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Beyonders: The Complete Set: A World Without Heroes; Seeds of Rebellion; Chasing the Prophecy Paperback – 11 Feb 2014


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  • Paperback: 1456 pages
  • Publisher: Aladdin Paperbacks; Box edition (11 Feb. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1442494425
  • ISBN-13: 978-1442494428
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 10.7 x 19.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 298,699 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By topcat37 on 8 Jan. 2014
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Enjoyed this, but not as much as Fablehaven. Could have done without the long listings, 3 of 4 items would have been better than the 8 or 9 examples used. As an example could have said "Many fruits" instead of listing "apples, bananas, cherries, grapes, peaches, nectarines, apricots" etc. it sometimes felt as if the author was trying to impress with his depth of knowledge. Unfortunately it made me want to skip the passage!
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An easy read and not so dark as other fantasy books. Would be enjoyed by a young audience. As the writer of 'Promised Love', a pre-earth life adventure for 20-99 yr olds, I would place Boyonders Trilogy for 10-99 year olds. I have enjoyed the easy pace and well written imagery.
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By Larry on 10 Jan. 2015
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100% the best book eveeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!£££!!!!!!!! If it was a 100 star rating id give it 10000005874363747464646356363736367484847464636377464837389283838 plus I'm 10 years old
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Recommended read for the whole family! 5 May 2013
By The Loopy Librarian - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Fabulously entertaining! As I did with my daughter when she was a teenager, I am trying to read books with my son. This goal is challenging and growing me as a reader. In other words, I'm trying a new genre: Sci-fi/Fantasy. To pursue this goal, I bought the well-reviewed boxed set of the Beyonders trilogy by NY Times best-selling author Brandon Mull. My son read through it so quickly that he finished the entire trilogy before I even began the first book. That's how much he loved it. He's a sixteen-year- old obsessive gamer who took time away from his games to read this series.

The main character, Jason Walker, is an average teenage kid who falls into a hippo tank at his volunteer job and is magically transported to the world of Lyrian. The jaws of a hippo serve as the magic portal. Quite funny, right off the bat. Then there are riddles to be solved, dangerous characters to avoid, the appearance of another Beyonder (people from Earth)in the form of a teenage home-schooled girl named Rachel and a heroic quest.

One of the first people that he meets is the Loremaster (a librarian). Then there is the displacer, one of a breed of characters that can attach and unattach his head, hands, and other parts at will. Disgusting but also handy. Edomic is the language of creation spoken only by the wizards (of which there is apparently only one left and he is evil).

Vocabulary words:

Traversing
Auditory
Aperture
Frieze

Funny quote: Jason was "relieved to have found an actual, non-furious person" (p. 35).

Interesting image: "It looked ready to topple at a cough from a butterfly" (p. 77).

Philosophy: "People find meaning where they can" (p. 82).

For discussion: What makes a hero? Why does the world need heroes?

"Heroism means doing the right thing regardless of the consequences" (p. 110).

"For each of us destiny is a blend of potential, circumstances, and choices. You could flee and hide. You could bargain with Maldor. You have chosen a heroic path. Walk it without apology" (p. 326).

"Yet here you are, toiling in the wilderness,"..."the two of you picked the right road, even though it is the most difficult. This is the essence of heroism" (p. 326).

This is one of those books that may have been written for children and teens but will appeal to adults as well. Perfect for reading together as a family.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Beyonders Trilogy 26 July 2013
By ColoradoMom - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband and I, along with our 11 year old son, have read the Beyonders trilogy and enjoyed it. It was an action adventure story with great characters fighting the age old battle of good versus evil. I would compare this series to The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien (but for kids), or even the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini (minus the dragons). In all these books the world the characters inhabit become another character in the book, taking you on amazing worldwide expeditions (not always adhering to the physics of Earth). As with the other books I’ve mentioned, violence is large part of the action in the Beyonders, more so in the last book than the first two (tolerable for our tweener). Brandon Mull has yet to disappoint and has set the stage for great dialogues with our son (always a plus).
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Good book and fun to read 25 Jan. 2014
By Austin Hansen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I was looking for a good fantasy book to read. My older sister had read it and suggested it to me, I took a look at the cover and thought, "Oh no" but to my surprise it was really fun to read, the character development throughout the series was amazing. Despite a strange start to the book, where the main character is transported to a magical world through a hippopotamus, it was well worded and one of the most original fantasy book I've read. If you have read "The Lord of The Rings" it is similar to that except a lot more fun to read. I hope he writes another series like this!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Strongest book I've read by him 11 Oct. 2013
By SallyS - Published on Amazon.com
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I've read the FableHaven series and the Candy Shop Wars. This particular series keep me involved and had me caring about the people even more than the other books (which I also enjoyed). Perhaps this one felt grander in scale, which higher stakes, but also had that sense of truthfulness in just how long and hard a struggle it is to overcome a dictatorship; the false leads, the deaths, the injuries, the doubts, the guesses...

I kept thinking of the George Martin books as I was reading this. Though less gory and with none of the sexual aspect, the scope, the seriousness, the long journeys and vulnerability of the lives and, of course, the battle for the crown, were a strong part of it. Certainly, this series is better for younger readers than the Game of Thrones series.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Buy Beyonder's Trilogy instead of individual books 25 April 2013
By Toddler Mom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Spoiler alert!!

I have to admit...that I was disappointed after reading the first two books. A lot of what the heroes in the Beyonders Book 1 and Book 2 did seemed pointless, such as a "useless word", especially since the Oracles specifically told Galloran to hunt for this word. Then, thankfully, author Brandon Mull did a great job with an action packed Book 3 that linked the "pointless actions" from Books 1 and 2 together.

I don't want to spoil things any more than I did. But Book 3 subtly hints at why the useless word and other pointless actions might have influenced the end outcome.

Now, I am re-reading Brandon Mulls' Books 1-3 again to understand what little details I missed from before.

Excellent read and great price for a wonderful trilogy!!!
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