Bookweirder

Bookweirder Norman Jespers Vilnius is stuck in the sleepy British countryside with his parents and ultra irritating sister Things couldn t be duller until Norman finds himself in the middle of the adventure story

  • Title: Bookweirder
  • Author: Paul Glennon
  • ISBN: 9780307374530
  • Page: 241
  • Format: ebook
  • Norman Jespers Vilnius is stuck in the sleepy British countryside with his parents and ultra irritating sister Things couldn t be duller until Norman finds himself in the middle of the adventure story he discovered in the house s dusty library Soon Norman is making strange new allies and stranger new enemies as struggles to rescue his best friend Malcolm the Prince ofNorman Jespers Vilnius is stuck in the sleepy British countryside with his parents and ultra irritating sister Things couldn t be duller until Norman finds himself in the middle of the adventure story he discovered in the house s dusty library Soon Norman is making strange new allies and stranger new enemies as struggles to rescue his best friend Malcolm the Prince of Stoats from another book gone wrong Can Norman save Malcolm and steer the novel back on track Can he hide his adventures in bookweird from his suspicious mother and the meddlesome Fuchs Before we find out, we follow Norman on a chilling trip to 19th century Paris, a fiery medieval adventure and, finally, a mission to discover the family secret at the heart of bookweird From

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    1. Reason for Reading: next in the series.When I read Bookweird back in 2008, I had no idea there would be a sequel, and I'd be pretty surprised if the author was positive there would be a sequel either as the book just didn't read like part of a series. That first book made my honorable mentions list of best books read that year so when I discovered the sequel published this year I just had to read it!It's been a year since the previous events and Norman has not gone into a book again figuring the [...]

    2. Read as consideration for a literary award, so not able to rate at the present time.Judging done, and results in the bag, though still secret for a while. So I feel I can put my rating on this. Superbly done. Nice gentle prose style and thoroughly original. A splendid YA read, and a recommended read for anyone who loves books.

    3. This book is shades of Inkheart to the point where a kid who loved the Inkheart books would feel in very familiar territory with Paul Glennon's "Bookweirder". Book two of a trilogy, this book stands fairly well alone from the first book ("Bookweird"). It follows the adventures of Norman who is a voracious reader who can literally fall into stories, often with disasterous effects.

    4. This series is a lot of fun. It's Never Ending Story meets Redwall meets Hardy Boys. I enjoy the characters, especially the family. The books are well written and go places I didn't anticipate.

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