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    [E–pub New] (Stoneheart Stoneheart trilogy #1) Author Charlie Fletcher I have always loved sculptures I can remember visiting the museum with my parents as a little girl and being truly frightened by some of the monstrous images carved in stone with their malicious smiles that exposed far too many tee

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Characters ½ Stoneheart Stoneheart trilogy #1 ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Atues malfaisantes gargouilles sculptures inuiétantes Une course poursuite terrifiante commence alors dans Londres car les tares n’ont plus u’un seul but tuer Georg. I have always loved sculptures I can remember visiting the museum with my parents as a little girl and being truly frightened by some of the monstrous images carved in stone with their malicious smiles that exposed far too many teeth for my small child imagination I think deep down I was always afraid they were going to suddenly come alive In Stoneheart that is exactly what happens to George Chapman a 12 year old English boy who expresses his frustration in the wrong way at the wrong timeGeorge is in the middle of a school field trip to the Natural History Museum in London when in a fit of anger he breaks a piece off the facade of the museum and suddenly finds himself pursued by a stone pterodactyl intent on his destruction The worst part No one else can see a thing except for Edie a mysterious girl who has been cursed with seeing such things for reasons she doesn t understand George is saved by the statue of a WW1 gunner and learns that he has found himself in the middle of a war Within London is unLondon where the statues made in human form spits have long fought against the taints sculptures of gargoyles dragons and other non human creatures George and Edie struggle to understand the rules of this strange unLondon not knowing who or what they can trustI really liked this book for both the concept and execution Fletcher has done a great job of describing London I was very interested to read in the author s note that all of the statues he has included in the book are actually in existence I must admit it made me want to visit some of them for myself I would highly recommend this book to readers who are looking for an intense adventure Because of the intense peril and scary situations experienced by George and Edie which the author describes in very vivid and descriptive language I wouldn t recommend this book for younger readers I am looking forward to the next book in the series Sweet Mandarin poursuite terrifiante commence alors dans Londres car les tares n’ont Sweet Mandarin plus u’un seul but tuer Georg. I have always loved sculptures I can remember visiting the museum with my The Lost Heart of Asia parents as a little girl and being truly frightened by some of the monstrous images carved in stone with their malicious smiles that exposed far too many teeth for my small child imagination I think deep down I was always afraid they were going to suddenly come alive In Stoneheart that is exactly what happens to George Chapman a 12 year old English boy who expresses his frustration in the wrong way at the wrong timeGeorge is in the middle of a school field trip to the Natural History Museum in London when in a fit of anger he breaks a The Secret Life And Brutal Death Of Mamie Thurman piece off the facade of the museum and suddenly finds himself The Tavern on Maple Street pursued by a stone El caso Banchero part No one else can see a thing except for Edie a mysterious girl who has been cursed with seeing such things for reasons she doesn t understand George is saved by the statue of a WW1 gunner and learns that he has found himself in the middle of a war Within London is unLondon where the statues made in human form spits have long fought against the taints sculptures of gargoyles dragons and other non human creatures George and Edie struggle to understand the rules of this strange unLondon not knowing who or what they can trustI really liked this book for both the concept and execution Fletcher has done a great job of describing London I was very interested to read in the author s note that all of the statues he has included in the book are actually in existence I must admit it made me want to visit some of them for myself I would highly recommend this book to readers who are looking for an intense adventure Because of the intense The Pleasure Trap peril and scary situations experienced by George and Edie which the author describes in very vivid and descriptive language I wouldn t recommend this book for younger readers I am looking forward to the next book in the series

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Characters ½ Stoneheart Stoneheart trilogy #1 ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Le jour où George est injustement puni lors d’une sortie de classe au Musée d’Histoire Naturelle il se venge en donnant un coup de poing rageur dans la statue d’. This book seems to have fallen into the same pattern that many other YA books fall into The first book is one long chase scene with little actual information being presented The Alchemyst and Percy Jackson are two other examples While I didn t mind the breakneck pace in those books I did mind it here Percy finds out who and what he is and so do the twins in The Alchemyst the characters in this book have very little idea of what is going on other than some statues and good and some are bad We don t find out too much about what a Glint is John Dee isn t explained very well and the war that has been started is only eluded to On top of that the characters are irritating George is a coward and Edie is rude There may be reasons they act that way but they are a bit too grating to be enjoyable Also the bad characters were weak The book switched to the viewpoints of the bad guys occasionally and they were walking somewhere or having a conversation not really doing anything too menacing I m not a fan of changing viewpoints for no reason and I feel that was the case here We get no new information by reading about a raven flying over a part of the city but it was a nice change in pace if anything The characters run from place to place occasionally meeting a statue that tells them where to go next Sometimes fast paced books work well and keep readers on the edge of their seats Stoneheart had me flipping pages and skipping paragraphs instead There simply is not enough substance Bad statutes are chasing a boy around because he punched one of them good statues are helping the boy survive and fix what he started It s not enough for me The book wasn t bad but it wasn t great and too much like other YA books out there

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