Gregor and the Prophecy of Bane (The Underland Chronicles, Book 2)
The action and adventure continue for Gregor in this stunning fantasy from a rising literary star.Gregor learns of his role in another Underland prophecy, yet he swears he will never return to that place. But his vow crumbles when his little sister, Boots, is snatched. Gregor knows it is a ploy... show more
The action and adventure continue for Gregor in this stunning fantasy from a rising literary star.Gregor learns of his role in another Underland prophecy, yet he swears he will never return to that place. But his vow crumbles when his little sister, Boots, is snatched. Gregor knows it is a ploy to lure him to the subterranean world, but he gives in and heads back underground, where he is reunited with his bat, Ares, the princess Luxa, and new allies. Together, they descend into the deadly Waterway in search of an ominous rat known as Bane. But Gregor must face the possibility of his greatest loss yet, and make life and death choices that will determine the future of the Underland.
Publish date: 2005-05-01
Publisher: Scholastic Books
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Like the first book, I'm sure 4th graders will love it. There's fun action, a fun mystery, and fun characters. Quite elementary for an adult. I'll review the series once I've finished it.********There must be a lot of Suzanne Collins fans out there reviewing with their hearts, because there's no ...
The second book in the Underland Chronicles was just as action-packed as the first. It did leave some unanswered questions but I assume they will be answered in the following books. It was easy to read and full of danger, yet again, as Gregor and friends unravel the Prophesy of Bane. Although it was...
As Gregor & the Prophecy of Bane opens our hero, Gregor, has returned to life as usual. That life should be better than it was before his last adventure began--his dad is, after all, back with the family, and both Gregor and baby Boots are safe and sound after their journey through the Underland. Ho...
Here we are, at book two in the Underland Chronicles, Suzanne Collin's MG series published before The Hunger Games. General consensus seems to be that The Hunger Games was far better, and while I agree that this wasn't as good, it's still certainly a worthwhile read, underrated among Suzanne Collins...
The most beautiful thing about this book, and the thing I can't stop thinking about, is how Gregor's dad sleeps on the pull out couch.