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Stolen Magic af Gail Carson Levine
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Stolen Magic (udgave 2015)

af Gail Carson Levine (Forfatter)

Serier: Two Castles (2)

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Elodie, the dragon detective Meenore, and the kindly ogre Count Jonty Um are all on their way to Elodie's home island of Lahnt. Elodie has barely set foot on land before she learns that the Replica, a statue that keeps her island's deadly volcano from erupting, has been stolen! If the Replica isn't found in three days, a mountain will be destroyed. And when Elodie ends up alone with a cast of characters each of whom may be guilty, she has to use her wits to try to unravel a tangled web of lies.… (mere)
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Titel:Stolen Magic
Forfattere:Gail Carson Levine (Forfatter)
Info:HarperCollins (2015), 336 pages
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Lodie is back with her dragon Masteress and her friend His Lordship Ogre. Together they solve a mystery and rescue villagers in danger and realize the depth of their friendship for each other. Lodie is a fun character and it is interesting to watch her use logic and acting. The narration was really good. ( )
  tjsjohanna | Jul 13, 2017 |
Stolen Magic is the sequel to A Tale of Two Castles by Gail Carson Levine. It's the continuing story of Elodie, a small-town girl, living in a lonely world, who took a daytime boat going anywhere. Well, specifically she took a boat to the town of Two Castles. There she met a giant, became the assistant to a dragon, made friends with a princess, and solved a mystery. Not a bad beginning for a small-town girl. Now she's on another adventure with Count Jonty Um ( the giant) and Meenore (the dragon aka her boss). They're headed back to Elodie's homeland, but before they get there they learn that her island is in terrible danger. A statue that keeps the island's deadly volcano at bay has been stolen. And it's up to the trio to figure out who did it to save everyone including themselves.

I really enjoyed reading A Tale of Two Castles, but Stolen Magic didn't quite meet up to my expectations. I didn't really enjoy the story line as I did the first book. However, the characters seemed to blossom a little bit more. Elodie, Meenore, and Jaunty Um's friendship deepened, and Elodie started to come more into her own.

I'm not sure if there's a third book in the works, but I wouldn't mind it if there was. I do like Elodie. She's embraces her future, and seems to know what she wants despite what is expected of her. Overall, I liked it, but didn't love it. If you've read the first book, you'll want to read this book as well.

Read more at http://www.toreadornottoread.net/2015/08/review-stolen-magic.html#y5g1xKZQoY7ll8... ( )
  mt256 | Aug 18, 2015 |
Elodie, the dragon Masteress Meenore, and the ogre Count Jonty Um are on their way to visit Elodie's home on the island of Lahnt, but before they can reach the farmhouse, they learn that a sacred artifact has been stolen -- and if it's not returned within three days, there's likely to be a volcanic eruption, endangering hundreds of people. Finding missing items is Masteress Meenore's specialty, and as It's apprentice, Elodie has already proven that she has some skills in that area, as well -- but it will take all of the wit and cunning Elodie and her companions can muster in order to discover the thief in time to avert disaster.

This is a solid fantasy with a nice interweaving of mystery. I did not realize that it was a sequel when I picked it up, though I actually read A Tale of Two Castles back when it first came out. It's been a while since then, and my memory of that book is hazy at best, but I didn't feel like I was missing much. So, I'm comfortable in saying that you could read this book as a stand-alone without feeling too lost. It's of a similar quality to other books by the same author -- enjoyable, but not phenomenal. Readers who like other books by Levine will probably like this one, as well. ( )
  foggidawn | Jul 10, 2015 |
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Elodie, the dragon detective Meenore, and the kindly ogre Count Jonty Um are all on their way to Elodie's home island of Lahnt. Elodie has barely set foot on land before she learns that the Replica, a statue that keeps her island's deadly volcano from erupting, has been stolen! If the Replica isn't found in three days, a mountain will be destroyed. And when Elodie ends up alone with a cast of characters each of whom may be guilty, she has to use her wits to try to unravel a tangled web of lies.

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