Tuesday, January 5, 2010

The Fablehaven series

I love these books. My dad just finished the forth and we are both excited for the fifth book coming out in March 2010. Having my dad read the books makes it seems we have our own little secrets and we talk about the books, even though Vince Flynn is his favorite author, I know he likes to read them. I appreciate the details Brandon Mull goes into to describe the creatures and places that are visited. Wow, who would have known Gavin was Navarog. That threw me off. Anyways, I will write later about this book since I have school tomorrow. Bye.

Sorry if there are any misspelled words, I'm tired.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

My take on Eragon

Eragon is a tantalizing read for Harry Potter, and The Secrets of the immortal Nicholas Flamel fans. It has plenty of magic, dragons, betrayal, love. Eragon the farm boy who gets thrown into the dying legacy of the Dragon Riders (the guardians of peace), before Galbatorix almost destroyed them all. Eragon has deep insights as to why he was chosen, he questions himself and who he is to become. While hunting in the Spine, the forest by Eragons home Carvahall, he finds a mystious blue stone that explodes in a raging turrant of fire when he almost bags a stag for home. Curiosity overiding caution, he takes the stone thinking he has the greatest find for a poor farm boy. Unknown to him, he has found one of the three existing dragon eggs. It soon hatches and he is thrust into a deadly world of magic and fate that the Dragon Riders face. He then finds himself fighting for himself and his dragon. He named the dragon Saphira. In order to restore his world plunged in chaos ,he must beat the Galbatorix.

I recommend this book because it was an interesting read. And so were the other parts of this series.

Holiday Books

Books that I recommend for the holiday's: Harry Potter, Artemis Fowl and Triology of Bartimaus. Nice solid books to read while it's cold outside.

The Harry Potter series is a great read I feel for the holiday's because of the magical wintery feel to it.

The Artemis Fowl series is a good saga to read starting off with cool intellgence, then warming up as he start's to open up the feelings that he rarely shows.

Then there's the witty, annoying and dry humor of the Dinnji named Bartimaus with Nathan, the boy who not knowing the Dinnji first hand, conjures him without knowing what he's in for.

Don't forget to bundle up and stir up the coals in the fireplace. I know I would.