Midrak Earthshaker

  • Title: Midrak Earthshaker
  • Author: Daniel Nanavati
  • ISBN: 9781908867063
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • Midrak Earthshaker Wipple companion to the magician Midrak Earthshaker unexpectedly falls to Earth just after the guardians of the Tree of Life have been attacked by Girval a creature of immense age and power So begi
    Wipple, companion to the magician Midrak Earthshaker, unexpectedly falls to Earth just after the guardians of the Tree of Life have been attacked by Girval, a creature of immense age and power So begins their adventure to save The Tree of Life which has remained hidden at the centre of the Earth since the planet s creation They are joined in their struggle by four elves,Wipple, companion to the magician Midrak Earthshaker, unexpectedly falls to Earth just after the guardians of the Tree of Life have been attacked by Girval, a creature of immense age and power So begins their adventure to save The Tree of Life which has remained hidden at the centre of the Earth since the planet s creation They are joined in their struggle by four elves, two children and the rock people butGirval has never been defeated

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      Published :2019-06-03T16:28:35+00:00

    About Daniel Nanavati


    1. I am the son of the poet and author Sh nne Sands.I started writing when I was 22, got my first agent when I was 27.I have written for children, epic fantasy, plays for radio and essays as well as a few poems I genuinely don t like cities very much and live in a village in Cornwall, UK.I am always open to being asked questions Group on digital publishing group show.on Daniel Nanavaotsteps daniel_nanavatifacebook FootStepsPresspinterest books4everydanielnanavatioklikes


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    1. First, my middle school granddaughter saw "Midrak Earthshaker" on my desk and has clamored for it ever since. A very good sign.Next, we got sick, my neighbor grandchildren and me. I live right next door so this happens fairly often. And everyone works so it falls to me to watch over them. Cable TV was taken out a while ago and that proved to be an excellent choice. But when they get sick, someone needs to entertain. So amid rumpled flannel sheets spread on a lumpy couch and with the soft slant o [...]

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    2. I loved the book it was great all the way to the end. I do wish I could know what happen to the characters in the end and if they defeated him. I recommend this book to others. I won this book for free on first reads giveaways.

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    3. To organize myself better, I wrote this review in sections. So here it is:PlotThis is a children’s Fantasy book, where a quest makes the story line. Although the actions are in our world, creatures like elves live in it, and the majority of the plot is inside Earth. The group of main characters has to find the Tree-of-Life and keep it safe. Obviously, there are dangers during the way.It’s not an original story, however, it’s still a nice and pleasurable read, and the author has success wit [...]

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    4. "Like any book, you never quite know where it is going to lead you once you fallen into it." Sweet book not only for children. I particularly enjoyed the beginning part, it reminded me of Roald Dahl's works for children, which I love very much. Then the story got little bit too busy with too many characters."People rarely know much about other people's worlds" I also liked chapter beginnings, written often very poetically. Some ideas made me stop reading and think about it: "The worst death of a [...]

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    5. (2018) Still can't stop thinking about this book, one of my favourites. Would love to read more of Daniel Nanavati's work.

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    6. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.It is a very nice fairy-tale about saving the world. It reminded me of "Wrinkle in time" but without the religious stuff (I was very afraid it'd be all about Christianity, since the story tells about Tree of Life, but it wasn't, and I liked it).The story is simple (but not in a bad way) and there aren't a lot of details, which makes it more tale-like than classic fantasy, so I would say it fits younger children, perhaps, ti [...]

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    7. I got this book as a giveaway.Midrak Earthshaker is a children's book about a monster that wants to claim the Tree of Life. A mixmatched group of people goes to stop this.I do enjoy the occasional children's book, however this one was writen in a clear children's book language, which contrbuted to te book not seeming that good to me and my current age. Right now I would probably give it two stars.But I will say that I know that my 13-year-old self would have loved this book. The plot moves quic [...]

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    8. I received this book for free via First Reads.I would describe it as a children's fairy tale in the tradition sense. The traditional sense in that it has torture, deaths and is a battle of good versus evil. The writing is good. poetic and certain phrases in it are instantly quotable. The story is solid if not original and there are genuine laugh out loud moments. I just feel that the book is a bit confusing at times (especially at the beginning) which could put children off finishing it. It fee [...]

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    9. this is an absolutely cracking book! It's a fantastic story that shows our children the benefits of team work, loyalty and how doing the right thing in everything can help overcome the bad things that often seem to block our way.While reading the story the reader can identify with the characters and every scenario that enfolds them throughout the book. It is told in easy language to follow so even younger audiences are held rapt and continually urging the characters forward so that more of the s [...]

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    10. I received this book for free from the author.Read it in one sitting, and my first impression was that the drawings were pretty nicely done. The book wasn't really I expected though, as I was expecting something more ''real''. I'm not really a fantasy fan, but I like reading children's books.The story itself is okay, but I feel that the many characters can get very confusing. So I would say the story is more suitable for young adults and maybe older. But I guess it is a nice and quick read for f [...]

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    11. Midrak Earthshaker by Daniel Nanavati is a unique little fantasy about a group of unlikely companions on a quest to the center of the earth to save the world. I particularly liked Nanvati's voice--he uses second person point of view in multiple places, pulling the reader into the setting. The cast of characters includes some unique rock people and a few orphans who are unwittingly recruited to help a band of elves, a Wipple and a fledgling wizard defeat a powerful force of evil.

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    12. The book was ok. It has a potential to be much better and more interesting but it lacks one important thing - cohesion. It is really hard to read into the book and image the story while reading due to the lack of description of characters and places aтв basically everything. The edition also has a few misprints.

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    13. A nice children's book with some interesting and varied characters and an interesting story line. There were a couple of typos and at times I thought the story felt a little rushed, but overall a good read!

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    14. This book was excellent and I couldn't stop reading itI went to sleep at 2 AM in the morning.Minor misspellings and needs a better cover!

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    15. I enjoyed the illustrations and characters. There were several typos which made reading difficult.

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    16. sent to the author directly :Dnice book to read, to spent with youre children in the night

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