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The Thinking

The Thinking The Thinking is book in The Landland Chronicles series of novellas for middle grade readers It is Fantasy Quest with a metafictional twist

  • Title: The Thinking
  • Author: Dallas Sutherland
  • ISBN: 1505230713
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Thinking is book 2 in The Landland Chronicles series of novellas for middle grade readers It is Fantasy Quest, with a metafictional twist.

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      Posted by:Dallas Sutherland
      Published :2018-010-12T05:47:59+00:00

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    1. The Thinking is book two of the Landland Chronicles and is a children's series. I do recommend reading book one first to get a feel for the story. Book one, called The Greying introduces us to Meah a young girl whose mother has died, her father is missing and she falls overboard whilst on a boat. She ends up in a magical world which is all covered in grey and must help the people.In book two, Meah now understands that she is living in the pages of a book which her father began writing and which [...]

    2. Book Review originally published here: iheartreading/book-touI read The Greying, the first book in this series some time ago and enjoyed it, so I was eager to jump into The Thinking. The book certainly didn’t dissapoint. It takes off where the previous book left off, bringing back all the characters we’ve come to know, and some new ones. There are so many original elements that it’s hard to mention them all. I enjoyed Auntie Beryl as the evil Queen Berilbog, and also the magical Book of Co [...]

    3. The Thinking was a really quick read that I enjoyed, the only thing that would have made it better was to read the first book first as it was a little hard to follow on occasion. I won this great book on GoodReads and like I do with most my wins I will be paying it forward by giving my win either to a friend or library to enjoy.

    4. At times it was difficult to follow what was happening, but I think that is because I didn’t read the first book. The story meanders off track near the end and I wasn’t sure if it was setting up the next book. However, it is an interesting premise. I give this book 3 out of 5 clouds.This product or book may have been distributed for review; this in no way affects my opinions or reviews.

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