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5.0 out of 5 starsThe Most Giving People in the World
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2019
The people who man/woman, donate time to the Pantry are amazing. They give, give, not only of their time but of their love and devotion. Everyone from those who sort cans to those who are one on one with the clientele are the best. There are never any questions. Never any decisions about who should or should not receive. There are so many people just one paycheck away from needing help. The Lord's Pantry is there for all who live within the Downingtown School District. God Bless the Lord's Pantry.
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2018
My son was so excited to receive this book for Valentines Day. This is a very engaging series. Not to mention at the end of each book there is a cool recipe to bake. The only down fall is that the final book of this series can only be found in ebook version. My son likes to keep series of books he read on shelf.
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2014
In true Conn fashion, there is lot's of trouble tumbling down hill - all aimed at Conn! I don't want to give away any of the story line and ruin the surprise, but Sarah Prineas is a great yarn spinner, who makes totally lovable characters the reader can't help but care about. This long awaited story didn't disappoint - now we just have to try to wait patiently, hopefully for another book in this series! Will Rowan and Embre fall in love? What about Benet and Captain Kerrn? And is there a lady out there for Nevery somewhere? Only time - and Sarah - will tell! :)
* Please note: I paid for my book, and it was worth every penny!
Overall it was a fun adventure in the series- sometimes it doesn't read true- actions seem to initiate more from the author than from the characters- but after two or three chapters it seems to smooth out and feel more genuine. This book, like the others reads a little young- it doesn't have the layered storytelling that say HP had in its early books- which means that it requires a little more indulgence from older readers, but there is a good rollicking adventure here and if you stick with it, it is a fun addition to the series.
If you're looking for sophisticated adult fantasy literature, this book is not for you. However, if you're interested in a quick, entertaining read - and don't get hung-up on the fact that you're reading something a middle-schooler would probably like - this book is for you. As one of my nieces has often said to me, some of the most creative stories come from those that are aimed at younger readers. This series certainly validates that notion. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Wonderful book! This story did not disappoint, it flowed from the first chapter all the way through. The characters capture you just as much as the other three books. This is a book that I will enjoy reading over and over again. Thank you to Sarah Prineas for another amazing story!
More adventures for Conn...everybody is trying to protect and control him, for his own good, and of course we all know how well That is going to be received. STRANGE things are happening both in the city, and with the magic and only Conn can fix it. Or can he? Buy this one, for yourself, for any kids you care about, for your Library! This series rocks!
5.0 out of 5 starsMy kids really enjoyed this whole series
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2014
My kids really enjoyed this whole series, I like the style of writing, and many of the themes in the book kindled some great discussions with my oldest son (8 years old). I have recommended this series to others already, it's well written and it was enjoyable to read aloud to my boys (not always the case with kids books).
5.0 out of 5 starscan keep the magic calm enough to save the city?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 1, 2015
the next book ihas more chapters.an finds conn with choices to make. along with his dragon he once again has to save the city an help the magic. an choose what he wants to be. wont spoil the story for you but its a good read easy for boys an girls of any age. an adults alike .