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Boots and the Seven Leaguers (Anglais)

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How DOES she do it? 7 janvier 2001
Par E. A Solinas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Once again Jane Yolen creates a unique fantasy novel that left me reading it a second time. And a third. Not as complex as the "Pit Dragon" trilogy or as eerily poetic as the "Merlin" books, "Boots and the Seven Leaguers" is nonetheless good fun.
Gog is an average teen - oh wait, he's also a troll who has trouble with magic. It's just a matter of days before the rock band "Boots and the Seven Leaguers" shows up, and Gog and his friend Pook don't have tickets. The two manage to magic themselves into the concert as roadies - only to lose Gog's younger brother, Magog. The two troll-teens set off to find Magog and encounter such colorful creatures as the Huntsmen, Weed King, and the White Wyrm.
The characters are pretty much perfect. Any teen will see themselves in Gog, and his desperation both to find his little brother and to get back in time to see Boots perform. And who didn't have a best friend like Pook?
Yolen's writing is as snappily descriptive as ever, managing to be concise while bringing images into the reader's mind. There is, also, a decidedly funny undertone. The viewpoint is just non-human enough to make us see how a troll thinks without losing the reader's interest.
A fairly short but wonderfully-done book that I could read over and over.
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Rock-and-Troll 6 avril 2007
Par Super Lucas Dude - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Boots and the Seven Leaguers by Jane Yolen is a fictional story of a teenage troll who discovers that his brother is missing. As he sets out to find him, many surprises await. Everybody in the kingdom loves the rock band Boots and the Seven Leaguers.

I thought this book was alright, but it wasn't great. I like the fact that it has a rock and roll theme. The book has a good adventurous feel to it. I also like that there are a lot of different mythological creatures in the story.

I don't like how the main character always says things in the moment just to prove his point like "all trolls are afraid of heights" or "all green-kids are tricksters." In my opinion, it wasn't focused enough on Boots and the Seven Leaguers to be named after them; in fact, they were hardly in the book at all. In addition, I found the book a little childish.
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Hysterically Funny 5 octobre 2003
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This was a very creative book. It will keep you going with every page. I was amazed at how much imagination the author put into this book! You'll know what is going on because she creates a great picture in your mind.
The charachters in this book are just a silly group of teenagers that are trying to go to a rock concert, but Magog, (Gog's)little brother gets stolen! Gog and his friend Pook have to save him from the White Wyrm. Find out who really stole Magog. Was it the big White Wyrm?
The Author explained the setting of this book real well and I think that's great! Gog's life is just like regular life, except that he is a troll. The poetry is funny. The charachters in the New Forest are weird and probaly took alo of time for Jane Yolen to think of.The New Forest was my favorite setting because it's a spooky jungle that no troll or monster would dare go into, and the Wood Wife that lives in it has secret magic powers that make you fall in love with her.
This book was great because it's not normal. It's abnormal. I would recomend this book to anyone who likes haunted houses, and funny, scary Halloween stories.
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