[AZW] ↠ The Shadow Keeper | by ☆ Abi Elphinstone

The Shadow Keeper By Abi Elphinstone,

  • Title: The Shadow Keeper
  • Author: Abi Elphinstone
  • ISBN: 9781471122712
  • Page: 262
  • Format: ebook
  • Moll Pecksniff and her friends are living as outlaws in a secret cave by the sea, desperate to stay hidden from the Shadowmasks But further along the coast lies the Amulet of Truth, the only thing powerful enough to force the Shadowmasks back and contain their dark magic So, together with Gryff, the wildcat that s always by her side, and her best friends Alfie and Sid, MMoll Pecksniff and her friends are living as outlaws in a secret cave by the sea, desperate to stay hidden from the Shadowmasks But further along the coast lies the Amulet of Truth, the only thing powerful enough to force the Shadowmasks back and contain their dark magic So, together with Gryff, the wildcat that s always by her side, and her best friends Alfie and Sid, Moll must sneak past smugglers, outwit mer creatures and crack secret codes to save the Old Magic With at stake than ever before and the dark magic rising fast, can Moll and her friends stop the Shadowmasks before it s too late Perfect for fans of J.K Rowling, Piers Torday and Michelle Paver.
    The Shadow Keeper Moll Pecksniff and her friends are living as outlaws in a secret cave by the sea desperate to stay hidden from the Shadowmasks But further along the coast lies the Amulet of Truth the only thing pow

    One thought on “The Shadow Keeper”

    1. WOW As the much anticipated second instalment in this trilogy, The Shadow Keeper exceeds expectation Once again, the story is complex, the characters brave, endearing, frustrating Right from the very first scene, the pace never slackens as we race across land and sea to find the amulet containing Moll s mother s soul There s magic aplenty, with smugglers, kelpies and lighthouse keepers all thrown in for good measure An absolute masterclass in BIG ACTION SEQUENCES This is UKMG at its finest Bring [...]

    2. I can t even remember the last time I thought a sequel in a series was better than the first book, especially when it s the middle book of a trilogy Utterly loved this, magic and fun all the way to the end D

    3. Well where do I start Abi is a pure and utter genius From start to finish, I was so engaged with the text and I am beyond excited for the final instalment It was great to be reunited with Moll and Gruff, but it was also lovely to be introduced to Puddle, Scrap and Willow I found myself intrigued as to what Moll and Siddy were going to get up to and what dark forces they were going to face at times I wanted to be there with them Now since last summer, there have not been many books that have real [...]

    4. A thrilling tale with such lovable and loathable characters The magical elements of Over Sea, Under Stone, Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings intertwine into a surprisingly still original adventure story.

    5. Originally published at solittletimeforbooks.The Dreamsnatcher was one of my very favourite reads last year and I fell even head over heels with The Shadow Keeper.Abi Elphinstone s writing is even wonderfully vibrant than I remembered It s so physical and lively that I felt like I was with Moll, Gryff, Siddy and Alfie every step of the way I was so caught up in the adventure that I barely managed to write any review notes which I usually do unfailingly there was too much to experience for me t [...]

    6. I put off reading this sequel as I didn t want to be disappointed after the Dreamsnatcher as I loved it so much I needn t have worried as The Shadowkeeper is brilliant, even better I feel than the first Abi Elphinstone has shown her development as an author by strengthening her characters especially Siddy and tightening the storyline in a truly inspirational way It is full of fast paced adventure and the well informed description in the book brings the whole story to life I could not put it down [...]

    7. finished reading this and then straight into the next in the trilogyally good read This book picks up where the last one stops with Moll looking for the second amulet of truth and her quest to find them loved the twists and turns in the story and looking forward to how the book concludes recommend

    8. 4.5 stars or maybe 5 I really, really enjoyed this one, and a lot than the first one, which is saying something.The characters, the adventures and friendships made were just so much fun to read about.Here we meet new characters Scrap, Willow and Puddle who are just as lovable as the other one s especially Gryff Maybe I ll write a better Review some other day but for now this is it I definitely recommend this series to mature and older children who love dark middle grade stories about magic, ad [...]

    9. A great fantasy adventure with gypsies, smugglers, a Wildcat, wolves and lots of peril This is book two in the Dreamsnatcher series and it is an exciting read I raced through it and really enjoyed it Now I m reading the third in the series Suitable for KS3 boys and girls.

    10. This is an amazing book I have read The Dream Snatcher as well Abi Elphinstone is an amazing author This book has lots of tension Will Moll find the second amulet before the Shadowmasks

    11. The second instalment in Abi Elphinstones amazing dream snatcher series, this was a book I simply couldn t put down Full of magic and friendship, the story puts some unique twists onto old tales and fully captured my imagination I absolutely loved it After defeating the first group of shadowmasks, Moll and her friends must now battle an even scarier and powerful trio of witch doctors Determined to destroy the old magic of the forest, the witchdoctors use their dark magic to hunt Moll down, inte [...]

    12. The Shadow Keeper, by Abi Elphinstone, is the sequel to The Dreamsnatcher, which was one of my top 3 books of last year So let s get that out of the way is it as good as The Dreamsnatcher No.It s even better Everything I loved about The Dreamsnatcher is present in The Shadow Keeper, but so More fun More excitement More monsters, magic, wildness and catapults So if you liked The Dreamsnatcher, you ll love The Shadow Keeper.As the books begins, Moll and friends are in hiding in a secret sea cav [...]

    13. I was sent The Shadow Keeper for review and read it straight after the first book in the series and loved it After the events of The Dreamsnatcher , Moll and the gang are back doing everything they can to find the next amulet and stop the Shadowmasks In their latest adventure, Moll, Gryff, Alfie and Siddy face off against the evil Darkbite and Ashtongue as the land around them becomes corrupted by dark magic We get to see of the gypsy magic as Moll tries to cast the Oracle Bones to help them fi [...]

    14. What a brilliant continuation of the Dreamsnatcher story Moll and her friends are back, but with some new characters and lots of new peril to face The pace never lets up and the tension builds from chapter to chapter Then, underying all the excitement and danger, is the friendship that binds the main characters The strength of their connection forms a solid heart to the book The author has a real talent for drawing the reader in until we care equally for all her characters If that s not enough, [...]

    15. Fantastic continuation from The Dreamsnatcher Abi Elphinstone certainly knows how to keep her young heroine on her toes Poor Moll is really put through the wringer in this and it s impossible not to root for her and her gang, the Tribe This is a brilliant book about friendship, bravery and doing the right thing, as well as the wonders of the outdoors Can t wait for book 3 but naturally, I have to these things take time when you travel the globe for research in order to include authentic adventur [...]

    16. I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review A brilliant sequel that lives up to it s predecessor My only complaint was that because it was book 2, I already knew the rough shape the plot would take since it pretty much follows the latter half of book 1, just in detail, which took some of the mystery out of it However it was still utterly fabulous and I highly, highly recommend you pick it up But read book 1 first because it s book 1 and you need to

    17. Great rollercoaster ride of an adventure book for ages 9 Fabulous fierce heroine, richly imagined world of magic and secrets and bad guys with names like Barabarous Grudge What s not to like

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *