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One of our four heroines, Katrynn’s older sister
One of our four heroines, Emalynn’s younger sister
One of our four heroines, a farm girl from Eldalind
One of our four heroines, an not-so-aristocratic girl
Master & Mistress Busby of Cape Cove
A gullible stable boy
Lady Clarice Brython
Brittainy’s mother, a very sensitive woman
Flora, Lareena, & Karle
Young ladies and gentlemen who love to party
Lady Betha & Lady Theodora
Old gossipy ladies
Mrs. Caryll Smithson, P.C.
‘Para-Security Liaison’ police officer
Unofficial Textile Guild and Assassin’s Guild liaison
Master Francis O’Shore
Master of History
Headmaster Felix Amarost
Assassin’s Academy Headmaster
Brittainy’s noble father, a very jolly man
Martin & Annie Fieldman
Danny, Marchien, Nate, Suzy, Ethan, & Lil’ Jo Fieldman
Chrystyna’s younger siblings
Master Creighton & Mistress Jane of Marble Vale
A Cleric informant who may be more than meets the eye
An upset fisherman
Madame Esmerelda, Anne, & Others
Lower House Tea Party guests
Simon & Norah
Two of Duchess Trevayne’s servants
Potential target of the Assassin’s Guild
Wife of Lord Sadon
Lord Barto Sadon (dec.) & Lady Grynetha
Lord Sadon’s younger brother (now deceased) and sister-in-law
Lady Dynell & Lord Holda Armines
Lord Sadon’s youngest sister and brother-in-law
Taryth Sadon: Guildmaster of the Textile Guild
Lord Barto & Lady Grynetha’s son, Lord Sadon’s nephew
Assistant Master of the Textile Guild
Lady Nessa Sadon
Lord Sadon’s younger sister, spinster
A noble lady with connections to the Assassin’s Guild
Assassin’s Life Instructor
Master of Mathematics
Mistress of Science
Master of Physical Education
Raz & Jed
Master & Mistress Romayan
Emalynn’s and Katrynn’s parents
Brittainy’s annoying younger cousin
Brittainy’s dissolute older brother
The Cloakroom Boy
Assassin’s Academy Secretary
Lester, Ricky, & Ned
Naught First Year classmates
ram123: Beautifully written novel, engrossing from start to finish. Great story, clever and imaginative adventure of two young sisters in Victorian England. Story moved at a quick pace .Looking forward to the second book. Congratulations to the author I predict that this will be a very successful series.
Roger A. Fauble: Excellent read, the only thing not to like is that I could only read it at home on my computer. I'm a character reader, I get into the characters, their story, who/what they are. In this story characters are introduced and developed allowing you to really get into them. Next the story is develop...
_JosephJacobson_: I don't understand why this has such low ratings. I really enjoyed it!I think that the whole idea behind the plot had something very special and that was something that I really enjoyed. It was new, unique. I think that some of the writing was a little strange in places but overall it made sense ...
Sammi Chan: THIS WAS AMAZING!!! My favorite part of this story was the slow build of Merlin and Arthur's relationship. Their relationship was rlly nicely fleshed out and so good :) The way that you handled the magic reveal was super enjoyable. I rlly liked the switching POVs. Good!Mordred was cute and I'm rl...
Ashley Stryker: So I'm writing this review, keeping in mind that this is a work in progress and it's part of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), so my "deeper" critiques will be saved until it's all finished up.+ Chapter One: A stewardess would not talk to anyone quite like that, particularly a clear minor...
MegaRogueLegend666: I love this story so much. It's impossible to describe my excitement with each new chapter in words. The author has such a good writing style, very good descriptions of the fighting and character descriptions/emotions. the plot is also amazing! This fanfic could be a side anime show or novel ......
Hawkebat: Playing both Kotor I & II and Swtor I found the story line interesting and it held me until chapter 35 Very good story and plot flow until then, very few technical errors. I felt that the main character was a bit under and over powered, as it fought for balance. The last few chapters felt too f...
: This is a very interesting book - mostly because the heroine is quite charming and well rounded, and has very real issues to manage in her life. Most of all,. I loved the view inside of the life of a South Asian girl/woman, the emotional self-talk, the customs and preferences, the expectations a...
FreakyPoet: "you made me laugh, made me cry, both are hard to do. I spent most of the night reading your story, captivated. This is why you get full stars from me. Thanks for the great story!"
Sara Joy Bailey: "Full of depth and life. The plot was thrilling. The author's style flows naturally and the reader can easily slip into the pages of the story. Very well done."