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An adorable, traditional Scarlet Pimpernel Everything looks bleak until that wonderful hero shows up to save the day Of course, like all of Percy s adventures, this was highly engaging and pleasing to read, but with a twist of an avid fangirl of the Scarlet Pimpernel being the main heroine I enjoyed how she grew from being obsessed with our historical superhero to seeing and loving the heroism of those around her, particularly her adoring friend Maurice It would be nice to not always see some unusually tall, large, ugly yet highly amusing man and realize Oh, that s Percy in disguise but then, if that were Of course, like all of Percy s adventures, this was highly engaging and pleasing to read, but with a twist of an avid fangirl of the Scarlet Pimpernel being the main heroine I enjoyed how she grew from being obsessed with our historical superhero to seeing and loving the heroism of those around her, particularly her adoring friend Maurice It would be nice to not always see some unusually tall, large, ugly yet highly amusing man and realize Oh, that s Percy in disguise but then, if that were the case, it wouldn t be a Scarlet Pimpernel adventure Actual rating 4.5 stars They seek him here, they seek him there Those Frenchies seek him everywhere Is he in heaven or is he in hell That demned elusive Pimpernel.This is what the 10th Scarlet Pimpernel s book I read And I still get caught by surprise by the twist, turns, intrigues and final resolution.In this regard, I feel very much like Chauvelin, I m so sure to have understood everything just to discover that it wasn t as I first thought.So top hats off to the baroness Orczy for a boo Actual rating 4.5 stars They seek him here, they seek him there Those Frenchies seek him everywhere Is he in heaven or is he in hell That demned elusive Pimpernel.This is what the 10th Scarlet Pimpernel s book I read And I still get caught by surprise by the twist, turns, intrigues and final resolution.In this regard, I feel very much like Chauvelin, I m so sure to have understood everything just to discover that it wasn t as I first thought.So top hats off to the baroness Orczy for a book that is still enjoyable today as it was then, and to the Scarlet Pimpernel one most swoon worthy and gallant heroes of all times There had never been but one in this world who had compassion for the whole of humanity, and humanity repaid Him by nailing Him to a cross ( Free E-pub ) ⚖ The Way of the Scarlet Pimpernel ☥ One of the best Pimpernel novels, this is the story of a daring Pimpernel rescue told from the viewpoint of a rescuee An innocent young woman and those she loves are singled out by the League for saving But Chauvelin is on the trail, and things get complicated Will she reach England in safety Can Chauvelin really convince others that HE is the Pimpernel Does Sir Percy make Chauvelin choke on his soup for a second time This was one of my favorites of the Pimpernel series yet Not much in the way of plot twists if you are familiar with Pimpernel it is all a bit predictable at this point However, the writing is still very clever and vivid, and so very entertaining Most of the characters are people that I hate, both the bad and good guys they all act like spoiled brats to me The Scarlet Pimpernel, however, is always endearing. A fun continuation of the Scarlet Pimpernel story, but it also has major drawbacks First of all, none of the original characters Except the Pimpernel, who is not really seen much, and doesn t portray Percy Blakeney at all appear in this story The story is entertaining, and I liked the female protagonistthan I liked Marguerite Blakeney, but there are an awful lot of exclamation points in the book, and a lot of drama and not the good kind. Not as much fun as the first one, but still really enjoyable Again, I m surprised by how these read as if they were written this year It started off slow, but picked up around the middle I was struck this time by how horrible life must have been for most people living in France during the Revolution, how uncertain and full of fear their lives must have been Can t wait to read the next one. This wasn t my favourite Pimpernel book, but it was still enjoyable Some things about the story just didn t work as well for me as the others. Once again, Sir Percy and his band confound their foes with fiendishly clever schemes, good humour and exquisite manners.