Publish date: September 1st 2006
Pages no: 427
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: The Keys to the Kingdom (#4)
bookshelves: adventure, fantasy, fraudio, published-2006, young-adult Read in September, 2009 mp3It's been a good couple of years since I read Mister Monday, Grim Tuesday and Drowned Wednesday that I was a little worried that I would have to skim re-reads but it's panning out quite well. Of cour...
An OK book, not my favorite, but still a good read. Recommended for middle school age.
I just cannot say enough good things about this series. I absolutely love the creativity of Garth Nix. Some of the stuff he comes up with is simply brilliant. In this one, I particularly like the tectonic plates strategy. How very clever and original.Once again Arthur Penhaligan is wrapped up in ...
Arthur Penhaligan is just a mortal boy, but a Trustee's plot backfired and he was declared the Rightful Heir to the Architect's Will. Although he himself has no magical power or physical abilities (particularly compared to the angelic Denizens), Arthur has managed to secure three out of the seven p...
The more I listen to this series the more I like it. Each of the stories in the series build from the one before while managing to be unique so that as soon as you finish one "day" you can't wait to find out what he has in store for the next one. And while remaining imaginative and creative he als...
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