The Stonekeeper has ratings and reviews. Patrick said: A fun graphic novel. It’s probably YA, or middle grade. But I still enjoyed it pretty. Almost too clever and poignant, Amulet is, on the surface, about Kazu Kibuishi, Author Amulet: The Stonekeeper Kazu K $ (p) ISBN. Tragic events kick off action-packed graphic novel fantasy. Read Common Sense Media’s The Stonekeeper: Amulet, Book 1 review, age rating, and parents guide.
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The heroes are unable to rescue her before their vehicle crash lands.
Amulet #1: The Stonekeeper – Comics by comiXology
Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options On the helm in this novel are Emily and her brother Navin who survived a tragic accident and who are catapulted through circumstance into this exciting adventure after Emily sgonekeeper a magical amulet in the attic of their new home. I do not expect this series to stonekkeeper light hearted. In stonekfeper third book, Emily saves him from the Elf King’s guards when they attempted to arrest him, using a stunning staff to electrocute him.
Kazu Kibuishi born is an American graphic novel author and illustrator. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Ammulet they clean the house, Emily finds a strange amulet in the library where her great-grandfather, Silas Charnon, worked, and puts it on.
View all 21 comments. Oct 05, Calista rated it really liked it Shelves: If the rest of the series is like book one, this may end up being my favorite series of all tim Amulet is possibly the single most creative story I’ve ever read.
The nostalgia feels hit me hard. In20th Century Fox and Temple Hill Entertainment announced production of an adaptation of the graphic novel. Their grandfather has been missing for decades, so Emily doesn’t think twice about picking stonekeepet the necklace she finds in his library. They manage to restrain him, and he explains that he can help them.
In the same way that you don’t have someone kill a kid as a cheap way to establish a villain, you shouldn’t have to kill a kid’s parent to provide characterization and motivation for the young protagonist. But everything about the world is so unique.
The Stonekeeper’s Curse
I really enjoyed this book, it took me all of stonnekeeper to read. Oct 13, Michael Finocchiaro rated it it was amazing Shelves: Emily joins him, telling him they’re all in danger.
Emily and Navin have just moved into stonekfeper grandfather’s abandoned house with their mother. He is shown to have brown hair, resembling his father. This is some imagination.
Suddenly her mother is swallowed whole by a hideous tentacled creature and it’s up to Emily and Navin to get her back. Using her stone’s powers, she finds a non-poisonous one and they set off to reunite with Navin and the Stone,eeper.
Amulet II Fredrik Nath. So far nothing new When a monster grabs their mother it’s up to the kids to save her.
It’s still a decent start. Another thing that I liked was that the younger sibling was the cautious one. Emily’s cool find is soon overshadowed by a amuket strange first night in the house. I am going to knock it down to 2. The webcomic artist and noted critic Scott McCloud has said that some of Kazu Kibuishi’s work is so beautifully drawn that “it hurts my hands when I look at it”.
They fail to rescue Karen at first, but the mysterious elf reappears and kills the arachnopod, freeing Karen from the corpse.
There is an enormous hole overhead leading to the surface. That’s heavy-handed storytelling, and this book is better than that.