I'm continuing on with my July challenge: The Pendragon Adventure!
Series Info. Since this series is a little less well-known than the other series in my Summer Reading Challenge, I decided to discuss the premise of the series as a whole.
The Pendragon Adventure is a 10 book series centered around our main character, Bobby, and his adventures through multiple dimensions or territories, as they're called in the books. The books are told from a dual perspective. Our main perspective is of Bobby, told in first-person through journals which he sends to his best friend to keep a record of what is happening.
The secondary perspective is of Bobby's best friend, Mark, and pseudo-girlfriend, Courtney, who receive the journals and go through their own problems on Earth. The majority of the books focus on a single territory each, as Bobby travels there to thwart the evil Saint Dane.
enter Book Summary As always, remember not to read this if you haven't read the previous books in the series, because this summary will probably spoil you for any books that came before this one! You're probably surprised this is going up so soon after my post for The Reality Bug.
Honestly, I kinda am too.
Then today Wednesday! I pushed through the last pages.
And when I finish this post, I'll be starting Twitter sprints again. It really is a reading marathon! Anyway, on to the actual book.
I liked it more than I remembered liking it. I've never been a huge fan of Eelong, and at best, I'm indifferent about Kasha, the traveler from Eelong.
As I've said many times, I tend to prefer the books that take place on the territories I like the best. That may be why my memory was a bit cloudy as to how good this book is.
The plot is excellent. Things start to get more confusing, the plots get more intricate, and it becomes harder to figure out what exactly Saint Dane is really up to. These cookies help us understand user behavior within our services. For example, they let us know which features and sections are most popular. This information helps us design a better experience for all users.
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