My first impressions of the book are that it caught my attention in the first couple of pages without revealing the entire story but discreetly mentioning her father and the scandal that happened with him.
Well, I disliked the time era of the book, which is 1800's England. To me, 1800's England is as interesting to me as that rock down the street. But I liked how Juliet became an independent woman so young at sixteen. The "mysterious" (well, not to me) scandal that rocked her life forced her to mature too quickly, but she took it without crying and freaking out like most sixteen year old girls do.
Mild Spoiler: #TeamMontgomery
By the way, it's Jose Espinoza
Really interesting. It was a bit difficult to get into, but once I did, it seemed great. I'm looking forward to reading it.
When I first started reading it, I found it really creepy, but I love how detailed it is! I am really interested in it, and the mystery has me hooked. I like it so far.
The book is really good so far. I can't want to find out what her father did that was so bad.
It was a weird beginning, hard to get into. She seems to be incredibly affected by her father incident, especially with her dreams.
The authos is very good at setting up scenes and situations. I like the way the the madmans daughter is written, however I feel that at some times the pacing of the story is a bit slow.
The book is getting good the further I read.
I don't know how I feel about this book, yet. But I understand her as a teenage girl myself. She should have fun and enjoy her youth not work,
I'm really liking this book. I enjoy the strong female main character and the way she interacts with those around her. The Victorian feel I get from it is amazing and I can't wait to read more
Its interesting and really caches my attention. This is exactly like what i had expected from this book. I hope it gets more interesting the further I get.
So far, the Madman's Daughter seems like a really good book. I like the Character's personality and so far the story line is going in a great direction. I think I will really like this book.
i kinda of like this book but what really interests me is when i realize this takes place during the time where people are discovering more about medicine and the human body so when they operate on the live bunny i find that really cool 8/10 juvenal: would read again
I like the book so far. I especially like the time period. I think it's interesting to set the book in this time period because it sheds light on how women were viewed as Juliet shows through her encounters so far with the boys. I think that so far Juliet seems smart and strong-minded. I look forward to reading more. I'm particularly interested in how she will deal with others when they find out about her father's scandal and her connection as his daughter.