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Broken Sky #4 (Broken Sky #4)

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New unread copy. First scholastic printing November 2000. New books may have mild shelf/edge wear from normal handling. No crease to spine. Not a remainder. Satisfaction guaranteed!
Paperback, 176 pages
Published November 1st 2000 by Scholastic Paperbacks (first published March 17th 2000)
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Mar 31, 2016 Brenda rated it really liked it
One year later, trapped in that other world, we follow our heroes through another yet the same set of challenges. Hiding is always top priority, knowing the terrain and the dangers the strange flora and fauna present a close second. This books moves differently than the previous two, less survival-fighting but more moral dilemmas, more self-doubt, more insecurities in newly developing alliances and emotions.

The ending... one part I had begun to formulate on my own, but the revelations an ancient
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Jul 02, 2013 Sarah Briggs rated it it was amazing
(This review may contain spoilers).

This part reveals more of the world of Kirin Taq and the people and creatures that reside there. It also hints at something more sinister that has happened with the Resonants like Elani.

I like the relationship between Ty and Kia and I like the gradually growing relationship between Calica and Ryushi. I don't quite know what to make of Whist - part of me likes him, even though the rest of me knows that he really shouldn't be trusted.

It'll be interesting to see h
May 10, 2016 Evan rated it really liked it
I hit a wall with this installment; the bad writing seemed to leap off the page in more places than before, although it's still fun and imaginative. Maybe boring because I know all the twists and turns of this childhood favorite.
Feb 03, 2016 Ekaterina rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy
I must say I do feel Chris Wooding in every chapter! It's great!!
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Chris Wooding grew up in a small town in Leicestershire, where not much of anything happened. So he started to write novels. He was sixteen when he completed his first. He had an agent by eighteen. By nineteen he had signed his first book deal. When he left university he began to write full-time, and he has been doing it professionally all his adult life.

Now thirty-two, Chris has written sixteen b
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