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The Keeper

(Watersmeet #3)

3.97  ·  Rating details ·  101 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Abisina is ready to embrace her destiny and become the Keeper of Watersmeet. But the survival of the land depends on the north and south—the centaurs, dwarves, fairies, humans, and fauns—joining together to confront a gathering evil. The rift that opened in the mountains has continued to spew forth terrible creatures. Abisina knows that the most powerful creature of all ...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published November 5th 2013 by Skyscape (first published January 1st 2013)
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Mia
Mar 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Wow! What a great finish! I like that the conclusion felt real.
Abisina must face hear fears about her destiny, leadership, and evil. This is an epic finale to the story of Watersmeet! The mysteries are solved, evil vanquished,Abby assumes her role as leader. She has moments of doubt, fear and of great courage as any great hero does? It still irritates me that the author does not describe how to fight or forage, but I have accepted that this is the way the author writes. I also wish that there
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Chelsy Marie
Jun 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
Would make a sweet movie..just saying :)
Audry
Feb 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Third in a series. Must read first two to understand what's going on. A lot of fighting for Seldara.
Jennifer
Jun 23, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Summary (hard to give without spoilers, so very general):
Abisina has taken her place as The Keeper of Watersmeet, but things are not going well. She feels that an unknown evil has come into the world and she needs help in order to defeat it. She struggles to bring together all possible allies, but will it be enough to defeat what has come to be?

My thoughts:
As a third book, this is not a stand alone, but it does have enough information that you don't have to reread if it has been awhile since you
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Ashley E
Oct 11, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: first-reads
Abisina and Watersmeet are at the edge of desperation in the final installment of the Watersmeet Trilogy. Abisina and her allies have been exiled from Watersmeet and are trying to bring the south together and break down their prejudices, but it's time to try to help Watersmeet again, and track down the scattered friends. Abisina and the mysterious fairy Neriah start the perilous journey back north, and finally to battle.

Abisina was more real to me in this book than in the past two. She's had to
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Michelle Mcroberts
May 31, 2013 rated it really liked it
This was an excellent hopeful conclusion to this series. I enjoyed this series more than originally expected to when I stumbled upon the first book in my local library. It explores themes of prejudice and racism; acceptance and integration; the effects of pain and loss and the definition of family. The themes are complex and varied. It would be a good book for use in a high school classroom for promoting discussion and real world application despite the setting in a fantasy world. There is ...more
Kerry
Mar 22, 2014 rated it really liked it
4.3 rating: How do yo defeat something thriving on chaos and hate? You band together, but trying to pull everyone together is an even bigger task than expected for young Abisina. Since Trolls, Dwarves, Centaurs, Fairies, Humans and Fauns don't always get along, how can she complete this task for all to survive? this was an amazing read as the third and final book in the trilogy. recommended for twelve and up i see no reason why any advance early reader won't enjoy this adventure as well. Highly ...more
L.
Mar 22, 2014 rated it liked it
Though I didn't read the first two books in this trilogy, i was able to follow the story with the help of the character's list in the front and by the way the author was able to leak out the previous events without a total retelling. If you liked "the Hobbit" you will love this book. Abisinia, a shape shifter, is trying to unite all the dwarves, fairies, centaurs and human in order to fight a bigger evil coming through the rift. It has the classic fight to the end with a twist.
Enjoy!
Becky
Jan 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, young-adult
This book was a lot darker than I expected, even after the fairly dark nature of the first two books in the series. It's well written and the pacing is good, but I found the constant struggle a little too constant. I wanted some relief here and there. It really needed some humor or lightness to balance the dark.
Stacie
May 04, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, fiction, ya
I felt this one read a little slower than the first two, which is often the case in trilogies. It was still a good story, just stretched a little thin in parts. All in all though, I would definitely recommend this series to any young adult/teen that enjoys fantasy storylines.
Carol (Kimiko)
Oct 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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it was a great read. my kids and husband liked it.
Aine
Nov 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
A fun, fast read and great ending to a wonderful trilogy.
Alanna
Oct 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Loved it! now i need to go get and read book 1 and 2!
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Ellen Jensen Abbott grew up in the foothills of New Hampshire’s White Mountains—often disappearing for a whole day to build forts, pretend, and read in the fields and forests around her house. She has degrees in English and education from Brown and Harvard Universities. When she is not dreaming up stories about Seldara, she teaches English at a boarding school in Westtown, PA. Ellen, her husband, ...more

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