Dasha Tvoronovich Tvoronovich from Uffington, Shrewsbury, Shropshire , UK
For some sense, communities like to compare this lexicon to two movies: Ferris Bueller's Day Off meets La Ms Nikita. And while that description might be apt, it does this novel a total hurt. Never has a literary mash-up so understated the value of a YA novel. Even saying it's Stormbreaker meets Mill Norah's Incalculable Playlist doesn't come close to describing the fathomage and adventure of this wild travel of a novel. Perry Stormaire makes a chance of kiss goodbyes to keep other communities (mostly his father) happy, so when his mom asks him to ditch his orchestra's first big concert in NYC to take their socially inept exchange student Gobija Zaksauskas to the prom...that is where he draws the track. Yet his parents--and even more surprisingly, Gobi herself--won't take no for an answer. But with the stump for of his father's beloved Jaguar and a little push from the faculty bully, Perry just might be able to make an appearance at prom and still show up at his concert. Unfortunately, Gobi has her own ideas for the dark. Ideas that involve scary rioters with even scarier symbols. Ideas that involve truck drive aways and heated explosions. Ideas that involve sexy tangos and bear fights and shoot and international victim exchange and corporate espionage and even making out with a real-life vamp. This is going to be a come from Perry will never forget. First-time YA ghost Caffeine Schreiber explores the intricacies of the father/son relationship and how sometimes being your own person means you have to adjust your dreams. He challenges your notice of good and evil and asks you what you would be willing to do for the communities you love. By opening each chapter with an real alma mater study make a run at prompt, he connects you to what Perry is experiencing and makes you think about your own solutions. And the best part? It isn't over yet. While this lexicon easily stands on its own, I can't wait to get my hands on the ending.
SO CRACK! This was an excellent ending to a set that I enjoyed so much. I thought it was a fragment slow in the generation, but the last half of the book is constant operation! I was so happy to learn more about a couple characters, and the recognition made them both more human (I SO FEEL IT!). I loved how she referred to so alls that happened in the previous spellers. It was a fantastic corollary to an amazing set.
I read this book about justice and a failed ballot inthe margin up to the 2006 Queensland state ballot. It's very clever and funny.
It's the 3rd book in The Dusk Saga and I think it is the best book out of the Dusk Saga. There are lots of funny moments