The Wrath of Mulgarath
The final book from the "Chronicles" about the secret world of faeries, by acclaimed writing partners Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, read by Mark Hamill. In the final, thrilling adventure of the "Spiderwick Chronicles", twists and turns abound as the Grace children face their scariest adventure... show more
The final book from the "Chronicles" about the secret world of faeries, by acclaimed writing partners Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, read by Mark Hamill. In the final, thrilling adventure of the "Spiderwick Chronicles", twists and turns abound as the Grace children face their scariest adventure yet. Bruised and battered, Jared, Simon and Mallory return home to find their house completely ransacked. The evil Mulgarath has made off with their mother and Spiderwick's Guide! With only the help of Thimbletack, Hogsqueal and Byron, the children must defeat Mulgarath and his Goblin army - but first they have to rescue Arthur Spiderwick from Lorengorm and the elves...
Publish date: September 7th 2004
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books
Pages no: 139
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Middle Grade
Series: The Spiderwick Chronicles (#5)
Two thumbs up for the Spiderwick Chronicles! Fun. Short. Beautifully illustrated. Fairies, unicorns, elves, trolls, dwarves, goblins--all your standard fantasy creatures get some spotlight. Hits the bulls eye for being content-accessible for their target audience without talking down to them. In...
The whole series really comes together in this book, there are no lose ends, it's all tied up nicely with a satisfying ending.The biggest complaint I saw on the Goodreads reviews for this series was that the books were so short, but these are books aimed at kids. And the authors know their audience....
A great ending to the series!
The three children arrive home to their house in a mess and their mother kidnapped. They have to venture into the world of the Goblins to rescue her, questioning their Great Uncle on the way. The fifth book in the series and still a great read, I enjoyed it wholeheartedly even if it only lasted f...
Read those long ago, and can't remember what I thought of them...