• Title: Sun Stealers
  • Author: C.J. Bridgeman
  • ISBN: 9781500198510
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sun Stealers It s tough when you ve just found out that the weight of not one world but two is hanging on your shoulders This is the life of Felicity Lucas Her mother was the Spellweaver the most powerful magic u
    It s tough when you ve just found out that the weight of not one world but two is hanging on your shoulders.This is the life of Felicity Lucas.Her mother was the Spellweaver, the most powerful magic user of both worlds Now that she s gone, the title and the power have passed to her only daughter, a fourteen year old student at Greenfields High School She has no choice buIt s tough when you ve just found out that the weight of not one world but two is hanging on your shoulders.This is the life of Felicity Lucas.Her mother was the Spellweaver, the most powerful magic user of both worlds Now that she s gone, the title and the power have passed to her only daughter, a fourteen year old student at Greenfields High School She has no choice but to learn the skills that her mother had, to weave magic like she did she has to keep the mysterious others at bay and stop a strange group of cultists bent on bringing down the sun.All of this and she has exams coming up.At least she has her two best friends at her side and things seem to be getting better with her dad.But still, when an old foe makes his return and the school bully won t leave her alone, Felicity soon starts to realise the limits to her newfound power as well as its consequences.

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    1. After realising she is the speelweaver Felicity must step up and learn to wield her power with the help of her mother’s friend Mr Oakley. Along with her two friends, she must put her mother’s death behind her and conquer the shepherds who seek to destroy her. A returning character, Oliver, is back but are his intentions good? The plot seems a little bland. We have the looming threat of doom but then, oh some child is picking on her at school. What I wanted to see was her learn to use her pow [...]

    2. Sun Stealers is the second book in the Spellweaver Chronicles Series. Felicity has recently learned that she is the new Spellweaver of the Deepworld since her mother died in a car accident. Unfortunately, her mother never told her, or provided her with the training necessary for her to take up the position. Fortunately for her, she has Mr. Oakley, the school counsellor who is an old friend of Felicity's mother, who is also from Deepworld who is helping her to learn to learn to use the magic that [...]

    3. *** I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ***“Sun Stealers” is a pretty good sequel to “Spellweaver” and holds it’s own with new adventure. Now that Felicity is aware of her destiny she is trying desperately to harness her power. Mr. Oakley has taken her under his wing and is training her but there still seems to be something off about him. He has an enormous creeper vibe which Bridgeman slowly builds up to but doesn’t spill the beans about him just yet [...]

    4. A thrilling sequel to the first part, this story will take the reader on a fantasy rollercoaster. The author dives deeper into the plot bringing in a lot of twists and some interesting new ideas. As the story progresses we see that Felicity has accepted her new found identity, that of being the spellweaver and is working on improving her skills. Her teacher Mr. Oakley works with Felicity teaching her how to control her powers and use them. The most appealing thing about this story are Felicity's [...]

    5. (I received this book for free as part of First Reads giveaways).(This review may contain spoilers).Although this book was the second in the series (which meant I missed the explanation parts in the first book), I still found this book really easy to follow.I found the concept of the Spellweaver to be quite an intriguing one, even though I didn't know how that was passed down or what the history was. I did find it interesting that there were two different worlds, though I would have liked more [...]

    6. It's rather like Harry potter I'm already into this book 2 chapters in. Felicity's mum was a spell weaver but as she has dies it's know felicity who is the spell weaver and mr Oakley is helping to train her in the practices of magic. Felicity has two close friends Hollie and Jamie Clarke who keep her going and make her smile. Oliver who tried to kill her comes back and tells her he needs her help can she trust him. Felicity's life is turned upside down and she thinks her best friend is frightene [...]

    7. It was a quick and easy read, which started off interesting but fizzled towards the end, mainly because the final chapters were anticlimactic. It would be a decent book for the 11-15 year old audience, but it is quite stale for the older audience because it was too cliché and lacking in depth and details. C.J. Bridgeman has potential though, as does any writer who helps me visualise a scene in my mind. Basically if she could come up with an innovative niche that hasn't already been flogged, she [...]

    8. I had liked 'Spellweaver' and I was sure about 'Sun Stealers' too and thankfully I wasn't disappointed. Sun Stealers was equally good. The right mix of suspense and innocence. Felicity continues to discover her abilities and readers are made aware of certain 'suspense' elements which will make them look forward to the future editions. This story brings together enemies to fight a greater evil for the greater good and it was nicely brought out. The shades of gray are exposed in personalities and [...]

    9. Got this book courtesy of a giveaway, it's number two in it's series, so occasionally I was trying to figure out what had happened before. The characters are fun, the plot seemed a bit slow at first, but picked up nicely, and left me with some things to wonder about for book 3. Did I really enjoy it - enough to spend my hard earned cash ordering book 1, to catch up - yes I did!

    10. I won a copy of this in the Giveaway.This is a well written fairly fast paced book, the only criticism and not sure it is a criticism as such, is that it is better suited to a teen audience. In saying that I did enjoy this book and it is worth a read.

    11. Although the book is well written, I found the story itself somewhat bland. It passed a few hours for me, but did little to capture my imagination.I received the book for free through First Reads.

    12. Honestly. I found it boring and lost interest. It was wayy to teenagery for me. I won this book from a free giveaway.

    13. Sun Stealers is the second book of the Spellweaver Chronicles Series. The characters had a lot of depth in book one and there is a lot more to learn about them in the second book.

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