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Leven Thumps And The Wrath Of Ezra (2008)

Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra (2008)

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1590389638 (ISBN13: 9781590389638)
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The Dearth has awakened and wants to destroy all of humanity, the secret of the Sycophants has been revealed and it is up to Leven Thumps and his companions to save all of Foo and Reality.This book takes place in Foo for Leven Thumps and his Companions while the story takes place in Reality for Dennis O Wood and Ezra.Protagonists: Leven Thumps, Winter Frore, Clover Ernest, and GethAntagonists: Dennis O Wood, Ezra, Azure, and The Dearth. In the start of the book, 2 cogs named Colin and Tanner were plowing a field when they found a crater. When they went to investigate it they found The Dearth trying to get himself out of the dirt so that he could get to Azure and gain strength to kill Leven and take over Reality.Leven, Geth, and Winter went and trapped Knoll and forced him to tell them where Azure was. They found out that he was going to be in Cusp in 3 days time. On their way there they imprisoned Knoll at the Devils Spiral with the Eggmen. From there they took a detour to the place that Lith used to be. They rescued Phoebe, the last longing from the dirt underwater. When they got to Cusp, Azure tricked, and captured them for The Dearth. After the y escaped, The Dearth brought Leven to him so that he could kill him. Leven managed to surprise him with the knowledge that he was The Want and get away. When he made it back to Cusp, He, Geth, And Winter went to the Shatterball Games to find and kill Azure. Everything went badly when Azure started stopping time and his army's started attacking. Azure captured and interrogated them and then put them back in a prison cell. Tim Tuttle, managed to help them escape only to have The Dearth capture Leven again. Right as The Dearth went to stab and kill Leven, he fully became The Want, which made it impossible for The Dearth to kill him without the 1 person who could. So Leven got away to fight another day.I liked this book because there was a lot of deception and action in the book. Pg. 249, The Dearth's eyes widened, "what do you see?" he asked suspiciously. "what you truly want," Leven Replied, disgusted. "Lithen party-line? You know exactly what will happen when you move into reality, It will destroy everything."Pg. 250, "Oh" The Dearth said sadly "about that. Azure suffered and accident this evening and is not feeling all that well."One theme in this book is do not try to merge things that were not meant to be merged.I would recommend this book to anyone that loves fantasy adventure books. After the disappointment of reading "The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail," By Michael Spradlin, I found that Mr. Skye's book was a refreshing redemption of young adult literature, especially since I read both books back-to-back. In fact, part of the reason I picked up "Leven Thumps" was to see whether all YA literature was going down the same trail, or whether it was just a few books (and copious amounts of "fan fic").Leven Thumps delivered, and in a surprising way. Though some things were a bit too easy for the main character, the reasons were explained well, I thought, and Leven and company really did face some sticky situations in which the solutions were not just handed to them at the last moment.I think one of the most winning aspects of this book, for me, was Skye's personal narration throughout the book. The style was ultra-casual, light-hearted, and, though random at times,very amusing. It was like watching a movie while standing right next to the director, in a sense, who was filling you in on all the little details that would swamp the story if they were to be included in the main plotline.In any case, the book flowed well--if somewhat meandering because of the inherent strangeness of the land of dreams ("Foo")--and one really could just immerse themself in the world Skye crafted. And what a world that is. I didn't even bother to count the number of different creatures, gizmos, magics, etc. he wove into this book (I have to say that the travel by rope idea was spiffy), but it all clicked together.I think it's a real credit to Skye that he managed to make his world of Foo sufficiently robust that even a first-time reader who jumped in at book four (I didn't realise it was book four, at first--I was too lazy to carefully examine the cover) was able to pick up the trail, and the previous storyline quickly enough that he wanted to keep reading, and still had a fair idea of what had gone before, and what was yet to come.Straight up, this book is weird--and I think that's by design. But it really is a delightful tale, and it's one I'd recommend to children and adults alike.

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Exciting......even though Ezra's the bad guy, you still have to love him because he's so funny:D

One of the wierdest book I've ever read-In a good way! Awesome plot and great drama.

I got my copy signed by the author!

Haha a toothpick, really?

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