: The Shadow Thieves (The Cronus Chronicles) (): Anne Ursu, Eric Fortune: Books. The Shadow Thieves. Anne Ursu, Author, Eric Fortune, Illustrator Atheneum Books $ (p) ISBN After her cousin Zee arrives, year-old Charlotte and he must set out to save humankind from forces of the underworld: Nightmares, Death, Pain, and a nasty.
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I had given her the 2nd and 3rd ones and she wanted this one.
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Once you get used to the casual style, it’s very easy to get sucked into the book, not returning until you reach the last page! Not as vibrant, intricate, or detailed as the Percy Jackson series.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Like Riordan’s Lightning Thief series this is a modern take on Greek mythology. True Crime Children’s Books. Ajne it’s not the white-faced, yellow-eyed men in tuxedos who follow Charlotte everywhere. They’re smart and interesting and I adore being inside their heads and getting to know them. One person found this helpful. It was a good blend of modern times and Greek mythology. Charlotte also finds a kitten in the middle of the street and who just wouldn’t stop following her.
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Showing of 49 reviews. Charlotte and her visiting British cousin, Zee, are entangled up to their necks in an Underworld plot propagated by a disgruntled garbage collector. The book could use some serious editing, as I felt it should have been half the lengt I struggled to read this book, and I worked and worked to finish it. Mar 11, Kate rated it liked it Recommended to Kate by: Jul 08, Dawn Teresa rated it it was ok Shelves: I grew really attached to the charecters.
The characters suffered significantly from the drawn-out pacing, such that neither one of them seemed to have much personality despite actually doing shqdow kinda cool stuff. See all 3 questions about The Shadow Thieves….
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And it’s not the white-faced, yellow-eyed men in tuxedoes, who follow Charlotte everywhere. Want to Read saving…. Mar 28, Brandy rated it really liked it Shelves: At the end of the day it missed for me in every way imagainable and suggest that this book along with the rest of the series should be given shaadow the souls in Tartarus being tormented as punishment.
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The villains are more sketchy. So, if you want to try a “Greek god” fantasy and your reader may be a little young for Percy, it seems to me that this would be a really good bet. He is proper, of mixed heritage and does not feel he fits in with others in his new school. I’ll try to read anything by her. Quite ordinary, in fact.
Aug 05, Nannah rated it liked it Shelves: There was a problem adding your email address. Exactly what i ordered. Loki’s Wolves Blackwell Pages. Refresh and try again.
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In this part you can see some action and it is essential to understand what comes next and some things from the beginning. The writing style is great, and the book for me was easy to get through.
It’s not the sudden arrival of her cousin Zee, who believes he’s the cause of a mysterious sickness See that girl, the one with the bright red hair, overstuffed backpack, and aura of grumpiness?
No, the extraordinary event will not be related to that man watching her behind the oak tree This book was good. Write your own comment on this book! If I chose one word to describe this book, it would be “eh”. What’s so extraordinary is not any one of these things Well, the kitten isn’t a problem, but everything else is, and Charlotte and Zee need to figure things out and save the world Like I remember thinking and acti I’m in the middle of this right now, and it is fantastic.
For instance, there were moments where I could skip pages and not miss anything important to the story. Anyway, a decent book. The kids in my life have read it and enjoyed it a I don’t read a LOT of “kids books” for the most part but because there are a lot of kids in my life, I do upon occasion and I’m pretty familiar with what’s out there. Thats exactly what it was for me something to “get through”, something to “bare until the end”, in which the end always seemed so far away.
Charlotte has always been careful to remain unremarkable.
I probably won’t bother with the next book in the series; there just wasn’t enough character development or plot intricacy to keep me connected. There are very few books I’ve started and not finished, and this was one of them.
The writing style of this book was NEVER that and included a well-advanced vocabulary and a great sarcastic wit xhadow the humor that kept me entertained – even as an adult.