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Lord Sunday (Keys to the Kingdom Series #7)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Bravo!

This is the best book I ever read. It far surpasses the Harry Potter Series, The 39 Clues, The Ranger's Apprentice, The Narnia Series,.... Most series are very entertaining and by the time you get to the last book it is a very poor ending. Garth Nix never losses his spa...
This is the best book I ever read. It far surpasses the Harry Potter Series, The 39 Clues, The Ranger's Apprentice, The Narnia Series,.... Most series are very entertaining and by the time you get to the last book it is a very poor ending. Garth Nix never losses his spark. This series keeps building and building. By the time he get's to the end 'climax' is an understatement. The only way it could ever be better if there was a 8th book, Arthur's Kingdom

posted by mmowrer on May 1, 2010

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1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Great book in itself, but left something to be desired...

I have been reading this series since the first book was published while I was in the 8th grade, with the series now finishing during my freshman year of college. I absolutely loved the series in the beginning, but somewhere after Sir Thursday, the series begins to take...
I have been reading this series since the first book was published while I was in the 8th grade, with the series now finishing during my freshman year of college. I absolutely loved the series in the beginning, but somewhere after Sir Thursday, the series begins to take a dive. Maybe it was just me, but the series starts to lose a bit of its edge and becomes a bit predictable.

This book in particular really let me down. I had been waiting on edge since the cliff hanger he left in Superior Saturday, only to feel unsatisfied upon Lord Sunday's completion. The book seemed extremely rushed, and if I'm not mistaken, was the shortest book in the series, or at least because of the flow appeared that way.

I have loved everything I've read by Nix, and this series was no exception. I was just really disappointed in the way that he let this story end.

posted by MathazarX on March 20, 2010

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  • Posted April 11, 2010

    6.8 books of Greatness Ruined in 2 Chapters

    The series was completely amazing, in my opinion. And so was the last book. And yet the last 2/3 chapters of the book...I mean really? Can't an established author think of something a bit more...better? I mean i may be sounding harsh, but heres the problems i have with the ending summarized (without giving too much away):
    -The story had a very good plotline, easy to follow, and then it ended on a completely unrelated note.
    -Ending was sudden and abrupt.
    -Left something to be desired, was not explained in enough depth. An example is, we dont even know how the situation on earth played out. I mean that was a major part of the plot for all 7 books and not even ended.
    -The ending was confusing, hard to comprehend, especially when explained so little.
    -You know your ending has sucked when, aside from three characters, I dont even know who died and who didn't. REALLY? That should be EXTREMELY clear in the ending to a series. I followed these characters through 7 books and now im not told whether they survived.

    Tsk Tsk Mr. Author, but u fail. Epicly. Thanks for wasting my life.

    1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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