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The People of Sparks (The Ember Series, #2) - Jeanne DuPrau
The People of Sparks (The Ember Series, #2)
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781417731268 (1417731265)
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 338
Edition language: English
Series: Book of Ember (#2)
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4.0 The People of Sparks Review
Audience As with the last book, The City of Ember, I’m taking into account the audience this book is aimed at when making my rating. Why am I doing this now? Well, I believe I was far too harsh on the Master Magician review and far too critical, which is not what I want to do. I want to analyse and ...
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it
2.5 The People of Sparks
I don't like this one as much as The City of Ember. It answers some questions I had from the first book, and I like that it's set in northern California. But everything is a little too spelled out for me. I also don't love that this book's epigraph is from MLK's Strength to Love seeing how this is...
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it
3.0 The People of Sparks (City of Ember, #2) by Jeanne DuPrau
6/3 - I started reading this on the train this evening because my other current book was way too big to fit in my handbag and I didn't want to have to carry it in my hands for the whole night, so I chose something more compact and this was it. I managed 31 pages before I met my friend at the train s...
RoseInCanada rated it
This was a good story, but not as good as City of Ember. From reading the other reviews of book 4, it seems like this might be a bit of a bridge between the first adventure and the last - just to fill in some basic answers like what remains of civilization, how do people sustain themselves, how the...
Raging Biblioholism
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4.0 The People of Sparks (Ember, Book 2)
A stronger and more intelligent novel than its predecessor. The issues are more concrete, less abstract ("how do we get along" instead of "how do we keep the lights of our strange underground dystopia running?") and the characters are all stronger and more developed. There are still failings, cert...
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