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Ghost Knight

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2012

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    This was a great read! Its around 200 pages but goes by very quickly. But not nerly as good as "inkheart" or "the thief loard" it seems like their is mire then one book, because the main chrtor says things like "she gave me the your so dumb look" even though it only happends once. also it seems very rushed. However once you read it you feel like you have to read it again. Even though it wasnt perfect it was great! I think tthat 4 stars is more then fair. So enjoy this great read!!

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  • Posted June 2, 2012

    I am such a fan of Cornelia. I had so many great memories with h

    I am such a fan of Cornelia. I had so many great memories with her writing. I remember The Dragon Rider...oh that was brilliant. Well, now let's talk about Ghost Knight.


    I think I would have completely love this book if I am a little younger. The book was great. I love the setting of the book, the characters, the fantasy of the book.


    The main character Jon is rebellious. Normally I find rebellious kid annoying (because most of the time they are just soooo stupid!). He is one kid that one understand (kind of reminds me of Jamie from Department 19). But unlike Jamie, he is not "strong". He is not the one that is owning everything he do. He is not the "hero" that helps everyone. Instead, he is the one that needs rescue most of the time. I just adore that! I hate how most books depict the main characters as trouble but perfect at everything. Jon actually had to transform through the whole book to become someone stronger. Ella is a strong female character. She is ghost expert! COOL right? The ghost knight is an epic character! He is perfect! The interactions between the characters are so beautifully written.


    The adventure is amazing. The illustrations in the book is magical! The story is beautifully written, and the metaphors are just cute. A great read for younger readers.

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    Posted April 2, 2011

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