Jack of All Trades

Jack of All Trades When Jack Bywater moves to the small town of Tolchester he doesn t expect to stay long A curse is following him and he doesn t want to know what will happen if it catches up Tolchester isn t like mo

  • Title: Jack of All Trades
  • Author: K.C. Shaw
  • ISBN: 1771150238
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Jack Bywater moves to the small town of Tolchester, he doesn t expect to stay long A curse is following him, and he doesn t want to know what will happen if it catches up.Tolchester isn t like most towns, though Soon Jack and his pet dragon Pepper are mixed up in the search for a magical artifact and they re not the only ones searching Jack must outwit wasp men andWhen Jack Bywater moves to the small town of Tolchester, he doesn t expect to stay long A curse is following him, and he doesn t want to know what will happen if it catches up.Tolchester isn t like most towns, though Soon Jack and his pet dragon Pepper are mixed up in the search for a magical artifact and they re not the only ones searching Jack must outwit wasp men and fairies, angry ghosts and cross neighbors, all while working as an odd jobs man.Then Jack falls in love Suddenly, he doesn t want to leave Tolchester at all even if it means facing his curse.

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    About “K.C. Shaw

    • K.C. Shaw

      K.C Shaw lives in East Tennessee and writes fantasy She likes to swashbuckle occasionally.



    829 thoughts on “Jack of All Trades

    • Jack of All Trades is a most wonderful fantasy tale set in Merry Olde England.God, I love this book. I've read many fantastic books this year including Unwind by Neil Shusterman, Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev, Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson, and The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan to name a few. These are the books I couldn't put down, the ones that made me wish my favourite tv show would end or would pull me away from the internet, the ones I had to finish and when I did, I re [...]


    • I read this book after "Weaver's Shroud," and I continue to be impressed with K.C. Shaw's imagination and writing skill. It is hard to believe she only has two books published! This is a delightful book, and like "Weaver's Shroud," it is clear that K.C. Shaw is willing to do the research necessary to make her characters and their stories as authentic as possible. These are not the tales of kings and queens and noblemen, but exciting stories about humble, everyday people trying to make a living i [...]


    • Thoroughly enjoyable read from end-to-end Jack Bywater is (as the title implies) a man who can do a little bit of everything. He's also a man running from a curse with an adorable, clever and extremely protective dragon named Pepper. He's content with his life, curse and all, mostly because he's got Pepper. After all, what more could a man want than a loyal, lovable dragon. And then along comes Helen-the girl of his dreams-and suddenly life on the run seems terribly unfair. Wizards and fairies, [...]


    • A delightful and engaging tale. I encouraged my daughter to read it and she did not want the tale to end. This author is a clever weaver of magic.




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