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Princess Lenora is supposed to be preparing for her wedding. But she and Prince Coren are sidetracked when the Balance, which holds two alternate worlds in place, begins to crumble.


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Princess Lenora is supposed to be preparing for her wedding. But she and Prince Coren are sidetracked when the Balance, which holds two alternate worlds in place, begins to crumble.

30 review for More Minds

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gwen (The Gwendolyn Reading Method)

    Sigh. These books were so much better in my memory. Watch my video review Sigh. These books were so much better in my memory. Watch my video review

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stormie Carroll

    Very entertaining and creative.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Philip

    Silly but cute.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    Though a pleasant read I found this far too predictable to be considered stellar.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jacinta

    Eh. It's not terrible, has a neat plot resolution and a bit of character development, probably quite good for an average 12 year old but was just too simple for me. Eh. It's not terrible, has a neat plot resolution and a bit of character development, probably quite good for an average 12 year old but was just too simple for me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Phylisha Stone

    An OK read. I tried but couldn't really get into it. I did finish. An OK read. I tried but couldn't really get into it. I did finish.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cait Califa

    "And she stomped purposely out of the room, muttering something about using all the power she could get and maybe asking Sayley if she'd like to join her in a little adventure. Coren stared after her. Well, that was life with Lenora. Never dull. He shrugged an apology to Fullbright and hurried off to help Lenora save the world." A humorous and adventurous fantasy. I read about halfway through the book before I realized it was part two in a series. Nevertheless, I understood the plot and was enterta "And she stomped purposely out of the room, muttering something about using all the power she could get and maybe asking Sayley if she'd like to join her in a little adventure. Coren stared after her. Well, that was life with Lenora. Never dull. He shrugged an apology to Fullbright and hurried off to help Lenora save the world." A humorous and adventurous fantasy. I read about halfway through the book before I realized it was part two in a series. Nevertheless, I understood the plot and was entertained. Still, I probably won't check out the rest of the books.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nelson Poole

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Have you ever been able to change the future with your mind, well Lenora can because her author is Carol Matas and she is in the book “More Minds”. The book takes place in the middle ages in castles and small towns. The reason I read this book was because the back of the book had the summary and when I read it, it pulled me in. In more minds Lenora, the main character, can change the future with her mind. She can imagine anything and make it a reality in the blink of an eye. There is a huge giant Have you ever been able to change the future with your mind, well Lenora can because her author is Carol Matas and she is in the book “More Minds”. The book takes place in the middle ages in castles and small towns. The reason I read this book was because the back of the book had the summary and when I read it, it pulled me in. In more minds Lenora, the main character, can change the future with her mind. She can imagine anything and make it a reality in the blink of an eye. There is a huge giant threatening the town, stepping on house and hitting over castles. Lenora and Coren want to slay him yet he keeps on getting way. The conflict in the book is Lenora trying to kill the huge giant. My favorite part is when Lenora tries to wish the giant away yet the giant is too powerful. So in the end Lenora and Coren both work together to slay the huge giant and it works. My favorite part is when Lenora and Coren kill the giant in the last twenty pages. I thought that the book was good yet it was really difficult to read because of all the old style words like thus, and quarl. It is kind of like “Jack and the Beanstalk”. People that like to read long stories about fantasy occurrences and fable, funny, and imaginative stuff would like to read this due to the amount of action and fun ratio.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lady Knight

    This was a very quick easy read. A good, fun, fantasy romp. Coren and Lenora are back, and this time strange things are going on at home. A giant has appeared in the north country and Lenora is bound and determined to send him home. The problem? Everyone's powers are acting eratically. The Balance, too, is off. After tricking her parents and Coren, Lenora heads out on her own to face down this dragon. Coren meanwhile is back at the castle with Leni (Lenora's recreation of herself - expect much m This was a very quick easy read. A good, fun, fantasy romp. Coren and Lenora are back, and this time strange things are going on at home. A giant has appeared in the north country and Lenora is bound and determined to send him home. The problem? Everyone's powers are acting eratically. The Balance, too, is off. After tricking her parents and Coren, Lenora heads out on her own to face down this dragon. Coren meanwhile is back at the castle with Leni (Lenora's recreation of herself - expect much more boring!) and going insane trying to deal with airhead Leni, and all the wedding details she keeps throwing at him. Soon enough Coren figures it out and heads out after Lenora. That's when the real adventures start... I liked this book. Not thrilled but, a fairly decent sequel I thought. I recently heard that a third and fourth book have been written for this series, but after reading the write-ups on them, I think I'll stop right here. Before the series descends into massaging the authors's ego.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pms Student

    I found this book a 2/5 because it didn't really make me want to read it. It was very descriptive and creative, but I don't like how the "worlds" would change so much. At one moment they would be somewhere in a problem, then at the next something weird and irrelevant would happen. I liked the idea of the book with the Balance and everything, but the paragraphs didn't flow correctly. This book left me confused and wondering what is happening. There was a few parts in this book that I enjoyed and I found this book a 2/5 because it didn't really make me want to read it. It was very descriptive and creative, but I don't like how the "worlds" would change so much. At one moment they would be somewhere in a problem, then at the next something weird and irrelevant would happen. I liked the idea of the book with the Balance and everything, but the paragraphs didn't flow correctly. This book left me confused and wondering what is happening. There was a few parts in this book that I enjoyed and connected too. Parts where the character would go on her adventures took me back to when I was really young. My siblings and I would always go outside get our neighbors and go on adventures. We would use our imaginations so much, so it connects to the fantasy in this book. Overall, this book was confusing and didn't flow well, but I got to think about my childhood and all the adventures that I went on. -Jenna Benner

  11. 5 out of 5

    M.T. DeSantis

    I read the first book in this series, Of Two Minds, many years ago. I discovered that there was a sequel and decided I had to read it. I’ll admit that this book is meant for a much younger audience, but I still enjoyed it. Matas blends the right amounts of humor, lessons, and suspense for the book’s age group. Reading it as an adult, I laughed at all the wonderfully hilarious small things that made the book fun. I didn’t like it quite as much as Of Two Minds. This is probably partly because I re I read the first book in this series, Of Two Minds, many years ago. I discovered that there was a sequel and decided I had to read it. I’ll admit that this book is meant for a much younger audience, but I still enjoyed it. Matas blends the right amounts of humor, lessons, and suspense for the book’s age group. Reading it as an adult, I laughed at all the wonderfully hilarious small things that made the book fun. I didn’t like it quite as much as Of Two Minds. This is probably partly because I read that one at the age it was meant for, but I found More Minds entertaining all the same. Parents with middle grade-aged children, this series is a winner.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Aliya

    The two stars is really most likely because I'm a little late (age-wise) in reading this. I'm sure I would have liked it when I was younger (younger than "Young Adult"). Not sure what rating I'd have given it if I had, probably 3 or 4 stars. Not much actually happens and the story resolves itself in a simultaneously confusing and convenient way. I can definitely say that there's a really great take-away message/moral in the story: appreciate people for who they are and don't try to change them i The two stars is really most likely because I'm a little late (age-wise) in reading this. I'm sure I would have liked it when I was younger (younger than "Young Adult"). Not sure what rating I'd have given it if I had, probably 3 or 4 stars. Not much actually happens and the story resolves itself in a simultaneously confusing and convenient way. I can definitely say that there's a really great take-away message/moral in the story: appreciate people for who they are and don't try to change them into your opinion of who they should be, so props for that. Not only is that good for kids to learn, but a lot of YA/adults would do well to remember it more often, as well.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Monique Katrina

    i bought the copy out of curiosity because of the cover and it looks interesting. i was 18 when i bought it. it was one of those books i've read that interests me, but i wouldn't mind putting it down and continue reading after a day or two, or longer. thought i must say, it was very colorful. it was fun, well funny in some parts especially when the fake Coren lunged at the foot of the giant shouting, and fake Lenora being overly meticulous about the wedding plans. and the last part was a shocker i bought the copy out of curiosity because of the cover and it looks interesting. i was 18 when i bought it. it was one of those books i've read that interests me, but i wouldn't mind putting it down and continue reading after a day or two, or longer. thought i must say, it was very colorful. it was fun, well funny in some parts especially when the fake Coren lunged at the foot of the giant shouting, and fake Lenora being overly meticulous about the wedding plans. and the last part was a shocker, discovering that Lenora was the one who set everything the way it is in her kingdom.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jayme Swallow

    Carol Matas and Perry Nodelman's Of Two Minds and More Minds, the sequel, are about Princess Lenora and her betrothed, Coren, while Lenora's stubbornness takes them on an adventure. I read these, and liked them better, when I was younger, but they're still a fun quick read with a good moral. These are best for upper elementary/middle school readers both in level and demographic. Happy reading! http://myabsolutelyridiculouslife.blo... Carol Matas and Perry Nodelman's Of Two Minds and More Minds, the sequel, are about Princess Lenora and her betrothed, Coren, while Lenora's stubbornness takes them on an adventure. I read these, and liked them better, when I was younger, but they're still a fun quick read with a good moral. These are best for upper elementary/middle school readers both in level and demographic. Happy reading! http://myabsolutelyridiculouslife.blo...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

    Maybe I would have liked it better had I read it as a young adult. Seems very similar to the last book, moves the story along although there seems to be almost no character development. I'd still recommend it for young readers though. Maybe I would have liked it better had I read it as a young adult. Seems very similar to the last book, moves the story along although there seems to be almost no character development. I'd still recommend it for young readers though.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Another book I read as a child. I wish I had my own copy to read it over again! Some books you read and then forget about, but this book (and it's predecessor, Of Two Minds) have stuck with me for 20 years. Great story. Another book I read as a child. I wish I had my own copy to read it over again! Some books you read and then forget about, but this book (and it's predecessor, Of Two Minds) have stuck with me for 20 years. Great story.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Good sequel.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    pretty good......sort of funny.........i mean it didnt stink either............a good passtime............ i would recommend it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    Twisted but something anyone can relate to.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Arisha

    i didnt like it very much.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance

    Fantasy

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dana Cordelia

    I didn't like this one as much as its predecessor, but it was a cunning and worthwhile follow-up. Excellent young adult fantasy fic. I can't believe I haven't added it to my list until now! I didn't like this one as much as its predecessor, but it was a cunning and worthwhile follow-up. Excellent young adult fantasy fic. I can't believe I haven't added it to my list until now!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christina Sutton

    This is a Fantsy Series I enjoyed as a Middle Schooler. I rescently learned there are 2 more books I did not read. So I am re-reading this book so I can read the books I just discovered.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    I did not read the first book in the series, but I didn't feel lost with this story. It was a quick read. Cute, nothing spectacular, but enjoyable. I did not read the first book in the series, but I didn't feel lost with this story. It was a quick read. Cute, nothing spectacular, but enjoyable.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Natalia

  26. 5 out of 5

    Marie Swanson

  27. 4 out of 5

    Shark

  28. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sari Mayer

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