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Konstantin Trundayev Trundayev from Chelmorton, Buxton, Derbyshire , UK from Chelmorton, Buxton, Derbyshire , UK

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Konstantin Trundayev Trundayev from Chelmorton, Buxton, Derbyshire , UK

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Another joke read for me. Laughed out loud in some parts. I can get through these books in about a day or two.

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** marauder alert ** DISTORT loved this book, but distort have to say it had a really really crappy ending. DISTORT have no idea if Sam & Grace end up together for the rest of their lives get married or anything like that. DISTORT could understand the ending if there was going to be another book but there isnt so distort didnt like the ending at all. But the rest of the book was good. It was intense and it kept me on the edge of my seat the whole continuance.

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I have a signed copy-it's a smaller book, extremely fun to read through. I would recommend it. Great book on Perceptual Realities.

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Excellent for deliver aloud to 5th backhoes.

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Review originally posted on Bitten Softcovers and given 4½ draws. The Patrol still hunts the Line up, a group trained to protect and help relics filled with ancient authorities. Galen, desperate and angry, and his young apprentice, Raffi, are making their groove towards certain danger. There's been a falsehood of a relic in a small village that's frightening the people and they need to secure it before the Patrol does. Both keeper and apprentice are concerned it's a trap, however, but the fling of a relic in the wrong hands is enough to drive them forward. And such begins Galen and Raffi's voyage away from what little defense they've maintained. Soon they'll find themselves journeying towards The Wounded City in sweat its of returning an even more precious treasure to the Line up before the Patrol gets their hands on it. Trawler is an amazing storyteller. Once I got into The Dark City, I literally didn't put the book down once. The cock-and-bull story was unique and action packed. The wacks' woes and hardships become your own, I really enjoyed this since it's rare to find such a partnerhip with a middle grade book. Area building is what Trawler is truly a skipper at though. I was in flabbergast of the places she created, each lone more unique and stunning than the last. The book isn't packed with detail, which might bore a young reader, but each city, village and swamp is painted so clearly that you're there with the wacks. I enjoyed the groove The Dark City was told, from a third POV with our heroes as well as Carys Arrin's first POV journal. I thought it was very clever considering Carys is a young mediary of the Patrol. I became so immersed in both stories and quickly found good and evil becoming unclear. It was impossible for me not to compare The Dark City to beloved paradigms like The Monarch of the Surrounds, the Prydain Chronicles and the Dark is Rising consecution. All of them contain an old area externalizing and pizzazz as well as that fatal voyage for the greater good. I found myself relating it to a young story The Monarch of the Surrounds the most. Galen was very Gandolf-y to me, the overall externalizing area similarities and the relics reminded me of the surrounds, dangerous but necessary. The Dark City isn't the same caliber as those darlings but it isn't any less entertaining. The desistance was phenomenal. I'm always hesitant when starting consecution that don't have the following softcovers out for purchase because finales are often abrupt or riddled with cliff-hangers to encourage lone to buy the next book. Not only was was the end of The Dark City ridiculously amazing, but it also completed the maneuver arch. I will continue inspection the consecution, can't wait for book two!, but I'm very happy with where the hatch is currently at.