He was looking at a
thing, a shape, a symbol, a writhing, changing world, a scattered,
bursting story. And then, for a moment, it all came together, and he was
hearing it. He was seeing a dandelion. Hearing a dandelion. Hearing the
orange and the yellow, seeing the sour milk crawl in its veins, tasting
Henry put out his
Henry, Richard, and Henrietta and her family are in big trouble when their
house gets sucked into another world. Henrietta gets trapped in the world of
the FitzFaeren because her grandfather stole three ancient treasures that
they used against Endor. Henry is working to find out more about his family
and where he comes from. Along the way he meets new people, some friends,
I think most readers will like Dandelion Fire, Book II in the 100
Cupboards Trilogy. It has an exciting plot sure to intrigue everyone who
reads it. I loved how each character has a unique personality, and you can
almost predict how they will respond in a situation; yet they still manage
to surprise you. In some places in the book you just canít wait to go on to
the next page.
I cannot wait to read the next book, The Chestnut King, and see where
it leads. If you like this author, check out
www.ndwilson.com for more information
on him and his books. This book would make a good read for anyone between
the ages of 10 and 14.
I give Dandelion Fire 4 stars.