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Book The Third based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The book finally ends with a bang, returning to the negro boy from the beginning, and the old man (not human) with the human baby savior. Nelsa and the children finally fulfill the mission to get the green stones… and yet the journey turns out to be only beginning. Sequel time! Technically this is book three, but since the first three books are really one story, it's like book one in a series… and the world has yet to be saved! Waiting for the books to take off and for a sequel to come out.Great series, exciting, hilarious, and pitifully unknown. But I've said it before and I'll say it again: the hilarity rivals Mark Twain, and the fantasy world building is promised to be as strong as Lord of the Ring's Middle Earth and Harry Potter's wizarding world (…perhaps a hyperbole, since no one can rival J.R.R. Tolkien for his thoroughness in the background stories and linguistics of Middle Earth). Also, it has a refreshing view on humans. Nelsa and the Waints see humans for all their bad points, in causing pollution, in causing global warming, in their cruelty, etc. But an opposing viewpoint drives the plot, focusing on the redemption and love that humans are capable of: focusing on how the savior of the world will be a human. It's very interesting, and I'd love to find out where it goes.So Mr. Saur, write the next book!