EverblazeBook - 2014 | First Aladdin hardcover edition
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i_raccoon_63 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 15
maroon_alligator_195 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over
blue_cheetah_8230 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 99
StrawberryAlpaca thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There’s some blood but no graphic pictures 🥴
Violence: Some of these scenes are fairly violent, so readers below 10, don't read this book!
Other: It is possible you will not put down the book and demand for more of the awesome books
Other: It is very likely that you will not be able to put this book down until you have completely finished it.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There are some scary, disturbing parts involving crazy people, and someone getting their hand burned off. (Nothing Graphic)
QuotesAdd a Quote
Fitz: "Ugh, they've been at it all day. It's been hours of 'Look--I'm invisible. Now I'm not! Now I am!' "
Biana rolled her eyes as she reappeared.
Biana: "Like you were any less annoying with your 'I can tell you what you're thinking right now! And now! And now!' "
Sophie: "Sparkles also make everything better. Well, except alicorn poop."
Fitz: "I don't know. I think sparkly poop is way better than regular poop."
Sophie: "That's because you've never fallen into a pile of it."
"And I'm the only one with a plan," Fitz reminded them.
"Hey--I've got plans," Keefe argued.
"Plans that don't involve tormenting Dame Alina," Fitz clarified.
"But those are always the best plans!"
"This is just a normal day for you isn't it?" Keefe asked. "Go to school, figure out you're covered in a dangerous substance, melt off a few layers of skin, and then hail your besty the Councillor, tell him you're ditching study hall to save the world and he says, 'Cool, I'll come with you!'"
"Believe you can do it, no matter how weak or strong you are. All ways be fearless~"
SummaryAdd a Summary
Sophie Foster has always been close to the Black Swan, but their support seems to be drifting away, as well as the council's support. Sophie cannot rely on anyone now-except for her friends . In a wild, action-packed journey through laughs and dangerous encounters with the Neverseen, this book is definitely worth reading. Go team Foster-Keefe!!!