World's End (Dormia #2)
Ever since returning from Dormia, Alfonso has enjoyed sleeping in a bed like a normal person. No more waking up at the top of a tree or the edge of a cliff. In fact, no sleepwalking at all. But then, while visiting France on a class trip, Alfonso feels that strange and familiar pull of sleep. Upon waking, he finds himself in the belly of a ship headed to Egypt. In his back...more
It's book was a really exiting book, it was a fast paced and action packed. This book was about a young boy named Alfonso who goes on a adventure to save the lost Dormian City of Jasper. This book was a suspenseful, action, and at some times mysterious and sad. Alfonso, throughout his journey, had to face many challenges, and at the end, a terrible dicision. If you enjoy a fast packed, action packed book, I would recommend that you read this.
The last three years of Alfonso Perplexon's life have been quiet. In fact, his life has been almost too calm. Ever since he returned to World's End, Minnesota, from saving his father's home country of Dormia, he has been "normal."
However, that's all about to change. When a group of students from his high school visits the catacombs in Paris, his sleepwalking abilities reawaken, and he is thrust into a new mystery.
The pull of the Founding Tree fi ...more
The characters are interesting, but I had a hard time investing in them because they live their lives being most productive while they are sleeping. - I have to say that my favorite ones are Alfonso and Bilblox, and of course Bilblox's wolf Korgu. Because of the whole sleeping while they work and such - the world of Dormia was hard for me to get super excited about, although I really enjoyed certain aspects of it. The authors created some amazing landscapes, animals, and history/myt ...more
In this second in the series, Halpern and Kujawinski deliver even more excellent ...more
The only thing I didn't like about this book was that it ends on a real cliffhanger note, and unfortunately there's no publicati ...more
But that was just my opinion. And I loved how this book is engrossing and quick paced, and yet you can follow what's happening as Alfonso finds out an emotional secret that diggs deep ...more