Narrative Essays On Spirit Animals

The adventure continues in this third book of the epic multiplatform fantasy series.

Erdas is a land of balance. A rare link, the spirit animal bond, bridges the human and animal worlds. Conor, Abeke, Meilin, and Rollan each have this gift-and the grave responsibility that comes with it.

But the Conquerors are trying to destroy this balance. They're swallowing whole citiesThe adventure continues in this third book of the epic multiplatform fantasy series.

Erdas is a land of balance. A rare link, the spirit animal bond, bridges the human and animal worlds. Conor, Abeke, Meilin, and Rollan each have this gift-and the grave responsibility that comes with it.

But the Conquerors are trying to destroy this balance. They're swallowing whole cities in their rush for power-including Meilin's home. Fed up with waiting and ready to fight, Meilin has set off into enemy territory with her spirit animal, a panda named Jhi. Her friends aren't far behind . . . but they're not the only ones.

The enemy is everywhere....more

Hardcover, 224 pages

Published April 3rd 2014 by Scholastic (first published February 1st 2014)

Review

Praise for Spirit Animals

A New York Times bestseller

"Mull kicks off the multiplatform Spirit Animals series with an exciting first installment." -Publishers Weekly

"Mull masterfully draws readers in . . . [they] will have a hard time putting this book down." -School Library Journal

"An insightful look at what it means to be a hero, with the glory it brings and the sacrifice it demands. The accompanying game offers an exciting off-page experience." -Kirkus

About the Author

Brandon Mull is an American writer who is best known as the author of the Fablehaven fantasy series which is a New York Times bestseller. Mull has also written The Candy Shop War. Because many young readers are interested in his books, Brandon crosses the country talking to students with the message that "imagination can take you places". In an interview, Brandon Mull said "I've been trying to pull off a writing career, dreaming of it since high school and trying sincerely since college, which has been quite a few years already, so". The greatest inspiration for his stories are J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis and J. K. Rowling.

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