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Profetiens Utvalgte Phenomena 1 review µ 109 ✓ ❮PDF❯ ✩ Profetiens Utvalgte Phenomena 1 Author Ruben Eliassen – Gym-apparel.co.uk Det finnes en gammel spådom om at to alvebarn skal fri verden fra den onde makten For alvebarna Alk og Ilke blir det etterhvert klart at de er de utvalgte Med hver sine helt spesiDet finnes en gammel spådom om at to alvebarn skal fri verden fra den onde makten For alvebarna Alk og Ilke bl. I really liked reading this to the kids Let's see if we read the next one in the series or do the kids want something else to be read The good thing about the book was it was interesting all the way It wasn't boring at all Even though the story lacked uite a lot things that happened the whole way was kind of lame nothing spectacular ever happened but it was a fun experience anyway This is like a feel good book Great to get to read something from a local author Ruben Eliassen from Trondheim

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Er og med gode venner i trollmannen Sha ra og vinterbjørnen Arol drar de ut i verden for å kjempe mot ondskap. There has been some time since I read this book but this was one of my major hits as a kid I recommend it for teenagers who likes fantasy as well it's impossible to put away after a while

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Profetiens Utvalgte Phenomena 1Ir det etterhvert klart at de er de utvalgte Med hver sine helt spesielle Profetiens Utvalgte Kindle egenskap. I had two favourite books when I was younger This and Harry Potter It's weird to me now that I never realised how different they are and by different I mean that one is a remarkably better than the other For the most part this comes down to the writing The first thing that bugged me in Phenomena when I re read it is that there is one large info dump at the start of this book that I feel could've been used to build up the story later There could've been some major plot twists or revelations here but we don't get any of that The biggest thing though was that the third person perspective is a kinda messy Personally I think the book would've been stronger if we'd followed one person in each chapter and gotten observations of everyone else through them but instead we're granted access to everyone’s thoughts and emotions all the time This meant that the focus never stayed with any one character long enough to really bond with them and the whole thing seemed rather shallowOf course these things didn't matter to 11 year old me At that time I was just really into the story and the magic and the map at the beginning of the book I remember being very disappointed with the later books in this series but though the first two might not work for adults they are great positive children’s' tales The rating is therefore representative of what I would've given this at the age when I first read it not what I would give it now