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by Chris Riddell,Paul Stewart

  • Author: Chris Riddell,Paul Stewart
  • ISBN: 0385607229
  • ISBN13: 978-0385607223
  • ePub: 1648 kb | FB2: 1488 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Publisher: Doubleday UK (March 2, 2009)
  • Pages: 384
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 355
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The Edge Chronicles 10: The Immortals ePub download

THE EDGE CHRONICLES: The Twig Trilogy Beyond the Deepwoods Stormchaser Midnight over Sanctaphrax The Quint .

THE EDGE CHRONICLES: The Twig Trilogy Beyond the Deepwoods Stormchaser Midnight over Sanctaphrax The Quint Trilogy The Curse of the Gloamglozer The Winter Knights. Published in the United States by David Fickling Books, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books, a division of Random House, In. New York.

The Immortals is the 10th book of the Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell. It was released on 14 September 2010 in the United States and Canada. The book introduces the Third Age of Flight and the character Nate Quarter, and serves as a conclusion to the Quint, Twig and Rook sagas. The story is set approximately 500 years after Freeglader.

PAUL STEWART and CHRIS RIDDELL are the creators of the hugely successful Edge Chronicles, which have sold over three . I grew up with The Edge Chronicles since I received the 2nd book for Christmas in the 4th grade.

Their other collaborations include the Barnaby Grimes series and the Far Flung Adventures, the first of which, Fergus Crane, won the 2004 Gold Smarties Prize. I'm now 18 and discovered that I had not finished the whole series. Reading the last book I discovered the social and political underline that I never saw as a child.

The Edge Chronicles 10 book. Chris Riddell's illustrations are fantastic as usual, he does a great job depicting the intricate characters and architecture of the Edge. I enjoyed this, but it just didn't have the substance or appeal of earlier novels, and the characters didn't stand out as much as those from earlier books. I'm sure most long term fans would feel similarly.

Paul Stewart is a highly regarded author of books for young readers, most notably the bestselling Edge Chronicles and the .

Paul Stewart is a highly regarded author of books for young readers, most notably the bestselling Edge Chronicles and the Far-Flung Adventures. He lives in Bristol, England. Chris Riddell, co-creator of the Edge Chronicles and the Far-Flung Adventures, is an award-winning illustrator and political cartoonist. He lives with his family in Bristol, England.

The Immortals was the tenth Edge Chronicles book. It was not part of the Rook, Twig or Quint trilogies, but rather tied together all of the loose plot points from the three and was meant to be the final book. It took place 300 years after the start of the Third Age of Flight, and 500 years after the time of Quint. The story followed a young lamplighter from the phraxmines of the eastern Deepwoods named Nate Quarter.

by Paul Stewart, Chris Riddell. This is the final tale in the Edge Chronicles sequence and it's a fabulous climax to the most original and dramatic fantasy series being written today. Set years in the future, this book is ideal for new readers to discover the series before going back to read the 'history' of Twig, Rook and Quint. Packed with incredible illustrations from Chris Riddell, this is a wonderfully funny, moving and utterly inventive book.

Author: Paul Stewart & Chris Riddell ISBN 10: 0385616287. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Read full description. Their other collaborations include the Barnaby Grimes series and the Far Flung Adventures, the first of which, Fergus Crane, won the 2004 Gold Smarties Prize. Paul Stewart is the author of a number of previous titles for children including The Midnight Hand and The Wakening (a Federation of Children's Book Groups Pick of the Year) for the Yearling list.

For readers who love fantasy, the most spectacular Edge story yet!Nate Quarter, a young Lamplighter from the mines of the eastern woods, is propelled on an epic journey of self-discovery that encompasses tournaments, battles, revolutions and a final encounter with the Immortals themselves.This is the final tale in the Edge Chronicles sequence and it is a fabulous climax to the most original and dramatic fantasy series being written today. Set years into the future, this book is ideal for new readers to discover the series before going back to read the “history” of Twig, Rook and Quint.Packed with incredible illustrations from Chris Riddell, this is a wonderfully funny, moving and utterly inventive book.
Ieregr
We have been committed Edge Chronicles fans for many years - for eight years in fact (I first read "The Stone Pilot" to her when she was three and she has loved Maughin and Prowlgrins ever since). Now, my daughter is ten, and she still adores this series -- we often return to the earlier stories, and so we were very excited when "The Immortals" arrived on my kindle for us to read together.

This book, however, was hard work and while it has many good points, it lacks the depth and passion of the earlier books. Having said that, I am eternally grateful to Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell for inspiring my child with a truly incredible pantheon of characters and a world that has broadened her imagination and growing mind. If you have a reader in your family who is seeking closure, then I think you need to have this in your collection, if just for the closure.
Hulis
This is just an awesome book and series. It is hard to give it enough praise, but we have all read it multiple times. My 10 year old son refuses to stop reading the series from start to finish. Since purchasing this a few months ago he has read all 10 or so books 4-5 times through already. He always finds something new and interesting each time he reads it. For any fans of sci-fi and fantasy this is absolutely one of the best series we have ever read!
Vutaur
Amazing ending to an amazing series. This book can be enjoyed without having read a single other book in the series, but it's best when you've read all the others. Basically, what Serenity is to Firefly, this book is to Edge Chronicles. You'll fall in love with whimsical wordplay and colorful characters, and you'll really come to appreciate how surreal everything is in this series. What I love the most though is how well they balance great tragedy and great heroism. I would recommend this series to anyone.
Samulkis
My daughter has read these books several times from the library. Since purchasing the series, she has read them at least 2 times through in the last month. The Edge Chronicles are VERY entertaining for both adults and children. The artwork is beautiful.
Flamekiller
I grew up with The Edge Chronicles since I received the 2nd book for Christmas in the 4th grade. I'm now 18 and discovered that I had not finished the whole series. Reading the last book I discovered the social and political underline that I never saw as a child. While Nate serves as a pair of eyes, unlike the other characters, instead of a true protagonist it is good to see the authors bring the history of this world to a close.
Beazezius
The Immortals concludes the decalogy of The Edge Chronicles, with some ingenious twists.
I only wish that Paul and Chris will consider an epilogue featuring Nate, perhaps about his adventures over The Edge.
A great read, and once again beautifully illustrated
Pemand
He absolutely adores this book. He will not quit talking about it and telling me about what's happening. Thank you!
get the whole series for sure. The books are great for kids and adults alike. Once I read the first one I couldn't stop till the last one and was looking for more.
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