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Dandelion Fire

Dandelion Fire Henry York never dreamed his time in Kansas would open a door to adventure much less a hundred doors But a visit to his aunt and uncle s farm took an amazing turn when cupboard doors hidden behind H

  • Title: Dandelion Fire
  • Author: N.D. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780375838835
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Henry York never dreamed his time in Kansas would open a door to adventure, much less a hundred doors But a visit to his aunt and uncle s farm took an amazing turn when cupboard doors, hidden behind Henry s bedroom wall, revealed themselves to be portals to other worlds Now, with his time at the farm drawing to a close, Henry makes a bold decision he must go through theHenry York never dreamed his time in Kansas would open a door to adventure, much less a hundred doors But a visit to his aunt and uncle s farm took an amazing turn when cupboard doors, hidden behind Henry s bedroom wall, revealed themselves to be portals to other worlds Now, with his time at the farm drawing to a close, Henry makes a bold decision he must go through the cupboards to find the truth about where he s from and who his parents are Following that trail will take him from one world to another, and ultimately into direct conflict with the evil of Endor.

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    1. N.D. Wilson says:
      N.D. Wilson Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Dandelion Fire book, this is one of the most wanted N.D. Wilson author readers around the world.

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    1. Heather says:
      First, I am a completely unobjective super fan of both ND Wilson and this book I did marry the boy whose words I loved and he did dedicate the book to me so, in a way, he bought these five stars But he s not on , so I can say whatever I want right I enjoyed it immensely, especially everything to do with the faeren I m most curious how it will strike fans of 100Cs since I really am too close to the story to see it in its own right.I just finished my first gripped, laughing, crying read of the ARC [...]

    2. Renee says:
      I almost never post reviews of subsequent titles in a series but this one was so much worse than the 1st, I have to post my review In the second installment of 100 Cupboards, Henry discovers that he is a 7th son with magical abilities, which forms a dandelion mark on his hand Henry s cousin Henrietta decides to adventure through the cupboards and her family follows her A battle of good verses evil ensues Though the idea of cupboards with hidden worlds is appealing as is the cute flying creature [...]

    3. Douglas Wilson says:
      I read this in its various permutations in manuscript, but this was my first post publication read through This is simply an outstanding book As the author s father, I can be allowed my little biases But, also as the author s father, I must be recognized as being in possession of front row seats When it comes to his gift for writing, Nate is going to make a big dent I can hardly wait to tell you what is happening with Notes from the Tilt a Whirl.

    4. Barnabas Piper says:
      The second in this trilogy was even better than the first That s a rare feat Usually book two in a trilogy id the weakest, but this was excellent Wilson s imagination and sorry telling are at his peak I especially love how he writes villains They are hateable precisely because he writes evil as evil and not as something to be desired The villains make the heroes that much likable In all, a wonderful story.

    5. Sara says:
      Wilson is one of the most powerful story tellers of our day.

    6. Carissa says:
      so, i loved the first book 100 Cupboards because the concept of there being hidden cupboard doors in an attic behind which different worlds existed was completely fascinating and a great hook in the sequel, the author splits the main family up into three different lines two characters each go into a world and everyone else tries to follow them and they all end up in different places and i was left feeling VERY confused with no clear sense of which world I was in from chapter to chapter, WAY too [...]

    7. Cherie says:
      I don t quite know how to feel about this second book Many times, the 2nd in a series is better than the first, maybe because we know the characters better and have a better vision of the story line Actually, there were sooo many new characters, that it was hard to keep up, at times, but I don t think it was that, exactly This story has so much action that it is confusing, trying to keep it all straight Henry is transformed into something other than the simple boy that he was Henrietta, as impu [...]

    8. Sarah Stevens says:
      This book started a little slow for me Henrietta was infuriating, Henry was being rather thick, and the plot lines began to get rather complicated without anything really happening.However, I was rewarded for my perseverance, as the different events begin to point towards each other and the characters began to really make progress, both internally and externally Despite my earlier misgivings, I became attached to almost all of the characters, and it greatly simplified things to realize certain c [...]

    9. Christine says:
      Our family just blazed through the advanced readers copy of Dandelion Fire Not because we were in a hurry but because we couldn t put it down Ranging from ages 5 to 40, we all loved it Our youngest boy loved the creepy factor, our 10 year old daughter loved Henry s and Henrietta s character growth, our oldest son the power gained by Henry and the quirkiness of Frank the Fat Fairy My husband and I enjoyed all of the above as well as the fun Biblical allusions, being reminded of the magic in the e [...]

    10. Josiah Brown says:
      It took me forever to get through this book because of school, but it was well worth it This was a very good addition to the 100 cupboards series I am not sure if I liked it or less than the first book For some reason I can t give this five stars, but it was a great fantasy book filled with lots of action, funny parts, and overall awesome structure N.D Wilson is a very skilled author and I am looking forward to the last book.I would highly recommend this book Thank you N D Wilson for another gr [...]

    11. Christie Saunders says:
      I enjoyed the second half of this book even than the first book in this series Very fun read.

    12. Nano Villa says:
      en si fue un buen libro, muyyyyyy diferente al primero pues la primera entraga 100 cupboards fue algo asi super light en comparacion a este, la historia continua con las aventuras de henry york unos dias despues de lo acontecido al final del prmer libro, en el cual descubre algunas cosas muy importantes para la trama de este libro, sus padres adoptivos han sido encontrados y se van a separar, por lo cual estan peleando por la custoria de su hijo, el tio Frank le dice que en unas dos semanas se r [...]

    13. Kat Heckenbach says:
      A fun continuation to 100 Cupboards Henry s adventures take place in one of the lands on the other side of the cupboard doors, where he and his aunt, uncle, and cousins find out about Henry s grandfather and what the evil witch is up to Lots of new characters and plenty of action The writing gets a littleratic here and there It s not a bad thing, just the author s style I think, but at times it made me have to go back and reread passages to make sure I hadn t missed something But I still very m [...]

    14. Grayce says:
      The magic of this book the characters are real They will annoy you, confuse you, and surprise you If you read this book for anything, read it to fall in love.Also, brownie points for this line from Caleb But even if I found it lying in the road, I would never touch it for fear of being struck down Even before I read this line, Caleb was feeling slightly reminiscent of Faramir Which is a very good thing It made me happy.

    15. Betsy says:
      This fantasy series is not just for kids teens And I liked this book even better than the first So intricate and tightly written you can t skip a word or skim at all The plot is intricate and comes together so nicely at the end and I didn t see it coming well, not all of it it s hard to surprise me completely these days Well worth reading.

    16. Carol says:
      A great action packed sequel to 100 Cupboards I hope there will be additional books to tell us where the other cupboards go Later There IS another book due out this year Yeah Called Chestnut King.

    17. C.J. Milbrandt says:
      Any hope Henry may have held for an uneventful stay in Kansas lurch to an end in a moment that is simultaneously simple and defining I tend to agree with the author Dandelions are magic This adventure takes on epic proportions as seemingly unrelated details from the first book lock into place, shifting the reader s understanding Clues and converging Peril and parentage Battle and betrayal Truly excellent By which any of us simply means, This is just my sort of story The third volume awaits my ra [...]

    18. Jenni says:
      The amazing but slightly creepy story continues I m so excited that Henry found his real family, and am definitely coming back to read book 3

    19. Seth Crow says:
      I really liked this book I thought it was much better than the first one, exciting at least I love how he blends humor, excitement, and truth.

    20. Simon says:
      Magical This book draws you in and carries you away to far off wonders and places I am happy to say that this is one of those books that you have to read AFTER you have read the first book, and same with the last book All the stories tie together and are confusing if read out of order.This being the second book in the series as a reader, you will be in the middle of what is going on You get to feel the book and really understand it I love how descriptive it is, yet it can lead you astray and I f [...]

    21. Christopher says:
      Too fast but it still had enough character building inertia from the first book to make up for it.

    22. Melanie says:
      Dandelion Fire is the second installment in the 100 Cupboards series, taking Henry out of Kansas and back into the cupboards in search of his identity As far as action goes, this book does not disappoint We find out quite a bit about Henry s past, his family, and why he was ever adopted in the first place There is also an evil kidnapping wizard that is after Henry because of some newfound powers Henry has discovered I am left definitely wanting to pick up and read the last book in the series to [...]

    23. Miranda says:
      What had changed the most about Henry York was inside his head He d uncovered a wall of doors in his attic room, and now he didn t know who he was Henry York, only a few short weeks before, had been shipped to Henry, Kansas, seeing as his parents had been captured in some country somewhere and held for ransom It was like he was sent to a whole other world Before, he was treated like he was incredibly breakable Now, he got to experience childhood to its fullest A little bit beyond, maybe, seeing [...]

    24. Elizabeth Newton says:
      I didn t enjoy this as much as the first book to be honest The whole adventure magnifies, we are, for most of the book, in another world and that is interesting and entertaining, and the story line is fine and the secrets we discover alongside Henry are really exciting But one of the things I really enjoyed about book 1, was the relationship and interaction between Henry and his cousin Henrietta Those two characters when exploring and solving problems together was entertaining for me the way the [...]

    25. Brandon says:
      I think this book was a pretty good sequel to the first book, 100 Cupboards, The book starts out with the main character Henry wanting to find his old home inside the cupboards Henrietta hides the keys and while her and Henry search for the keys in the grass, Henry gets shot back He touched a dandelion, and the injuries were so bad that his family thought he was struck by lightning Henry and Henrietta decide to go look for his old home and they both get separated in the process Henry gets captur [...]

    26. Mel B. says:
      This book is what I expected the first book to be exploring strange worlds It seemed to better hit its stride Henry now knows he s adopted, and faces being retrieved by his re appeared, cold parents, who would only ship him off to another school and nanny He likes being stuck in Kansas He decides to try to leave through his grandfather s cupboard, but in the process, he becomes stricken by the second sight and knowing of a dandelion s life in a moment of time He goes temporarily blind, but also [...]

    27. Angie says:
      So I finished Dandelion Fire a few days ago Not what I would have expected for a sequel In fact for the first 8 chapters I really disliked it It was, in my opinion a bit too graphic for a children s Well like grossbloodied people etc And it took about 12 chapters for me to really get into it It brings us back to Henry, KS where Henry York resides with his aunt and uncle and cousins We find out that Henry was actually born to a family in one of the cupboards in the attic and he goes in search of [...]

    28. Jeremy says:
      Very entertaining Besides being a skilled writer, Wilson has an incredible imagination I was blown away with the arrow concept Some readers may be confused with the details surrounding the naming christening ceremony, but that s part of the appeal for me it s new and fresh and exciting, and that makes it attractive The final conflict in this book revolves around Henry s reaching the city of Hylfing where his family is , and Darius s wizard attack on it.Listened to the audio version 9780375838842 [...]

    29. Keith says:
      Haven t enjoyed this one as much as the initial book 1 Action seems to be too helter skelter, and I m having trouble keeping track of the different locales and characters within eachd the searing dandelion scar thing, well I m just not getting itbut I m committed to finishing the reading of this one regardless Later post Actually I gave up on this one half way throughI just lost interest with it and lost track of all the different stuff going onI won t be reading any of these

    30. Nathan says:
      Great story for showing how pervasive the Christian worldview must be Dandelions are magic Ha Of course they are way magic than voodoo ever could bee they are real and voodoo isn t.There is a really great part of the book when Hylfing is under attack from the terrible wizard The good guys all sit down and have a meal together with lots of wine and laughter, and there is nothing the evil powers can do about it They even say at one point, We have a table set in the face of our enemies How Christi [...]

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