Stoneheart #1 - Audio
Publish date: May 1st 2007
Publisher: Scholastic Audio Books
Edition language: English
Series: Stoneheart Trilogy (#1)
George breaks a dragon carving from the Natural History Museum and suddenly he's plunged into a world of the statues of London at war with each other and a strange man who walks around the city. It's interesting and the pace is breakneck throughout. I like how George grows and how his relationship...
My younger sister read this book. I don't know how she made it all the way through. Now, in our family, we get easily starved for books, and sometimes we read each other's bad books just for something to read and talk about. Pitiful, maybe, but there it is. Such was the case with Stoneheart. The cov...
2.5 stars.Interesting idea. Forgettable execution.There were a few moments near the end of the book where I thought maybe it was getting better. And then came the thought that maybe I'll miss out on something if I don't try the next book. So who knows? Maybe if I'm bored beyond all belief and/or stu...
Boring. But I'm probably too old for it anyway. :)
George has never been one to stand up for himself: that kind of behaviour only leads to life smacking him back down. When he's kicked out of a class trip at the Natural History Museum for another boy's disruption, he punches at a statue of a dragon on the outside of the museum, breaking it. To his...
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