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A Swiftly Tilting Planet (Time Quintet Series #3)

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The Mythical, Enchanting Tale, A Swiftly Tilting Planet

Charles Wallace and Meg, the Murry children, are going on another adventure through time. This time Meg is staying home. Charles Wallace is going to travel on a Pegasus, named Gaudior. They are going to try to stop Mad dog Branzillo, but can they? This was a ver...
Charles Wallace and Meg, the Murry children, are going on another adventure through time. This time Meg is staying home. Charles Wallace is going to travel on a Pegasus, named Gaudior. They are going to try to stop Mad dog Branzillo, but can they? This was a very interesting adventure with the Murry children and magic, one of the books that makes you take a reality check. Charles Wallace is like my little cousin, James, because he is brave, smart, quiet, and shy. Meg, like me, is not very adventurous. She always has to keep an eye on the younger sibling. This is why I¿m sure that a lot of bookworms would enjoy this series.

posted by Anonymous on February 4, 2000

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Didn't like it as much

the average rating is five stars, but i can see that's because these people love the orginals. the other 3 books in this series are excellent, well worth reading. this one was just weird, confusing, and just not as good as the others. the story and plot are great though...
the average rating is five stars, but i can see that's because these people love the orginals. the other 3 books in this series are excellent, well worth reading. this one was just weird, confusing, and just not as good as the others. the story and plot are great though. i recomend it for fans of the series even though i didn't like it.

posted by Anonymous on December 20, 2004

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    Iphone 5, anyways guys this is my last day or rping. I wish the best to you all! Goodbye.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2012

    A Swiftly Tilting Planet by: Madeline L'engle

    This is the third in the time triquet and is motivatingly captivating with secrets starting from the very first page. Modern day situations are combined with an almost fairytail like solution. I would highly recomend for this series for young teenagers all the way up to grown adults. This book is both easy to to understand yet makes you think things through. Im sure you'll find this book just as intoxicating as the series.

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  • Posted February 17, 2010

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    This book is very interesting. While it was confusing at times (I reread it more than once) it was thought-provoking and original, another great story from a wonderful author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2005

    An ok book so I would recommend the others in the series.

    Read this book if you want to! It's just ok, but definitely read the others in the series!

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