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The Contrary Tale of the Butterfly Girl by Ishbelle Bee

The Contrary Tale of the Butterfly Girl

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The Contrary Tale of the Butterfly Girl by Ishbelle Bee
Aug 04, 2015 | ISBN 9780857664457
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“This book is such a cacophony of prose, eccentricity and delight.”
– Black Tea & Milk

“The characters and instances are brilliant and the scenes rendered in flawless fashion.”
– Koeur’s Book Reviews

“Well, Ishbelle Bee has done it again. After my wonderful experience reading The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath (I can truly only describe reading it as an experience), I was anxious to see where Bee was going to take both her characters and us, the reader, and I am tickled by the result.”
– From My Bookshelf

“The writing continues to have a lovely lyrical quality to it, even when she’s writing descriptions of a massacre.”
– Bellsiebooks

“If you haven’t come across this series yet, you’ll be doing yourself a favour to seek it out – I can guarantee you won’t have read anything quite like it!”
– The Bookshelf Gargoyle

“The Contrary Tale of the Butterfly Girl
 is an action packed, hilariously horrific, engrossing story that I could not put down – I loved it!”
– Views & Reviews

“The closest I think I can come to describe it is to think of Roald Dahl at his darkest, Alice in Wonderland, Hilaire Belloc and a bit of The League of Gentlemen all mixed together with cakes and body parts in a kaleidoscope. It’s the most colourful, inventive and fun novel I’ve read for a long time.”
– Hair Past a Freckle

“The second in the Peculiar Adventures of John Loveheart, Esq. series. If you recall, I could not rave enough about the first novel this summer. The second in the series did not disappoint. These novels are seriously fantastic in their disturbing glory.”
– Bookworm in the Stars

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