The Great St Marys Day Out (The Chronicles of St Marys, #7.5)

The Great St Marys Day Out (The Chronicles of St Marys, #7.5) Everyone Deserves To Get Away For A Bit Even The Miscreants At St Mary S Astonishingly, Dr Bairstow Has Declared A Holiday Even Astonishingly He S Paying For It Needless To Say, There Are Strings Attached They Have To Record The Performance Of Hamlet, With Shakespeare Himself In The Role Of The Ghost It Doesn T Go Well, Of Course

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  • The Great St Marys Day Out (The Chronicles of St Marys, #7.5)
  • Jodi Taylor
  • English
  • 27 February 2018

10 thoughts on “The Great St Marys Day Out (The Chronicles of St Marys, #7.5)

  1. says:

    Markham and Shakespeare Does there really need to be any description I mean, seriously, fans will already conjure to mind great stuffed bras and flaming bards, right For everyone else unfamiliar with the great miscreants of Time, then just know that you re missing out on great hijinks and dire stares from the administration of History Department So does this mean that everyone will have a great time seeing the original plays with Shakespeare as the ghost Well, not Dr Bairstow, and s the pity One ghost is already too much sigh

  2. says:

    4 This was so much fun Maybe because there was no real danger to any of our beloved characters at any time, just some mischief in England during the time of William Shakespeare and his theater putting on his masterpiece Hamlet , starring as the Ghost the bard himself St Mary s takes this as a day outing, to have some fun and team building Doctor B and all the usual suspects are there and we get what we have come to expect from all of these short stories just enough of what makes us fans of the series to hold us over for the next book Pure joy

  3. says:

    Bwahahahaha Being a baby at St Mary s must be cool but also dangerous Good thing his mother gave instructions right at the beginning of the story before the History Department and or RD could do something funny dubious like using little Matthew to check if baby Moses could have actually been sent across water a lake in this case in a wicker basket St Mary s is so cute with Matthew, it s heartwarming D If Ronan s stunt in the last novel was good for anything, it s the fact that Leon, Max and the baby are now staying in St Mary s until the situation is resolved and yes, I m picturing daddy Leon all overprotective and it s pretty cool.This, like the other novellas, was a cute story with our favourite chaos team.Dr Bairstow is treating all of St Mary s all who are interested anyway to see the performance of Hamlet at the original Globe Theatre in 1601, which means we get a lot of London history and the characters get to see William Shakespeare since he plays the Ghost Even the boss himself, Mrs Enderby from Wardrobe and Mrs Mack from Catering are going.As usual, things don t go quite as smoothly as planned but since this is a short story, it s not THAT bad I was just sad that Max and Leon have agreed to never go on the same assignment so in case anything bad happens baby Matthew won t be an orphan seeing them together would have been sweet like them running from the Time Police together a few books back On the other hand, considering what went wrong this time, it might have been great for Leon to have an excuse to stay at home PIt has to be noted that even the list of people at the beginning of each book and novellas too is funny as hell and should not be overlooked even if you know who is who Funny just like Mr Markham, who apparently is a Shakespeare enthusiast He is a bag full of surprises.Moreover, yes, I m a Shakespeare fan and although Hamlet isn t my favourite I quite agree with Mr Markham that A Midsummer Night s Dream is highly underrated , it is indeed one of Shakespeare s best plays This above all To thine own self be true. Hell is empty and all the devils are here. Hamlet is such an important piece, language wise Shakespeare in general shaped our language s but most of the lines words we use until this very day although some have been slightly changed over time spring from this very play It is extremely interesting, which is why we had an entire month of classes dedicated to this when I studied languages.True to the subject, this short story also refers to several words and their origins like box office and the history of some nursery rhymes this was especially cool In short this trip was glorious DFor now, it is Goodbye to St Mary s holds back tears but fortunately only until the next novella is released around Christmas and another full length novel is published in July 2017 Seriously, I m such a huge fangirl of this world by now, even I m slightly worried P

  4. says:

    Anyone who loves The Chronicles of St Mary s should not only read the mainly numbered tomes, but also these inbetween blow bys They are full of Jodi T s usual side by, circuitous hilarity This one checks out the Globe Theatre and whether Shakespeare was burned when the ghost of Hamlet s father showed up for a performance literally

  5. says:

    This little appetiser of the exploits of St Mary s historians takes us to The Globe Theatre to witness one of Shakespeare s plays, where the Bard is said to have played a role This is supposed to be a day out for the staff with nothing difficult than to record the performance Of course, it is anything but 0 I really enjoyed this short story, not just to meet Taylor s motley crew once , but because of the destination I ve had the opportunity to go several times to the new Globe Theatre, which was built to be a replica of the old one, and it is breath taking

  6. says:

    For the initiates, the best 2 you can spend to get yourself through to the next novel s release date in sob wail APRIL 2018 wail sob For the uninitiated, start with Just One Damned Thing After Another I recommend the series for its heady mix of history, comedy, and dark, painful tragedy Author Taylor is a past mistress at setting you up for a long, hard fall.I can t tell if I m helping or hurting her sales Well, anyway, you re grown men and women Decide for yourselves if you want to spend your eyeblinks on this kind of deep and immersive emotional experience Fans will purse pitying lips at you if you decide to walk on by.

  7. says:

    I love the St Mary s books novellas So, so fun and this one was no exception.

  8. says:

    Brilliant fun, as always What I love about this short is that I read it at the right time in the series as it s set after the end of book 7 which is the most recently released novel and so it really added to the series for me The audio version is, as ever, brilliantly acted, and the story itself is bonkers and witty which is just what I ve come to crave and expect from this series.In this story we follow Max and quite a few members of St Mary s as they pop back through time to go and see an authentic Shakespearean play with Shakespeare acting the part of the Ghost Of course, being St Marys, EVERYTHING goes wrong and Mr Shakespeare comes away from the encounter somewhat worse for wear, but the adventure is thrilling and the story exciting 4 s

  9. says:

    Brilliant Dr Bairstow organises a day out for staff to see Hamlet at the Globe with Shakespeare playing the part of the ghost..until he is knocked out by Markham Shakespeare I mean And that s the least catastrophic development.

  10. says:

    Once upon a time, in another time travel book, I had the pleasure of meeting Shakespeare so I was looking forward to seeing him play a part in one of his many masterpieces And I wasn t the only one as the majority of St Mary s was going on a team building exercise St Mary s style As you can guess things didn t go according to plan Actually I d be surprised if for a change things proceed smoothly and without a hitch That would be one hell of a twist Anyway, this little adventure was hilarious, something I ve come to expect from Max and her fellow historians A light, fun, relaxing read in between the regular books.

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