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The seven lost gems have been restored to the Belt of Deltora. Now Lief, Barda, and Jasmine must find the heir to the kingdom's throne. They know that only the true heir can use the Belt's magic to overthrow the evil Shadow Lord. But the heir has been in deepest hiding from birth and only the Belt can reveal the hiding place. Shock follows shock as the Deltora quest rushes to its thundering climax, and the fury and power of the Shadow Lord himself threaten to destroy its three heroes and everything they love.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Inc., [2012], c2000
ISBN: 9780545460286
Branch Call Number: j ROD NVD
Characteristics: 136 p. ; ill., map ; 20 cm


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If Middle-Earth were a painting, the colors would be muted. If Deltora were a painting, on the other hand, the colors would be bright and gaudy, and I don't just say this because of the shiny cover illustrations! The danger in Middle-Earth is a you-have-disturbed-the-ancient-powers-of-the-world-and-you-shall-die kind of danger; the danger in Deltora is a look-how-beautiful-and-colorful-I-am-well-it's-because-I'm-poisonous-and-so-is-everything-else-around-here-in-some-way kind of danger. I'm not saying the two are equal, or that one atmosphere is necessarily "better" than another, but this is always the comparison that comes to my mind. I thoroughly enjoy Emily Rodda's penchant for creating marvels of nature that equal and exceed marvels of magic, as well as her extremely clever, game-changing plot twists (particularly in this book and two of her other series finales, The Third Door and The Sister of the South), which in some cases I would call worthy of Agatha Christie.

Jul 08, 2014

i know right !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it is so awesome i am reading all three deltora series again!!!!!!!!

May 15, 2012

this is the best book ever!!!!!!!!


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