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Scourge: A Grim Doyle Adventure

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  • Posted July 6, 2011

    Exciting and Innovative!

    This is an imaginative, colorful book that keeps you wondering what will happen next. You are transported to another world where magic meets ingenuity. Almost a Harry Potter meets Inspector Gadget kind of world. David Burtons descriptions include such wonderful detail you can almost see yourself there! Even though I purchased this for my 12 year old, I truly enjoyed reading it and look forward to see where this series will take us in future books. This is a must have for every middle school child's bookshelf!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2012

    To Scourge

    It is great! There are some typos, but it's still a really good story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2012

    Scourge chroncles

    Scourge saw a plump rabbit running around sournded by more. It had been moons after the fight with the she-cat ( lightmist ) lightmist was a nice lovingcat. Her partners killed. Scourge left er alone and gave her a chance to ave. But she stayed and staye as scourge apprentice eager to learn. they became friends. But scourge felt more then that. Scourge suddenly lunghed at a rabbit. The one closest to him, the rabbit sprinted for escape but it was to late. Scourge claws splashed with warm sticky blood. The ohter rabbits scattered an ran scourge lunghed at another rabbit. But the rabbit scattered, scourge chased it getting closer and closer. The rabbit senced and a ran faser but scourge gathered a element of enrgy and surged. He gave a mid stride leap and landed on the rabbit. It sqealed in rage and fear. Scourge ended its life with a swipe of his claws. Scoure picked up his rabbits and padded towards his makeshift camp. Lightmist waited there, she greeted him " ahoy there scourge" she called in a mock gruff voice. " its finally that you are still ready to chase them rabbits" " yes my dear " he meowed in a sarcastic high pitched meow. " my dear havent you been a bit lazy and heavy lately" they both brok in to grins. Funny how they wer nimies trying to kill eacj other and now friends tht laugh at each others jokes.. scourge droped her rabbit." eat well " dear he meowed

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2012

    Great book, but...

    There was one part that confused me. How come the Mechs didn't turn on all their immunities before they went into battle? Instead, they turned on an immunity for something after it got shot at them, which doesn't really make sense. Other than that, it's a great book.

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    Posted September 7, 2011

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