[Reading] ➶ Hope - The Ambit of Light. (The Unicorns of Wish, # 4) Author Deby Adair – Torrentindir.co

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10 thoughts on “Hope - The Ambit of Light. (The Unicorns of Wish, # 4)

  1. says:

    The first thing noted if you ve read the first three books of this series, this book comes at you with a whole new perspective and, importantly, if you haven t read the first three books, you won t know any different it s a whole new beginning and anyone coming to the series at this point can either then go back or wait with baited breath for the next book I recommend going back to feel the magic and some of the lighthearted joy The sub plots are wonderful, well formed, the characters are bold, so real, whether vulnerable or powerful the fight between good and evil not too drawn out or complex or creepy and yet, captivating, even in some spooky suitable for children parts It s such a mix of a story, very powerful, a meal of a book right up my ally There is so much going on that you can t be a lazy reader and yet, not so many sub plots and characters that you can t keep up and all I can say is, when is the next book coming out This book clearly has an ending but it also clearly paves the way for another book, pointing you to know that is definitely coming, and it s going to be powerful Beautiful unicorn chapters, Pud takes the cake chapters, and new Sarragh loved her My favourite old characters return how wonderful to meet them all again Beautiful writing Adventure and unusual characters.Highly recommended


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    When I finished reading Hope The Ambit of Light, by Deby Adair, I wished there was to read What I read was very satisfying, but I wished there was That s just how good books make you feel And Hope is a great book Intrigued, then captivated, there was no way this book was going to take a long time to read.Now I m looking forward to the next one The language in Hope is sheer delight The sentences, structured with such artful but unobtrusive skill, float with an effortless flow, like a beautiful piece of music I savoured its crispness and smoothness But while the language engages and gratifies your aesthetic soul, the story engages your mind, stimulating imaginings and emotions The characters, including some new or in a new form, cannot leave you indifferent, for they are too real, poignant and vibrant for that They will captivate, but the capture is effortless as nothing is ostentatious or overdone.You feel instant affection, interest, concern and admiration for the characters you already know like meeting an old friend you haven t seen in years but feel totally familiar with, after only a few seconds into the reunion And the new characters are tantalisingly introduced, and I ask myself, Who is this person , Who or what is this creature , How do they fit into the tale But these questions don t break the flow, rather, they pull you along.The dialogue is expertly handled There are even sections of internal dialogue appropriate and effective And the descriptions, the descriptions, so vivid and lyrical Your senses are deliciously engaged as you see the sights, feel the emotions The depiction of an unusual or unexpected sight, sequence or event, can be so visually vibrant and you find yourself inside a stunningly colourful, phantasmagoric, hair raising, mesmerising scene But the story doesn t tarry, it moves along and takes you with it, arousing and sustaining your interest, as the subplots diverge and converge.There is an epic grandeur to the heroes and their tasks, but no lapse into pompous over seriousness The telling detail of the moment, the intimate thought of the moment, the emotion of the moment, keep it real and animate while the story develops, unfolds, tenses and resolves.This book can, and will be, read and understood on many levels You are being enlightened as you re enjoying being stimulated and entertained It s an exhilarating ride, a marvellous read for young and adult alike.


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    I began reading this series when it was still a trilogy When I found out that it was now extended into a series I knew I had to read the next books.I received a hot off the press copy in a pre book launch offer and have read the book before it even hit how good is that.Hope, book four of The Unicorns of Wish is a slightly new take on the original characters things have changed in this fourth book, people are older, wiser and they are now following bolder quests.As usual, the writing gets you There is a paragraph and it goes like this Imagine, Rielle began, a blade of grass, a petal from a flower, the branches of a tree, the stars and the sky are all inside of you Now, let them grow inside you until you become taller and sweeter, and greener and whiter, until you feel your branches growing, your limbs touched by bees, the brush of butterflies sweeping your shoots, your grass blades stretching upward and your sun beaminginto the sky Imagine Silently, Rielle waited That s the kind of writing I mean It s beautiful and deep yet moments later you can be thrown into full on adventure and it s a great mix, your mind laps it up.Still filled with themes of good and evil, my favourites are Pud s own chapters, the awesome introduction of Sarragh and the mystical characters from mythology and the stars A winner.


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