My Name is Jacky Faber and in London I was Born.

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Louis A. Meyer, Jr (The Bloody Jack Series)


One the best Y. A. authors I have ever had the pleasure of reading has passed away. L. A. Meyer has given his readers tale after brilliant tale of Jacky Faber’s journey from That Dark Day on the London Streets to the sea swept deck of the Lorelei Lee. He carried us with Jacky to see the “Cathy Cat and the Bengal Rat and gaze upon the Kangaroo”. Bloody Jack will always have a place on my bookshelf and in my heart.
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Wild Rover No More: Being the Last Recorded Account of the Life & Times of Jacky Faber


Dear Jacky Faber fandom on Tumblr,

I am a weirdo who doesn’t really like to engage with my fandoms on the internet overly much, so I tend to be late to the party when it comes to releases of my favorite things (I JUST found out via NPR that my all-time favorite band got back together for a new album releasing in 2 weeks?), but every March I do make it a habit to pre-order the new Jacky Faber book, if I can find it, and have done for 10 years now.

That’s 10 years of Bloody Jack…

Anyway, I found the newest on Amazon today and the title basically confirms that it is the last in our dear heroine’s saga. And it’s going to be released on November 4th.

So here’s the link if you, too, want to pre-order it ASAP the way I do, and potentially lock in some sweet Amazon pre-order discounts. And if you also failed to remember to disable Prime before it renewed at the regular (not student) rate, so you want to be sure to make use of free 2-day shipping this year…( ;´Д`)

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