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  • Copertina rigida: 420 pagine
  • Editore: De Agostini (16 maggio 2017)
  • Collana: Le gemme
  • Lingua: Italiano
  • ISBN-10: 8851149569
  • ISBN-13: 978-8851149567
  • Peso di spedizione: 739 g
  • Media recensioni: 5.0 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (2 recensioni clienti)
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 23.862 in Libri (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Libri)
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Come era già successo con il primo libro, il secondo di questa nuova saga mi ha attratta fra le sue pagine immediatamente! I personaggi sono ben curati e molto belli. Ancora una volta sono riuscita a vivere con la magia. Sì, questo libro è proprio magico.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 su 5 stelle 7 recensioni
5.0 su 5 stelle What an amazing MG fantasy series! 8 giugno 2017
Di Malissa Coy - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Where to begin with this book, except to say that I have enjoyed this series immensely. I know some of you are looking at this and saying UGH, Middle Grade Fantasy but this is so much more than your run of the mill Middle Grade anything. This book will have you completely enamored with the world and the characters, even down to the heroic, lovable, gigantic bat Hades.

Dream Magic is the second book in the Shadow Magic series and is a fantastic addition to the Shadow Magic realm. I am absolutely lost enthralled with this world and these characters. Lily's strength, her wit, her desire to do what is right for her land and people. She's a 13 year old girl thrust into an almost impossible situation but she faces each new challenge with her head held high and the knowledge that while she may fumble things every now and again she is doing all she can to be everything her people need. She is putting aside her childhood to lead and to lead with grace, honor, and dignity...or at least as much of all that as a 13 year old girl can. Thorn...oh Thorn, he is the epitome of a hero. He comes from nothing (though I have to wonder how true that will be in the end), he is brave, he is a bit brash, he is daring and more than occasionally reckless. He jokes of things like honor and station but he continually proves his honorable traits by caring for a land that is not his home, a people that do not always acknowledge his worth, and saving time and time again those that are well above his 'station' in life because he cares.

I love Lily and Thorn together as well, they are clearly still children yet we watch them battle with more than monster, we see them battle with growing 'teenage' feelings and Joshua writes it in such a way that while it is simple looks, jokes that aren't really as much of a joke as the parties might want the other to believe, and deep concern for each other. The friendship and possible budding 'relationship' between Lily and Thorn is not a huge part of the book and yet it is, it's this little teaser that readers will love because we so want these two to be happy and in the end we want them to be happy together. It is a beautiful bit of romance for a young reader who is just now finding that maybe boys and girls aren't so gross after all.

As if Lily and Thorn aren't enough I dare you to not fall in love with Mary, Tyburn (though you really need to go back to Shadow Magic for more of him), Wade, Hades (gah, that lovable bat who reminds me of Toothless!), the zombies...yes ZOMBIES, and all the secondary characters, even the evil ones. Joshua's world and character building are fantastic and will have you wanting to live in Castle Gloom even with Jewel Spiders and a villain that you can't help but hate and feel a bit sad for terrorizing Gehenna. The action and adventure are constant, making you keep turning pages until you realize that you haven't moved for three hours and you're almost done with the book, which means of course you have to stay there until you are done. It kept me...MOM, completely engrossed and younger readers will be absolutely enthralled. This may be a Middle Grade book, but it is a fantastic read for any Fantasy book lover. I suggest reading from book one, as I always do, but it isn't a must. You won't be completely lost, but you will have missed out on a bit of history about the characters and you won't have met Tyburn properly, which everyone must do to understand Thorn better. I am so excited that there will be a book three, I have so many hopes for this series and I can't wait to see if they work out and what happens next because honestly in this world, anything could happen! These books are a must for any middle grade class room in my opinion. You will have so many of your readers scrambling to get these books in their hands you may even want two sets. My 11 year old who is a huge Lord of the Rings and Hobbit reader (I can't even tell you how many times she has read those now...they are her version of my Pride and Prejudice addiction) is in love with this series, so I know if you have any fantasy reader in your house you will want these on your shelf!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Outstanding and unique children's book 24 aprile 2017
Di streetbook - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I have fallen in love with this new children's author. After reading the first book in the series I immediately started following his author page so I would not miss when this book came out. It is a slightly dark book (my favorite kind) with magic, zombies and good fighting evil. It is extremely well written, the characters are unique and interesting and I highly recommend this book.
5.0 su 5 stelle THIS BOOK IS THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ!!!😝😝😝 24 giugno 2017
Di Trixie Darling - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This book is so awesome! I love the suspense and the action. I recommend this book to any kid. I also love shadowmagic. This series has so much awesomeness! I am dying for burningmagic to come it. I think it will be as good as the others.
5.0 su 5 stelle Good book 13 giugno 2017
Di Amazon Fan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
My son loves it. He has another favorite author now.
4.0 su 5 stelle A fun, slightly dark (but not at all too dark) middle grade read 11 aprile 2017
Di Nicole Hewitt - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle
Dream Magic is great fun and highly imaginative. I wish I’d read the first book on the series, though—when the book was offered to me, I was told it was the second in a series, but that it was a standalone, and that was sort of true, in the sense that it had it’s own story arc, but it was definitely a continuation of the first book. On the positive side, it wasn’t confusing at all—Khan did a great job of “reminding” readers what had already happened, but I was missing a connection to those events (and the characters that went with them). Still, considering that, it’s actually amazing that I enjoyed the book so much—which is a testament to Khan’s storytelling skills.

What Fed My Addiction:

Complete story arc.
I mentioned this above, but it’s worth repeating because I think this is a fantastic feature in a MG series. Though the story very obviously is a continuation of book one, it has its own complete story arc. There is a new villain introduced and that villain’s story is resolved (with room for the possibility of continuation) by the end. If other MG readers are anything like my kids (especially my son when he was that age), this is key. My son as a middle schooler had a short attention span. He might pick up a series and start reading it again completely out of order. He also might binge-read a whole series or wait six months to read the next books. Series like these where each book can stand alone are (but are still very much a cohesive series) are perfect for him!

Darkly different.
I loved the supernatural creatures in this story and the way that Khan balances making them mostly harmless but still keeping them spooky. For instance, the zombies don’t go around attacking people for their brains—but they apparently do like to eat them. Plus, they’re decomposing and keep needing to be sewn back together. And they’re not great communicators (their speech sounds pretty much like moans and groans). I thought that this was a fun way to play with these supernatural characters and keep them very creepy without being truly horrific. There were lots of creatures too—ghosts, zombies, trolls (who were sort of seen as the enemy, but there were a few allies as well). And Lily’s obvious love for all her “people” was charming.

The consequences of magic.
One of the biggest themes of this book is Lily trying to learn how to control her magic and the consequences when she uses it. The people in her kingdom believe that a female who uses magic is a curse, so at first she has to hide her ability—but it soon becomes necessary to show the world. Every time Lily uses her magic, though (especially in her relative ignorance), it drains her and, even more importantly, it changes her. Since she doesn’t know what all the consequences will be, she has to be very careful. Of course, caution isn’t always possible when you’re being attacked by supernatural creatures!!

What Left Me Hungry for More:

Little bit of a slow start.
The beginning of the book felt a teensy bit slow to me, but I think the main reason for that was because it was establishing where these characters had ended up and the state of the kingdom after the last book. It was great to have that information, but since I wasn’t connected to those events or characters yet, it took me a little while to feel truly engaged. The action didn’t pick up until about a third of the way through the book when the first threat really showed up.

This was a fun, slightly dark (but not at all too dark) middle grade read. I highly recommend reading the first book instead of jumping in at this second installment. I waffled a little bit on my rating for this one between 3.5 and 4 stars but ended up landing on 4/5 stars because I’m fairly certain that if I had read the first book, I would have easily given it 4 stars.

***Disclosure: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given and all opinions are my own.***

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