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The Edge Chronicles.

by norris_redford

I picked the first book up for my 11 year old cousin for the holidays. As I looked through it at home, I was surprised that I found it very interesting. It somehow captured my attention like no other childrens' book ever has.

Has anyone else here read or seen these?


It is a fantasy adventure series. Twig is there on the front cover. He is basically a misfit, a human in a land of very odd creatures. He becomes quite the hero.

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Fri Jan 21, 2005 7:17 pm
Wulie wrote a review...

they look really good :) I think I shall bring out my inner child for a quick read *mwhaha* :)!

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Fri Jan 21, 2005 6:53 pm
Skye says...

They're only my second most favorite series ever! I don't care if they're for younger kids, they are written and illustrated beautifully. If you haven't done so already, I sincerely urge you to do so...NOW!

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Fri Jan 21, 2005 1:40 am
Sam says...

*disgusted* children's books? for us preteens? I think not! *lol* Those do look rather good, I must say. :D I'll look for them later.

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Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:45 pm
MasterChief says...

i thought it was a pretty good childrens book.

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Thu Dec 02, 2004 4:25 am
marzipan wrote a review...

I adore the Edge Chronicles! I've read them again and again and again...there's something about them that fascinates me. It just goes to show that not all J-fiction has gone to the dogs. Maybe it's the any case, glad to see other people appreciate Riddle and Stewart!

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