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Publisher's Summary

The adventure continues in this third book of the epic multiplatform fantasy series.

Erdas is a land of balance. A rare link, the spirit animal bond, bridges the human and animal worlds. Conor, Abeke, Meilin, and Rollan each have this gift-and the grave responsibility that comes with it.

But the Conquerors are trying to destroy this balance. They're swallowing whole cities in their rush for power - including Meilin's home. Fed up with waiting and ready to fight, Meilin has set off into enemy territory with her spirit animal, a panda named Jhi. Her friends aren't far behind...but they're not the only ones.

The enemy is everywhere.

Β©2014 Garth Nix and Sean Williams (P)2014 Scholastic Inc.

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  • RLR
  • New England
  • 04-23-16

4th grade book report would recommend

I think the story was really good. The narrator did a good job with the different voices for the characters. My mom made me follow along with the book.

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GREAT!!!

It's fantastic! If you want to lisen to this you have read or listen to the other two. It's great and I love it 🐼

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Excellent

I love this book series even though I am older. It just keeps getting better and better.

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Awesome

I read this book and it is amazing hope you
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Great story but

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes I really enjoyed this book but to short

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Really fun but to short . The series could have been done in fewer books.

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Awesome

I really liked this book. It taught the characters lessons and was full of suspense.

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Blood ties

You meet new people in the book. I think it's a wonderful book it brings out my heart. Chloe

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  • Ellie
  • Vancouver
  • 11-07-16

Review from 9 y/o daughter

I really like this book it was really exciting and adventurous.i hope you like this book as much as i did to.and you should read this book.πŸ―πŸΌπŸΊπŸ¦πŸ‘πŸ˜„πŸ˜πŸ‘.

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  • EC W
  • 08-12-15

Exciting but definitely the middle of a series

Whilst some books in a series stand alone, this is DEFINITELY a book 3. Our heroes get back together in order to collect a talisman, talking all the while about the fact that they have more talismans to get, that the war is progressing and that there isn't much hope - translation: there's another book after this people, look out for it.

The boys (aged 7 & 9) are enjoying this series, but I have to say I found this book to be pretty similar to the last one. There is lots of fantasy action, more bonding with your spirit animals (which spring to life from the dormant state as a tattoo on your arm) and more team bonding. Which is all great, but (as an adult) I'd just like a bit more plot for my money. At this rate the series will take about 12 books; not going anywhere fast. Sigh.

The nail in the coffin for me was the narrator, Nicola Barber, who believes that an anquished, softly wistful tone needs to be used to signify every thing from longing, to regret, to terror, to joy. This is fine in short bursts but as this book contains large amounts of warfare, she seemed to be constantly whispering in a high, girly, plaintive tone. It made me want to shake her and tell her to man up, plus the kids kept asking me to turn the sound up. I'm not sure I want to listen to the next book if this keeps up, the boys however would disagree I'm sure as they are loving the plot line. I might insist they read the next one themselves.

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  • DF
  • 03-29-15

Continuing well

What can I say, the story continues to improve as we go from book to book

Bring on the final episode!

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  • Lianne
  • 11-01-15

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