The Wells Bequest: A Companion to The Grimm Legacy

The Wells Bequest: A Companion to The Grimm Legacy

by Polly Shulman
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The Wells Bequest: A Companion to The Grimm Legacy 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was so good i could not put it down! I loved how Polly used some of the old characters in the new book. Ehen i read her books it makes me feel like i am in them!!! She is my favorite author, go Polly!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great second addition to the Grimm legacy. I found it a delightful and hard to put down as the first book. Nice light reading and makes you smile. If I had tweens I would so want to read this with them! Polly way to go your writing is joyfully interesting and adventuress! Thank you look forward to the next installment
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Romanticaly suspensful, scarily adventurous, at times making you want to scream (in a good way), this book will keep you hungrily eating up the juicy language as you fall deep into a plot intangled with science, love, confusion, and a lightning fast pace! I would reccomend this to anyone! (Except maybe my brother.) Don't miss out on the sequal to The Grim Legacy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Chapter One How a Six-Inch-Tall Me Appeared In My Bedroom The Wednesday when the whole time-travel adventure began, I was fiddling withmy game controller, trying to make the shoot button more sensitive. Wednesdays are my intense days. It was back when I took the test for Cooper Tech, where my big sister Sofia, goes, and a Wednesday when I found out I didnt get in. It was a Wednesday when I didn't get into any of the other schools I was hoping for either and learned I would be going to my current school, the Manhatten Polytechnic Academy. Which also means it was also a Wednesday when Sofia stopped caling Poly " Tech for Dummies " ad started telling everybody that Poly kids were really creative. It's just bad things that happen to me on Wednesdays, though. I was born on a Wednesday. Also my family came to America on a Wednesday. And it was both times Jaya Rao and I first met-the Wednesday when I first net her, and the one when she first met me.--------skip to-----------------Chapter two------------------- Chapter Two The New York Circulating Material Repository Before I did anything else, I had to folloe my Future Me's advice. That afternoo I hunted down The Time Machine and found a nixe sunny cornee in the public library with a beat up chair to spawl in. ------------skip to Elizabeth shall we?------------
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it but Leo was almost exactly like Leo from the Percy Jackson books, and I wish she wrote more about Elizabeth! I adore it though.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When my librarian handed me this book, I thought, " Oh great. This looks stupid." When I finally read it a week or so later out of pure boredom and lack of other books, I was amazed! I love books so I've read a lot of time travel books, but I can honestly say this is the best one out there. The Wells Bequest Library, its magic, bartering between libraries, and its stacks was like candy for my brain. BRAVO!! Definately going to have my library order The Grimm Legacy so I can get more of this wonderful world!!! I eagerly await more books by this author!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Intresting but on the other hand,some parts were kindove cheesy.