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Beyonders The Complete Set: A World Without Heroes; Seeds of Rebellion; Chasing the Prophecy

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Don’t miss any of Jason’s thrilling adventures—get the complete boxed set of the Beyonders trilogy.After falling into a new world called Lyrian, Jason must figure out the clues that piece together an ancient word that could bring down Maldor, the terrifying leader of Lyrian. He is helped with his newfound friend and sidekick, Rachel, who has also stumbled into Lyrian. Toge ...more
Hardcover, 1456 pages
Published March 12th 2013 by Aladdin
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If you loved Fablehaven you will..........not know what to think of this. Haha. What I mean by that is that it is nothing like Mull's fantasy series about fairies and demonic creatures. This is very akin to Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. It's about a normal teen boy who falls into a whole (not following a rabbit with a pocket watch believe it or not) and enters a world that he never knew existed. This world is quite medieval...but not in the past oddly. But the one semi-mod ...more
Noah Pollard
The Beyonders is a fantasy book that is about a boy name Jason a normal kid that plays baseball for his school, and a rich Girl named Racheal that is homeschooled and is smarter than the average teenager. These two teenagers find themselves trapped in an unknown world.
Jason is swallowed by a magic hippo that somehow leads him to an unkonwn land called Lyrian, and the only way out is to destroy the evil Maldor. Maldor is a tyrant that has controlled Lyrian forever. Along the begin
Alec S.
The beyonders; seeds of rebellion
483 pages

The seeds of rebellion is the second book in the series "The Beyonders". It is the story of a boy and a girl, Rachel and Jason, who go on a quest to save Lyrian. In the first book Jason and Rachel go and try to find a secret word to destroy Maldor who is an evil emporor. At the end of the book jason says the word in front of Maldor, which was supposed to destroy him, doesn't work. Jason ends up getting captured, and an old friend helping him esca
Matthew Barrett
For what they are, middle school age books, they do a good job of giving a story that is fairly complex and mature. Obviously, compared to adult books, they feel very naive and simple, but they aren't really meant to be compared. It is a standard boy and girl get transported to another world and have to become its saviors, especially since no one in that world wants to stand up against the evil magical emperor Maldor, who has killed all the other wizards who might stand up to him. The books flow ...more
As a FANBOY of the Fablehaven quintilogy(?), I was a little anxious about this series. Fablehaven was so vivid, imaginative, and bloody FUN, with a nice dark streak running right through it, how could any other series hope to compare? And so with lowered expectations I marched off to the library and gave it a go. Yet even with lowered expectations, Beyonders #1 seems really generic to me. Yep, there's a dark wizard. Yes, they wear old-timey clothes and there's no technology. You already knew wha ...more
Loved Brandon Mull's Fablehaven Series and was happy to find this other series by accident at the library. Great read, intriguing story line. There were so many unexpected twists and turns throughout this 3 book series that I only wish it had gone on longer! I think there is easily enough material to continue on to at least one more book if the author ever wished to really tie off all loose ends.
Brandon Mull is a fantastic storyteller. I checked out Beyonders because I have an intense and almost manic love for Fablehaven, so I figured I should also read his other works. You can tell that Mull wrote these books; his same witty sense of humor appears along with his love of gut punching plot twists and joyful exuberance in his own world-building. However, it should be noted that Beyonders is MUCH darker than Fablehaven. That's not a bad thing, just something to be aware of, especially if y ...more
K. M. Updike
I liked Brandon Mull's world of Lyrian very much. It was not a superficial world and went much deeper than I expected. But I found the lack of emotional connection to the characters and the events made it somewhat hard to get through. Granted it is written for thirteen year-olds, but I don't see that that has anything to do with it. Jason is a likable hero and Rachel, too. Jasher is probably my favorite. It seemed to me, though, with all the references to our world (movies, etc.) made it kind of ...more
Emilyanne Christensen
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Mull did a fantastic job crafting a believable fantasy world for a childrens' book series. A lot of detail and history were included throughout, which really pulled the reader (or at least myself) into the series. I found that there were some very Lord-of-The-Rings-esque elements, mainly in the second book.

This series would be perfect for early teens, but it still could be suitable for older kids, maybe even adults. At times it has a juvenile feel to it, but then there are some dark moments tha
The series 'Beyonders', by Brandon Mull, starts with 'A World Without Heroes', a delightful book that introduces witty characters, large, yet straight-forward plots schemes, and lots of surprises. It leaves you wondering what the rest of the series will be all about.
Book 2, 'Seeds of Rebellion', is where things start heating up. The pacing is immaculate, the situations so mind-puzzling, you never know how Brandon Mull will weasel his way out, but he does every time in ways that will make your b
these are some of the best fantasies I've read. way better than fablehaven or the candy shop war. below i summarize each book, proceed with caution if you have not read them. (view spoiler) ...more
This book series had me interested from start to finish. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters and felt like I could relate to their struggles and rejoice in their triumphs. Good read for everyone in the family. Great writing that did not get monotonous as sometimes occurs with trilogies. Loved it!!!
Carl Virgin
If I can expect the same escalation in quality I got from the Fablehaven series I'll need a rating higher than five stars. Brandon Mull has the best imagination of any writer I've read save J.K. Rowling. I can't give a higher compliment. This makes completely makes up for Five Kingdoms.
Easy, quick read. Loved the characters and the story. The story was always moving and kept me excited for what creative adventure would come next.
Matthew Gilbert
Love this series! Up at the top of the list of favorites with Narnia and Lord of the Rings!
Emma Jane
I am not a huge fan of fantasy books...but I decided to try this series just for the heck of it and I LOVED THESE BOOKS! Each one in the series is better than the next, and I almost cried at the end when I finished them. The two main characters, Jason and Rachel, have strong personalities that many people can relate to. The journey you follow them in keeps you holding your breath and holds a smile on your face whether you want it or not. Brandon Mull has created a page-turning wonder of a trilog ...more
The beginning confused me but at some point in the middle, it all makes since.
Melman Mythran
They were pretty interesting! Hard to put down! :)
Jennifer Hulet
This series is perfectly written. Per.Fect.Ly.
Jacob Witke
A good book always left me hanging.
Nearly at amazing.

I love all off Brandon Mull's other books, but this one isn't my fab. Don't get me wrong, I love the plot, but some parts could be a little more clear.
I wish I could give this 4.5. It was still a touch to simple for a 5, but I felt it had a bit more depth than Fablehaven, so I would like to have rated it a little higher with out putting it on the shelf with the best books I've ever read. Like most YA fiction, it doesn't really transcend the YA genre in content or writing style, but it's still a fast paced, entertaining series.
I love Fantasy series, and from the first book I knew Beyonders would be a series I could read and re-read. It is definitely in my top 10, and maybe in my top 5 favorite fantasy series. It is fast paced, with characters I'd love to meet and some of the most original locations and story twists I can remember reasoning in a log time.
Jay Denton
Interesting series. By the end all the rhetorical questions and ethical dilemmas get a little old. I suppose I shouldn't complain because it is targeted to kids, but I don't remember getting so frustrated with the redundancies in his other series. (Fablehaven and Candy Shop Wars)
Roya Stern
Our family reads books together. We read this series because we had really enjoyed Mull's Fablehaven series. I was not taken with this series at first. I liked it a bit more with the second book. By the third, I wished the serried would continue.
Troy Powell
I really enjoyed this series. Brandon Mull is one of my favorite writers.
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Brandon Mull resides in a happy little valley near the mouth of a canyon with his wife and three children. He spent two years living in the Atacama Desert of Northern Chile where he learned Spanish and juggling. He once won a pudding eating contest in the park behind his grandma’s house, earning a gold medal. Brandon is the author of the New York Times bestselling Fablehaven series and The Candy S ...more
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