on 11 February 2016
The second instalment of the Ingo Chronicles, Tide Knot is not quite as good as Ingo . Dunmore manages to recapture the magical underwater world and the characters are all just as believably rendered, it is just that I don't find the tide knot part, and its subsequent dénouement* terribly credible. What I liked about Ingo was that I could believe it all was real; it was so plausibly described and explained I have often found myself scanning the sea for signs of the Mer. I still thoroughly enjoyed Tide Knot and was pleased to find out more about Sapphy and Conor's missing father, so I would recommend it and indeed went on to buy and read the next instalment myself.
* If you've read the book, I hope you appreciate what I did there!
on 6 May 2013
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I would recommend and have done so ,the books for children aged nine to eleven,especially if they like reading about adventures with,or as Mermaids.