Fablehaven For centuries mystical creatures of all description were gathered into a hidden refuge called Fablehaven to prevent their extinction The sanctuary survives today as one of the last strongholds of true

  • Title: Fablehaven
  • Author: Brandon Mull
  • ISBN: 9781590385814
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For centuries mystical creatures of all description were gathered into a hidden refuge called Fablehaven to prevent their extinction The sanctuary survives today as one of the last strongholds of true magic Enchanting Absolutely Exciting You bet Safe Well, actually, quite the opposite.Kendra and her brother, Seth, have no idea that their grandfather is the current cFor centuries mystical creatures of all description were gathered into a hidden refuge called Fablehaven to prevent their extinction The sanctuary survives today as one of the last strongholds of true magic Enchanting Absolutely Exciting You bet Safe Well, actually, quite the opposite.Kendra and her brother, Seth, have no idea that their grandfather is the current caretaker of Fablehaven Inside the gated woods, ancient laws keep relative order among greedy trolls, mischievous satyrs, plotting witches, spiteful imps, and jealous fairies However, when the rules get broken Seth is a bit too curious and reckless for his own good powerful forces of evil are unleashed, and Kendra and her brother face the greatest challenge of their lives To save their family, Fablehaven, and perhaps even the world, Kendra and Seth must find the courage to do what they fear most.

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    • Brandon Mull

      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 Shop War.

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    • This book was mediocre The author has some good ideas but the execution is terrible His writing is amateurish and frustrating to read None of the main characters are likable Still though, I find myself wanting to know what will happen next, strange as that seems I didn t hate this book but I m glad I didn t spend money on it.Seth and Kendra s parents are going on a cruise and they need to dump their kids off at their grandparents house Of course, Seth and Kendra are grumpy for being left behind [...]

    • Reviewed by Me for TeensReadTooIt s very rare, in this day and age of Harry Potter mania and yes, I admit I m a very devoted victim to find a fantasy story that can actually hold your attention With FABLEHAVEN, though, new author Brandon Mull manages to do just that from the very first page to the last Not to mention, thank the fairies, that there s already another book planned in the series The premise is simple enough two siblings, thirteen year old Kendra and her eleven year old brother, Seth [...]

    • Fablehaven Fablehaven 1 , Brandon MullFablehaven is The New York Times best selling children s literature fantasy series written by Brandon Mull The book series, which includes Fablehaven, Fablehaven Rise of the Evening Star, Fablehaven Grip of the Shadow Plague, Fablehaven Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary, and Fablehaven Keys to the Demon Prison, is published by Shadow Mountain in hardcover and Simon Schuster in paperback Fablehaven is a secret nature preserve protecting beings of myth and legen [...]

    • It was hard to determine what rating to give this book I think 2.5 is my verdict For interesting concept I d give it four stars but for execution delivery only two stars On fulfilling expectations I d give it one star This is one of the most disappointing reads I ve come across Thankfully the final few chapters were decent, so that saved the book from being a dismal failure in my mind Without giving away too much of the plot, I must say that this book is NOT really about caring for magical creat [...]

    • why can t i stop re reading this series no matter how many times i re read this i still love itand i have got the boxset, a b day present from my mom i love the whole series so much, i must buy myself the boxset.

    • At first I was thinking, Oh great, not another story about fairies But after a while I realized that Mull puts some very interesting twists in his version of fantastical creatures His adds some great morals and gives the reader a chance to see how great kids can be, as if we somehow lose sight of their potential when we become adults A great read

    • reminds me of the spiderwick chronicles just better.i have just noticed how much of a drama queen kendra is.

    • .I adored this book Absolutely gripping and wonderful Wonderful fantasy and strong characters without being too goody goody Recommended to everyone

    • My daughter, Sarah, 8 years old, but a great reader and I have loved this book, as well as its sequel, Rise of the Evening Star She is currently reading the third, Grip of the Shadow Plague because she snatched it up before I could Brandon Mull another LDS authorey seems to be everywhere has created a vibrant fantasy series with great characters and snappy dialogue Because there are both a brother and sister at the center of the intrigue, this will appeal to both boys and girls the sister is old [...]

    • I really enjoyed this book It s different from many other popular fantasy books, because there is a complete family structure included No orphan, no who could the mother father be , no who s going to be the father mentor figure that gets killed Not here there s a mother, a father, and two sets of grandparents, one set of whom die before the first book in an ordinary gas leak Due to their maternal grandparents death, they are introduced to Fablehaven and its mythical creatures I ve loved fauns an [...]

    • I hate these children I kept thinking either what horrid whiny little brats they are, or else what spoiled selfish raging aholes they are Seth cannot learn an effing lesson because his stupid grampa won t punish him for his horrid behavior, and he thinks it s fine to just go around capturing sentient beings any consequences that befall him lead to him being like well we re even now, so whatevs after someone else rescues his sorry ass And Kendra says stuff like I thought you were just the half Ch [...]

    • 3.5 Stars This was pretty good, but I was a little conflicted about my rating If I hadn t already read the Spiderwick Chronicles this would have gotten a higher rating, but alas I have They had elements that were fairly similar and as a result I didn t enjoy this as much as I should have I also think I m just spoiled by Chris Riddell and Paul Stewart when it comes to middle grade Regardless this was a fun read, and I ll definitely continue on

    • I have no idea this book could be so awesome I have to admit the cover scared me away not a huge fantasy fan, generally but this was honestly one of the best books I ve ever read Fantastic writing for older elementary but held me glued to it as an adult Off to the library to get the rest in the series.

    • None of these creatures are good Not the way we think of good None are safe Much of morality is peculiar to mortality The best creatures here are merely not evil This was such a wonderful mythical magical read Kendra and Seth are siblings the leads in this fantasy filled with fairies, naiads, golems and witches This is my first Brandon Mull book and I can boldly say, I was left feeling than satisfied with frequent nostalgic feelings of my younger days lol Even though this is a children s book t [...]

    • I find it very difficult to write a review for this book I suppose I ll start with the fact that I d expected the book to focus on the actual Fantastical Preserve ie, what a caretaker actually does day in and day out to care for magical creatures However, there really wasn t any of that Or very little at least It was like a giant patch of land where the magical beings could exist Which, is fine, just not what I d expected.So, now for the unfortunate things at least, in my opinion I didn t real [...]

    • While their parents are off on a 2 week cruise, Kendra and Seth are sent to stay with their grandparents, which they think will be boring beyond belief but they couldn t be wrong Their grandparents live on the magical preserve, Fablehaven, a refuge for fairies, trolls, satyrs, and many of the things that go BUMP in the night.Overwhelmed and excited by all that the house and its vast yard have to offer, Kendra and Seth both exhibit very different approaches to interacting with Fablehaven s magic [...]

    • I picked up this book after attending a Meet the Author event at our local library I had to fight my 9 year old daughter for it Mom, are you reading my book AGAIN We loved it Fablehaven is a fascinating place, brought to life vividly by Brandon Mull But it was than just magic, it had a moral and some very good discussion points that my daughter and I talked about after we finished This book and its sequel were ones that you WANT to read with your kids And both of us are waiting for the Book 3

    • 2.5 StarsHugo slackened his pace, and they came to a stop in front of the shadowy doorway The church was completely still There was no sign anybody had been there in a hundred years I d rather have the sun, but at least we still have some light, Grandma said, using a tool to set the silver headed arrow to the string of her undersized crossbow and pull it into position Let s get this over with as soon as we can Evil likes darkness Why is that Seth asked.Grandma thought about the question a moment [...]

    • As Kendra and Seth s parents off to a cruise, they visit their Grandfather Sorenson s house for one summer vacation But as they lived in their grandpa s house, not just the rules are seem to be odd but also the place their grandpa claimed to be his own.Kendra being the rule bearer and Seth as the rule breaker, one will try to break his grandfather s rule while one will try to obey the said rule However, both ways will unveil the secrets behind Fablehaven And as they venture Fablehaven, they disc [...]

    • This book was so frustrating I wanted desperately to like it, but it was a struggle to keep reading past the first few chapters I had major issues with Mull s writing style, and his characters were little better than basic stock characters His mythology seemed a little bit contrived, and the history that was offered for it was sketchy, abrupt, and in all honesty kind of difficult to believe It did show promise though, and I m sure that the series gets better as Mull is bound to find his stride M [...]

    • 5 5 starsSharp people learn from their mistakes But the real sharp ones learn from the mistakes of othersThis was such a wonderful and crazy and utterly magical ride If someone asks me what Fablehaven reminds me of, I ll be unable to shake the Gravity Falls vibe off my mind to be honest, which of course means that all Fallers out there should immediately pick it up.It s A.M.A.Z.I.Nhe world building is crazy The variety of mythical creatures is so impressive that I actually reached a point where [...]

    • Drink the milk 2.5 to 3 stars.This was certainly a long read for me, which tends to either mean I really loved it or it just dragged nonstop painfully for me Unfortunately, I m the later with this book I really wanted to love and adore this book like the librarian I m helping did, but while I did like it, I had a few issues with some things, which took away some enjoyment for me Mainly the main characters Seth and Kendra, but mostly Seth in general.Seth, Seth, Seth, his constant stupidity that i [...]

    • 2.0 to 2.5 stars This book was okay but I was expecting to like it a whole lot based on the reviews I have read I really never liked the main characters Seth really annoyed me for much of the time and the fantasy elements weren t as interesting as in previous YA books I have read recently The Lightning Thief being the most notable Overall, it wasn t bad, but it also wasn t great.

    • I would highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys fantasy books with mythological creatures, especially dark creatures There was one scene that gave me goosebumps, and books don t scare me easily I can t wait to read

    • The rep who brought in the reader for Fablehaven was really excited about it And, you know, I m up for reading about sanctuaries for magical animals Pity then, I started reading and thought I m supposed to care why I m starting to wonder if I m getting old Which is silly because I read plenty of kids fantasy Such a plentitude that I m probably getting pickier.The main character, Kendra, was very bland Her characterisation was, basically, that she didn t like breaking rules although she didn t se [...]

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