Under the Museum

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
In a museum storeroom, among P. T. Barnum's other castoff exhibits, lives a fourteen-year old dwarf called Hector. Dreading exhibition as a freak, he is content to remain in the shadows. One night, he discovers a tunnel under the museum and is thrust into a world of adventure and danger. With his new friend Esther, he must uncover the secret of the underground laboratories before it is too late More

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About K. A. Duff

K. A. Duff lives in Portland, Oregon and teaches at Clark College. She was born in Scotland and holds an MA in Medieval Literature and a PhD in American Studies. Her research focused on the fascinating world of P. T. Barnum, freak shows, and other forms of amusement in the 19th century.


Review by: Stewartqueen on Jan. 2, 2018 :
Great story with interesting characters.
I loved Hector
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Review by: Jock27 on Jan. 2, 2018 :
Got a lot of enjoyment out of this book.A real page turner as the characters are just as you imagine P.T.Barnum's circus performers and artists, and this world they are in, adds another dimension.
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Review by: Kristin Burchell on Dec. 4, 2017 :
This novel gives readers another perspective of P.T. Barnum's circus and those who were involved with it. Also very timely with The Greatest Showman coming out soon. Hard to put down!
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Review by: Allesandro Bartolli on Oct. 24, 2017 :
Hector is a great character. This is a cool story about people who were seen as freaks a hundred years ago.
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Review by: gobolino on Oct. 23, 2017 : (no rating)
K.A. Duff captures the sights and sounds of P.T. Barnum’s world, creating a vivid picture of the mystery under the museum. Well-developed, relatable characters. Highly recommend!
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