The Charlatan’s Boy


Spoiler Alert!!!!

I read The Charlatan’s Boy and it was really incredible.  I liked how he didn’t spell things the right way, it made me laugh pretty hard.  And it turns out that his parents were looking for him the whole time that he felt alone.  Floyd wasn’t the best of guardians,  I think he was doing what he felt was best for himself and not really taking into account that he had a young boy that he should have been teaching how to read and write instead of cheating people out of their money.  Even after everything that Floyd did to the young boy Grady, he still stuck with him.    Grady didn’t want to feel alone and he felt it was better to be with Floyd than without him.  After all its hard to change the life you’ve always known.    I enjoyed it and would definately recomend it to anyone that asked about it.



In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

If you would like to read more about Grady and Floyd you can do so here : Charlatans boy  or if you would like to buy Jonathan Rogers book you can do so here at Amazon.com

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4 responses to “The Charlatan’s Boy

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