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The Boy Who Knew Everything Here is the long awaited companion to The Girl Who Could FlyThere is a prophecyIt speaks of a girl who can fly and a boy who knows everything The prophecy says that they have the power to bring about great changeThe boy is Conrad Harrington III The girl is Piper McCloud They need their talents now than ever if they are to save the world—and themselves



10 thoughts on “The Boy Who Knew Everything

  1. says:

    This review is also available on my blog Read Till DawnI really really really loved The Boy Who Knew Everything's preuel The Girl Who Could Fly my review here I spent years desperately waiting for a seuel and when I discovered a few months ago that it was finally happening I literally started jumping around suealing I was so excitedComing out of The Boy Who Knew Everything I'm a lot less elatedI mean


  2. says:

    A worthy companion to the Girl Who Could Fly The friendship between the two is very special full of warmth and adventure this fantasy is also set very strongly in the real world giving it strength and a feeling of reality as it brings in many other characters that one feels they know the full person of each one making this novel a joy to read


  3. says:

    I'd much rather we not talk about how long this has been on my shelf I pre ordered this when I knew it existed and it was a Christmas present to myself I could have sworn it's been under a year but apparently it's been 2 so now I'm just embarrassed In my defence I wanted to reread the Girl Who Could Fly and there were so many other things I had to attend to that I was just happy owning the second book Well a


  4. says:

    I want to just say that I loved The Girl Who Could Fly It is the only book on my bookshelf that has a completely broken spine from the numerous times that I read it over and over and over I would read this middle school level book in public without shame because of how mind blowing it was So when I heard about this book I was ecstatic to have a seuel to one of my all time favorite booksSadly this book did not li


  5. says:

    painfully disappointing The writing has a completely different feel to it and my attachment to Conrad and Piper's friendship was my only incentive to finish the book The tone is completely different than that of the first book the pacing is all over the place and the plot was just plain stupid It read like bad fanfiction most of the time Don't bother


  6. says:

    The Boy who Knew Everything was and is the most disappointing most appalling seuel to a good book I have ever had the misfortune of reading The plot was disjointed nonsensical and boring Seriously this was incredibly hard to slog through it felt like I was wading through poorly contrived plot lines while narrowly avoiding death via extreme frustration There were so many plot holes Honestly not even plot holes just gapin


  7. says:

    The Girl Who Could Fly has been a favorite book of mine for a long time and I was so happy that the stories and characters would be able to continue on in this next installment It did not disappoint it did a really good job of continuing the storyline forward while following up with old characters In this book we follow Conrad and Piper as they continue life on the farm Even though things seem perfect when Conrad has to fac


  8. says:

    WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT It's finally coming I loved Conrad; this is so exciting


  9. says:

    YAY IM SO EXCITED I read the first book about two or three years ago so I'll be sure to reread it but YAY


  10. says:

    45 Certainly wasn’t what I expected after the first book but I still loved it


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About the Author: Victoria Forester

Victoria grew up on a remote farm in Ontario Canada After graduating from the University of Toronto her passion for storytelling led her to write and direct a short film for the CBC When her next film was completed The Pony’s Tale which aired on Global Television she eagerly and perhaps rashly set off to Los AngelesThe famous independent film producer Roger Corman mentored Victoria and