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  • Posted October 26, 2008

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    Reviewed by Julie T. for TeensReadToo.com

    AUTUMNQUEST immediately starts at a blistering pace. Donavah attends a school for those with the gift of maejic. Everything is going wonderfully with her studies, until her brother reveals that he has a dragon egg in his possession; a crime punishable by death! Without warning, the egg hatches to reveal a small red dragon, the rarest of its kind. <BR/><BR/>Donavah's brother is found and captured by soldiers. <BR/><BR/>Desperate, Donavah abandons school with her lunch boy companion, Traz, to find the dragon and prove her brother's innocence, all the while trying not to be captured by soldiers herself. <BR/><BR/>AUTUMNQUEST by Terie Garrison is a fast read, but brilliantly so. Garrison's clear voice and direct dialogue take this story from beginning to end at a mind-blowing speed that will leave readers with the desire to read more about Donavah's adventures. Those who enjoyed Christopher Paolini's ERAGON and are looking for a shorter book will take pleasure in AUTUMNQUEST's story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2007

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    AUTUMNQUEST immediately starts at a blistering pace. Donavah attends a school for those with the gift of maejic. Everything is going wonderfully with her studies, until her brother reveals that he has a dragon egg in his possession a crime punishable by death! Without warning, the egg hatches to reveal a small red dragon, the rarest of its kind. Donavah¿s brother is found and captured by soldiers. Desperate, Donavah abandons school with her lunch boy companion, Traz, to find the dragon and prove her brother¿s innocence, all the while trying not to be captured by soldiers herself. AUTUMNQUEST by Terie Garrison is a fast read, but brilliantly so. Garrison¿s clear voice and direct dialogue take this story from beginning to end at a mind-blowing speed that will leave readers with the desire to read more about Donavah¿s adventures. Those who enjoyed Christopher Paolini¿s ERAGON and are looking for a shorter book will take pleasure in AUTUMNQUEST's story. **Reviewed by: Julie T.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2007

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    Ms. Garrison's book is a wonderful read. It's main character experiences frustrations, uncertainties of her life and the denial that she is gifted. Young adults will relate to her immediately. Go out and buy this book, even if you're not a young adult. It's a wonderful read. Ms. Garrison is highly talented story teller and her plot is original and fast-moving. I look forward to reading all of the stories in this series.

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