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  1. says:

    While there were some nice ideas in this novel they were difficult to find beneath its rushed and undeveloped plot The uestors visit each of the three worlds in turn spending less than seventy pages in each Perhaps if each of these worlds had

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    Not uite as good I remembered and I may have been influenced by the fact that the author is the sister of one of the nicest people I know and a dear friend but still a fine fantasySci Fi novel for middle grade readers I notice some people have commented that it isn't original and while that's true to a certain extent what fantasy and especially children's fantasy is particular originalUpdate having read it a third tim

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    2020 EDIT Reread as an adult 'uestors' remains a three star but is no longer on my shelf Nowadays I am very unco

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    Lennon Joan uestors 359 p McELderry Simon and Schuster 2007 Three children are taken from the lives they know thrown together in a strange place and then told that not only are they siblings but that their destiny is to sav

  5. says:

    I love Mrs Macmahonney 😍 The overall story was solid although the characters were a bit flat and the world building could have used a bit background but for a middle grade novel this was uite good

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    This book is dystopian fantasy which a rather odd combination

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    In the universe in which Madlen Bryn and Cam live there are not one but three very different worlds—and they each live in a different one Madlen lives in Trentor Bryn lives in Kir and Cam lives in Dalrodia One day progresses normally for all three of them until each kid is pulled out of school and taken to what is called The Londo

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    An inexplicable energy leak heralds the end of space and time as we know it The five Prelates in charge of the three Worlds and generally just about everything else except the kitchen have to come up with a plan fast and what better t

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    I recommend this book to someone who really likes fantasy a lot In this book there are three worlds and each world is really different from another It is really fantasy because there are dragons and magical powers Fantasy is one of my favorite genres so I really did enjoy reading this book It keeps my mind off reality and I was able to connect to the three main characters because they are both children just like me This book is really diffe

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    This book intrigued me three kids from the same planet but different worlds They know nothing about each other and yet they have the same mother the three of them go on a huge mission to save there worlds from colliding There are three worlds Dalrodia Kir and Trentor the three worlds are parallel universes tha

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F Power that will restore the balance But things go wrong when the Heroes are needed ten years earlier than expected and three confused kids set off to save the worlds Madlen Bryn and Cam have no idea what they're looking for or where they'll find it What they do know is I love Mrs Macmahonney The overall story was solid although the characters were a bit flat and the world building could have used a bit background but for a middle grade novel this was uite good Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers years earlier than expected and three confused kids set off to save the worlds Madlen Bryn and Cam have no idea what they're looking for or where they'll find it What they do know is I love Mrs Macmahonney The overall story was solid although the characters were a bit flat and the world building could have used a bit background but for a middle grade novel this was uite good

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That to fail would mean unthinkable disaster It's a pity then that someone is determined to stop them From the icebound city of the dragons to the magical kitchen of The London House Joan Lennon has crafter a highly inventive story that is fast paced fantastical and fun An inexplicable energy leak heralds the end of space and time as we know it The five Prelates in charge of the three Worlds and generally just about everything else except the kitchen have to come up with a plan fast and what better than the Traditional Option Only they ran out of time and now Madlen Bryn and Cam have been called to fulfill their destiny as Heros before they ve had a chance to grow up Three Worlds three uests three Magical Objects how hard could it beIf that sounds like the story isn t taking itself seriously that s exactly the case Although the uest certainly is a good chunk of the story the book isn t above making fun of itself and the way things are Traditionally Done And it is a wild ride From a world where math is so advanced it s practically magic to a world of dragons it s always a surprise where the kids find themselves nextAlthough the story wraps up well it leaves plenty of room for a seuel Although where Madlen Bryn and Cam might end up next is anyone s guess I rate this book Recommended

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Three worlds held in perfect balance Nothing can change that Well nothing except a cataclysmic disruption in the Space Time Continuum Luckily the people in charge have a plan Create three perfect Heroes the best of each world and send them on a uest to find the Objects o While there were some nice ideas in this novel they were difficult to find beneath its rushed and undeveloped plot The uestors visit each of the three worlds in turn spending less than seventy pages in each Perhaps if each of these worlds had been fleshed out into a story in its own right the book would have held my interest but instead it felt as though the author was just rushing through them at a breakneck pace stopping by so briefly that she did not have time to expand on her rather basic ideasThe early chapters of the novel were similarly weak Lennon gave no impression of what the children and their respective worlds were like before they were rounded up and pushed off on their uest The Prelates did not even take the time to adeuately explain what was expected them leaving the reader as in the dark as the uestors as to what their mission entailedCharacters in the story were also very flat and undeveloped None of the uestors received any real character growth despite a major plot point being how they had all been corrupted by the villain Only Bryn noticeably showed any traits that set him apart from his ultra masculine race as he liked to draw which is apparently effeminate Neither Cam nor Madlen showed any uniue characteristics beyond the fact that Madlen was a bit uptight and obsessed with rules while Cam was well an itThis gender neutral pronoun irked me most of all It just sounds like an insult every time its uttered like Cam is just an object Surely the author could have come up with her own term or used one of the ones out there that are actually accepted by gender neutral individuals Surely no one would choose to be called an itFinally there was the villain referred to for most of the story as the Preceptor I m not going to spoil anything for you here but let s just say that their climatic moment was a bit of a let down There was not a single hint within the story as to what the Preceptor s true identity was and their motivation for destroying the entire Universe was virtually non existent I love a strong villain but unfortunately uestors was unable to deliverAll in all this novel was a big disappointment I don t know how the rest of the author s work compares to this one but it didn t really make me keen to read any