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Dragonwatch (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 14 mar 2017

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5.0 su 5 stelle funny, action-packed 16 marzo 2017
Di Suehelen G. - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Ok, so where do I begin with this book? I read the original Fablehaven books as they came out and my 13-year-old self was devastated when the series ended about 7 years ago. Well, after very nearly an eternity and the last of my teenage years being drained away, this book was finally published. I reverted to that 13 year old girl and experienced that same thrill and excitement I did when I first read the original series. Despite being older than the target audience, this book does not fail to please. It's well paced, funny, action-packed, and nail biting. The entire experience is simply riveting. I love reading and have read a lot of books, but I have yet to experience a book that really gives me an actual thrill like these do. The characters are so realistic and relatable that I feel like its hard not to get pulled into the story. Kendra is a strong female character done in a way that doesn't make them emotionless or unlikable, which I've found to be a problem in YA as of late. Seth is a pretty typical 13 year old kid, his antics have not changed since the last books. Maybe pumped up a notch. Loved the book. I can see the set up for the rest of the series and I am liking what I see so far. If you have not read Fablehaven (the books previous to these), I absolutely, highly recommend them. Fun, action packed, and surprisingly deep for their target audience. As for Dragonwatch, I don't think I could have asked for more. This book is just about everything I dreamed of for 7 years. Lots of awesome dragons, cool new magical creatures, and the same old faces that I've grown to miss. 10/10.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Thankfully a spin off that actually works 19 febbraio 2017
Di Physiux - Pubblicato su
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The moment I found out Brandon Mull was releasing a follow up to his infamous Fablehaven series I pre-ordered it and when I had the chance to read an advanced copy it was like having Christmas all over again. My kids and I LOVED Fablehaven so I was openly optimistic and very enthused when I discovered his newest book was going to pick up where the previous series ended but focus on Dragons this time.

Brandon Mull did NOT disappoint in this new book.
His book is full of a detailed world any of would love to visit but to see it described through a child’s eyes makes it better. I always find it interesting how he describes the scenery a second time through the eyes of those who don’t know they’re surrounded by magic because it adds this whole other layer to the setting. I felt like I was actually walking around the Dragon Sanctuary. I wish there had been a little more about the Fairy Kingdom when Kendra went in but I cut Mull slack because he did describe it as a world undergoing repair.

His dialogue was perfect. I could feel Kendra’s, and everyone else’s, exasperation with Seth. Newel and Doran always make me laugh so bringing them back was a treat. I like how he really captures so many different types of character personalities to the point you feel like these are all real whether you’re talking about a human or magical being.

I’ve read spin-off series or sequels where it was so bad you felt like a disservice had been done to the original or that it came off like the author wrote it as quickly as possible to capitalize on the money without caring about their fans. This new book was thankfully not tainted by either of those issues. New characters were added to freshen up the story line, a plausible plot line has been created and it seemed like Mull took the time and attention needed to create something that would appeal to his fans who wanted more Fablehaven without sacrificing what made it so great in the first place.

I am hopeful after reading this that the future books will hold onto the same charm and wonder he created in the first series.
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5.0 su 5 stelle It almost made me late for work because I had to finish it! 16 marzo 2017
Di CarolECI - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Dragonwatch is every bit as good as (or even better than) the Fablehaven series; a very satisfying read, and not just for youngsters - I'm over 60! There will be more books in this series, although I'm glad to say - this book stands alone and doesn't end with an annoying cliff hanger; you just know there is more to come.
From an older adult's point of view, I can only think that if Brandon Mull's expertise in creating Seth Halverson comes from his own character, we can all be thankful his own caretakers didn't thump him into a coma before he became old enough to write. Seth is alternately sneaky and charming, unbelievably brave, supremely stupid and incredibly clever. (Just your normal, run of the mill little boy.) Well done!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Drink the Milk - you won't regret it! 4 maggio 2017
Di SallyBWT - Pubblicato su
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Speaking of this book, and all of Brandon Mull's books, I told a friend how amazing it was that someone writing for a middle-grade audience could still capture and entertain adult readers. Having just finished the audio version of this title, she agreed with me completely.

A follow-up to the wonderful world of Fablehaven, Mull has gifted us with an engrossing story which promises to be every bit as wonderful, humorous, and nail-biting as its predecessor. Dragonwatch pulls us right into the action, back with the Sorensons, at the preserve, with Kendra and Seth ready to continue their training in a world of magic.

The end of their last adventure still fresh in their minds, and its political (in the world of magic) consequences beginning to come to light, means that Kendra and Seth have enough to worry about without adding the sizable problem of a dragon uprising.

Kendra is still Kendra - responsible, cautious, kind, and following the rules. But she has also learned when to improvise and that, perhaps, it's better to sometimes ask forgiveness than permission. Seth is still Seth - taking risks, leaping before he looks, though his previous adventures have given him a little more insight into weighing what is truly important. Does gold matter more than family? Does his life matter more than the secrets his family has long protected?

We return to familiar places, but with a new mission. Brandon Mull proves quickly, through his adept writing of teenage heroes, that the years between the last Fablehaven book and Dragonwatch have not dulled his talent or ability to put a fresh take on familiar characters and scenarios. I am incredibly pleased by this book and I am only upset we now go back to waiting a whole year between installments!

My daughter is working her way through the Fablehaven series and has redoubled her time spent reading after watching me read Dragonwatch. It helped that she walked in on me exclaiming, out loud to the pages of the book, "Well, THAT can't be good!" When a book makes me react aloud, my family members take note of the title, because they know they will want to read it next. Mull does an excellent job of pulling us into the world of the magical preserves and it's always hard to emerge again.

Don't forget to Drink the Milk as you head into this wonderful first book of a promising new series!
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5.0 su 5 stelle An Awesome Sequel to the Fablehaven Series! 24 aprile 2017
Di D.E.Williams - Pubblicato su
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Another Brandon Mull winner! If you enjoyed Fablehaven - or even just liked it a little - you're going to love Dragonwatch. We see Seth at his 13-year-old best mischievous self, And Kendra trying to mature into a responsible young woman while keeping an eye on her adventurous younger brother (who honestly must believe that he's ten-foot tall and bulletproof). We are introduced to Calvin, the Tiny Hero, and get to meet up again with Bracken, the superstar unicorn, and Kendra's "one and only". Old friends are not forgotten as new ones are introduced. Dilemmas and adventures abound. I love that the kids always realize that there are consequences to their decisions. And that their actions don't happen in a vacuum. Other people's interests and safety are always involved. Even Seth seems to take the responsibilities they are given a little more seriously.
The adventure this time involves a draconic rebellion. The dragons are trying to break out of the sanctuaries that protect them and humankind from each other. And, of course, the Sorenson kids end up right in the middle of it, and largely on their own. But help comes from unexpected places. And Seth's final gambit will not disappoint. The story is wide open for the next book in the series. Come on, Mr. Mull! We're all waiting to wrap up the Five Kingdoms series, but please hurry along Dragonwatch Book 2, as well! And thanks for another great adventure!