History Literature / BloodyJack

26th Apr '18 9:08:29 PM Eoppen
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** There are quite a few details that do not ring true to those familiar with daily life in this time. Jacky herself has some anachronistic notions, but that can be explained by her dual role.
9th Apr '18 6:47:57 PM Malady
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** Recurring character [[TheMonkees David Jones]] (Or perhaps, to his locker...)

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** Recurring character [[TheMonkees [[Music/TheMonkees David Jones]] (Or perhaps, to his locker...)
5th Apr '18 9:18:34 AM rjd1922
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The series is a must-read for anyone who likes historical fiction, adventure, pirates, and genuine plucky heroines. The story is fast-paced and fun to read, but not simplistic in the least--to fully describe the plot would make this page longer than MomentOfAwesome. But feel free to break the cast down by trope with the [[Characters/BloodyJack Character Sheet]]

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The series is a must-read for anyone who likes historical fiction, adventure, pirates, and genuine plucky heroines. The story is fast-paced and fun to read, but not simplistic in the least--to fully describe the plot would make this page longer than MomentOfAwesome. But feel free to break the cast down by trope with the [[Characters/BloodyJack Character Sheet]]Sheet]].

[[JustForFun/IThoughtThatWas Not related to]] ''Manga/ViolenceJack'' in any way, shape, or form.
2nd Feb '18 11:31:16 PM GeorgeT-SLC
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** Meyer's tendency to make public announcements in-character as Jacky came to a heartbreaking conclusion when Jacky announced [[AuthorExistenceFailure Meyer's death]] to fan's via social media.

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** Meyer's tendency to make public announcements in-character as Jacky came to a heartbreaking conclusion when Jacky announced [[AuthorExistenceFailure Meyer's death]] to fan's fans via social media.
23rd Dec '17 8:24:19 AM akador
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* ChekhovsGun [[spoiler: Ophelia Dress]] Introduced in book 2 and fired in book 12.

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* ChekhovsGun [[spoiler: Ophelia Cordelia Dress]] Introduced in book 2 and fired in book 12.
28th Aug '17 6:57:48 PM wingedcatgirl
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* YoYoPlotPoint: Jackie's run-ins with the law, [[VirginTension assaults on her virtue]], and the WillTheyOrWontThey between her and Jaimy are re-hashed virtually every book.

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* YoYoPlotPoint: Jackie's run-ins with the law, [[VirginTension assaults on her virtue]], and the WillTheyOrWontThey between her and Jaimy are re-hashed virtually every book. \n\n----\n\n<<|{{Literature}}|>>
24th Jan '17 5:54:15 PM nombretomado
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** Ric's Café Americano is an obvious reference to Rick's Café Americain from {{Casablanca}}.

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** Ric's Café Americano is an obvious reference to Rick's Café Americain from {{Casablanca}}.''Film/{{Casablanca}}''.
16th Jan '17 4:03:40 AM Doug86
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When an unexpected tragedy forces her to leave her old gang, Mary Faber dons boys' clothes, takes the name "Jack," and joins the Royal Navy as a ship's boy. It's risky, but it certainly beats the bleak prospects of an orphan girl on the streets of London in 1803 . From there, she goes on numerous adventures all over Europe, America, and the open sea, makes unlikely friends, and falls in love... but even when everything seems perfect, trouble always manages to find her.

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When an unexpected tragedy forces her to leave her old gang, Mary Faber dons boys' clothes, takes the name "Jack," and joins the Royal Navy as a ship's boy. It's risky, but it certainly beats the bleak prospects of an orphan girl on the streets of London in 1803 .1803. From there, she goes on numerous adventures all over Europe, America, and the open sea, makes unlikely friends, and falls in love... but even when everything seems perfect, trouble always manages to find her.
20th Nov '16 9:13:39 AM Morgenthaler
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** Dr. Stephen Sebastian is [[AubreyMaturin an insect-collecting naval surgeon with ties to British intelligence.]]

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** Dr. Stephen Sebastian is [[AubreyMaturin [[Literature/AubreyMaturin an insect-collecting naval surgeon with ties to British intelligence.]]
22nd Aug '16 8:20:18 PM Malady
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* PlatonicProstitution: As the protagonist is a SweetPollyOliver in her early teens who hasn't had any older female confidantes in the past few years, she winds up hiring a prostitute once she's on shore leave to fill her in on what is going on with her body (because of course, she can't ask the ship's surgeon).
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