Arthur Quinn and the World Serpent

Arthur Quinn and the World Serpent Something wicked has awoken under the streets of Dublin When his dad is offered a job working on the new Metro tunnel Arthur has to move to Dublin with him While exploring the dangerous tunnel and a

  • Title: Arthur Quinn and the World Serpent
  • Author: Alan Early
  • ISBN: 9781856358279
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Something wicked has awoken under the streets of Dublin When his dad is offered a job working on the new Metro tunnel, Arthur has to move to Dublin with him While exploring the dangerous tunnel and a hidden underground river, Arthur and his new friends Will and Ash find a mysterious glowing pendant The pendant depicts a giant snake strangling the trunk of a tree TheSomething wicked has awoken under the streets of Dublin When his dad is offered a job working on the new Metro tunnel, Arthur has to move to Dublin with him While exploring the dangerous tunnel and a hidden underground river, Arthur and his new friends Will and Ash find a mysterious glowing pendant The pendant depicts a giant snake strangling the trunk of a tree The friends soon figure out that the pendant is a warning, a sign that something evil is waiting underneath the city Something that s been imprisoned for a thousand years, something left by the Vikings, something that can and will destroy first the city, then the world What did the Vikings bury under the city of Dublin and why did they leave it there Who is the dark man that spies on Arthur and what is his evil plan In the end, only Arthur and his friends can save the world from the dreaded World Serpent.Request a FREE autograph for the books ideal for ebooks here authorgraph authors al

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    1. Un bon roman jeunesse, plus près du 3,5 mais mérite mieux qu'un simple trois. De l'action, des personnages intéressants et une bonne intégration de la mythologie viking à l'histoire font le succès de ce livre. Par contre, une intrigue un peu prévisible et une bataille finale qui pousse un peu loin lui font perdre quelques points. Cela demeure un livre divertissant, accrocheur et bien écrit. Pour les jeunes et moins jeunes. Je lirai le tome 2 prochainement avec plaisir!

    2. Ok so I read this book because I work in a book shop and I had seen it a few times in the kids section and the plot intrigued me. When I saw it at the library I jumped to take it out and commenced reading it. Three days later when I finished I couldn't help but be in two minds about this book. Firstly I think it is great that there is a children's fiction book based in Dublin, as there haven't been many of these in recent times (that I've heard of anyway). I also like the idea behind the book. I [...]

    3. My name is Arthur, not Artie, and I've been having some really strange dreams lately about a giant snake, underground caverns, and strange writing. After our class field trip to the new Metro tunnel, it's clear something magical is going on. I found a bronze amulet, and a strange green light narrowly saved Ash, Will, and I from drowning. The amulet also translated some Viking runes saying something about the Jormungand rising to destroy the world. I know Odin imprisoned and tortured Loki for ete [...]

    4. Arthur Quinn’s world is full of change. As if adjusting to life without his mum wasn’t hard enough, his dad’s just got a new job in Dublin, meaning Arthur has to move away from Kerry and all his friends. There’s a new school to start, and maybe some new friends to make – none of which Arthur wants. Then there are the dreams, well, nightmares, of a strange man with a mad laugh, and a plot that could destroy the world.Right now it seems like the Norse Trickster God Loki gets everywhere, [...]

    5. Arthur Quinn is moving from Cork to Dublin so his Dad can take a new job building the Dublin Underground. Moving to a new city and a new school are daunting enough to Arthur, never mind the weird dreams about the Norse gods he keeps having.With his new friends Will and Ash, Arthur soon discovers that the Norse trickster god, Loki is up to something underneath the city, something that if he's not stopped, will destroy the world.An excellent adventure story with a main character who isn't special, [...]

    6. I bought this for my 10 year old son, who devoured it in 3 days and then told me I had to read it. He wouldn't tell me anything about the end, something of a miracle as he's usually the spoiler-king.I can only say I devoured it just as quickly and loved every second of it. It's wonderful to see a fantasy set in Ireland, which deals with the Viking influence on the country, particularly Dublin.A great fun read, highly entertaining, can't recommend it enough.

    7. I loved it. Arther Quinn is the most brilliant book so that's why I gave it five stars is about a boy who has crazy dreams about the Viking god Loki. Then he tries to explore the sewers but then he finds out his new friend Will is actually Loki. Then he has to stop a monster called the world serpent that lives in the Dublin sewers and rescue his friend Max but luckily his friend (I can't remember what her name was!) helped. It was a brilliant book and I loved it. (hope you do too!)

    8. A little slow to get started, but I really enjoyed it once it got going. I loved all the references to places in Dublin and Ireland that I know. Norse mythology is something I know very little about, so it is interesting to see how Alan has woven it into his Irish story.

    9. I liked the idea of the story, but didn't get into the actual story very much. Wouldn't be surprised to find that, if I were to try it again in a few months, it pulled me right in. But for now, I'm moving on to other things rather than finish it all the way through.

    10. This is the first time I read something I like about Dublin as it is hard to put a good book down

    11. Great romp set in Dublin but mixed with Norse mythology. Vikings in Ireland in a whole new way! Great fun!!

    12. Inaccurate. But please bear in mind that I am such a Norse myth nerd that I've been teaching myself to write Elder Futhark. Content: "Jaysus" once. Mild violence.

    13. Mediocre at best. Obvious. Boring. Stilted. The ending was the worst part, like a very bad straight to dvd movie. Disappointed by this considering the hype for it.

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