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Rise of the Evening Star ❴KINDLE❵ ❄ Rise of the Evening Star Author Brandon Mull – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk At the end of the school year, Kendra and her brother Seth find themselves racing back to Fablehaven, a refuge for mythical and magical creatures Grandpa Sorenson, the caretaker, invites three special At the end of the school year, the Evening PDF/EPUB ✓ Kendra and her brother Seth find themselves racing back to Fablehaven, a refuge for mythical and magical creatures Grandpa Sorenson, the caretaker, invites three specialistsa potion master, a magical Rise of PDF \ relics collector, and a mystical creature trapperto help protect the property from the Society of the Evening Star, an ancient organization determined to infiltrate the preserve and steal a hidden artifact of great power Time is running of the Evening PDF/EPUB ¾ out The Evening Star is storming the gates If the artifact falls into the wrong hands, it could mean the downfall of other preserves and possibly the world Will Kendra learn to use her fairy gifts in time? Will Seth stay out of trouble?.


10 thoughts on “Rise of the Evening Star

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Rise of the Evening Star (Fablehaven, #2), Brandon Mull

    Fablehaven: Rise of the Evening Star is a fantasy novel, written by Brandon Mull. The book was released on May 31, 2007.

    It is the second book in the Fablehaven series. Its sequel is Fablehaven: Grip of the Shadow Plague. At the end of the school year Kendra finds a kobold has infiltrated her eighth grade class. She can see mystical creatures without drinking a magical milk that is usually needed to enable humans to see such beings. Kendra can see this unseen world and its inhabitants without the milk elixir because the year before some fairies kissed her and gave her the power. ...

    تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز هفدهم ماه ژانویه سال 2012میلادی

    عنوان: کتاب دوم پنجگانه افسانه - طلوع ستاره مغرب؛ نویسنده براندن (براندون) مال (مول)؛ مترجم میلاد فشتمی؛ تهران، بهنام، 1389، در 453ص؛ از مجموعه پنجگانه افسانه - کتاب دوم؛ شابک 9789645668677؛ موضوع داستانهای کودکان از نویسندگان انگلیسی - سده 21م

    در پایان سال تحصیلی «کندرا» و «ست»، بار دیگر به آشیانه ی افسانه بازمیگردند؛ پدر بزرگ «سورنسون» برای تقویت امنیت پناهگاه افسانه ای، در برابر انجمن ستاره مغرب، سه متخصص به آشیانه دعوت کرده، انجمن قصد دارد به پناهگاه نفوذ کند و ...؛ ا. شربیانی


  2. Kimberley doruyter Kimberley doruyter says:

    if there was ever a person in the world that does not learn for there mistakes it's seth.


  3. Exina Exina says:

    Rise of the Evening Star, the second book of the Fablehaven series is more dynamic and more complex than the first one. More mysteries, more adventures take place, and keep you engaged throughout the story.

    While the world-building in the first book was incomplete and unrefined, here the magical world of Fablehaven begins to unfold, as well as Kendra's special abilities.

    Colorful and varied magic is created in Rise of the Evening Star: the mystical creatures, the magical items are written with so much imaginary!



    Just like in the previous book, the fate of Fablehaven depends on Kendra and Seth’s courage. The story is filled with surprising twists and turns, astonishing adventures, inventive magic, adventures again, more turns, and more adventures!

    Recommended!


  4. Aaron Vincent Aaron Vincent says:

    My first venture to the magical world of Fablehaven was truly an unforgettable one. I just couldn’t stop raving about it to every bookish person I know. Truth be told, I read Harry Potter series because a number of critics and authors compared Fablehaven to it(and yes, I just read Harry Potter this year. Please, don’t kill me.) I wanted to prolong the pleasure in reading the entire Fablehaven series so I didn’t read the 2nd book immediately after the 1st one. I finally decided to revisit Fablehaven because I wanted to read something magical, just in time for the holiday season.

    The Sorenson sibling are on their last days of the the school year, but for Kendra it isn’t as easy as she thought it would be. There’s suddenly a new guy in her class and every girl thinks that he’s uber hot. Kendra thought the joke’s on her because what she sees is a boy with hideous features, someone comparable to a goblin. She realized that it was indeed a goblin and of course, she’s the only one who can see it as she’s the only one who has the ability to see past through the magical veil that deceives the normal human eye, an ability she received from the fairies on her first visit to the Fablehaven.

    Kendra, knowing that the goblin is up to something mischivous, seeked the help of her smart-mouthed, drastic younger brother, Seth. As she expected, Seth can offer nothing other than his sarcastic remarks. When a mysterious man named Errol shows up, offering his help to eliminate the goblin, they reluctantly accepts it. Kendra and Seth didn’t know that the eliminating the goblin is only the first in the chain of events that will lead them to spending another summer at Fablehaven. Another summer filled with magic, schemes, betrayals, and Seth messing up with the creatures mainly setting up a C-size battery-to-gold exchange business with the satyrs.

    What I love the most about Fablehaven is how easy it is for Brandon Mull to break, crumble, and pound the wall that separates reality and fantasy. Before I know it, I was completely suckied into the land of Fablehaven filled with both colorful and sinister creatures. The rules he set on his fictional land are just wickedly cool. Fablehaven, a magical creatures preserv e, is certainly one of those fictional places – along with Hogwarts, Camp-Half Blood, etc., – that will make you wish that they really exists. Brandon Mull really do tests and expands the boundaries of the reader’s imagination.

    Seth and Kendra is a very powerful tandem, too. I know we’ve already seen a lot of siblings whose hobby is to bicker in fiction, but Seth and Kendra by far is my favorite. They just compliment each other perfectly. Seth’s naughtiness and immaturity balances well Kendra’s goody good attitude, while Kendra’s doubts and uncertainties balances well Seth’s admirable, daredevilish bravery.

    The plot are no less superb. It was a tad bit darker than the first one but definitely more engrossing. The solution to the whoddunit mystery going on isn’t a giveaway. We’re at the same pace on unveiling the culprit as the characters in the book, unlike other fantasy novels in which we’re always two-steps ahead. The surprises hidden on Brandon Mull’s sleeve is seemingly infinite and he just keeps pulling one until the very last page. This careful plotting of the mystery produced a solidly characterized culprit. The culprit was three-dimensional, and being a huge sucker for well-characterized ‘villains’, I am satisfied.

    Fablehaven: Rise of the Evening Star is another highly imaginatve book with the perfect balance of magic, sweetness, innocence, and danger. If you love watching Disney Pixar movies, then this book is for you. I love visiting the magical creatures preserve that is Fablehaven, and I’m already looking forward to my next one.


  5. Laura Laura says:

    Shelf of favourites make some space! This lovely little series has to fit in there!
    I LOVE IT!!!
    FRTC


  6. Erica Henry Erica Henry says:

    Wow! What a sequel! Wasn't expecting that plot twist at the end.


  7. George Jankovic George Jankovic says:

    I liked book one in the Fablehaven series and loved this one. The action is nonstop, the story is great, and the are many magical items (who can say no to that). Kendra is still a great character: smart, careful, good. Seth is less annoying than in book 1. He's a year older. And there are some really interesting new characters: both good and bad and good-bad :).

    5 stars. Enjoy!


  8. Kimberley doruyter Kimberley doruyter says:

    in the first book it's meet and great to all the wonders of the world.
    in this book we see the villian arise.


  9. rachel ☾ rachel ☾ says:

    Usually people have a special book or a series that ‘got them into reading’. I am lucky enough to be able to say that I’ve always been a reader (which sounds like I’m bragging for some reason, but I’m not trying to). There’s not a period in my life that I can remember when I didn’t have a book in my hand! But with that being said, there are definitely a few series from my childhood that stand out and that played a major role in my love of books. One of those series was Mull’s Fablehaven saga.

    God, this series is just gold! I know that for some unseeable reason it has received a lot of negativity, but this is one of the most cleverly written middle grade series out there. The characterisation is some of the best that I’ve ever read. Each and every single character - no matter how major/minor they are in the over-arching storyline - are completely fleshed out. They are all complex and three-dimensional with the perfect blend of realistic positive and negative characteristic. They set themselves apart from each other without being oddly distinctive. I love that there is a lot of subtle diversity in ethnicity and nationality, and that Mull wasn’t scared to write characters who were kind of flawed. Coulter, for example, could be caring and funny in a grandfatherly sort of way, but is also mildly sexist. He grew up in a time where sexism was much more the ‘norm’ that it is now and admits that he is sort of ‘old-fashioned’. Why this can be a little frustrating for Kendra/Grandmother/Vanessa, it makes him such a well-rounded character. He isn’t perfect because perfect people don’t exist, and Mull does this with all of his characters. I don’t know how, but not matter how long we spend with the characters. Warren - Dale’s brother - was also introduced into this novel, and I simply adore him. I love that he treats Kendra and Seth with the respect that they have earned. Also, Tanu! I really wanted to get to know him more. I just… I really, really love how Mull deals with characterisation, if you couldn’t tell.

    And the plot in this sequel was just fantastic too. The first book is a little bit introductory when you look back on it, but Rise of the Evening Star certainly steps up the game. It introduces us to what will be the major focus of the series (which I won’t say to avoid spoilers) and it is fast-paced and enthralling throughout the whole novel. The puzzles are realistic but still nail-bitingly paced and exciting. I loved exploring more of Fablehaven and this ‘world’.

    Overall, this book was just everything I remember it being and more. I adore Mulll’s writing. I was enraptured by the plot and fell in love with the cast all over again. I definitely plan on continuing my reread of this series. It gets my highest recommendation to any and all middle grade fans. It’s still one of my all-time favourites.


  10. Tyler Tyler says:

    Kendra and Seth can't wait for the end of the school year so that they can return to visit their grandparents at Fablehaven. A few days before the school year ends, a scabby kobold appears in her class. The kobold appears normal to everybody except Kendra. With the aid of a kobold exterminator they get rid of him and are then swiftly evacuated to Fablehaven for their own safety. Once there, they find out that the Society of the Evening Star (which opposes preserves such as Fablehaven) has gotten stronger and may have even breached Fablehaven itself.

    My Review: My goal is to read 4 books between each book of a single author that I read (does that even make sense?). With these Fablehaven books I just couldn't stop myself. In fact, Alison probably resents the books as well because I read most of the book yesterday evening. I wasn't going to go to bed until I finished it. Now onto the book, this book is once again like Harry Potter with adventures and fights against magical creatures. Of course, the kids are always more clever and tougher than the adults. There are unexpected twists and surprises, giving a very enjoyable book.


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