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Cloudland

Cloudland The first story is of iceThe shadow monger dragged itself forwards in shrugs It was a writhe of tentacles coiling around each other groping the air then shrinking back The cloud boy hunched over and

  • Title: Cloudland
  • Author: Lisa Gorton
  • ISBN: 9780330423779
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first story is of iceThe shadow monger dragged itself forwards in shrugs It was a writhe of tentacles coiling around each other, groping the air then shrinking back The cloud boy hunched over and pressed his face against the glass, so close Lucy could see his feathery lashes She watched a tentacle of darkness like a living shadow pour over the boy s shoulder andThe first story is of iceThe shadow monger dragged itself forwards in shrugs It was a writhe of tentacles coiling around each other, groping the air then shrinking back The cloud boy hunched over and pressed his face against the glass, so close Lucy could see his feathery lashes She watched a tentacle of darkness like a living shadow pour over the boy s shoulder and wrap itself around his neck Then with one quick sudden tug, the shadow monger pulled the cloud boy back and smothered him in darkness The next instant, Lucy found herself staring at blank blue sky.After a year of endless rain, cities are flooded families are living on rooftops Called into a world above the clouds, Lucy stumbles across a strange society of injustice, weird beauty, and danger With a few odd companions, Lucy must travel across Cloudland and face the seemingly impenetrable force of Kazia, the ice queen, in a bid to stop the world from drowning and the dawning of an Age of Ice.Called into the clouds to face an icy enemy, will Lucy ever find her way home

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      Published :2019-01-06T03:50:59+00:00

    1 thought on “Cloudland

    1. This book was unsatisfying the whole way through. Although the underlying idea has much merit, the world-building fails, which makes it hard to read.Characters: very 2d, grossly unloveable.Had this been a children's book, rather than a YA, I might be feeling more charitable. I still don't think I would have liked it, but I would have accepted the paucity of plot (but not the banality of the language) much better.

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