze says:

    Great review, it sounds like a wonderful book!

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