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Even for a Dreamer Like Me (Alta Donna #3)

3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  43 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Did you know theres a border keeping the world of stories apart from the real-life world? And that it must be guarded at all times? My friends Damiano and Ins crossed that border. They escaped from a book into my perfect little town. Now its up to me to save the town, save my friends, and fix the damage to both worlds. At last my storytelling and dreams will come in handy!
Hardcover, 127 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Graphic Universe (first published September 25th 2009)
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Nicola Mansfield
Reason for Reading: Next & last in the series.

Wow. A fantastic ending to this charming, whimsical trilogy! I'm not going to give away too much on plot but previous events have lead to Alta Donna being in serious risk of survival and Nola finds out that her daydreaming has lead her to become a good storyteller thus the one who may be able to save not Alta Donna but the world where her friends Damiano and Ines have come from as well. I'm still not letting on what the ferrets are all about but
What a great message this series, but especially this last volume, gives to young readers: it's important to have an imagination and express yourself, both things Nola never stopped having or doing.

Some of the plot was a bit too much of a coincidence (Nola "knowing" about the Ferrets running Alta Donna and even existing in the first place) but it wasn't enough to ruin the experience of reading it. It was also nice to have some dangling threads to the plot taken care of, even if it did feel a bit
In this last volume we finally go back to the mystery that started it all. What happened to the librarian? We do get a little bit more of Pumpkin in this book.

I like this book a lot. It shows that Nola's creativity and craziness does have a place in the world. I thought it was a great happy ending to this series. I do kind of wish Nola's adventures could have continued, particularly since I would have like to have continued to see her grow rather then be told she has grown as the author had to
Super! J'ai vraiment beaucoup aimé cette série et ce troisième tome la termine en beauté.
Satisfying ending to the series (I think that it has ended, though the author did leave it so that there could be more, hmmm). Wouldn't mind reading more; glad it ended the way it did. Happiness.
Satisfying end to a charming and fun series.
A satisfying conclusion to the series.
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