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[[ KINDLE ]] ❃ The Book of Wonders Author Jasmine Richards – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

The Book of Wonders Magic, Djinn, Ogres, And Sorcerers Thirteen Year Old Zardi Loves To Hear Stories About Fantastical Beings, Long Banned From The Kingdom Of Arribitha But Anyone Caught Whispering Of Their Powers Will Feel The Rage Of The Sultan A Terrifying Usurper Who, Even With His Eyes Closed, Can See All When Her Own Beloved Sister Is Captured By The Evil Ruler, Zardi Knows That She Must Go To Any Lengths To Rescue Her Along With Her Best Friend, Ridhan A Silver Haired, Violet Eyed Boy Of Mysterious Origins And An Unlikely Crew Of Sailors Led By The Infamous Captain Sinbad, Zardi Ventures Forth Into Strange And Wondrous Territory With A Seemingly Impossible Mission To Bring Magic Back To Arribitha And Defeat The Sultan Once And For All.

[[ KINDLE ]] ❃ The Book of Wonders  Author Jasmine Richards – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Hardcover
  • 416 pages
  • The Book of Wonders
  • Jasmine Richards
  • English
  • 08 October 2017
  • 0062010077

    10 thoughts on “[[ KINDLE ]] ❃ The Book of Wonders Author Jasmine Richards – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    Review via Cracking the CoverSinbad Aladdin Scheherazade.They re names that evoke exotic locales and swashbuckling adventures Now you can add another name to that list Zardi.Zardi is the main character in Jasmine Richards The Book of Wonders, an exciting new adventure for middle readers.In the kingdom of Arribitha, magic is taboo Fantastical beings have long been banned Thirteen year old Zardi loves to hear stories of these things, but even those can call the rage of the sultan, who ru Review via Cracking the CoverSinbad Aladdin Scheherazade.They re names that evoke exotic locales and swashbuckling adventures Now you can add another name to that list Zardi.Zardi is the main character in Jasmine Richards The Book of Wonders, an exciting new adventure for middle readers.In the kingdom of Arribitha, magic is taboo Fantastical beings have long been banned Thirteen year old Zardi loves to hear stories of these things, but even those can call the rage of the sultan, who rules with an iron fist.When the sultan captures Zardi s sister, Zardi sets out on a quest to save her Accompanied by her best fri...


  2. says:

    I m never quite sure how I m going to feel about a Middle Grade book Clearly, I love YA, but Middle Grades are hit or miss for me I get nervous when Middle Grade is paired with other aspects that make me second guess whether I ll like a book, such as being high fantasy or longer than I expected again, hit or miss mentality I need not have worried The Book of Wonders by Jasmine Richards is a solid hit.As soon as I started the first chapter, I was eager to continue There is an ease of story I m never quite sure how I m going to feel about a Middle Grade book Clearly, I love YA, but Middle Grades are hit or miss for me I get nervous when Middle Grade is paired with other aspects that make me second guess whether I ll like a book, such as being high fantasy or longer than I expected again, hit or miss mentality I need not have worried The Book of Wonders by Jasmine Richards is a solid hit.As soon as I started the first chapter, I was eager to continue There is an ease of storytelling present that makes the whole book flow seamlessly Readers young and old will enjoy the epic adventure, energetic characters, smooth writing, and wonderful storytelli...


  3. says:

    Thirteen year old Zardi lives in the kingdom of Arribitha, where the sultan has banned magic, and anyone even heard talking about magic can be arrested Her best friend is Rhidan, a mysterious foreigner who was found abandoned as a baby and raised by Zardi s family Rhidan longs to know of his origins, and receives a clue from Sinbad the Sailor, but he must flee before Rhidan can getanswers The sultan of Arribitha is cruel and evil, and forces young girls to be take the position of Prais Thirteen year old Zardi lives in the kingdom of Arribitha, where the sultan has banned magic, and anyone even heard talking about magic can be arrested Her best friend is Rhidan, a mysterious foreigner who was found abandoned as a baby and raised by Zardi s family Rhidan longs to know of his origins, and receives a clue from Sinbad the Sailor, but he must flee before Rhidan can getanswers The sultan of Arribitha is cruel and evil, and forces young girls to be take the position of Praisemaker they are forced to announce executions and are eventually killed Zardi s parents try to ha...


  4. says:

    I m a fan of much of the Arabian Nights, and was delighted to run across this middle grade novel, which repurposes elements from the tales Sinbad, djinnis, the roc, mistaken identities, wishes governed by complicated rules but without the racism and misogyny that permeates the original tales So far, so good But, the book s writing leaves much to be desired Rather than the characters personalities driving the plot, the plot and author s need to work in exposition drives the characte I m a fan of much of the Arabian Nights, and was delighted to run across this middle grade novel, which repurposes elements from the tales Sinbad, djinnis, the roc, mistaken identities, wishes governed by complicated rules but without the racism and misogyny that permeates the original tales So far, so good But, the book s writing leaves much to be desired Rather than the characters personalities driving the plot, the plot and author s need to work in exposition drives the characterization completely in a given scene, the heroine goes from disgusted at the thought of the evil sultan, to grumbling about having to help with dinner, to tearing up at how infrequently she sees her father, to happy but guilty when her grandmother praises her skills with a kitchen knife That s in roughly two pages It s like watching a train pass by ...


  5. says:

    Initial Response This book oh goodness Literally left me in the dust.A_M_A_Z_I_N_GMagic, Djinn, Ogres, and Sorcerers Thirteen year old Zardi loves to hear stories about fantastical beings, long banned from the kingdom of Arribitha But anyone caught whispering of their powers will feel the rage of the sultan a terrifying usurper who, even with his eyes closed, can see all When her own beloved sister is captured by the evil ruler, Zardi knows that she must go to any lengths to rescue her A Initial Response This book oh goodness Literally left me in the dust.A_M_A_Z_I_N_GMagic, Djinn, Ogres, and Sorcerers Thirteen year old Zardi loves to hear stories about fantastical beings, long banned from the kingdom of Arribitha But anyone caught whispering of their powers will feel the rage of the sultan a terrifying usurper who, even with his eyes closed, can see all When her own beloved sister is captured by the evil ruler, Zardi knows that she must go to any lengths to rescue her Along with her best friend, Ridhan a silver haired, violet eyed boy of mysterious origins and an unlikely crew of sailors led by the infamous Captain Sinbad, Zardi ventures forth into strange and wondrous territory with a seemingly impossible mission to bring magic back to Arribitha and defeat the sultan once and for allHigh Lights COMPLEXITY And and complicated and.just CRAZY All the main characters Zardi is so brave and daring, but also sweet and c...


  6. says:

    I read The Book of Wonders in manuscript form a little while ago It is a page turning and gripping adventure that pulls the reader in The young Scheherazade is a brilliant heroine and the plot is filled with t...


  7. says:

    One Sentence Review Enjoyable enough but maybe one of the most forgettable little middle grade novels I ve ever read.


  8. says:

    For the duel, visit Dueling LibrariansLet me begin by saying that it pains me to write this review I begin all books with the anticipation and zest of a child awakening on Christmas morning, bursting to see what all those glossy packages might contain This is perhaps a faulty way to begin a book because my expectation can fall short, leaving me less than happy by the tale s end Sadly, that is what happened with Jasmine Richards first novel, The Book of Wonders.A victim of circumstance, I foun For the duel, visit Dueling LibrariansLet me begin by saying that it pains me to write this review I begin all books with the anticipation and zest of a child awakening on Christmas morning, bursting to see what al...


  9. says:

    I d like to thank Once Upon a Twilight for giving me the opportunity to be on this book review tour.Now, on with the showerreview I have to admit that I was a little leery about reading this book because of the age range but I trudged along and slowly got swept away in Zardi s adventures I have to say, she was very brave for only being thirteen and I admired her for that She was a little firecracker and when she set her mind to doing something, she followed through until it was f I d like to thank Once Upon a Twilight for giving me the opportunity to be on this book review tour.Now, on with the showerreview I have to admit that I was a little leery about reading this book because of the age range but I trudged along and slowly got swept away in Zardi s adventures I have to say, she was very brave for only being thirteen and I admired her for that She was a little firecracker and when she set her mind to doing something, she followed through until it was finished I think back to when I was thirteen and though my life was nothing like Zardi s, I don t think I ...


  10. says:

    First Impression Just reading the description of The Book of Wonders gives me a sense of adventure When I heard the name Sinbad, it brought me to think about Aladdin and the other tales of Arabian Nights and made meexcited to read this book.While Reading I was drawn in from the beginning Richards sets up a rich world, full of an evil sultan, a deadly hunt, and a boy with a mysterious past Zardi sees her own sister and father captured before her and decides to embark on a journey to fi First Impression Just reading the description of The Book of Wonders gives me a sense of adventure When I heard the name Sinbad, it brought me to think about Aladdin and the other tales of Arabian Nights and made meexcited to read this book.While Reading I was drawn in from the beginning Richards sets up a rich world, full of an evil sultan, a deadly hunt, and a boy with a mysterious past Zardi sees her own sister and father captured before her and decides to embark on a journey to find a group of people opposed to the sultan If she can find them, she can stop her family from dying at the sultan s hands Her adopted brother Rhidan follows her, curious about his origins and together they set off to sea Their journey takes them far, as Rhidan discovers his magic and blows them to an unknown land filled with huge birds and snakes at war with ...

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