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    PDF NEW [Imaginalis] J.M. DeMatteis ´ 0 Review Summary Imaginalis Twelve year old Mehera Crosby is obsessed with her favorite fantasy series Imaginalis When she learns that future publications of the series have been canceled she does everything she can think of to ensure the con

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    PDF NEW [Imaginalis] This story was clever and interesting but flawed leaving the resolution as a little too pat One of the problems

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    Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis J.M. DeMatteis ´ 0 Review PDF NEW [Imaginalis] I've been a fan of JM DeMatteis for a long time between his comics work and his canceled too early series of Abadazad novels Imaginalis was certainly well written but a bit of a disappointment The characters he created were

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    PDF NEW [Imaginalis] This book totally came across to me as pointless I mean the author had good descriptions and all but other than that the storyline was pretty ha

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    J.M. DeMatteis ´ 0 Review Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis Summary Imaginalis This book was absolutely abominable I think the author might be an atheist too and I think I can prove itI picked up this book because the story sounded interesting; a girl saving story book characters from disappearing forever However I literally kept nodding off while reading this book I had to force myself to

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    PDF NEW [Imaginalis] I was very intrigued by the blurb when I decided to buy this book as it's about a girl who ends up in a fantasy world created by her favorite au

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    PDF NEW [Imaginalis] J.M. DeMatteis ´ 0 Review Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis The general premise and twist on child discovers beloved storybook world is real sounded interesting I'm also a fan of DeMatteis' comics and can enjoy children's books despite being well out of the target demographic so was looking forward to this Surprisingly I couldn't even get through the first chapter without starting

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    Summary Imaginalis J.M. DeMatteis ´ 0 Review Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis Twelve year old Mehera Crosby is obsessed with her favorite fantasy series Imaginalis When she learns that future publications of t

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    J.M. DeMatteis ´ 0 Review Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis PDF NEW [Imaginalis] Mehera is a twelve year old who is caught up in a books series When the series is suddenly discontinued she become rude and sullen Her

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    Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis PDF NEW [Imaginalis] I love a good fantasybut this one was just a little too weird There are fantasical creatures a creepy and smelly villain and adventure But I just couldn't get past the weirdnesscharacter names behavior actions It was very much like a Neverending Story takeoff a girl gets involved with characters in her favorite f

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Summary Imaginalis

Summary Imaginalis Imaginalis Review ê 100 Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis Llain of the series Pralaya back to Earth along with Prince Imagos and his Companions Has Mehera doomed both worlds beyond repair or is there a way to save Mehera's world and Imaginalis tooExpert storyteller J M DeMatteis's richly imagined fantasy is a fast paced adventure and a testament to the power of loyal friendship creativity and imagination. The general premise and twist on child discovers beloved storybook world is real sounded interesting I m also a fan of DeMatteis comics and can enjoy children s books despite being well out of the target demographic so was looking forward to this Surprisingly I couldn t even get through the first chapter without starting to skim A little further and I gave up altogether The main characternarrator gets so caught up in her own enthusiasm that she rambles without restraint I want to find her endearing and be angry with the classmates that mock her and complain to the teacher about her love for her favorite book yet the writing style and excessiveness of her verbose book report strained my own patience There s something seriously wrong when I m sympathizing with the bullies I tried a couple times and tried skimmingskipping ahead a little Nothing helped rekindle my interest and I just couldn t make myself read All that said children are less likely to be bothered by style and likely to get caught up in Mehera s enthusiasm so it could be a much better fit with its actual target audience I unfortunately recommend adults who like children s books not bother though

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Imaginalis

Summary Imaginalis Imaginalis Review ê 100 Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis What if your dearest friends were trapped in a world that was dyingMehera Beatrice Crosby has one great love and it's not following the latest health fads like her school friend Celeste and it's definitely not Andrew Suarez even if he does have a ridiculous crush on her It's Imaginalis her favorite book seriesWhen she learns that the long awaited. This story was clever and interesting but flawed leaving the resolution as a little too pat One of the problems I had with the story was the order in which the reader was given information It s not until well into the story that the reader is told that the Imaginalis series which so obsessed the main character wasn t particularly popular Up until that point it seemed as if it was a big deal and that it was only her obsession with it that was bugging her classmates and that it was close to being the next Harry Potter or NarniaAnother issue like this was the villain Since we the readers haven t read the book within a book it s harder for us to understand the characters but the villain seems pretty much all powerful At one or two points in the story I found myself wondering why the villain hadn t won yetTo me the ending didn t fit very well with the tone of the last half of the story Overall it was enjoyable but not as good as it could have been

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Summary Imaginalis Imaginalis Review ê 100 Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ J.M. DeMatteis Last book in the series has been canceled Mehera is devastated until strange events begin unfolding and she realizes that her Imaginalian friends are counting on her to rescue them from their fading existence Soon Mehera finds herself traveling between her world and the kingdom of Imaginalis But what will happen when she accidentally brings the vi. This book was absolutely abominable I think the author might be an atheist too and I think I can prove itI picked up this book because the story sounded interesting a girl saving story book characters from disappearing forever However I literally kept nodding off while reading this book I had to force myself to get to page 100 It was there I gladly stopped and went off to read another and better book But I think I ve read enough of this to mark it as read I want to WARN you how horrible this book is before you begin itHere is why I think this book is absolutely and totally abominableThis is a book about a girl who loves books And yet the author himself insults the Nancy Drew books Those books weren t particularly my taste but don t you think it s than a bit rude to say that they are formulaic garbage Page 55 Lots of time and effort went into writing the Nancy Drew books time and effort goes into writing any book Well accept this book It s horribleAnd another thing the character who insulted the Nancy Drew books Celeste her father is an atheist and it looks like he raised her up the same way The main character Mehera and Celeste hang out and only pretend to be friends They don t really LIKE EACH OTHER but that s what a friendship IS They hang out because they re supposedly all they have but if you don t like the person you are hanging out with why hang out with them at all Or call them your friend How can you be all someone has if you don t even like each other or have any similarities If they d just FACED REALITY and parted ways something would ve come up and they both would have found the perfect friend God would have had a plan for them Oh wait THEY ARE ATHEISTS They don t believe in GodSERIOUSLY YOU STUPID AUTHOROh and I think I can prove the author himself is an atheist When Mehera finds out her favorite book series is canceled she yells I hate you at her dad and runs up to her room She cries and started STROKING the poster of the book series she has nailed to her wall saying something like I believe that you are real I think you are real thanall of this And she gestures outside pointing to her backyard the trees and the sky How can you believe a BOOK is MORE REAL than the world around you If there was no world than authors or printing presses or anything to make a book wouldn t even existOh yeah and here s yet another thing the magical characters from the book series Mehera likes they try to contact her through texting And YouTube vidoes Now I ve heard of some books where people vanish into video games and computers but if BOOK characters are trying to contact someone shouldn t they be using something bookish Like a secret message in enchanted ink That would be better instead of BOOK characters contacting someone through the INTERNET It just doesn t go well together Also for someone who claims to be crazy about books the main character sure does use a lot of technology I think in the book Inkheart the character s love of books was portrayed better because she actually READ books But all this character does is say I love books sooooo much and then lock herself up in her room and go on FacebookAlso in the One Year Adventure Novel by Daniel Schwabauer there is a writing techniue called Undiserved Misfortune to make the reader feel sorry for the character Like if someone s parents died In fact Mehera s mom DID die but it s hard to feel sorry for her if she repeatedly says Oh don t feel sorry for me I m fine Really THAT was annoying Also because this book was written in first person that means Mehera narrates it Well when she was narrating the story she repeatedly used incredibly annoying words that did nothing but make the writing choppy She kept on using kinda sorta and interrupting what she was saying with long AND UNNECESSARY dashes like this And when she was reading an excerpt from one of the books in the series that she likeswell lets just say the author should have TOTALLY rewritten that ALOT You can easily tell it was the author s writing style because of the annoying dashes I mean usually when people are writing a book and it has an excerpt from a fiction story they made up they d probably want to make it less and less like their own writing style as possible But that s what this author DOES NOT do You almost can t tell the different between Mehera s narrative and the storybook characters because it s the same and the only difference was the ueen s narrative was all in italicsOver all this book is absolutely totally and without a doubt the largest and most repulsive book to walk the in the world of literature and it most definitely shouldn t have been written because I think everything about it is incredibly abominable and I was going to complain about something else around page 100 but that s where I stopped so I don t remember what happened and I don t really want to because this book is utterly and disgustingly HORRIBLE The end

  • Hardcover
  • 248
  • Imaginalis
  • J.M. DeMatteis
  • English
  • 26 February 2018
  • 9780061732867