[chapter books Books] DOC Glasruhen Gate ✓ Catherine Cooper
Y interesting and has given me many ideas for my Tmbly book that I am writing for my own enjoyment and hope to be able one day to share her adventures with everyone who is interested in this genreNow back to the bookIf Jack is not successful in stopping an evil king who tried to take over the land of fae and is destroying the land that
Jack Lives InThis Destruction Is Having An Adverse Effect On lives inThis destruction is having an adverse effect on is living with his grandfather because of his mother s death and his father s ongoing employmentWhy would I recommend this series to everybody even adults all the way down to the age group it was meant to entertainDestruction of 2 worlds in love with a Fae and is not even aware of the feelings that run both waysSaves 2 worlds with the help of 3 very good friends I had mixed feeling about the first book The Golden Acorn but mixed feeling about the first book The Golden Acorn but decided to give it 3 stars I hoped the second book in the series would be fast aced and tightly The Undisputed Greatest Writer of All Time: A Collection of Poetry plotted As an adventure story for young readers you d expect a lot of brisk action right Well the book has its moments but itlods along with too many characters and side stories as well as too much talk and not enough action I still think there s a lot of otential in this series it s just not there yet The world Catherine Cooper has created is charming and the characters are just not there yet The world Catherine Cooper has created is charming and the characters are lot of fun I just haven t enjoyed the story as much as I expected This follow up to The Golden Acorn explores the world of Annwn the magical homeland As a chapter book for young readers it is well done but lacks any fast aced action and the characters are not real developed Like its redecessor the interesting setting and concept makes it an enjoyable if simple rea. 't want to let anyone down but he knows that he has to be courageous and overcome his doubts if they're to succeed Jack's extraordinary magical adventure continu. .
This is a verbal review from both a third and sixth grader who completed the book as a disclaimer I did not but then again a middle aged gray ha I thought this was a lovely uick read the story line is kept very basic and characters are continuously asking uestions in order to keep a child reader informed and to enable them to understand the Pure Chance plot this is something i was very aware of in both of the books so far I do have to say though how much i enjoy the characters which have been created a great sign of imagination and a whole new world has been invented for thisarticular story too which must #be uite a difficult thing to ull off #uite a difficult thing to ull off No 2 maybe could have been a longer no 1 book erhaps The ending is rather neat for this book and it could have ended herenow i guess i ll have to wait and see what the author has thought up for a new adventure in book 3i d imagine we ll be seeing some royalty erhaps Really looked forward to this but was sorely disappointed The storyline seems to be a collage of generally thought to Be Well Working Ideas No well working ideas no thread discernible for me Inconsistencies major ones Gwillam died in the first book For real Yet in the second one he is alive and well Plus he tells a story about ravens and the theft of the cauldron which simply does not fit into this timeline All in all a lot happens in the book but everything miraculously turns out well for the hero without him having to do anything at all Didn t like that Eh I liked The Golden Acorn a little bit better In Glasruhen Gate Jack learns about his owers and visits Annwn Moreso than the first book Jack relies on the adults to tell him what to do and how to solve his roblems I got a li. When Jack Brenin found out that beyond doubt he was 'The One' written about in ancient rophecy his whole life changed Now armed with the golden acorn his wand