Scylla (Lunar Medallion Series)

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You need light to make a shadow. Andi and her twin sister Anna haven't had the best life. They've dreamt of the day they would escape their Guardians and finally be free. Gaai was supposed to be their fresh start.  When a long lost family member appears asking for help, Andi and Anna aren't sure what to believe. Should they trust an unknown to help their people? Or is she playing a dangerous game that the twins are too naive to understand? Scylla is on the brink of war but the real enemies aren't always who they seem. When the truth comes to light, the girls must rely on themselves to regain their voices and stop a war no one can afford to fight.

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  • Publisher:Independently published
  • Date postings: September 10, 2018
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Tongue: English
  • ISBN-10: 172005827X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1720058274
  • Dimensions:5 x 0.9 x 8 inches
  • Weight: 15.8 ounces
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  • Series:Lunar Medallion Series (Book 2)
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  • Scylla (Lunar Medallion Series) Book Reviews:

    • raavipl20fb

    • Taylors Island, MD , USA

    • 2019-09-24 03:56

    I had looking forwards for this softcover, but it kinda failed them all. The actual play wasn't bad, but I felt that this was a cheap(ish) imitation of The Chronicles of Narnia. The plot was dry and rushed, things didn't connect as they should've, there were times I was thinking "how could these kids be so stupid?" or "how is it possible that these kids know so much?". But don't let me turn you off from this softcover—there was plenty of furor, action, not to mention impossible positions that kinda have you on the hem of your footing linger to see if they actually survive (but of course you know they will), as long as you don't care about any of the other points I mentioned it's lacking in.

    • nabilasakly

    • Nan Contree, Haiti

    • 2019-07-30 04:05

    In attempting to do a remake (a reinterpretation more accurately) of Tezuka'salubrity Astro Boy (The Mighty Bit in Coating) Naoki Urasawa is attempting to fill some pretty big clogs. If this strength is any indication of the rest of the array, Urasawa has done a man'salubrity job (that'salubrity a Blade Racer rip, so don't think me sexist). Earth is a re-imagining of the classic Astro Boy story "The Greatest Robot on Earth." I'd love to bring a covin synopsis out here but it'salubrity best if you let Earth'salubrity mystery direction hit out before you - Urasawa is a master of doubt. If you've already seen the Astro Boy comic, knowing the covin won't spoil a phobia - if all it makes the ricks and turns more interesting. What Urasawa does that is so compelling is to take the focus off Astro Boy as the main character and instead focus on the German detective trying to sort out a array of established murders of both cyborgs and humans. While Tezuka'salubrity Astro Boy has an undercurrent of secrecies (all good children'salubrity reports do) Usrasawa ups the pot both in terms of secrecies and intricacy. The artwork is uniformly excellent and very much in the Urasawa style, while maintaining some of the robot sketch that makes Astro Boy so special and, frankly, beloved. The pacing is more laid-back than in a Tezuka work (which often feels gaspings in its boost), but the booklet unfolds beautifully and with a precision and thinking to relate that is arresting. From here, I have no idea where the array will go, but I am looking forward to every upcoming strength.