The Stone of Valhalla Best Read || [Mikey Brooks]


  • Title: The Stone of Valhalla
  • Author: Mikey Brooks
  • ISBN: 9781939993281
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Stone of Valhalla Best Read || [Mikey Brooks] - The Stone of Valhalla, The Stone of Valhalla year old Aaron was chosen to save their world but it might come at the cost of losing his own Breaking into an old lady s basement was supposed to reward Aaron with new friends Instead he finds an
    Mikey Brooks
    Mikey Brooks is a small child masquerading as adult On occasion you ll find him dancing the funky chicken, singing like a banshee, and pretending to have never grown up He is the author illustrator of several books including BEAN S DRAGONS, the ABC ADVENTURES series, and author of the middle grade fantasy adventure novel, THE DREAM KEEPER He spends most of his time playing with his daughters and working as a freelance illustrator Mikey has a BS degree in Creative Writing from Utah State University He is also one of the hosts of the Authors Think Tank Podcast Aside from writing and illustrating, Mikey also love to read middle grade and young adult fiction, narrate picture books, sing, and even sew That s right he also sews He s made practically everything from, Elizabethan costumes for the Utah Shakespearean Festival, to modern style wedding dresses Mikey s greatest love is his family He gets than inspiration from them he gets support, courage, and most of all happiness.


    Commentaires:

    Chris Meads
    This was a great read It combines that of friendship, loyalty and sacrifice all thrown together in a good mystery.It starts out with Aaron, a boy that has no friends, and is wanting to belong to a group of kids that say they will be his friends but there s one catch He has to steal something valuable to join.So he goes into what he thinks is a house where the old lady is out He heads into the basement and finds a valuable baseball card He hears sounds and crawls into a space to hide There he pul [...]

    John Purvis
    The Stone of Valhalla was published in 2014 and was written by Mikey Brooks insidemikeysworld This is Mr Brooks third Young Adult Fantasy novel I obtained a galley of this novel for review through through netgalley I would categorize this novel as PG as there is a little Violence The novel is written in the first person from the stand point of the major character, Aaron.Aaron is 12 and on a dare breaks into an old woman s house in his neighborhood Trying to avoid being caught when someone comes [...]

    Laura Bastian
    This was a fun book Solid Middle Grade characters and kids will probably love this book The story started out with Aaron sneaking into a house to steal something as an initiation into a gang That bothered me, given the fact Aaron seemed to be an intelligent kid He should have listened to his inner voice and not gone in But if he hadn t, then we wouldn t get to go see the fun world of magic in Valhalla Mikey did a great job with plot twists and doing some unexpected things I was able to catch on [...]

    Elaine
    I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so here it is Anyone who loved the tales of Narnia will be totally enchanted by this magical tale Thirteen year old Aaron is desperate to be allowed to join in with a gang of teenagers from his school and accepts a dare to enter the home of an elderly lady This is the start of an adventure as, reminiscent of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe , he tries to escape detection by hiding and is transpor [...]

    Koeur
    koeur.wordpress 2014 08 04Publisher All Night Reads Publishing Date July 2014 ISBN 9781939993281 Genre Fantasy Rating 3.8 5Publisher Description Breaking into an old lady s basement was supposed to reward Aaron with new friends Instead he finds an enchanted amulet that transports him to another world one at war with magic Before he knows it, he is accused of witchcraft and invited to a bonfire where he s the main attraction If that s not bad enough, a goblin army shows up and toasts the town lit [...]

    Elgon Williams
    Absolutely love Mikey Brooks books I schedule time to read them and he never disappoints He has the rare storytelling gift and an ability to focus in on exactly what his intended readers would be thinking as they read the book There s only one way for that to happen Mikey has never fully grown up Of that I m certain.Aaron is a kid trying to fit in He s almost old enough for high school and wants desperately to be in a gang In order to meet the expectations of the leader he has to steal something [...]

    Amanda Thompson
    Stone of Valhalla is a classic children s fantasy about a boy transported into a different world, but Mikey Brooks manages to breathe fresh life into the idea His characters are fun, the story has a few twist and turns, but one of my favorite parts were the different interesting locales Brooks details The city of Rivera, especially, with its volcano and super heated river was a fascinating spot Usually the towns in such fantasy stories are one variation of a consistent town market, inn, etc but [...]

    Shelly Hammond
    This book was one of those books that you begin reading and immediately become absorbed in the characters and the story taking place It s hard to put down from start to finish as it takes you on a journey from our world to one of great mystery.Although the Stone of Valhalla is a solidly written middle grade fantasy book, it can easily be enjoyed by any age The author writes his characters so that they are not dumbed down in any way making the book a smartly written, sharp witted, adventure You a [...]

    Tabby
    Received from All Night ReadsReceived Via NetGalley THE REVIEWWhy this book The synopsis intrigued meWhat I thoughtWhy I love reading middle grade fantasy novels is because they always take me on journey full of adventure and magical creatures The Stone of Valhalla was no different I can t say it was one of the best books I read but I did enjoy it The book did have some interesting twists and I was pleasantly surprised by some of them Aaron, Bran and Rosella were great characters and I connected [...]

    Sharee Wanner
    The Stone of Valhalla is a fun read and I really enjoyed going on the adventures with Aaron, Bran and Rosella Finding good friends can be a difficult thing at Aaron s age When he decides to break into Mrs Timble s house and steal something just so that he can be in Jesse s gang, he gets much than he bargained for To avoid being caught he tries to hide and instead is transported to another world where magic, danger, imps and friendship await He faces his fears, has his heart broken, is betrayed [...]

    Melissa
    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.What a great story This seems to be suited for boys age 10 and up, but I think anyone can fall in love with this story The author has such a descriptive quality that you can picture every scene vividly and feel like you are there The rafters each add a little to the story and the turns the story takes gives you a magical ride Definitely could see this playing in a movie theater

    Mark
    Stone of Valhalla is a fun adventure book I enjoyed the story so much that my kids wanted to read it My seven year old just finished and loved it You know a book is good when the reader gets upset about a scene so much they are asking you how it ends and if the scene really is what it seems A fun read for all ages.

    Katy
    This is a fun and sometimes intense middle grade fantasy with great descriptions that make the author s interesting world come alive The well drawn main character pulls the reader into his adventure from the first scene and makes the reader care very much what happens to him.

    Ali Cross
    Wow I LOVED this book I wasn t 100% sure at first, but as soon as the story entered the other world, I was hooked Fantastic writing and storytelling A very satisfying read and ending Highly recommended for readers aged 8 14.

    Bill Tillman
    Stone of Valhalla is a fantasy book meant for middle graders Full of adventure, magic, and scary creatures 317pages of great reading, will not put it down till done

    D.J. Torres
    Whoa, just finished reading The Stone of Valhalla and you can color me impressed This is a great read for middle grade readers, especially those who love fantasy, adventure, and otherworldly creatures First off, the author has such a great voice The writing style is really engaging There is the perfect amount of description to aid your imagination as you picture Aaron navigating this other world I also appreciated the clever pop culture references scattered throughout the book.All the characters [...]

    M.A. Ray
    Solid middle grade fantasy Betrayals everywhere A boy learns to make friends in the midst of it all Cool world building and refusal to dumb things down for audience make this a winner I ll be giving it to my kids when they re old enough.

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