The Mark of the Golden Dragon

The Mark of the Golden Dragon

Being An Account of the Further Adventures of Jacky Faber, Jewel of the East, Vexation of the West, and Pearl of the South China Sea

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In 1807, having survived a typhoon in the East Indies, Jacky Faber makes her way to London to seek a pardon for herself and her betrothed, Jaimy Fletcher, who, posing as a highwayman, is trying to avenge her supposed death.
Publisher: Boston : Harcourt, 2011.
ISBN: 9780547517643
0547517645
Characteristics: 378 p. ;,22 cm.

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SuperRGK
Aug 09, 2012

Love these books,Totally recommend people to read this series.
was a bit disappointed that this one wasn't as thick as the other ones but still is a great read. Chomping on the bit for the next one coming out in October 2012.

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billybee11
Jul 09, 2012

such a good book.I feel so bad for Jaimy!Hope theres another book

feedtheflameforfacts Dec 17, 2011

Once again, Meyer weaves another clever story of Jacky Faber. Although this novel contained a bit less of violence and action that the previous books, it makes up for it in Jacky's cleverness and the characterizaton of her friends. Cannot wait for the next novel in the series!

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buzzybee
Dec 15, 2011

Wow! Meyer always manages to captivate readers with his books and this one is no excepton. Just as good as the rest and I would definitely recommend continuing the series to those that have read the first 8 books.

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Nov 30, 2012

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Aug 05, 2012

felix990302 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 15

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buzzybee
Dec 15, 2011

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iceman95129
Aug 18, 2012

While in the Indian Ocean with in the company of Faber Shipping Worldwide, Jacky is suddenly swept overboard in a typhoon. She survives the encounter and heads back to England, hoping to receive a pardon for herself and Lt. Jaimy Fletcher, who is avenging her alleged death.

whiteshadow13 Mar 28, 2012

In 1807, having survived a typhoon in the East Indies, Jacky Faber makes her way to London to seek a pardon for herself and her betrothed, Jaimy Fletcher, who, posing as a highwayman, is trying to avenge her supposed death.

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iceman95129
Aug 18, 2012

"At least my raging mind calmed, my demons silenced."

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