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Kingdom Hearts #01 by Shiro Amano
Kingdom Hearts #01

TheherowithoutaName, June 9, 2010

Shiro Amano did a fantastic job on starting the chronicles of Kingdom Hearts. The story starts out as three friends on the Island of Destiny Islands. One night, when the three adventurers, Sora, Kairi and Riku think about if there were any other Islands out there. They build a raft, but disaster strikes! Darkness and chaos engulf their Island and they are separated from one another traveling on their own Journey to reunite with each other in different worlds.
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Kingdom Hearts #04 by Shiro Amano
Kingdom Hearts #04

TheherowithoutaName, June 9, 2010

"Deep down, without a doubt, I know...KINGDOM HEARTS, is the POWER of LIGHT!" This book is a great read for any age readers of fantasy and adventure. Shiro Amano does an outstanding job on the storyline and illustrations that depicted deep emotional feelings of what the characters experienced. This book is very touching and reaches you to the core.
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My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George
My Side of the Mountain

TheherowithoutaName, June 8, 2010

My Side of the Mountain is one of the best books I read. It is a really facinating tale of how Sam Gribley gathers up the courage and runs off to the Gribley farm to live by him self. In this book, Sam learns how to make his own supplies and learns hunting and trapping skills, accompanied by his loyal companion, Frightful. I assure you, this book is for any reader who loves a good adventure. Jean Craighead George did a fantastic job with the details, settings and emotions.
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Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #04: Outcast by Michelle Paver
Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #04: Outcast

TheherowithoutaName, June 8, 2010

Torak carries the evil cult marking, SOUL EATER, and is revealed and he is cast out from the Raven clan. He's alone, forsaken and suffers from the SOUL SICKNESS. He is hunted and on the run until Torak stumbles upon unknown territory, the haunted area of Lake Axehead, where he is menaced by the Hidden People. Other threats lurk nearby and his conquest with the Soul-Eaters is far from over... As Torak fights for his life, he uncovers a deception too awful to handle, one that shakes him to the core and shatters his world. I encourage any reader of any age to read this book because it is action-packed, emotional and is fast-paced with an abundant amount of detail. Michelle Paver did an excellent job on making it feel as if you were standing along side Torak.
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The Book of Three (Chronicles of Prydain #1) by Lloyd Alexander
The Book of Three (Chronicles of Prydain #1)

TheherowithoutaName, June 7, 2010

Imagine your self as an assistant Pig-Keeper, going on a journey to find a lost pig, but then realize this is more then a journey... This is the story of Taran of Caer Dallben. This is one of my favorite books that I have ever read because you do not see characters from the book reference subjects from the real world. An example is " He drew a ponderous, leather-bound volume toward him called, The Book of Three." Lloyd Alexander did a fantastic job on the description and the adventure that Taran seems to get himself into. This book is for advanced readers of ages 11 to 14. I recommend this book to many people who are willing to read this fantastic book
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