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4th Volume in the Levem Thumps Series. Leven continues quest to save the imaginations and dreams of all mankind


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4th Volume in the Levem Thumps Series. Leven continues quest to save the imaginations and dreams of all mankind

30 review for Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jey

    One of my biggest complaints in "ya fiction" series is that they spend way too much time rehashing what happened in previous books. Typically, this drives me bananas. This is one of the first books I have noticed that does not do that, and strangely, it made me crazy! That's because it has been nearly a year since I last read #3, and I couldn't immediately pull up who was who or where they were. Odd. I also have to add that although Kirkus Reviews said the book had "Splendidly unpredictable plot One of my biggest complaints in "ya fiction" series is that they spend way too much time rehashing what happened in previous books. Typically, this drives me bananas. This is one of the first books I have noticed that does not do that, and strangely, it made me crazy! That's because it has been nearly a year since I last read #3, and I couldn't immediately pull up who was who or where they were. Odd. I also have to add that although Kirkus Reviews said the book had "Splendidly unpredictable plot twists...culminating in a literally explosive climax" I found that to be untrue. The end was kind of dumb, kind of weak. It ended more like the end of a chapter, not a book. I wasn't so impressed. Personally, it's getting a little long winded, but probably that's just me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chase

    THIS BOOK COUNTS AS TWO BOOKS The Wrath of Ezra is about Ezra and Dennis trying to stop people from Foo trying to get to Reality. It is also about Leven becoming the Want. The sychophants are also trying to stop people from Foo Trying to get to Reality. I gave this book 5 stars because once again I couldnt put it down. I would recomend this book to anyone who liked the first 3 books in the Leven Thumps series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Janeen-san

    As always, the writer of this great Leven Thumps series never fails to surprise me! This book was absolutely great. I flew through the pages, finishing it faster than any other book in this sereis. It had some funny chapter titles; I also liked the cover--an illustration of Ezra by Benjamen R. Sowards. That toothpick was very rude, but I was surprised at the end of the book that I could get so wide-eyed and tense over his seeming demise. Get ready to fight with your eyes closed, get buried alive As always, the writer of this great Leven Thumps series never fails to surprise me! This book was absolutely great. I flew through the pages, finishing it faster than any other book in this sereis. It had some funny chapter titles; I also liked the cover--an illustration of Ezra by Benjamen R. Sowards. That toothpick was very rude, but I was surprised at the end of the book that I could get so wide-eyed and tense over his seeming demise. Get ready to fight with your eyes closed, get buried alive, witness Shatterball and the death of Time...Read! Leven, Foo's new Want, is being kept secret from the rest of the magical realm until all his Want powers are fully developed. The gang hunts down Knoll, a henchman of Azure, and finally suceeds in worming some information out of him. They rest at the Devil's Spiral, home to the Eggmen, candy-makers of Foo, before journeying to Cusp, so they can observe the Shatterball tournament and hunt down Azure, and further try to stop this war to unite Reality and Foo. Azure has some devious plans: he has raised the Dearth, an even eviler being than himself, to assist in the war--however, both are plotting each others death. The secret is released and war is coming to Sycophant Run. There, a mysterious but permanent gateway to the real world exists. The sycophants have a glass map, showing the way to Reality. Should they shatter the map for the greater good, so Azure and his armies won't be able to get into Reality? Meanwhile, in our world, Tim gets into Foo, and Terry and Addy get into the picture for real. The TRUE war to unite Foo and Reality has began! And so has the war to stop it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kelli

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. With the other three books in this series, it always took me a LONG time to get through it...not because they are hard to read, but I was kind of bored in a lot of sections. With this book, I was hooked within the first chapter. It is really nice now that all the characters are developed and they are finally reaching the climax of the story. I thought it was well done, and I am finally learning to enjoy the writing style. I love that you get to delve farther with Leven's powers as the Want and t With the other three books in this series, it always took me a LONG time to get through it...not because they are hard to read, but I was kind of bored in a lot of sections. With this book, I was hooked within the first chapter. It is really nice now that all the characters are developed and they are finally reaching the climax of the story. I thought it was well done, and I am finally learning to enjoy the writing style. I love that you get to delve farther with Leven's powers as the Want and the relationship between Leven and Winter and Geth and Clover. I love Clover! He is wonderful at comic relief. It is also interesting to know that Leven's dad is still alive. It has an interesting twist to it though. This was a great book for children and adults alike. I really enjoyed it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

    "Leven Thumps and Wrath of Ezra"; by Obert Skye is definitely one of my favorite books out of the series. It's a fantasy adventure story filled with action, humor, mystery, and suspense. The author takes it to a whole new level by creating strange creatures, refreshingly new characters, and a land never known before. The story takes place in Foo, the place where man kinds' dreams and imaginations become possible. Without these two places kept separate, everything would turn to complete chaos, o "Leven Thumps and Wrath of Ezra"; by Obert Skye is definitely one of my favorite books out of the series. It's a fantasy adventure story filled with action, humor, mystery, and suspense. The author takes it to a whole new level by creating strange creatures, refreshingly new characters, and a land never known before. The story takes place in Foo, the place where man kinds' dreams and imaginations become possible. Without these two places kept separate, everything would turn to complete chaos, or even worse, cease to exist. That is exactly what the inhabitants of Foo don't know when they gather to merge the two realms with the guidance of Azure and the evil Dearth. Together Leven Thumps and his friends Clover, Winter, and Geth must stop the army and leaders from succeeding before it's too late and all of humanity perishes. Meanwhile in Reality, Ezra, Geth's evil toothpick half, and Dennis Wood, a used-to-be janitor are also causing chaos in an already chaotic world, preparing for the Dearth to come and take over. My favorite character would have to be Clover, Leven's sycophant. (Sycophants are beings who are assigned to someone who has come into Foo.) He always keeps the story exciting and surprising. Clover also has a funny sense of humor. Here is a quote: '"Sorry," Clover said. "Geth started lecturing me and I couldn't take it." "It wasn't a lecture," Geth insisted. "You were throwing rocks at that poor fish." "You saw the way he was looking at me," Clover argued."' I feel this book was very well written, because of the picturesque description, realistic dialogue, and the exciting plot that unravels throughout the story. The writing style is also humorous a lot of the time, and sometimes the author overdoes it a bit. But, anyone would agree the artistry overpowers the bad points. "Colorful trees and lush growth flourished along the roads and in the yards of every structure. Birds flew through the balloon-filled sky in magnificent patterns, showing off their colors and skills. The intricate stone streets and tall, esthetically pleasing homes competed with the trees and rivers for people's attention." Will Leven stop the Dearth and Ezra from destroying everyone? Or does Fate have something else in mind? Read "Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra" to find out!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    I liked this book better than the third one, but there were still way too many main characters. I was glad Leven wasn't separated from Winter and Geth this time like usual. I also liked the way in which Janet has progressed. Her character has definitely grown the most. I did think Janet and Osk's romance was a little weird, though. I wish we were given more details. For instance, why has Winter grown five years in just a few short weeks? I understand that Leven is an offing and grows through exp I liked this book better than the third one, but there were still way too many main characters. I was glad Leven wasn't separated from Winter and Geth this time like usual. I also liked the way in which Janet has progressed. Her character has definitely grown the most. I did think Janet and Osk's romance was a little weird, though. I wish we were given more details. For instance, why has Winter grown five years in just a few short weeks? I understand that Leven is an offing and grows through experience, but Winter isn't an offing, so why is she maturing just as rapidly? I'm also not sure what to think about Sabine's continual reappearance. He died in the first book, why do we keep seeing him? Honestly, communicating through Dennis' skin is just a little creepy, and I really could have done without it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cliff

    I've lowered my review for this book as compared to some of the earlier ones. In the end, all the little niggling annoyances that I had with series at first are amplified in this one. Honestly, one can't help but feel that Obert Skye is shooting for these books to be humorous. But the humor simply isn't worth the time spent on it. New annoyances include a complete lack of explanation for why certain events occur and how Ezra mysteriously has gained insight into pop culture. I'm sure it was to tr I've lowered my review for this book as compared to some of the earlier ones. In the end, all the little niggling annoyances that I had with series at first are amplified in this one. Honestly, one can't help but feel that Obert Skye is shooting for these books to be humorous. But the humor simply isn't worth the time spent on it. New annoyances include a complete lack of explanation for why certain events occur and how Ezra mysteriously has gained insight into pop culture. I'm sure it was to try and enhance the humor, but instead, it just falls flat and feels exceedingly disjoint from all the prior tales. As there is only one more book in the series, I'll definitely see it through. The tale itself is still well-wrought. It's a shame that the writing can't match the level of the plot.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Although this book had a number of great plot points, it just wasn't that good. It kind of feels like the author has just given up and is pushing himself to finish the series. There were a lot of shortcuts that didn't make a whole lot of sense, and the style felt extremely forced. I'll read the next (and final!) book when it comes out, and I'm excited to see how the story ends, but I'm afraid the series overall just isn't as much fun as it was to start with. Although this book had a number of great plot points, it just wasn't that good. It kind of feels like the author has just given up and is pushing himself to finish the series. There were a lot of shortcuts that didn't make a whole lot of sense, and the style felt extremely forced. I'll read the next (and final!) book when it comes out, and I'm excited to see how the story ends, but I'm afraid the series overall just isn't as much fun as it was to start with.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I took me forever to get interested in this one. About half-way throught it started to draw me in. If you haven't read the previous books, it will make virtually no sense to you, so it is essential that you read the previous 3 books before this one. Also, I wasn't thrilled with the ending. Overall, it was OK, but I would never read it again. Not worth the time and energy, and too many loose end and chapters that were never tied back into the story. I took me forever to get interested in this one. About half-way throught it started to draw me in. If you haven't read the previous books, it will make virtually no sense to you, so it is essential that you read the previous 3 books before this one. Also, I wasn't thrilled with the ending. Overall, it was OK, but I would never read it again. Not worth the time and energy, and too many loose end and chapters that were never tied back into the story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jamissmile

    2*'s. Second to Last book in the series. Maybe I didn't noticed it in the first few books, maybe he totally changed his writing style, I don't know. But the start of - EVERY- chapter began with a long paragraph, sometimes two, about absolutely nothing. It annoyed the heck out of me. This book is a cliffhanger. 2*'s. Second to Last book in the series. Maybe I didn't noticed it in the first few books, maybe he totally changed his writing style, I don't know. But the start of - EVERY- chapter began with a long paragraph, sometimes two, about absolutely nothing. It annoyed the heck out of me. This book is a cliffhanger.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kerri

    Everything is heating up and heading for the confrontation between Foo and Reality. Leven continues to grow and change. Ezra and Dennis also continue to grow (kind of) and work their way towards Foo. We're heading into the final showdown! Everything is heating up and heading for the confrontation between Foo and Reality. Leven continues to grow and change. Ezra and Dennis also continue to grow (kind of) and work their way towards Foo. We're heading into the final showdown!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tanner

    I love these books, I’ve been reading them for the longest time and I’ve loved each book even more than the last one. I love being able to see each of the characters evolve into smart, mature, intense, and just the perfect heroes that a story would need. You go from watching Leven as a small kid in the beginning who is shy and bullied to this young man by book four that is commanding armies and is confronting the most dangerous creatures in Foo. Leven goes from being able to hardly keep up with I love these books, I’ve been reading them for the longest time and I’ve loved each book even more than the last one. I love being able to see each of the characters evolve into smart, mature, intense, and just the perfect heroes that a story would need. You go from watching Leven as a small kid in the beginning who is shy and bullied to this young man by book four that is commanding armies and is confronting the most dangerous creatures in Foo. Leven goes from being able to hardly keep up with the stressors of school to being able to endure the weight of keeping two worlds from colliding together. This book has many points of views that have a huge impact on the story line and the way that you feel about everything that is going on. You have good people fighting against Leven for good reasons while you have bad people doing the same thing, so you end up feeling very, very conflicted with what is really good and what is really bad. You Have characters that the only way they can get back to their families is if they bridge the portal back to reality, but at the same time you have Leven and his guys keeping this from happening because they believe that it will destroy all reality and life.

  13. 4 out of 5

    SarahKat

    This series started out so so good! The first book was 5 stars! The only reason this book and the third book are rated even at 3 and 4 stars is because my son keeps saying he really likes them, but I can tell he doesn't like them as much as the first or second. The first flowed really well when reading it aloud, but this just seemed clunky and hard to get through. This book has a lot of superfluous uninteresting things going on. There are some chapters that focus solely on some sychophants tryin This series started out so so good! The first book was 5 stars! The only reason this book and the third book are rated even at 3 and 4 stars is because my son keeps saying he really likes them, but I can tell he doesn't like them as much as the first or second. The first flowed really well when reading it aloud, but this just seemed clunky and hard to get through. This book has a lot of superfluous uninteresting things going on. There are some chapters that focus solely on some sychophants trying to make sure the key is in the right place or a map is destroyed or something. I don't know why but both my son and I found those incredibly dull. The books are losing their focus I think. We don't see enough of the main characters and instead there is action all over the place, not all of it interesting. Also, this book BADLY needs editing! I noticed especially towards the end, there are simple misspellings and typos! "Though" when it should be "through;" a character, "Reed," spelled "Read" once; and words without spaces between them. It wasn't all bad. Clover is still great, and Ezra is becoming a fun character as well. I am not sure if I'm looking forward to reading the last book or if I'm looking forward to being done with the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bek

    My childhood series I never read Harry Potter as a kid because my small child brain was obsessed with this series. I never read the last book so I’m looking forward to that. Obviously the book isnt perfect, sometimes the writing is a little choppy and weirdly worded, but it still holds a special place in my heart. I also really like the addition of the illustrations throughout the books, theyre really well done for a middle grade novel.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Natelle

    The narrator seemed to be a little more chatty in this novel. Leven, Clover, Winter, Geth, and the rest of the characters continued to be tossed around by fate into interesting situations. We delved deeper into Foo and found out a little more about why fate pulled so hard on certain characters. New characters join the cast promising interesting resolutions in the fifth and final novel in the series. (Can you guess which book I shall read next?)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Madeline (The Bookish Mutant)

    OH. MY. FLIPPIN’. GOD. THAT CLIFFHANGER. AAaAaAaaaaAAAAAaaAAAHHHHH I NEED TO CHECK BOOK 5 OUT AT THE LIBRARY I NEED TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS EZRA WHAT DID YOU DO THIS TIME AAAAaaaAAAAAAH *flailing* *loud screeching* /Users/Madeline/Desktop/Randomness/Gifs/OH MY GOoOoOoOoOoD.gif

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    I really tried to finish this series, so I could say I finished it, and check off another childhood series completed, but my god this book just drags on for no reason whatsoever. Will gladly donate the series, and hopefully it'll be picked up by someone else who can enjoy it more. I really tried to finish this series, so I could say I finished it, and check off another childhood series completed, but my god this book just drags on for no reason whatsoever. Will gladly donate the series, and hopefully it'll be picked up by someone else who can enjoy it more.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    We're getting close to the end! The story gets more and more intense and we see Leven and Winter grow in leaps and bounds. Can't wait to read the conclusion! We're getting close to the end! The story gets more and more intense and we see Leven and Winter grow in leaps and bounds. Can't wait to read the conclusion!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Emily Santiago

    Totally stupid of me but I read the books out of order but I still love them all. I actually started with this one The wrath of Ezra 😂😅🤦‍♀️

  20. 5 out of 5

    Avery

    I liked this book, can't wait to read the last one! I liked this book, can't wait to read the last one!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Superhero_gal

    Had some forced romance, but was good.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Megan Eggers

    Unfortunately for Azure - and fortunately for Leven and Foo - the good in him finally won out.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lucien Rouvere

    Probably the most boring book in the whole series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    06Jonah K

    Period 6 Thompsons Review Jonah Knight Laidies and Gentalmen of the jury I am here today to prove to you that the book Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra is a good book. Although childish and strange the good far out weighs the bad in this case. Now you may look at this cover and think that it is way too childish with a toothpick on the front cover. Today I will prove to you that it is a well written childrens novel. My first order of bisness is to tell you of one of the only bad things about this Period 6 Thompsons Review Jonah Knight Laidies and Gentalmen of the jury I am here today to prove to you that the book Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra is a good book. Although childish and strange the good far out weighs the bad in this case. Now you may look at this cover and think that it is way too childish with a toothpick on the front cover. Today I will prove to you that it is a well written childrens novel. My first order of bisness is to tell you of one of the only bad things about this book one example of it is, "You have no friends Denis, Ezra started to wail". This is an example of the way that Ezra treats his partner Denis. Denis is always nice to Ezra but Ezra is very mean to him. Denis is like a teddy bear in the way that he never returns an insult until he is quite angry and always protects the toothpick that seriousely believes that he is the future ruler of the entire earth. "The avalad was huge that came from underground it was covered in rock and tavel" This is a good thing because it is telling us of all the cool things in foo for instance the thing that is in this sentance is called an avalad it is a big monster made out of rock and dirt and it can tunnel under the ground. this is what helps leven, clover, winter , and geth to find the dearths ungergroundd layer where he keeps all the bad cretures in foo. "The pawns scord again as one of the pawns pushed another pigon out of the Ring." This is anotheer good part of this book. it tells you about the types oif games that they have in foo. This particular game is a game when the nits in the statium are all nits that have the power to fly. tyhey all fly in this big glass ball that has a tube that leads out into a field that the players are droped. the objective of the game is the nits have teams one of these teams is called the pigons and the other team is the pawns. The game ends when ether the ball that they play in shatters or all the players on one team fall out of the drain. all of foo enjoy this game alot, but azure uses it to stop time and do his plans and not be noticed. "Azure tryed to stop himself but the candor box was working perfectly" the candor box is another good thing because it shows that the things that we have in reality are far differnt then in foo. The candor box is a very rare thing even in foo. Azure uses it to get answers from leven, winter, and geth. It is a box that is the exact size of a telephone booth with a window with bars. When an organ is played by a nit then the box and the music combine to make a person tell the truth and never lie. after Azure uses it on leven and his friends they get out of prison and find him and knock him out and use it on him to find a friend (clover the scyophant) that was obducted by Azure just days before. I also dont like the way that the Dearth is so creepy and is so evil. for instance he tells leven that he knows that if his plans are done by his men then they will all die and as will all the humans on earth. he says this because he wants to get rid of all living things so he can be alone with his dirt. the dearth controls the dirt and can posess all people that step on the dirt in foo. that is why Azure a once great lithin is now his evil hench man. He the main "bad guy" in this book. leven trys to stop him from ending all humanity. Good people of this jury if you go over the evidence that i have produced then it would be hard for you not relise that this book although holding a greedy toothpick and an evil part of the ground that has stolen all the evil from all of those in foo that were sentanced to be burried alive, (because you cannot die in foo). It is still a great childrens novvel because of all the crazy differences between foo and reality. Your honor I rest my case

  25. 4 out of 5

    Zade Tischner/(black)

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The book Leven thumps and the Wrath of Ezra was a great book and was well thought out with twist and turns. Leven is try to stop the Dearth from escaping foo, Leven is now the want and the Dearth is becoming stronger than ever. He even has figured out the secret to killing the elusive sycophants. Probably the one of the most important secrets in foo. He needs to go to sycophant run( the home of the sycophants) to find the gateway in and out of foo. Meanwhile the resistance is waning, only the ma The book Leven thumps and the Wrath of Ezra was a great book and was well thought out with twist and turns. Leven is try to stop the Dearth from escaping foo, Leven is now the want and the Dearth is becoming stronger than ever. He even has figured out the secret to killing the elusive sycophants. Probably the one of the most important secrets in foo. He needs to go to sycophant run( the home of the sycophants) to find the gateway in and out of foo. Meanwhile the resistance is waning, only the main characters remain, Geth, Leven, Winter, Tim, Janet, and Clover, are all that's left of the little resistance that, all of foo is depending on. Meanwhile on earth Ezra is Very angry as usual and is desperately trying to find the gateway into foo so that he can get his revenge on Geth for abandoning him. Dennis on the other hand is still helping Ezra even though he can just leave a become a normal person again. Now he is known as Professor Wizard, and is Trying to make everyone accept the fate that is coming into foo. I really liked this book I spent a lot of time reading it. I just couldn’t put it down. I loved finding about all the twist and turns and changes to the story it happened a lot ,often making the book less tiresome, and aggravating. I didn’t like some of the parts with terry and addy i just don’t like those characters in general. Like We Get It They’re MEAN, you just tended to show that a lot. I was happy when they died tho.(i know that's wrong to be happy when someone dies) But it was for the best. I Liked how the author portrayed the other things and characters and things in the book. Like the dearth when he got stronger. And when he changed into a Scottish man. I could really see him like that and i could even see the accent too. I like how Leven Became a braver character now it suits him way better. I like how the characters never gave up. I can relate to that because about 3yrs ago I was on and Accelerated baseball team and we were down 12-1 with 30 minutes left. My team basically gave up but i didn’t i told them that they should be ashamed of themselves and that should grow up. I was up to bat 2 outs, if they get one more out its over. I get a hit a nice base hit and I get a double easy my team was Excited. I eventually scored. We go through the whole batting order. I get up again and score the final run to win the game. I think the theme of this book is that you shouldn’t ever give up and i proves that a lot when they make insane comebacks and crazy wins it's all about your determination. And it showed that in this book

  26. 5 out of 5

    05CollinD Daley

    The Dearth has awakened and wants to destroy all of humanity, the secret of the Sycophants has been revealed and it is up to Leven Thumps and his companions to save all of Foo and Reality. This book takes place in Foo for Leven Thumps and his Companions while the story takes place in Reality for Dennis O Wood and Ezra. Protagonists: Leven Thumps, Winter Frore, Clover Ernest, and Geth Antagonists: Dennis O Wood, Ezra, Azure, and The Dearth. In the start of the book, 2 cogs named Colin and Tanner wer The Dearth has awakened and wants to destroy all of humanity, the secret of the Sycophants has been revealed and it is up to Leven Thumps and his companions to save all of Foo and Reality. This book takes place in Foo for Leven Thumps and his Companions while the story takes place in Reality for Dennis O Wood and Ezra. Protagonists: Leven Thumps, Winter Frore, Clover Ernest, and Geth Antagonists: Dennis O Wood, Ezra, Azure, and The Dearth. In the start of the book, 2 cogs named Colin and Tanner were plowing a field when they found a crater. When they went to investigate it they found The Dearth trying to get himself out of the dirt so that he could get to Azure and gain strength to kill Leven and take over Reality. Leven, Geth, and Winter went and trapped Knoll and forced him to tell them where Azure was. They found out that he was going to be in Cusp in 3 days time. On their way there they imprisoned Knoll at the Devils Spiral with the Eggmen. From there they took a detour to the place that Lith used to be. They rescued Phoebe, the last longing from the dirt underwater. When they got to Cusp, Azure tricked, and captured them for The Dearth. After the y escaped, The Dearth brought Leven to him so that he could kill him. Leven managed to surprise him with the knowledge that he was The Want and get away. When he made it back to Cusp, He, Geth, And Winter went to the Shatterball Games to find and kill Azure. Everything went badly when Azure started stopping time and his army's started attacking. Azure captured and interrogated them and then put them back in a prison cell. Tim Tuttle, managed to help them escape only to have The Dearth capture Leven again. Right as The Dearth went to stab and kill Leven, he fully became The Want, which made it impossible for The Dearth to kill him without the 1 person who could. So Leven got away to fight another day. I liked this book because there was a lot of deception and action in the book. Pg. 249, The Dearth's eyes widened, "what do you see?" he asked suspiciously. "what you truly want," Leven Replied, disgusted. "Lithen party-line? You know exactly what will happen when you move into reality, It will destroy everything." Pg. 250, "Oh" The Dearth said sadly "about that. Azure suffered and accident this evening and is not feeling all that well." One theme in this book is do not try to merge things that were not meant to be merged. I would recommend this book to anyone that loves fantasy adventure books.

  27. 4 out of 5

    08jaimev

    This is the Fourth book of the series of Leven Thumps. It's easy to see how far Leven and Winter and Geth have come after the first two books. Geth is now restored, but by the moment he seems to be growing shorter. Also, recently Winter's old caretaker/mother is now a wisp. In other words, she accidently was in the wrong spot at the wrong time. Her body was just hanging over the side walk a tad, so now she is half in Foo, and yet still at the same time half of her is in Reality. She feels bad a This is the Fourth book of the series of Leven Thumps. It's easy to see how far Leven and Winter and Geth have come after the first two books. Geth is now restored, but by the moment he seems to be growing shorter. Also, recently Winter's old caretaker/mother is now a wisp. In other words, she accidently was in the wrong spot at the wrong time. Her body was just hanging over the side walk a tad, so now she is half in Foo, and yet still at the same time half of her is in Reality. She feels bad about what she has done to Winter and how she has treated her. In the meantime, the whole land of Foo is preparing for a battle. Of course where we last left leven, he had saved Geth and Clover and Winter. Ezra the live maniac toothpick has now taken over Winter old neighbor. Sabine may be dead but his spirit still lives very much. Now Winter's neighbor has Sabine in him and ev ery second he fights the urge to do bad things, such as take over Foo. In this book, there is such thing as a longing. You know the meaning when you see a person you haven't seen in a very long time and you long to be with them becuase you want to talk to them and see how things have been going. It's also associated with love. That's exactly what the longing is. She is so beautiful and mystical, that when you see her you won't be able to take your eyes off of her. We met the longing in the last book when Leven found out that he was the new, Eyes of the Want. Becuase his grandfather was it before him. His Grandfather had kept the longing hidden becuase although it spreads love,it can also be very dangerous. As they are on the chase to stop the war, save Foo, capture Jamoon, and get the longing back. The longing has a wonderful time doing what it does best, spreading love. But one thing is for sure is, it doesn't make feelings that weren't there, it can't make to strangers just fall in love. Which means that it only makes what was already there stronger. I would reccomend this book to anyone who likes action and adventure and who has started reading the Leven Thumps series. I rate this book two stars because the first two books of the series were very interesting and exciting. This one just sort of starts where it left off. In my opinion it is a little boaring then the others.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Clay McFadden

    This was another book in a great, creative series. I could never come up with the awesome ideas this author comes up with! It was great book, and I can't wait to move on. This was another book in a great, creative series. I could never come up with the awesome ideas this author comes up with! It was great book, and I can't wait to move on.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stan

    After the disappointment of reading "The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail," By Michael Spradlin, I found that Mr. Skye's book was a refreshing redemption of young adult literature, especially since I read both books back-to-back. In fact, part of the reason I picked up "Leven Thumps" was to see whether all YA literature was going down the same trail, or whether it was just a few books (and copious amounts of "fan fic"). Leven Thumps delivered, and in a surprising way. Though some things were After the disappointment of reading "The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail," By Michael Spradlin, I found that Mr. Skye's book was a refreshing redemption of young adult literature, especially since I read both books back-to-back. In fact, part of the reason I picked up "Leven Thumps" was to see whether all YA literature was going down the same trail, or whether it was just a few books (and copious amounts of "fan fic"). Leven Thumps delivered, and in a surprising way. Though some things were a bit too easy for the main character, the reasons were explained well, I thought, and Leven and company really did face some sticky situations in which the solutions were not just handed to them at the last moment. I think one of the most winning aspects of this book, for me, was Skye's personal narration throughout the book. The style was ultra-casual, light-hearted, and, though random at times,very amusing. It was like watching a movie while standing right next to the director, in a sense, who was filling you in on all the little details that would swamp the story if they were to be included in the main plotline. In any case, the book flowed well--if somewhat meandering because of the inherent strangeness of the land of dreams ("Foo")--and one really could just immerse themself in the world Skye crafted. And what a world that is. I didn't even bother to count the number of different creatures, gizmos, magics, etc. he wove into this book (I have to say that the travel by rope idea was spiffy), but it all clicked together. I think it's a real credit to Skye that he managed to make his world of Foo sufficiently robust that even a first-time reader who jumped in at book four (I didn't realise it was book four, at first--I was too lazy to carefully examine the cover) was able to pick up the trail, and the previous storyline quickly enough that he wanted to keep reading, and still had a fair idea of what had gone before, and what was yet to come. Straight up, this book is weird--and I think that's by design. But it really is a delightful tale, and it's one I'd recommend to children and adults alike.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stan Crowe

    After the disappointment of reading "The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail," By Michael Spradlin, I found that Mr. Skye's book was a refreshing redemption of young adult literature, especially since I read both books back-to-back. In fact, part of the reason I picked up "Leven Thumps" was to see whether all YA literature was going down the same trail, or whether it was just a few books (and copious amounts of "fan fic"). Leven Thumps delivered, and in a surprising way. Though some things were After the disappointment of reading "The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail," By Michael Spradlin, I found that Mr. Skye's book was a refreshing redemption of young adult literature, especially since I read both books back-to-back. In fact, part of the reason I picked up "Leven Thumps" was to see whether all YA literature was going down the same trail, or whether it was just a few books (and copious amounts of "fan fic"). Leven Thumps delivered, and in a surprising way. Though some things were a bit too easy for the main character, the reasons were explained well, I thought, and Leven and company really did face some sticky situations in which the solutions were not just handed to them at the last moment. I think one of the most winning aspects of this book, for me, was Skye's personal narration throughout the book. The style was ultra-casual, light-hearted, and, though random at times,very amusing. It was like watching a movie while standing right next to the director, in a sense, who was filling you in on all the little details that would swamp the story if they were to be included in the main plotline. In any case, the book flowed well--if somewhat meandering because of the inherent strangeness of the land of dreams ("Foo")--and one really could just immerse themself in the world Skye crafted. And what a world that is. I didn't even bother to count the number of different creatures, gizmos, magics, etc. he wove into this book (I have to say that the travel by rope idea was spiffy), but it all clicked together. I think it's a real credit to Skye that he managed to make his world of Foo sufficiently robust that even a first-time reader who jumped in at book four (I didn't realise it was book four, at first--I was too lazy to carefully examine the cover) was able to pick up the trail, and the previous storyline quickly enough that he wanted to keep reading, and still had a fair idea of what had gone before, and what was yet to come. Straight up, this book is weird--and I think that's by design. But it really is a delightful tale, and it's one I'd recommend to children and adults alike.

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