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  • SO GOOOOOOOODDDDD!!!!

    "Is there some sort of online application for potental Unwanteds? Or do I just have to draw in the dirt?" Those were my first thoughts when I started reading this book. Back when I first started the Unwanteds series, I was like "Hmm, I guess I'll try this book out." Alas, I must admit that it was Aaron's name that caught my attention. An Alex and an Aaron. If anyone can tell from other books (Like the Magisterium, for instance) that having both an An Alex and an Aaron in the same book never turns out right. Bad things happen, usually involving murder, zombies, stone cheetahs, and magicall paradises. But in more ways then one, The Unwanteds series acts as an opposite for the Magisterium. In the Magisterium, Alex was evil and tried to kill Aaron for his chaos magic. In the Unwanteds, it's the other way around. So indeed I say: "When I'm older, I'll go live in Artimé!!" This book is full of twists and turns, of cliffhangers where you'd least expect. And it's (a little obviously) halarious. I implore you to read this book. P.S. What is with Alex and knockout injuries?! Someone please create a verbal componant to protect him from those. He REALLY needs it.

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  • The unwanteds island of fire

    I loved the book and appreciated how it would relate to a young reader. The young people today need good adventures to keep their interest in reading. I just love discussing these books with my grandchildren. My grandson is 9 and he is really enjoying this series. I also really enjoyed reading it.

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  • The Island Of Fire

    This book was super engaging! When i was about half way finished i had already read what the other books were about and i kind of connected the dots a bit. after that i loved it even more! i recomend this book to kids who likes Harry Potter and Percey Jackson. although it is simalar to other books it is also totally differnt

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  • Great

    A great book. but i did feel as though it was dragging on a bit so i dont know if the next book will be as intriging as the first and second.

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  • Island of fire

    I love this book and the way it intrigues me and sucks me into its pages.Inspiring and creative.Amazing.

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