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Sepron The Sea Serpent (Beast Quest #2)

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One boy's journey to help his village becomes a quest to save the kingdom. Features a fearsome new beast in every book!
Floods. Starvation. Fear. This is what awaits the people of Avantia's coast if Tom and Elenna cannot stop Sepron the Sea Serpent. The huge and terrifying beast lurks in eerie waters. All the fish have fled and no boats dare to pass.
Tom and Elenna meet a
Paperback, 80 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Scholastic Paperbacks (first published 2007)
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Paulo "paper books always" Carvalho
This new adventure is a bit weaker than the previous one. If what I enjoy are anti-heroes and evil characters, in a childrens book I don't expect that. I expect good values of life, for a child. Then when he grows up it's expected that he learns that the world is a bit different. That there are different kinds of lies, that not all that shines is pure and good. And so on... So I didn't expect Elena to convice our main character to steal a boat. That was unexpected. This is a straightfoward tale ...more
In this book Tom and Elenna go on there 2nd adventure. They have to travel to the ocean to free Sepron from a evil curse ,in the form of a gold lock, put on him by Malvel an evil sorcerer. If Tom and Elenna don't stop Sepron he will flood Avantia. This was a good book but an easy read for me.
Miłośniczka Książek
"Sepron. Wąż morski" to druga część wielotomowej serii fantastycznej dla dzieci oraz młodzieży pt "Na tropie Bestii". Poszczególne historie pisane są przez różnych autorów, lecz wszystkie one sygnowane są wspólnym pseudonimem literackim: Adam Blade. Seria a opowiada o przygodach Toma, który jednego dnia był zwykłym chłopcem mieszkającym we wsi Errinel pod opieką swego wujostwa, a już następnego stał się długo wyczekiwanym bohaterem, który miał do wykonania śmiertelnie niebezpieczną misję, z jaką ...more
The reason I didn't like this was due to the fact that I thought it was a total rip off of the Quest of Deltora. I mean, the first book was just a watered down version with different names!
Sepron the Sea Serpent is the second book in Adam Blade's Beast Quest series, and it's much the same as the first in terms of quality. It's not a bad book by any means, but it's particularly fascinating either.

In Sepron the Sea Serpent, Tom and Elenna have just recently freed Ferno the Fire Dragon from Malvel's spell, and next on their list is the titular sea monster. Like Ferno, he has been magically enslaved by the nefarious wizard, and they'll need to unlock the chain around his neck to free
Brave young Tom, his loyal steed Storm, and his new found friends (Elenna and her devoted wolf Silver), continue their quest of freeing the beasts so they no longer wreak havoc on the world (on the magical commands of the evil wizard Malvel), and can return to the good, helpful beasts that they truly are.

I love this concept, and adore the fact that the beasts are actually good (not to mention the horse and the wolf!). I like Tom and Elenna. And I'm impressed that author Adam Blade can infuse suc
What a fun adventure and a SUSPENSEFUL ending! Tom was having some pretty bad luck trying to get the (view spoiler) at the end. After failing a few times, I actually thought the story might have an unhappy ending or something, hahaha...

This little book is a nice bite sized fantasy cookie. I def recommend them to early readers. :) These Beast Quest books are pretty good, considering how small they are.
Jessica Rickardsson
Read the Swedish Edition called "Sjöormens förbannelse" (translated "The curse of the Sea serpent" so a little off).

My seven year old thought it ought to be rated 4,5 star (and the half star was because he did not like that the prolog and the first chapter of the next book was in it).

As an adult I thought it at times to boring and with strange choices of which details to describe. Ok as a childs book but gave nothing to me.
Anyta Sunday
Son loved it. :)
I thought it was a good book if you like adventure it is about a boy and his friend saving a town from a serpent the serpent eats all the food and doesn't like boats to pass without the boy defeating the serpent the town would have died
Alisha Jenkins
Just finished reading this with my little brother and he's already asking me to read the next one so Adam Blade must be doing something right.
While I haven't read the first in the series, this second one is short, adventure-filled, and not too gory for the young kids who will read it. The front cover is pretty scary, and there are moments of high drama, but in general it should work for the younger set who want a bit more energy that the Secrets of Droon can offer.
this book picked up where the last one left off. Again having my 7 year hold read this aloud to me, I have seen his reading improve over the course of this book. He is also very excited to read! The story isn't so boring that I tune out, which is a plus, but it is definitely for a younger generation!
Nice series that is very simple to read and understand. I think that boys would get into the adventure, fantasy of the plot. I haven't read others, but definitely wasn't hard to start in to this book without reading the prior book. Good fantasy genre for elementary kids.
Jessica Moore

My 7 year old son was quite excited by the book and asked me to read it, telling me it was a "quick read." how could I say no? Classic fantasy storyline of a boy and a quest. I'm sure my son would give it 5 stars, and as he's the target audience, well done!
Ty Auditore
The Beast Quest Series is interesting, but it is repetitive and after a few books you sort of know what's going to happen next. I find the book very simple and a easy reader for kids. I think it is very descriptive but I will only give it a 3.
It was basically the same
this was a better books because he took on a different type of challenge, he faught underwater which was an interesting challenge but it was fun to read! i plan on reading every book in the searies because they are short sorta but pretty fun
There is a boy he went to a vilage at the sea the whole vilage was under watter. So he went with a boat out to the sea. He throw the anker and dived in the deep.He saved Sepron the sea Serpent. The watter came back and all were happy.
I though this was a little better than the first in book in the series (Ferno), but they're just so formulaic and predictable. Not really for me. Little boys would love them though, danger, magic and adventure - with pictures too.
Ryan's review: It was amazing!
Mom's review: What I like about this series is Tom and Elenna's courage and bravery and their compassion for those affected by monsters created by the evil wizard Malvel.
Christopher Gunn
this book was mostly about two teenaged kids traveling the country in search for locked up beast the lock controls there mind making them destroy anything that near land where they rome these two kids
A pretty good series, though I prefer another I started to see what another student was reading - another "quest" book, but I can't remember its name--right now.
Really cool. My favourite bit was when Tom saved Sepron from the evilness. I wish that Sepron didn't get put under the spell and I wish that he could breathe fire too.
Good for a kids book. Simple, concise, and well written. Fun premise with beasts to overcome, but without using violence. Smart writing idea.
Good old "Adam Blade" certainly knows what appeals to 7 year old boys. Says my son, "I just love the battling!" (Battling is a noun, apparently.)
Trissa White
The perfect books to read with my 7 year old boy. (a little scary for my 5 year old girl but she listens and enjoys them)
Kevin Harper
the book was great i loved the part where they fight sepron. you should read this book if you like beasts ****
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Adam Blade is the house name for the Working Partners Ltd. ghostwriters who write the Beast Quest and Sea Quest series.

Adam Blade is in his late twenties, and was born in Kent, England. His parents were both history teachers and amateur artists, and Adam grew up surrounded by his father’s paintings of historic English battles – which left a lifelong mark on his imagination. He was also fascinated
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