The chronicles author, Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell, have finally finished writing The Immortals, the last book in The Edge Chronicles book series and edge chronicle fans are delighted. The 10th and final book in
The chronicles author, Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell, have finally finished writing The Immortals, the last book in The Edge Chronicles book series and edge chronicle fans are delighted.
The 10th and final book in the series, the Immortals book chronicles life on The Edge, an island floating in the sky and the series main character “Twig”.
According to an interview with the chronicles authors, The Immortals is the tenth and final installment in The Edge Chronicles series, set 500 years into the third age of flight and after the end of the previous books, this book reunites the three main characters to bring closure to the mysterious “whatever happened to” questions left unanswered until now, including:
- What happened to Old Sanctaphrax when it flew off into the open sky at the end of Midnight over Sanctaphrax?
- What causes Stone Sickness?
- What became of the gloamglozer?
- Does Twig make it alive or dead when the caterbird takes him to Riverrise?
- What happened to Cloud Wolf when he disappeared into the white storm?
In The Immortals, Nate Quarter, a young Lamplighter from the mines and main character of the Immortals, travels on an epic journey of self-discovery from one end of The Edge to the other. Complete with funny moments, sky pirate ships, strange creatures, tournaments, battles, revolutions and a final encounter with the Immortals, life on The Edge brings all sorts of adventures new and old readers will enjoy for years to come.
According to previews and reviews of the book, the illustrations by Chris Riddell in the Immortals are amazing, and new readers of the Edge Chronicles will enjoy this book even before discovering the history of Twig, Rook and Quint. These books are suitable for children and adults of all ages, but very young children may become frightened by the Edge books, so use your best judgment by reading and reviewing the edge books yourself prior to giving to them to young children. (Fair warning: You’ll be hooked on the series too.)
Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell do an incredible job capturing the readers attention and holding them spell-bound for hours, making the Edge Chronicles series nearly impossible to put down. If there was ever a series of books that should be added to the list of the best children’s classic books of all time, the Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell should definitely make the cut.
The Immortals was originally scheduled for publication and release in the UK on September 2008, but was delayed until February 5, 2009. According to Amazon.com, the publication and release date for the Immortals is March 24, 2009 and orders are now being taken.
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The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling has been released! Harry Potter fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of The Tales of Beedle the Bard, and it’s now available!
I pre-ordered 5 copies of The Tales of Beedle the Bard, 4 are being given as Christmas gifts, and the 5th copy is for myself! I love Harry Potter books! J.K. Rowling is a phenomenal author, and reading the J.K. Rowling biography is fascinating as well.
If you haven’t yet read any of the Harry Potter books by J.K.Rowling, you don’t know what you’re missing! The new J.K. Rowling book is called “The Tales of Beedle the Bard”,Â NOT just Beedle the Bard, so don’t get confused about the titles.
Get your copies of The Tales of Beedle the Bard now. You won’t be disappointed! As I’ve said, Harry Potter books are included on the list of the best children’s classic books available today and it’s for very good reason. JK Rowling is an awesome writer!
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The Edge Chronicles book series by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell is a children’s fantasy novel series (commonly referred to as “Edge Chronicles”) originally published in the United Kingdom but has since been published in the United States and Canada.
The Edge Chronicles book series 1-10 is a successful and enjoyable storyline (albeit scary at times) about the adventures of “Twig” living in the fantasy world of the Edge, sitting on the edge of the abyss. The list of 101 children’s classic books doesn’t include The Edge Chronicles as of yet, but Paul Stewart/Chris Riddell books certainly deserve to be included amongst the best children’s books ever written.
Older children and adult fans of fantasy novels such as Harry Potter or Lemony Snicket will surely enjoy the Edge Chronicles series filled with weird characters such as the Woodtrolls, the Caterbird, the foul-breathed halitoad, the Rotsucker, the Termagant Trogs, the Spindlebug, the gyle goblins, flesh-eating trees, the Gloamglozer, the wonderful Banderbear, Sky Pirates and their flying ships, and many more.
Note: Very young children may be frightened by the Edge Chronicles, so use your best judgement by reading/reviewing the edge books yourself prior to giving to them to young children.
The Edge Chronicles Books:
Edge Chronicles Book 1:
Beyond the Deepwoods 13-year-old Twig’s wood troll mother tells Twig he isn’t really a wood troll and that she found him as a baby. Twig begins an adventurous and mysterious trek to discover who he really is and where he came from, taking him far beyond the deepwoods to discover his ultimate destiny.
Edge Chronicles Book 2:
Stormchaser picks up a few years after Twig’s adventures in Deepwoods. Forbidden to accompany his recently-discovered sky-pirate father on an adventure to save the famed sky city Sanctaphrax from breaking it’s mooring and taking off forever, Twig stows away aboard the skyship “Stormchaser” on a quest for more stormphrax and discovers the secret of phraxdust.
Edge Chronicles Book 3:
In Midnight Over Sanctaphrax, young sky-pirate Captain Twig has been sent on an important mission (by his father Cloud Wolf) to save his world the Edge by severing the Anchor Chain of the floating city Sanctaphrax before the Mother Storm arrives. The aftermath of the storm leaves Twig’s ship blown apart and his crew scattered, leading Twig on a quest to find his crew members and save his homeland, accompanied by a loser named Cowlquape.
Edge Chronicles Book 4
The Curse of the Gloamglozer goes back in time to tell the story of Twig’s parents, Quint and Maris. Quint is the teenage son of a sky pirate and apprentice to Maris’ father, Linius Pallitax, who is the Most High Academe of the floating city of Sanctaphrax. Quint and Maris must brave the mysteries and horrors of the stonecomb to learn the terrible secret that Linius has been hiding that may put Sanctaphrax at serious risk and set out to save the city.
Edge Chronicles Book 5
The Last of the Sky Pirates follows the adventures and dangerous mission of young Rook Barkwater, a young under-librarian who is destined to become a Librarian Knight, doing research on the secret gatherings of banderbears. Rook meets Captain Twig during his exciting adventures, beginning a whole new adventure to rescue Cowlquape from the prisons of the villainous Most High Guardian of Night.
Edge Chronicles Book 6
In Vox , the young knight librarian, Rook Barkwater, attempts to stop the dark might of the Most High Academe but is taken prisoner and held captive as a slave at the Palace of the Statues by tyrant Vox Verlix, after losing his Stormhornet sky-craft while on patrol. Here he meets Speegspeel the goblin servant, Amberfuce the ghost-waif, and Flambusia, Amberfuce’s nurse. Fans of Harry Potter will thoroughly enjoy the quick-changing storyline found in The Edge Chronicles books.
Edge Chronicles Book 7
Freeglader Undertown is destroyed by a massive storm, while the residents flee for their lives during a perilous trek to the Free Glades in hopes of building themselves a new home, which is threatened by Master of the Foundry Glades, Hemuel Spume. Rook temporarily loses his memory, Rook’s friend Xanth faces trial for previous crimes as a former Night Guardian, culminating into one of the most spectacular battle scenes so far seen in The Edge Chronicles.
Edge Chronicles Book 8
The Winter Knights In the great city floating on a rock called Sanctaphrax, Quintinius Verginix (AKA Quint or Cloud Wolf) enters the prestigious Knights Academy as the protÃ©gÃ© of the Professor of Light during a time of great turmoil. Quint and his friends (the so-called “White Knights“) set off in their ships to save the great city of Sanctaphrax by retrieving precious stormphrax, without which the great rock would break loose of its moorings and be lost forever, in the most gripping, action-packed cliff-hanger so far in the edge series.
Edge Chronicles Book 9
Clash of the Sky Galleons As the last book of the Quint Saga, Quint and his father Wind Jackal are Sky Pirates in command of the sky ship The Galerider. Their adventures take them from The Edge to the Deepwoods fighting the weather, carnivorous Bloodoak trees, vicious Shryke warriors or various other mortal enemies, as they endeavor to track down and bring to justice Turbot Smeal, the man who started the fire that killed their family. Wind Jackal’s judgment is flawed by his vengeful desire to capture Smeal, endangering the lives of his crew and his son Quint.
Edge Chronicles Book 10
The Immortals is the new Edge Chronicles book 10 and can now be ordered for its release on March 24, 2009. It’s sure to be just as exciting and chilling as each of The Edge Chronicles books have been thus far.
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