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The Diamond of Darkhold: The Fourth Book of Ember (Books of Ember) - Jeanne DuPrau
The Diamond of Darkhold: The Fourth Book of Ember (Books of Ember)
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3.35 200
Format: library binding
ISBN: 9780375955716 (0375955712)
ASIN: 0375955712
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
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cindywho rated it
This one tied up the Ember series nicely. (I skipped the 3rd) Lina and Doon find their way back to Ember to loot because times are tough in Sparks - and find some looters! I always enjoy a Katherine Kelgren listen.
Entering My World
Entering My World rated it
Actually quite enjoyed this one. Not only did the characters get to return to the city of Ember, but they got to recover a lot of their stuff, and tie up loose ends. This book answered a lot of questions, and wrapped the series up well enough that I get the impression no more stories will be written...
Osho rated it
3.0 The Diamond of Darkhold (Books of Ember Series #4)
A satisfying conclusion to this series (essentially a trilogy and and out-of-sequence prequel). As in the first book, Lina and Doon take on a quest for better quality of life based on an uninterpretable document from the Builders. Though they encounter obstacles and belligerents, one can't really sa...
TezMillerOz rated it
4.0 The Diamond of Darkhold (Books of Ember Series #4)
Lina and Doon are struggling through winter when they obtain a book meant for the people of Ember. Only most of the pages have been torn out, and only eight pages remain, mostly graphs. And Sparks is running out of supplies, so Doon and Lina return to Ember to learn and gather what they can. But the...
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it
It was not as ideal an ending as I'd hoped for, but still quite satisfactory. I liked that Duprau held off any romance until Lina and Doon were older (18), but that she was able to include their friendship and affection throughout on such an understated level. Also, I found the Troggs quite amusing ...
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