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Thief of Souls (Star Shards Chronicles Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2004

    One of my favorite books of all time

    my dad bought me thief of souls at an air port when i was ten years old. of course he nor i knew what it was about. years later in the seventh grade i finally read it. it instantly beacame my favorite book. i have read it 4 times since then. i had no clue that there was a first book until 9th grade. i read it two weeks a ago in one day. i could not put it down. now i am on my way to the third one. Thanks Shusterman.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2002

    The Captivator Does it Again

    Neil Shusterman brings you the second book in an on-going trilogy. Again he draws you in with his way of character break down. Once he has you on his hook you can't put it down. The five shards begin this journey seperated again, but soon relize that Dillon needs them once again to conqure a great evil. This book takes them to a remote location in California and then onto Nevada. A tale with twists and changed fates is always a mind opener. Read it once, twice, or three times, it gets better each time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2000

    Excellent reading!

    The Bringer was not immortal, but he did live for a long time. He devoured the souls of people and left the bodies to continue aging and mimicking life. They never knew they were already dead. He had helped Zeus, Athena, and the others understand their skills. Once they thought of themselves as Gods, they imprisoned The Bringer. When he escaped, he killed them all. Now he found that five new talents walked the Earth. These were too talented to devour like the other ¿Gods¿. These he would have to manipulate so they would willingly feed his appetite. The Bringer would have them take over the world and believe they were doing the world a favor! <BR><BR> *** This is the sequel to The Acclaimed. I have never read that first book, but that did not matter. Everything was so well written that I understood it all. It seems that the first book was five young people figuring out why they were so different from everyone else. Each had a unique ability. Each had to battle their own demon. ***

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