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The Smugglers
The Smugglers

dragonmist02, April 14, 2007

I really like this book, it is a good highseas adventure. Another wonderfull adventure with John Spencer. Its just as good (maybe even better) as The Wreckers.
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The Wreckers (High Seas Trilogy #01) by Iain Lawrence
The Wreckers (High Seas Trilogy #01)

dragonmist02, April 14, 2007

This book is really good, I read the second book first because the book was always out when I went to the library (I didnt know they would hold the books for you), I finally just read The Wreckers, and I wasnt disappointed, dont read the others before this one.

Enjoy.
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The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book 2: The Seeing Stone by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black
The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book 2: The Seeing Stone

dragonmist02, April 14, 2007

Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black did a very good job on the Spiderwick chronicles. I read in the Y.A. section and it is usually very hard for me to find a book that I truly enjoy, but I must say- I really like these books.
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The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book 1: The Field Guide by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black
The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book 1: The Field Guide

dragonmist02, April 13, 2007

After I saw book #4 I had to find this one and read it, I don't like starting with the middle book. I really like faeries, elves, goblins and the like, so these books were awesome, the story is very good, and none of the books are boring.
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The Ironwood Tree (The Spiderwick Chronicles #4) by Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi
The Ironwood Tree (The Spiderwick Chronicles #4)

dragonmist02, April 13, 2007

The first Spiderwick book I picked up was #4, I go by the title and cover to tell whether or not a book is going to be interesting, if it looks good, I read the synopsis or whatever that little thing is that talks about the book. Just from looking at the cover of 'The Ironwood Tree' I knew it would be good. I must say, I wasn't disappointed at all, even though I prefer the long books.
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