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by Brian Keaney
As the first in a series, this is a promising start, and the cliffhanger ending all but guarantees return readers. The Cracked Mirror continues its chronicle of a moody, fantastical world in which its teenage hero and heroine must endure more risk, make riskier choices, and sacrifice their very lives in the cause of freedom and self.
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Book 2 of 3 in the Promises of Dr. Sigmundus Series. The chapters focused on Bea, Nyro, and Gallowglass have a bit more drive, but not enough to justify continuing this series. There's another cliff-hanger ending, which might throw readers, but will most likely not encourage them to read the next book. One person found this helpful.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The danger increases as Dante and his friends are tracked by deadly Gallowglass, a seemingly invincible once-human creature, and brought face to face with their enemy. Brief, action-packed chapters make for a quick read. Readers will want to begin with The Hollow People (Knopf, 2007) to get a handle on the characters' stories and the many abstract concepts relating to the Odylic Force.
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Manufacturer: Knopf Books for Young Readers Release date: 9 December 2008 ISBN-10 : 0375843345 ISBN-13: 9780375843341. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
Book in the The Promises of Dr. Sigmundus Series). As the first in a series, this is a promising start, and the cliffhanger ending all but guarantees return readers.
After a promising opening volume (dystopic government, plucky teens, rebellion), Keaney switches . Oh, and Dante has a twin brother (surprise!) who falls afoul of one of Dr. Sigmundus's experiments and becomes a wolf-like creature able to track Bea and ravage the Púca.
After a promising opening volume (dystopic government, plucky teens, rebellion), Keaney switches gears with volume two, which features angels and demon-like possession and sadly lacks any character or world development. Indeed, Dante's brother and guardian angel are all that propel the story.