Eva Nine is at her bravest in the final book in the New York Times bestselling trilogy from the fantastical mind of Tony DiTerlizzi.All hope for a peaceful coexistence between humankind and aliens seems lost in the third installment of the WondLa trilogy Eva Nine has gone into hiding for fear of luring the wicked Loroc to her companions However, news of the city Solas being captured by the human leader, Cadmus Pryde, forces Eva into action once again With help from an unlikely ally, Eva tries to thwart Lorocs ultimate plan for both mankind and the alien life on Orbona Complete with lavish two color illustrations and spot art throughout, and starring a host of unforgettable characters that reinforce the importance of friendship, The Battle for WondLa has all the hallmarks of a classic bookof the future....
|Title||:||The Battle for WondLa (The Search for WondLa, Band 3)|
|Publisher||:||Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers 6 Mai 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||302 Pages|
|File Size||:||571 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Battle for WondLa (The Search for WondLa, Band 3) Reviews
... da ich gelesen habe, es würde keine deutsche Übersetzung geben. Aber das war nur eine Rezension, es gibt keine Pressemeldung dazu (sofern ich diese nicht übersehen habe).
The Battle for WondLa is the final piece in a three-book puzzle. When The Search for WondLa first appeared, my entire family was instantly hooked. Delightful, vibrant characters, a stunningly vivid world, and wholly original plot make DiTerlizzi's trilogy a must-read for any lover of fantasy. -actually, I take that back. I believe that anyone- despite age or genre preferences- would fall in love with the WondLa books. The characters are simply so REAL. They have wonderful flaws as well as wonderful strengths. They love. They are betrayed. They fight, they run; they win, they lose. Ultimately, friendship, loyalty and good emerge triumphant, and although I hated having to say goodbye to this universe, I was satisfied. DiTerlizzi manages to wrap up all loose ends, yet leave enough open so that the story never truly ends. You are not left wondering what will happen to the beloved characters, but you find yourself *imagining* what will, which is a drastic difference. (plus Tony DiTerlizzi's illustrations- gorgeous. whimsical. perfect. I often flip through the books simply for the joy of looking at the pictures.)So, if you enjoyed the first books, if you enjoy a good fantasy romp, if you seek adventure, if you long for a tale of sweeping discovery, if you want to rediscover the joy of a good, satisfying fiction, (ultimately- if you breathe) -- read this book, read this entire trilogy.I promise that you will not be disappointed.
I love this book series! Eva Nine is a wonderful heroine and I found her empathy compelling. This is a great book for 10ish and up I'd say. There is serious subject matter of abandonment, death, betrayal and mentions of tourture. I really enjoyed reading it with my daughter and we still reference it frequently. It's very interesting.
We need more than three in this series. My granddaughter was given the first in this series when she was 7, and really didn't plan to like it. But she has loved this series. I read it to her at night and she fought to stay awake! Now she's old enough to read the story on her own, but we have a tradition so I'm still the reader. And she does crafts! She is already hoping there will be a fourth. And fifth. These books are exciting, and at the same time show a wide range of behaviours in an imaginative setting. I've come to consider some of these characters as lovable and lasting as those of C.S. Lewis and many others.
My daughter was so ecstatic upon seeing this 3rd book, she has been asking me get her a copy but couldn't find one available in the Philippines...so I finally came around to getting from Amazon! I left it in the car and when we picked her up from school screamed to death out of excitement! Was even surprised to see it was signed!!! not sure if it was a printed signature though....I hope they make it into a movie!
Bought it for my 13 year old who read the first two of the trilogy. After he read in no time, he enthusiastically told me that it was awesome. His older sister read it too, and they both think it's one of the best books they have ever read. They both reread it at least a couple of times.