Pendragon: The Rivers of Zadaa
Publish date: September 30th 2009
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Pendragon (#6)
I think what I love most about this series is the different worlds. Every book, there's a completely new setting to lose yourself in, complete with a new cast of characters. But of course, sometimes the best ones from previous novels come along for the ride.
Oh. My. GOD!!!! FREAKING AWESOME!!! definitely my fave of the series so far. :DGAH!! D.J. MACHALE YOU ARE A CRUEL PERSON!!! I STARTED CRYING AND SCREAMING AT THE BOOK WHEN LOOR DIED AND MY MOM WAS STARING AT ME ... OF COURSE THEN SHE CAME BACK TO LIFE LIKE TWO PAGES LATER BUT AAAAAH!!!! I HAD A HEAR...
This installment of the Pendragon series was somewhat slow and sloppy. I fear that because MacHale's writing improved, he is now being cut more slack by his editor. This volume was too long for the story being told, included more dubious science than has been the case in recent volumes, and suffered...
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