Battlementals: Quest for the Harmonicon

Battlementals Quest for the Harmonicon Chase Freeman is a boy with a heart for adventure stuck living in dull Drifter Flats The only exciting thing that ever happens in his small town is Eclipse Day and even that isn t enough for Chase unt

  • Title: Battlementals: Quest for the Harmonicon
  • Author: Randy Lindsay
  • ISBN: 9780692817759
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chase Freeman is a boy with a heart for adventure stuck living in dull Drifter Flats The only exciting thing that ever happens in his small town is Eclipse Day and even that isn t enough for Chase until he sees the strange ball of light streaking across the sky Enlisting his best friend Jordan, her little brother Luke, and Harlan the smartest boy in school, they followChase Freeman is a boy with a heart for adventure stuck living in dull Drifter Flats The only exciting thing that ever happens in his small town is Eclipse Day and even that isn t enough for Chase until he sees the strange ball of light streaking across the sky Enlisting his best friend Jordan, her little brother Luke, and Harlan the smartest boy in school, they follow the light to an American Indian medicine circle Drawn into the middle of it, the four friends are suddenly teleported to the Battlemental dimension along with the school bully Brendan and his friend Lena Once there, they find an elemental people desperate for them to accept the grand quest to save the universe A deadly alliance has pulled it out of balance and, soon, everything will vanish altogether Friends and enemies will have to find a way to work together to assemble the Harmonicon, defeat the Salt Giant, and find their own undiscovered abilities that will help them complete their quest But when dark secrets are put into the wrong hands, their mission unravels and time is quickly running out As the universe systematically starts to disappear, Chase and his friends race to put all the elements they ve gathered together, but will it be too late to save everyone

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    1. Battlementals: Quest for the Harmonicon by Randy Lindsay is a pre-teen/ middle school tale full of very interesting characters that are not all human. Imagination flows rampant in each chapter of this book. It keeps the level characteristic to children's speech and behaviors.When a group of children are approached by an interesting older person, they look at him as just that. However, they don't expect that this old guy can change their life and the future of the universe in one conversation. No [...]

    2. I bought this book for a friend's son, and then I had to buy a copy for myself. Snot monsters AND snot fruit, very appealing. (I may look like a retired old lady but I'm really a 10 yr old boy.) Suddenly, I have a craving for okraGood adventure. I like how the hero doesn't always get to be the center of attention and all-knowing.Lynne

    3. A great book. It was fun and easy to read. It had a lot of action and adventure, it shows how the life of a 6th grader can be hard due to bullying. I ended up liking all the characters. You start off really liking Chase, Luke, Jordan and Harlan, but Brenden and Lena can sometimes get your blood boiling. There is also some other fun and inventful characters. I think that this would be a good book for a young reader. It shows that people can change when put in a specific situation and also how som [...]

    4. Well, I did not particularly enjoy this book. Though not because the story and ideas where bad. It was due to the writing, which was still good but it was written for middle grade and that is obvious in the writing. Seeming I am not middle grade I didn't not really like it but love the ideas and story great for any middle grade reader.

    5. I got to pre-read this book and really enjoyed it. Lindsay delivers an action-packed adventure that captures the imagination of children and adults alike. I can't wait for my girls to read it.

    6. Ever since I was a kid obsessed with Pokemon, I loved the ideas of elementals, and how people who represented different elementals might behave. I think my 11-year-old self would have loved this book. The setting was fascinating, with lots of creative ideas. Non-stop adventure keeps readers going. As an adult, I require more depth, especially with characterization, so I had difficulty getting into the story. However, I think this middle-grade novel would be perfect for reluctant-reader boys who [...]

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