The Seventh Tide

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  • The Seventh Tide
  • Joan Lennon
  • English
  • 19 July 2019
  • 0141381531

About the Author: Joan Lennon

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10 thoughts on “The Seventh Tide

  1. Maxine Mathew says:

    One silly mistake of Eo has put his entire community of shape shifters in danger Now he has to travel through time collecting gifts and champions to win a game which would decide the fate of his people Along the way he is joined by Adom, a sixth century boy, and Jay, a girl from the 24th century who are pulled into the traveller by accident All three of them now have to travel through time facing dangers and challenges they never thought they would ever face As they are skipping from one ti One silly mistake of Eo has put his entire community of shape shifters in danger Now he has to travel through time collecting gifts and champions to win a game which would decide the fate of his people Along the way he is joined by Adom, a sixth century boy, and Jay, a girl from the 24th century who are pulled into the traveller by accident All three of them now have to travel through time facing dangers and challenges they never thought they would ever face As they are skipping from one time period to the other, they not only learnabout each other but also start understanding themselvesclearly Will Eo with the help of Jay and Adom be able to finish this game successfully or will his people be doomed to the kelpies because of him The Seventh Tide has a unique storyline which attracted me to it The representation of the future was also something different and interesting But the one thing that goes against this book is that even though the story is good it could have been written much better One crucial thing that the author forgot to keep in mind is that a book cannot be good only on the basis of a good story but also on the basis of how it is told Even the characters failed to connect to me Both Adom and Jay seemed to a get accustomed to the fact that Eo was a shape shifter and travelling through time quite fast The little surprise they felt over it was over after a few minutes This seemed a bit too unrealistic even for a fantasy book Even with all its defects ,The Seventh Tide is worth reading at least once just for its unique and interesting story It is surely not a memorable book but offers something new for those who have got tired of the same type of fantasy stories.Favourite Quote Well, yes, all right I am But, I ll tell you something, Professor I can t believe how muchalive I feel I mean, who would want to feel sad or scared or sick if they didn t have to But I ve been feeling all those, and hungry and wet and cold and cross and lost and I still feel like I could leap tall buildings at a single bound like those superheroes in olden days Daft, eh Overall Great plotline but could have been executed betterRecommended Yes to those young adults who want something different in the fantasy genre

  2. Gunne says:

    Really I m the first to rate or talk about this book It doesn t even have a synopsis or a cover This is quite shocking, for an era basking in fantasy fiction Let s see there are demons, mazes, tales of friendships, shape shifters and normal humans, and you re telling me no one on GoodReads has come across this book Amazing.The Seventh Tide, whether the first out of a series or not I haven t bothered to find out, is a decent enough fantasy book There s a bit of magic and time travel invol Really I m the first to rate or talk about this book It doesn t even have a synopsis or a cover This is quite shocking, for an era basking in fantasy fiction Let s see there are demons, mazes, tales of friendships, shape shifters and normal humans, and you re telling me no one on GoodReads has come across this book Amazing.The Seventh Tide, whether the first out of a series or not I haven t bothered to find out, is a decent enough fantasy book There s a bit of magic and time travel involved, which are two of my favourite elements in any fiction book, but the storytelling is a bit on the convenient side It s a good effort but it s not captivating enough There are a few red herrings and twists, but like I said they reconvenient than brilliant hey why didn t I notice that before s It s got a good concept, but has been written in a less than amazing way Likeable characters, but not lovable Fear for them, but any losses are easy to get over, compared to say, the hard hitting deaths of some characters in Harry Potter

  3. Abdul says:

    Good book aimed at a younger audience, but still thouroughly enjoyable with a few Good puzzles too.

  4. Bella says:

    very different still loved it though

  5. Starify Cookie says:

    I think it was a great book, but the climax is hard to define and the ending is quite abrupt.

  6. Polly says:

    In some ways a better book than Questors, but I think I like Questors .

  7. RedEye_Witch says:

    This is fun Going on an adventure in different times of our world From Stone Age to the Future Had fun going on the adventure myself.