Publish date: February 2012
Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: The Roar (#2)
Not quite as gripping as the first book, perhaps because there was so much literal ground to cover. While The Roar had some improbable bits, that was nothing compared to the sheerest fantasy pretending to be science in this one.* So, yeah, I had more trouble sustaining my disbelief. Which meant I wa...
2.5 stars.Rather lackluster. Nothing outstanding or memorable. There was virtually no character development, very little dialogue, it was all action and nothing else. And even then...the ending was pretty anti-climatic.The series, and the characters especially, had so much potential and it was all w...
"The Whisper" by Emma Clayton is the sequel that fans of "The Roar" have long awaited. And really, the books need to be read together."The Whisper" finishes the adventure that began in "The Roar," when Mika learned that his sister, Ellie, was still alive. Stolen by a corrupt government official, she...
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