Dormia Author Jake Halpern (PDF)

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  • Dormia Author Jake Halpern
  • Jake Halpern
  • English
  • 22 May 2020
  • 9780547076652

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Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Jake Halpern Jake Halpern ☆ 2 Free download Summary Dormia Author Jake Halpern Faces an icy apocalypseDormia’s salvation lies with the Great Sleeper who possesses the special powers to enter a sleep trance and grow a new Founding Tree Hill suspects that Alfonso is just such a person In fact Alfonso’s sleeping self has already hatched this tree Now the uestion is Can Alfonso and his uncle deliver it in time They must hurry but they also must be careful not to be followed by Dormia’s age old enemy the Dragoonya who are always hunting for one of the secret entryways into DormiaAlfonso agrees to take the tree to Dormia and thus begins one of the greatest adventures a twelve year old boy could ever wish forAs he woke up from a late afternoon. YOU HAVE TO READ THIS BOOK It is absolutely amazing It is by far my favorite book EVER I am so sad it is over I can t wait for the second book This book is good for ages 12 90 I am so happy this book caught my eye at the store IT S A MUST READ

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Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Jake Halpern Jake Halpern ☆ 2 Free download Summary Dormia Author Jake Halpern Introducing Alfonso Perplexon hero of the epic fantasy tale DormiaAlfonso Perplexon is an unusual sleeper He climbs trees raises falcons even shoots deadly accurate arrows all in his sleep No one can figure out whyThen one evening a man arrives at Alfonso’s door claiming to be Alfonso’s long lost uncle Hill This uncle tells a fantastical tale Alfonso’s ancestors hail from Dormia an ancient kingdom of gifted sleepers which is hidden in the snowy peaks of the Ural Mountains According to Hill Dormia exists thanks to a tree known as the Founding Tree with roots that pump life into the frozen valley But the Founding Tree is now dying and in a matter of days Dormia. For most people sleeping is well sleeping Not much happens besides an occasional mumble and a strange dream But for 12 year old Alfonso Perplexon its when he sleeps that he truly comes alive He climbs trees grows peculiar plants and many other things his waking self could never do Alfonso soon discovers he s a Dormian an ancient race of extreme sleep walkers His journey back to his ancestor s land of Dormia is filled with action puzzles and plot twistsThe only reason I gave this book three stars instead of five is due to the writing Dormia is told in third person omniscient semi understandably Things happen while Alfonso is unconscious so I guess I can see why BUT the constant head hopping really took me out of the story Which is a bummer because the plot is so great Now don t get me wrong I LOVE I mean LOVE third person novels with multiple perspectives But switching POV mid scene makes me cringe Also the authors spent a great deal of time telling me how things happened rather than showing The lengthy data dump had me skimming until I got confused enough to backtrackHowever if you can handle the prose Dormia is a very enjoyable read I adore puzzles and this book is chalk full of them The characters are distinct and lovable Some elements may be hard for a skeptic reader to handle so leave your disbelief at the door This is a middle grade fantasy not a history bookAll in all I enjoyed it immensely and will be picking up the second in the series Lyndsey

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