Servalius Window

Servalius Window❴Ebook❵ ➧ Servalius Window Author Claudia White – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Servalius Window is a story of destiny change knowledge and time combining the ancient story of Gilgamesh and Chinese Proverbs to tell the story of two worlds inextricably linked Servalius and Earth W Servalius Window is a story of destiny change knowledge and time combining the ancient story of Gilgamesh and Chinese Proverbs to tell the story of two worlds inextricably linked Servalius and Earth Written in three parts with the first part on Servalius the reader learns of a perfectly ordered world where everything and everyone lives according to their destined journey Servalians have no knowledge of their celestial journey that began on Earth but celebrate the images of the Earth’s vibrancy through Enya Harding’s art and Alfred Canat’s music But when twelve year old Mia learns that she does not fit into her destined path things change forever In part two the reader is introduced to Indigo Jasper a friend of Felix Hutton who is gifted with strange and unexplained memories and extraordinary knowledge Felix knows that Indigo is different from his other classmates but believes that her exceptional intelligence is what sets her apart until she and everything associated with her ceases to exist and only Felix and other Athenites can remember her at all Part three involves the reappearance of Indigo’s ghostly form as she provides some of the answers to her mysterious disappearance her travels on Earth and what awaits her when she returns to Servalius as Mia having completed this part of her destined journey. Posted on “There was a proverb written than 2200 years ago watching the tree to catch a hare” Dr Zhang smiled warmly “which means the only thing that does not change is that everything changes”The tales of dreams and imaginings of Claudia White have been fully explored in book three Seravalius Window is so far my personal favourite The plot is highly imaginative and combines the ancient story of Gilgamesh and Chinese Proverbs which is really evident in the plot line These elements in the book make you think and flex your imaginative brain making it an absolute joy to immerse yourself in the story After the first few chapters you will be led down the narrative road asking yourself how this book is going to work out It is surreal intriguing and very different from the previous two books However it still retains all the good aspects from the other books such as the interesting and well written characters good worldbuilding and easy going dialogue The book is written in three parts and leads the reader down a path of discovery and learning which cleverly collides into a satisfying ending Although it leaves uestions than answers This book can work as a standalone novel but I would recommend reading one of the other books to get a better understanding of the characters and back history as it may be uite easy to get lost In the first part Servalius the reader learns of a perfectly ordered world where everything and everyone lives according to their destined journey Servalians have no knowledge of their celestial journey that began on Earth but celebrate the images of the Earth’s vibrancy through Enya Harding’s art and Alfred Canat’s music But when twelve year old Mia learns that she does not fit into her destined path things change forever This is a story of destiny and unexplained memories that will leave you wanting to uncover the mystery within the story You will travel into a dream like bubble the further you go In part two the reader is introduced to Indigo Jasper a friend of Felix Hutton who is gifted with strange and unexplained memories and extraordinary knowledge Felix knows that Indigo is different from his other classmates but believes that her exceptional intelligence is what sets her apart until she and everything associated with her ceases to exist and only Felix and other Athenites can remember her at allPart three involves the reappearance of Indigo’s ghostly form as she provides some of the answers to her mysterious disappearance; her travels on Earth and what awaits her when she returns to Servalius as Mia having completed this part of her destined journey This is a pocket size family adventure full of folk tales and myths which are all wrapped in a magical fantasy realm A recommended middle grade read that I would search out in a heartbeat especially if you are in the UK This was a beautiful read bound by a beautifully crafted cover While it may seem to be a uick read White does a great job of pulling in the reader and taking them on a great ride The writing is solid and enjoyable I enjoyed reading this one even though I found out later it was the third in a series I didn't feel lost or like I was missing out on important information although I would recommend reading all three books Each part of the book while clearly separate are well linked without losing any of the flow Young and old readers can enjoy this book eually and that in itself is uite a feat My son 11 also enjoyed reading this book and sharing moments with me It's a special moment when you can curl up with your child and share a book you both enjoyed reading I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review This in no way influenced my opinion Another great story in the series So we thought our interesting you just can't put it down So I didn't

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Servalius Window
  • Claudia White
  • English
  • 15 September 2016
  • 9781849822329