Long ago, a King ruled the land of Story. . . . During his reign, Heroes, Villains, and characters of all kinds lived out new Tales filled with daring quests and epic struggles.Then the King disappeared, and over the years, nearly everyone forgot that he had ever existed. Now an evil Enemy has... show more
Long ago, a King ruled the land of Story. . . . During his reign, Heroes, Villains, and characters of all kinds lived out new Tales filled with daring quests and epic struggles.Then the King disappeared, and over the years, nearly everyone forgot that he had ever existed. Now an evil Enemy has emerged, determined to write a new future for Story that he will control. And an ordinary girl named Una Fairchild is inextricably tangled up in his deadly plan.Una and her friends Peter and Indy are desperate to find a way to defeat the Enemy. But Una soon discovers that the real key may lie in her own mysterious ties to Story's past—and to the long-forgotten King, who could be Story's only hope for survival.
Publish date: April 2nd 2013
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Storybound (#2)
The key slid into an ancient looking keyhole with a click, and Una gave it a fierce twist. The door opened a crack, and Una gritted her teeth as she pushed hard on it with her shoulder and made her way through. She found herself on a path that zigzagged up a steep hill. Over the top, a long walk awa...
Story's End -- Marissa Burt Book 2 (final) of Storybound I really don't do this book any justice by not remembering much about the first book, Storybound (I read it sometime back in 2012). I DO recall, however, mentioning it to a friend once and saying something like: "It wasn't a bad book, but ...
The world building was shoddy and confusing and the writing was clunky. Plus I couldn't ever get a good grip on the history of Story, in one part things were referenced as having taken place such a long time ago, and in another part they were a part of living people's memories. To me, that means the...
I rather liked Burt’s middle grade debut and wanting to see how the story ended, requested this one from the publisher. Perhaps it is because it was the ARC and the finished copy are somewhat different; perhaps the finished copy has been edited and is revised far more, but the story I read, while it...