The Mapmaker's Apprentice

The Mapmaker's Apprentice

C.J. Archer / May 20, 2019

The Mapmaker s Apprentice When an apprentice from the Mapmakers Guild goes missing Matt and India are employed to find him Going undercover as a married couple they discover that not everyone at the guild is what they seem

  • Title: The Mapmaker's Apprentice
  • Author: C.J. Archer
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  • Page: 363
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  • When an apprentice from the Mapmakers Guild goes missing, Matt and India are employed to find him Going undercover as a married couple, they discover that not everyone at the guild is what they seem, and the lad s unearthly maps caused jealousy, suspicion and fear With one of the apprentice s magic maps in their possession, India and Matt must use their wits and India sWhen an apprentice from the Mapmakers Guild goes missing, Matt and India are employed to find him Going undercover as a married couple, they discover that not everyone at the guild is what they seem, and the lad s unearthly maps caused jealousy, suspicion and fear With one of the apprentice s magic maps in their possession, India and Matt must use their wits and India s fledgling, untried magic to find him But the they investigate, the sinister plots they uncover, including a link between the Mapmakers and Watchmakers Guilds, and an ancient magical treasure buried beneath the streets of London As the net of suspicion widens and enemies draw closer, it s not just the apprentice s life that s in danger, but Matt s too Someone will go to great lengths to prevent him discovering the name of the man who can fix the watch keeping him alive Great lengths indeed.

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        C.J Archer has loved history and books for as long as she can remember and feels fortunate that she found a way to combine the two She spent her early childhood in the dramatic beauty of outback Queensland, Australia, but now lives in suburban Melbourne with her husband, two children and a mischievous black white cat named Coco.While she has written historical romance in the past, she now writes exclusively in the historical fantasy genre with a large dose of romance She has several series which occur in the same Victorian era world Each series can be read alone, but it s fun to start at the beginning with THE EMILY CHAMBERS SPIRIT MEDIUM TRILOGY Follow that up with all 9 FREAK HOUSE books, then the MINISTRY OF CURIOSITIES series GLASS AND STEELE, her newest series, is set in an entirely different alternate Victorian London.Subscribe to C.J s newsletter through her website to be notified when she releases a new book, as well as get access to exclusive content and subscriber only giveaways Her website also contains up to date details on all her books cjarcher She loves to hear from readers You can contact her through email cj cjarcher or follow her on social media to get the latest updates on her books Facebook facebook CJArcherAuthorPage Twitter twitter cj_archerTumblr freakhouseresidents.tumblrInstagram instagram authorcjarcPinterest pinterest cjarcher author show


    990 Comments

    1. Stop at one, or noneThe first book was interesting, if a bit slow and anticlimactic. This second book is just absurd. Glass and his crew are supposed to be fantastic at infiltrating criminal gangs but I truly think they're more like five year olds. The plot is silly, they're unprofessional and make ridiculous mistakes. There might as well be nothing new in this book about India's magic because what we do learn is minuscule and really gives any further understanding of the magic in this world. I' [...]


    2. “The Mapmaker’s Apprentice” is book two in the Glass and Steele series. Picking up where book one left off, Mr. Glass is still in search of the watchmaker who made his special watch. But this cast of quirky characters are in for another adventure as an intriguing new mystery arises.When an apprentice from the Mapmakers’ Guild goes missing, Matt and India are employed to find him. Going undercover as a married couple, they discover that not everyone at the guild is what they seem, and the [...]


    3. Books that lead to gluttonyThis series is great that I metaphorically gorge on each one as it appears. A motley crew of well drawn characters who reveal new facets over time. A self contained mystery in each one with a life or death quest running through the entire series. It is a pleasure to read something so beautifully written and engaging.


    4. I'm completely taken with this series so far. I can't even put into words how much I love these characters. All of them, but Willie is without a doubt my favorite. Anyone who knows me and reads this story will know exactly why.I did hope to see a little more development with Indie in this book, and this book didn't pack quite as big as a punch as its predecessor. Knowing there are two more books to read, as well as, at least a fifth in the making, I do understand the steady pace of the overall s [...]


    5. This series has everything I like, it is set in Victorian England, has mystery, magic, romance and colorful characters! Mr. Glas and Miss Steel continue to work together as a team to find a watchmaker, and then Mr. Glass is given a special missing persons job, by Captain Minroe which complicates things. Great read!


    6. Quick read, a bit less brilliant compared to the first instalment I would say, mostly because I'm starting to sense a pattern on how things develop. All in all, I can say I always find myself quite surprised at the little twists in the story, which are usually represented by India's intuitions, and that's definitely a good thing, but there are no big twists or dramatic showdowns. Still, entertaining read. But I am starting to get annoyed that nothing 'concrete' is happening between Glass and Ste [...]


    7. Love thisThis is the second book in the Glass and Steele series and sees a development of the relationships established in the first book.It would certainly be better to read book 1 first if you can although this could stand alone, albeit with spoilers for book 1.The story is that Glass and Steele are asked to undertake a search for a missing mapmakers apprentice. The search takes them the streets of London and leads them into difficult and dangerous situations. They also find out more about the [...]


    8. I read others reviews and some of them feel that the second installment in the series was too predictable.It may have been written in a rather formulaic way, but the intricacies of the twist in the book made it worth the read. I really enjoyed the continued development of the characters. I gave it a 5-star rating rather than 4 based on the fact that I found it so enjoyable to read.A book does not always have to be riveting to maintain your attention. I look forward to reading the next in the ser [...]


    9. I did not enjoy this book in the series as much as the first one. It was still a pretty good read. The author seemed to have inconsistencies with the main characters. Glass makes an obvious deduction (where the other characters agree with this deduction) and then a couple of chapters later he is made to play dumb and forget the aforementioned deduction. I felt like the author made the characters conveniently forget so the story could go in a certain direction. The book was good, but dumbing down [...]


    10. I' m completely addicted to these books. I am now a fan and will have to buy all the books. The characters are very well developed and I can't wait to see if matt is developing feelings for India or not. He better be. And will they ever find chronos? I can't imagine that they won't. There has to be a happy ending,no one wants to read a book that terribly sad and to close to the actual heartache that life and in this case death would bring. But how will they find him and what adventures will they [...]


    11. 2.5 starsThis series has all the things I love but for some reason, I just can't get into it. The writing is fine, the plot and world building are fine I guess I just find everything sort of unoriginal. For me everything is just ok. If it sounds like something you might be interested in then please read it and just ignore my opinion. You may end up loving it.At this point I'm not sure I will continue on with the series. Probably not.


    12. Such a fun easy read I inhaled it and have already purchased the third. The second instalment still holds the mix of fantasy, history, mystery and humour of the first, the characters are delightfully intriguing and the dialogue such fun that you can’t help but smile. It’s clear that the on going narrative threads are being drawn out to extend the series (just let India and Matt get together already!) but I’ll happily overlook that as this series is such a feel good escape from reality. Nex [...]


    13. Another enjoyable entryAnother decent tale, though the glaring line edits make this second outing with Matt and India more jarring than their debut. Can't stress enough the importance of the copy edit. It easily elevates the final manuscript above the average.Also, there's slow burn, and then there's whatever is happening here. I still want to see how the story progresses, damn it so I'll suffer another round.


    14. This was probably 4 1/2 stars for me. I loved the story and the characters. This is a historical mystery with a touch of magic thrown in for good measure. The narrator was very good but it took some getting used to since the first book in this series had a different narrator. It was read by Marian Hussey.


    15. CJ Archer has created a pair of interesting characters in India and Matt. The romantic tension is spun along nicely without getting in the way of the main detective style story. She has managed to carry the primary tale of Matt's illness while still weaving neatly the plot of each book in the series. Nothing extraordinary, but nice and interesting.


    16. The second book in the Glass and Steele series. The year is 1890. The place is London. Glass and Steele team up to find a Mapmaker's Apprentice who is thought to have been kidnapped. A good read with some mighty fine if not unusual cast of characters. Lots of mystery and a touch of romance with a dusting of magic makes for a fun read


    17. it was an easy read and I like the chemistry between the main characters. the side characters mostly have nothing to do though, and despite the gang's reputation, they do really stupid things without thinking. that grated on my nerves.


    18. I couldn't wait to read this!!As much as I loved the first book, this one was even better! The mystery keeps you guessing and hints of romance are just enough of a tease that I'm still rooting for the main couple.


    19. I enjoyed the narrator on this second novel more than the first. Her accents for the various characters were distinct from each other and were consistent throughout the novel. I'm looking forward to listening to the third one.


    20. I found this book completely engrossing, as I did the other books in this series. I find it hard to put down. The characters are all so entertaining, and the plot is great. The description of the map makes me want one. There's nothing bad I can say about this book.


    21. Book 2 is just as delightful as book 1. The story continues, our hope of love continues and the satisfying dip into Victorian England is wholly present. Worth continuing in the series.





    22. A Continuing EnjoymentAs the characters continue their adventures, I've enjoyed the writing style. I'm hoping the third installment stays just as well paced!


    23. awesome readI loved this book. It is a mystery, adventure, fantasy and romance all in 1. I can't wait to read the next book!




    24. Great mysteryI love the suspense of the story. The interactive char a test is wonderful this series is great! I high recommend it!


    25. I always thoroughly enjoy Archer's works. India is clever, strong and fiercely feminine. Following her story, and watch g her grow as a person makes this one of my favorite new series to read.


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