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As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust (Flavia de Luce, #7)

Hard on the heels of the return of her mother’s body from the frozen reaches of the Himalayas, Flavia, for her indiscretions, is banished from her home at Buckshaw and shipped across the ocean to Miss Bodycote’s Female Academy in Toronto, her mother’s alma mater, there to be inducted into a mysterious organization known as the Nide.

No sooner does she arrive, however, than

No sooner does she arrive, however, than a body comes crashing down out of the chimney and into her room, setting off a series of investigations into mysterious disappearances of girls from the school.
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    Judy Lesley

    Dec 01, 2014

    rated it
    liked it

    While I liked the continued character building of this incredible fictional youngster, Flavia de Luce, I cannot in all honesty say I enjoyed this book as a whole. It will always be set apart in my mind as “that Flavia book”, the one I kept arguing with.

    One of the major reasons I have been able to accept an 11 year old girl, now turned 12, as the solver of all her previous murder investigations is because the author gave me logical reasons for everything that happened in his books. Flavia workin

    One of the major reasons I have been able to accept an 11 year old girl, now turned 12, as the solver of all her previous murder investigations is because the author gave me logical reasons for everything that happened in his books. Flavia working her precocious magic in 1951 rural England relates quite differently when she is transported to 1951 Toronto, Canada. This book started off on a different track as soon as that body came tumbling down the chimney in Flavia’s private dorm room at Miss Bodycote’s Female Academy on the very night of her arrival. I felt that information was sparsely disclosed by the author and even contradictory in some ways. How could Flavia say that it was obvious the body had been inside the chimney for quite a long time and yet that could not have been possible given who the victim turned out to be? How can Flavia give one of her petite dissertations on the process of decomposition while I couldn’t stop wondering how this body went through that process with not one person in that building asking questions regarding noticeable manifestations of a decomposing corpse there in the chimney? How could a corpse have been inside a chimney where lighted fires were used to heat the room and still nobody noticed? Those were not just obstacles for me, those were just two of the many insurmountable obstacles to my acceptance of this story.

    Flavia had been removed from everything and everyone surrounding her at Buckshaw which had always added so much dimension and depth to the previous stories. Nothing was added to fill that void. Here in Toronto she was alone and the new characters around her had no depth and changed their nature from one scene to the next. I couldn’t grasp what was supposed to be going on with a secret society (involving the other students of various ages as well as adults) which seemed to be operating within a different secret society. Two secret groups with neither of them ever being explained? There was too much unexplained secrecy in this book. Even such mundane information as the fact that there were day students as well as boarding students was never mentioned until far into the novel. The basic development of this world Flavia had been set down in seemed woefully incomplete. Harriet is often mentioned in this book, but never anything concrete enough to make me really understand what Harriet was like when she was a student here. More mysteriousness when it wasn’t really necessary. And none of my questions were ever answered, none of them.

    For those of us who consider ourselves fans of these novels I do think it is important to read this book. It will never be a favorite of mine, but judging by the ending of this book we can expect there will be another. It simply must get back on track. I recommend reading this novel to keep yourself aware of what has happened to Flavia in the series. New readers to the series should definitely not begin here.

    I received an ARC of this novel through NetGalley.
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    Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede

    Flavia De Luce is sent from her home at Buckshaw, England to Miss Bodycote’s Female Academy in Toronto, her mother’s alma mater. She is there to be inducted into the mysterious organization called Nide. But a body comes crashing down out of the chimney the very first night at the school and Flavia can’t help trying to find out the identity of the dead body and who stuffed it into the chimney.

    This is my first Flavia De Luce book, but not my last. I had no problem getting into the story, but of co

    This is my first Flavia De Luce book, but not my last. I had no problem getting into the story, but of course, since this is book seven were there bound to be things mentioned in the book that I knew nothing about. Like for instance why she was banished to Canada? Apparently, there happened things in the last book concerning her mother that led to this. But anyway if we disregard that, everything else was not that hard to understand, she mentioned people but often I got an explanation to who she was referring to so that was ok.

    I admit that I first thought the books story took place much earlier than 1950’s, around 1920-30’s perhaps. But then television was mentioned and that meant a bit later. Also, I wasn’t sure about Flavia’s ages until someone mentioned that she was 12, I thought that she would be older. But she was fun; she was like a nosy Nancy Drew, but slightly more morbid. I was a bit weary of Flavia in the beginning, there is a thin line between precocious and obnoxious but she managed to stay on the precocious side throughout the book.

    The story was interesting and I liked the school setting. I have always been a bit fascinated by boarding school milieu, and for mystery books are boarding schools a perfect setting. It was a good read and I’m looking forward to reading the previous six books in the series.

    I received this copy from the publisher through Netgalley in return for an honest review!
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    Linette

    Jun 06, 2014

    rated it
    really liked it

    Flavia goes on an adventure to Canada. A reluctant adventure, as it was not her choice to leave dear Buckshaw and the people she loves. Still, she faces her voyage in true Flavia fashion, with flair and tongue firmly in cheek.
    Flavia’s way of seeing things still makes me smile.

    A description of a woman she meets:

    ‘She was wrapped in a dress of turquoise silk, with a matching scarf on her head and far too much magenta lipstick on her mouth. Need I say more?’

    No need to say more, Flavia, tells me al

    A description of a woman she meets:

    ‘She was wrapped in a dress of turquoise silk, with a matching scarf on her head and far too much magenta lipstick on her mouth. Need I say more?’

    No need to say more, Flavia, tells me all I need to know about this character, haha.

    And when Flavia is successful with something, her expression of jubilance:

    ‘The universe had rolled over and let me rub its tummy.’

    Flavia attends a school that teaches some extra subjects, the same school her mother had attended. This was a fun change of pace for the series. To give you an idea of some of the unusual arts taught at this school, a comment from the head mistress:

    ‘You will be trained in the arts of genteel mayhem. Oh, don’t look at me like that. The vegetable scraper, the cheese grater, and the corkscrew are often overlooked as effective means of disposing of an adversary, you know – even the pickle fork, in a pinch.’

    Her arrival at her new school begins with a dead body, continues with secrets and confusion. Girls mysteriously disappearing, nobody talking, and rules against asking questions. Training in her beloved chemistry. Crazy laundry ladies. Ouija boards giving alarming messages.

    I was a bit disappointed with how fast the murder mystery was resolved, and the sudden change that happened at the end of the book, I think there was a missed opportunity there.

    Not sure what will be next for our Flavia, but I will be there with bells on, as Mrs Mullet would say.

    Not the best in the series, but still fun.

    3.5 stars, rounded up to 4 stars.

    ARC received from Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.

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