Dark Whispers

Dark Whispers

Book - 2008
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This is a riveting tale of two quests. In the first, Cara Diana Hunter searches for an ancient story that may unravel the secret of a long enmity between the unicorns and the monstrous delvers. In the second, Cara's father journeys to free her mother from the Rainbow Prison. As Cara travels through the strange and terrifying underground world of the delvers and to the court of the centaur king, her father travels from mysterious India to the depths of the Rainbow Prison itself. Who can be trusted? Who is the enemy? Readers will be at the edge of their seats with this multistranded story filled with wonder and suspense.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2008.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780590459518
Branch Call Number: j F COVILLE
Characteristics: 464 pages : map ; 22 cm.


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sorenkrane Apr 08, 2015

Never in my wildest dreams could I imagine how complex and ominous this series would get. Loving it. Seriously. Loving it.

With the battle of unicorns vs Beloved/Hunters looming on the horizon, Coville writes and explores much less innocent worlds. More magic, more characters, more stakes, more creepy Beloved.

Coville had this incredible ability to make distinct characters. This one is chock full of new and revisits some of the old.

Dec 28, 2009

Cara, Lightfoot, Finder, Belle, M'Gama, and Grimworld go on an adventure to search for the story about the whisperer.

This is a great book. I like it because it has lots of mythical creatures, and I like mythical creatures.

The chapters were divided between two adventures. I would have preferred if the story didn't go back and forth like that. I'd prefer to read one story at a time.


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Dec 28, 2009

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