Didn’t like the 2nd one that much. So, why did I read the 3rd one? Only because they were bundled together in one audio recording. Seriously, that’s all. This is a very predictable book, which I suppose you’re going to argue is expected because it is a young fiction but I just have to disagree. Just because it written for a younger audience doesn’t mean it can’t have surprises! It got to the point that there was one owl that I was hoping would just get off’d so I wouldn’t have to read about it any more. Yeah, that annoying. >.< I am not reading any more of this series. It pains me to know that there is a bunches more of them.
I spent a lot of time waiting for something to happen. This book felt more like a tour of the land and culture then a story. Not terrible, but nothing exciting either. There really isn’t much to say about this book… >.< This is the second book in the series.
This is not a retelling of the original novel. Instead it is a look at what comes after that first story. This is as laden with moral questions as the original novel. What are the responsibilities of the creator? Are we bound by where we come from? It looks at the meanings of life and the importance of things that we often take for granted. It looks at basic human emotions and our ability to choose. How important are Read the rest of this entry
This is a book that I first read when I was young. My introduction to Lloyd Alexander was actually through the movie the Black Cauldron. And the first book I read by him was the Remarkable Journey of Prince Jenn. Llyod Alexander has a beautiful written voice. It is smooth and fluid. Very easy to read Read the rest of this entry