Mirrorshade

Mirrorshade Mel and his friends have been locked in Deep Trouble prison in the Mirrorscape while their evil Mirrorshades who look exactly like them are free to cause havoc in Vlam Luckily their old friends Gold

  • Title: Mirrorshade
  • Author: Mike Wilks
  • ISBN: 9781405253734
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mel and his friends have been locked in Deep Trouble prison in the Mirrorscape, while their evil Mirrorshades who look exactly like them are free to cause havoc in Vlam Luckily, their old friends Goldie and Pilfer the invisible burglar are on hand to help them break out and try to prove their innocence.

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    1. The final instalment in a second-rate children’s fantasy trilogy, Mirrorshade is tedious, poorly written, lacking in originality and overall completely pointless. Compared to the previous books, Mirrorshade is entirely lacking in stakes. The first book of the trilogy is about fighting social inequality. The second is about stopping a villain who means to destroy the world. But this volume is about characters who broke an employment contract. No, seriously. That’s the entire plot of the novel [...]

    2. This trilogy deserves so much more recognition than it gets, especially since it is so unbelievably creative and every book just kept getting better and better as the series progressed. This third and final book in the series was absolutely fantastic, tying up its loose ends and leaving me absolutely satisfied with the ending. If you're looking for a new fantasy series to read, I would definitely suggest giving this one a try!

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