Rise of the Darklings
Publish date: September 28th 2010
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Invisible Order (#1)
Audio version. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Although obviously written for children, it was well-imagined and well-plotted. The world created by the author is consistent - there were no major gaps in logic that kicked me out of the story. The characters were a little obvious, with the bad guys b...
Rise of the Darklings was a light read I'd recommend for anyone 8+. It was definately a children's book, not because of writing or anything like that but just because the story was a little young. It still enjoyable though.All of the characters complimented each other very well, especially Jack and ...
I do like this book, and the author did a great job with the faerie theme. This book is pretty dark and violent, as a warning to younger readers.Reviewed for Bitten by Books: http://bittenbybooks.com.
It was an adequate story, told in a perfectly acceptable MG level, with some nice ideas and with utterly nothing to set it apart and allow it to stand out from the veritable ocean of middle-grade historical fantasies involving orphaned siblings and faeries. Was the writing bad? No, but it felt a lit...
Full review and book giveaway ends 12/16/10 at http://fireandicephoto.blogspot.com/2010/11/invisible-order-book-one-rise-of.html