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  • Title: The Edge Chronicles 11: The Nameless One: First Book of Cade
  • Author: Paul Stewart Chris Riddell
  • ISBN: 9781448157747
  • Page: 282
  • Format: ebook

  • Cade, orphaned, penniless, jumps to stow away aboard a mighty sky ship bound for the city of Hive Friends are all that can save him from thieving goblins, brutal skymarshals, and the threat of skyfiring , trapped nameless one, fever, trogs, venom .
    Paul Stewart Chris Riddell
    Paul Stewart is a highly regarded author of books for young readers from picture books to football stories, fantasy and horror Together with Chris Riddell he is co creator of the bestselling Edge Chronicles, which has sold than three million copies and is available in over twenty languages They have also collaborated together on lots of other exciting books for children of all ages The Far Flung Adventure series includes the Gold Smarties Prize Winner Fergus Crane, and Corby Flood and Hugo Pepper, both Silver Nestle Prize Winners Then there are the Barnaby Grimes books, two Muddle Earth adventures, and the sci fi Scavenger and fantasy Wyrmeweald trilogies For younger readers there is the Blobheads series, while for the very young, Paul has written several picture books, including the Rabbit and Hedgehog series, In the Dark of the Night and, his latest, Wings.Other authors by this name disambiguation Note Paul Stewart business and management books


    Karl Orbell
    A couple of years ago, I read The Immortals. It was the last book in The Edge Chronicles, after three sagas, a book of interconnecting short-ish stories, that book wrapped up ~600 years of The Edge, so many threads, in a magnificent and moving way. I never wrote a review for that book, as it was hard to express how wonderful it was and what a perfect finish to the series.Then this comes alongA new saga. A saga set around the nephew, Cade, of the primary protagonist of the last book, Nate Quarter [...]

    I wanted to read this book for so long but always was to afraid to do it. The edge chronicles are my most beloved books I`ve ever read. They are a big part of my life (like for others Harry Potter or LotR). When Paul and Chris made the anouncment that they work on a new Edge series I was excited but at the same time afraid because the whole story had an really good end. I loved the Immortals and thought that this was the end I mean it was heart breaking for me that my favourite book series of al [...]

    Ahmad Sharabiani
    The Nameless One (The Edge Chronicles #11), Paul Stewart, Chris Riddell

    biblionatic! (Tiffany Liu)
    3.5 stars Nostalgia wise (especially the ending with the banderbear) 4.5 stars. I would have loved to see Nate, but I guess he'll turn up in layer series.Plot wise 3 stars, there wasn't much of a plot, but this book is for creating the basis of Cade's story, so that's okay.World-building 4 stars, I liked seeing a bit of goblin culture, especially since they're usually described as either brawny without wit or sneaky or kind of dumb.(God I feel like I need a reread.)

    We've had Quint, Twig, Rook and Nate and now Paul Stewart and Chris Ridell return to the Edge Chronicles to introduce us to a new hero, Cade. I was a little skeptical that this was going to be any good as now that there is much less Edge then there used to be the stories are pretty much confined to the Deepwoods and seeing as though the last two books have focuses on the great civilizations there I didn't think we needed another. Fortunately we are introduced to a new, quieter area, the Farrow R [...]

    Cade's story begins at the top of a jutting gantry in Great Glade. He's about to jump aboard the Xanth Filatine as a stowaway and flee the city in the hopes that his uncle's opposers won't pursue him. The fact that he is related to the great descender, Nate Quarter, makes Cade a paramount target for The School of Flight (don't you just love being hunted down by important, cryptic organizations?).Cade is eventually discovered as a stowaway and forced to jump ship (literally). Sometime after, he f [...]

    Lovely, as always :) I was surprised that it was rather slow moving. Much setup. When you think about it For example: What did Twig in his first book? Quint? And Rook? When you compare them, it seems that they get stuff done while Cade (spoilers) builds a cabin. But still, I like it and I can't wait for the next one!BTW: Am I the only one who wishes that Skyfare was real? ;) I would totally give it a go.5 stars <3

    Wow a great book. I have not read any of these chronicles before but this one will not be my last! I liked how in a way it was old fashion but at the same time you could see it in everyday life. The main character is an 11 year old who is courageous, headstrong and had an adventurous spirt.

    A Great return to this epic set of tales.

    Karen Ullman
    Enjoyed it, but not my kind of book. Luckily, as a school librarian, I know lots of students who will absolutely love this.

    Bob Von gruenigen
    This is not a book review, just a bunch of random comments.1. I found this used book on sale at the library. It cost me a quarter.2. This book was printed in the UK. I live in Canada. This has happened to me before.3. I put my fourth level Magus through this adventure using D & D third edition combat rules. I freaked out on page 282. I had to save myself and the other characters. The Luck Goddess helped my character (and the others). This dramatically changed the ending of the book.

    Dana Tuss
    Good action, fantastical beasts and a theme of kindness and friendship made this a good read. My 12-year-old suggested it to me — which made it even more fun to read. Not as clever as Harry Potter and heavy on ugly creatures so I wasn’t prepared to read any more of the series . . . Until it ended with a damn teaser!!!!!! Alex and I may fight over who gets to read it first — and that would make my day!

    Read these as a Child, and can honestly say they make a good read today (maybe for the nostalgia).Great illustrations, and an entirely unique setting to go with it.

    This book is about Cade Quarter who stows away on a phraxbarge seeking a new life in hive. Cade makes friends and enemies on the phraxbarge and has lots of adventures which leads him to nearly getting killed and having to jump off the phraxbarge when it had stopped at farrow ridges. Cade starts a new life at farrow ridges and makes lots of friends.i loved this book it was fantastic!

    Stefan Bachmann
    Ok, backstory: I started reading The Edge Chronicles wayyyyyy back in the day, as a wee lad, and I loved them. A lot. A lot-lot. Was invested. Bought all the hardcovers. I remember liking the later books less (Freeglader and Vox, I think?) and I'm not sure if it was because I was getting old and dull, or because they weren't as good. Whatever the case, I recently heard that the author/illustrator duo was writing more books in the series and was like "Yesssssssss." And I bought them. And now I've [...]

    Amanda - Go Book Yourself
    3.5/5 The Edge Chronicles: The Nameless one was provided by Doubleday in return for an honest review I almost crapped my pants when I clicked on the email that said Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell were working on The Edge Chronicles again. These books are my Harry Potter. I've been reading them since I was a teen and I credit Beyond the Deepwoods for turning me into a regular reader.When I first opened the book my reaction was: "What the fuck happened to The Edge!!" Que much googling. I eventual [...]

    Sam Whitehouse
    The Edge Chronicles is one of my top 3 book series of all time. I've read them since I was a kid, starting with Beyond the Deepwoods, all the way through to The Immortals which the authors had said would be the last book. But now there's a new trilogy. The Cade saga. This new trilogy had a lot to live up to after the awesomeness that was the previous trilogies and the fitting ending of The Immortals. And did it live up to expectationsMostly. Where the previous series were on an epic scale, The C [...]

    Malice De'Ath
    To be honest, I was gutted when I realised that The Immortals marked the end of my time in the Edge. So when I realised that Stewart and Riddell were writing more novels, I was ecstatic.It certainly didn't fail my expectations.I found the book significantly more enjoyable than I did The Immortals (which although good, I feel is the weakest of the Edge Chronicles novels) and was pleasantly surprised. The world is as rich and deep as ever. I love how society, geography and technology have all evol [...]

    After what I thought was the end of the Edge Chronicles with " The Immortals", I was overjoyed to see the start of a new saga. This book filled me with nostalgia as Cade explored the Deepwoods with his prowlgrin. However, I couldn't help but realize that this book was fairly slow. Arguably, the authors were trying to establish a new setting and a new Edge. But "Beyond the Deepwoods" introduced the Edge through Twig's adventures and the reader discovered things as Twig experiences them. Cade's ex [...]

    I'll reveal my ignorance in that I had no idea this was the 11th book in a series. There were so many more interesting places for Cade to travel, I was disappointed by his adventures. That just jumped this to a three instead of a two star rating.Cade is boring. Every other character in this novel has a better adventure than Cade. In no way, shape, or form does he help progress this story. He fails at everything, and not in a cute or endearing way, not in a "I tried, and this is the best I can do [...]

    Lorraine Baker
    This bokk is number 11 in the edge chronicles (but is the start of a new series). How I wish I has read the others first before this one. This book is ok as a stand alone start to the series but I think you would get more out of the book and enjoy it more if you had read all the previous books. However as I got this book through the goodread programme I did'nt really have time to read all the previous 10 books!!! An intersting story but more suited to males than females but can be for both adult [...]

    A better title might be "A Cabin by the Lake". The story is exceedingly pastoral and might not hold the attention of younger readers, but I found it engaging enough. What little adventure there was felt somewhat tacked on. I was quite surprised at what I took to be romantic feelings on the part of Cade, though they're appropriate and even understated given his age. The past books have been almost totally chaste. Overall a relaxing little romp, almost tricked me into wanting to go up north to the [...]

    I found that this book lacked the grandeur and epicness' of previous books whilst maintaining the feel good familiarity that has always accompanied this series. It serves as a good and solid reintroduction to the edge world and the third age of flight, and knowing that I'll always be a fan of the edge books perhaps I am slightly biased in my opinion. For those that reached the end of the Immortals and felt a pang of sadness knowing we had reached the end, this book surely won't disappoint. I for [...]

    Megan Bystricky
    First things first: Buy the hard copy, the flowable ePub doesn't work terribly well with the illustrations.Nextly, the actual review: Holy crow, they wrote a new one! I thought The Immortals was the end of it, but no! Words cannot describe my glee*. That said, the book was pretty slow; it looks like it's mostly set-up for the next two (in which we will hopefully find out what happened to Nate Quarter). That's really the only complaint I have.*onomatopeically, it would be something between a 'squ [...]

    Was so glad to get back into this world; Stewart does so well creating a full, rich universe. The adventure and action was top-notch, and not without kindness. Layers are added by knowing the rest of the series - so many callbacks and references - it's been so long I know I had forgotten certain things, but the full-circle moment with the banderbear at the end was very satisfying.

    Roisin Collins
    So happy to return to this wonderful series! I always thought The Immortals was going to be the last book in the Edge Chronicles, so I was delighted to find out they were continuing. The only thing I don't like is the new cover illustrations- why have Chris Riddell's gorgeous illutrations been replaced?!

    Tasha Mellins-Cohen
    An excellent introduction to the fantasy genre for younger readers. A well-written, enjoyable romp with just enough edge to entertain older readers. This book is in the post to my nephew (age nine) and if he enjoys it, I have promised to supply him with the rest of the series!* First Read Review*

    Rachael Elders
    Nice to revisit one of my favourite worlds from my childhood. I suggest you read this book in physical form because the digital version does not do the drawings justice. It was a bit slow to start with but towards the end, the action picked up and led on nicely for the second book in Cade's saga.

    Just as good as the Edge Chronicles. Stewart and Riddel do not disappoint.


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