Book Review: The Bagman

The Bagman
( Abigail Cobble #1)
By: Rachel Rippon
306 pages
Genre: Fantasy/YA
Publisher: Amazon
Publication Date: June 2013

* I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.


In the midst of the Second World War, Abigail is deposited at St Winifred's Orphanage for Willful, Wayward and Wicked Children. As soon as she arrives, Abigail is warned of the Bagman and what will happen if she misbehaves. But Abigail is too busy trying to escape to listen. Her estranged twin, Tabitha, is close by and Abigail has to find her before their 16th birthdays. Besides, she doesn't believe in the Bagman.
He believes in her though. Appearing when she least expects it; he asks her to play his Game. He will give her seven wishes to be used in seven days. But the Game is not as easy as Abigail supposes, and the wishes not as nice…
Soon, Abigail is getting exactly what she wished for. And the effects are catastrophic.

My Thoughts:

An exciting YA fantasy that is suitable for adults. The book had a spunky heroine and a deliciously evil villian. I look forward to reading the next installment. It's a...

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