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The Owl Keeper - Christine Brodien-Jones
The Owl Keeper
3.31 65
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780385738149 (0385738145)
ASIN: 0385738145
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
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A Sea of Stars
A Sea of Stars rated it
I like owls probably more than the next person but I did not like this book. The characters were kinda unrealistic, the plot I found to be inane, and I was bored. Not to mention that everything was capitalized. (Absolute Dark, OwlSong, Owl Keeper, High Echelon, Frozen Zone etc..) Max is supposedly a...
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it
2.5 starsMaxwell Unger is a boy trapped in his house all day long with a creepy caretaker. He cannot go outside and play. He cannot go to school. In fact, he never is allowed anywhere because he has a rare disease. If any sunlight touches him, he'll die. The world is a bleak and gloomy place. The Hi...
ChicaReader rated it
With only memories of his Gran, small treasures that were sneaked past Mrs.Cumlin's inspections, Maxwell Unger lives through the night and dark of the High Echelon's world. Getting monthly injections of grotesque liquid was a result of Max's allergy to "sun particles." The stories of silver owls and...
katethebookmonsters rated it
5.0 The Owl Keeper
The Owl Keeper is a non-stop, action packed ball of awesomeness. Based on the novel's summary, I figured I was in for a tale just about a boy and owls. Thought there also might be a little fantasy sprinkled in to keep things going. Wrong. Christine Brodien-Jones carefully mixes in hints of dystopian...
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