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  • jeffdaboss
    jeffdaboss added a book review.
    For those who have read the entire series, I advise you to get it. I also advise you to be warned. The series is amazing, but this book will annoy you. The author is different, so all the drawing can just make you annoyed. Also, the plot just seemed weird. It just didn't have the normal vibe it used to. Where is Chris Tebbetts, the co-author to most of the series? This book just wasn't as good as the rest.
    1 day ago
  • jeffdaboss
    jeffdaboss added a book review.
    This comic book is pretty mediocre. It's about these three kids who all have different backgrounds. Oona is an awkward sand dancer who has a bit of a rebellious spirit. An is a poor boy who has an special power. Jax is an athlete with a special advantage that almost no one knows about.They all meet in their own ways because of an attack on Beacon Day. Beacon Day is when the beacon of the Sand Castle is lit, but the attack was from the Toki race, and the Toki people took all other sand dancers so it would be impossible to light the beacon. With Oona, An, and Jax on a quest to light the beacon, they start to learn more about each other, and set up the start of a whole series. The book is kind of confusing. This book is geared more towards anime and comic book fans. I give this book 3 stars.
    1 day ago
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    By Mark Siegel, Alexis Siegel
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  • super10
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    I would love to win this book, because I love to learn about how libraries work, and this could help show me in a fun, intense, and competitive manner!
    4 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9's book review was featured in The Uncommoners #1: The Crooked Sixpence.
    This book stars out Ivy Sparrow and her older brother in an ambulance, rushing their Granma Sylvie to the hospital. But they have no idea what is in store for them once after they arrive. Right away Granma Sylvie is taken into care. Ivy and Seb's parents are on their way. All appears to be fine(except for the strange man Ivy saw poking around the hospital). But then Ivy and Seb return home-to find it completely trashed. When they are investigating the scene, a strange force of toilet-brush wielding policemen show up. To make things worse they want Ivy and Seb! Ivy and Seb manage to escape with the help of another fugitive Valian. After they arrive at their destination they are amazed. They find themselves in an underground world-Lundinor. In Lundinor, ordinary objects have incredible powers. There are buttons with healing powers, talking bells, candles that make the holder invisible. But the world of Lundinor has secrets buried. Ivy and Seb discover that their family is connected to this uncommon world, and they have no idea of who they can trust. They must race to discover the truth and get to the bottom of hidden history before time runs out. One thing I liked about this book is that it started out with a bang. The story starts right away, with plenty of action. I also like how all the information we receive about this uncommon world is woven into the story, so it doesn't distract from the story. I'm very excited to read the second installment in this series! Jennifer Bell did an amazing job of creating this underground world, it is a completely new concept. I haven't read anything like it, making it even more enjoyable. I recommend this book to middle school and high school readers. I think older elementary kids would also enjoy it. I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.
    12 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    This book stars out Ivy Sparrow and her older brother in an ambulance, rushing their Granma Sylvie to the hospital. But they have no idea what is in store for them once after they arrive. Right away Granma Sylvie is taken into care. Ivy and Seb's parents are on their way. All appears to be fine(except for the strange man Ivy saw poking around the hospital). But then Ivy and Seb return home-to find it completely trashed. When they are investigating the scene, a strange force of toilet-brush wielding policemen show up. To make things worse they want Ivy and Seb! Ivy and Seb manage to escape with the help of another fugitive Valian. After they arrive at their destination they are amazed. They find themselves in an underground world-Lundinor. In Lundinor, ordinary objects have incredible powers. There are buttons with healing powers, talking bells, candles that make the holder invisible. But the world of Lundinor has secrets buried. Ivy and Seb discover that their family is connected to this uncommon world, and they have no idea of who they can trust. They must race to discover the truth and get to the bottom of hidden history before time runs out. One thing I liked about this book is that it started out with a bang. The story starts right away, with plenty of action. I also like how all the information we receive about this uncommon world is woven into the story, so it doesn't distract from the story. I'm very excited to read the second installment in this series! Jennifer Bell did an amazing job of creating this underground world, it is a completely new concept. I haven't read anything like it, making it even more enjoyable. I recommend this book to middle school and high school readers. I think older elementary kids would also enjoy it. I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.
    12 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 has read this book.
    12 days ago
  • jeffdaboss
    jeffdaboss's book review was featured in Super Narwhal and Jelly Jolt: A Narwhal and Jelly Book.
    This book is a pretty good, quick read. It's about the narwhal and his best friend jellyfish who want to become superheroes. The become Super Narwhal and Jelly Jolt. They go on mini adventures, like becoming superheroes and turning a sea star into a real star. The book gives a little talk about interesting sea creatures and shows an adventure from Super Waffle and Strawberry Sidekick. Super Narwhal tries to figure out his superpower. To find out his superpower, you have to read the book! This book is great for young kids around the ages of 3-7, and a special moment can be made between parents and kids when reading this book.
    16 days ago
  • jeffdaboss
    jeffdaboss added a book review.
    This book is a pretty good, quick read. It's about the narwhal and his best friend jellyfish who want to become superheroes. The become Super Narwhal and Jelly Jolt. They go on mini adventures, like becoming superheroes and turning a sea star into a real star. The book gives a little talk about interesting sea creatures and shows an adventure from Super Waffle and Strawberry Sidekick. Super Narwhal tries to figure out his superpower. To find out his superpower, you have to read the book! This book is great for young kids around the ages of 3-7, and a special moment can be made between parents and kids when reading this book.
    16 days ago

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