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- File Size: 4796 KB
- Print Length: 628 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Living Art Books; 1st edition (23 Feb. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IMBRFLQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #123,586 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Scooped this book up at the fantastic price of £0.99 which was an absolute steal. I have read it in every spare minute and now I do not know what to do with myself now that it is finished. This seems an excessive statement for what is, without meaning to insult, an "easy read", but I have found myself completely engrossed for the last week, without having to concentrate too hard.
Having read Midrealm and Wyrmspire together in a not-so-big stretch of time I find myself completely involved with all the characters, laughing and crying along with the story. The story contains elements of all your favourite fantasies, ie Lord of the Rings and X-Men, and whilst using ideas already covered in many fantasy stories, the plot has a different twist on the "facts" of fantasy world.
I especially like how the kids on "true earth" are up to date with technology etc and how the contrast is highlighted in Midrealm with a comical effect.
Please do not let this be the end of their tale Garret and Z.C.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Bare with me. I'm not to great at reviews. And I'm late. Sorry! I kept forgetting.
No spoilers this time for other potential readers.
I enjoyed the previous book in this series but I liked this one even more. I envy just the way you two tell a story. Something exciting is always about to happen. And before that something interesting is always going on.
All the characters are great and fun to follow. Every time we get a new one I can't wait to learn more about them. Really enjoyed learning more about Death Watch too.
That solution thought up by Tess was just brilliant! That's one of those things that just so clever, cool and convenient. Having and entire you-know-what to themselves. It's certainly a big help to Blade. I don't have to worry about him going hungry ever again.
Can't wait for more!
Episode 9: Told from Calvin's point of view, you learn the details behind his kidnapping and continue to see him being impetuous and failing to think things through. Not that a lack of listening or forethought is limited to him. I enjoyed reading about Midrealm's version of goblins.
Episode 10: Told from Raven's point of view, we get to see more of the goblins as the girls escape into the arms of the elves. Yinnilleth and the rest of the elves were a merry crew, and it was a great battle in the forest.
Episode 11: Told from Miles point of view, going back in time a wee bit to cover what happened to Miles and Blade once the group got separated. They find themselves in a Goblin's city underground, where they have to outrun the goblins and giant ants while surviving near an underground lake. It's an interesting side effect that Miles discovers about his power, and how it interacts in his element.
Episode 12: Told from the point of view of Tess, the realm keepers all find one another again, converging in the ruins of a town swept aside by an army of shadows. Tess delves into her dreams, the only one of the realm keepers to have them now that they no longer actually sleep (being awake always in one world or the other.) The man in her dreams isn't revealed (yet) but it's pretty obvious who it is.
Episode 13: Told from the point of view of Blade, the kids finally get a handle on protecting themselves on Earth and learn a little something about the fate of the Giants in Midrealm. They also get to meet some more trolls, this time finding a whole tribe of them.
Book Two Finale: The finale is longer than the individual episodes leading up to it and is told from the point of view of each of the kids chapter by chapter instead of book by book. They finally reach Wyrmspire and have to attempt to convince the dragons to aid them, despite the fact that the dragons have no interest in doing so. During a battle late in the story, one of the characters dies, and the realm keepers learn the true price of having the aid of dragons.
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