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The Edge Chronicles 10: The Immortals Hardcover – Mar 2 2009

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Doubleday UK (March 2 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0385607229
  • ISBN-13: 978-0385607223
  • Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 5.1 x 24.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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"Of all the children's literature that has flooded the market post - Harry Potter, writer Paul Stewart and illustrator Chris Riddell's dazzling Edge Chronicles is by far the best. The Imortals is a thrilling adventure and a fitting finale to a series that will be rediscovered by children in years to come" -- Paul McGarvey South Wales Argus --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

About the Author

PAUL STEWART is the author of the hugely successful Edge Chronicles series. In 2004 he won the Nestle Smarties Book Prize for Fergus Crane.

CHRIS RIDDELL is an accomplished graphic artist who has illustrated many acclaimed books for children. He is also the acclaimed political cartoonist for the Guardian and the Observer.

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Format: Hardcover
The Immortals is book #10 in the Edge Chronicles. The story is about Nate Quarter, a teenage lamplighter. Nate is an orphan who travels to the city in search for a better life. Along the way, he meets all sorts of creatures and makes wonderful friends.

The book is bigger than all the other Edge books and holds a lot of exciting adventures. For fans of the Edge Chronicles, this will be a good last story which even touches on past characters. For people who never read the Edge Chronicles before, this will be a good introduction to the series. I would suggest however to read the other Edge books before reading this one since this book takes place years after all the other books.

For me, this book and the Edge series, are just amazing fantasy adventures. I would recommend these books for any age and any gender. They completely take you in, and submerge you into their world. The books also have drawings made by one of the authors and these pictures are just breath-taking, especially when a whole map of the place is drawn out with all the little details. For people who enjoy fantasy, this book contains all sorts of creatures, some with special powers and others just very unique characteristics. There is so much action and adventure that the reader never gets bored, and it's so easy to picture everything you're reading - the description of the places and characters is amazing. You fall in love with all the main characters, you can picture them in your head and you can hear their voice.

I can imagine the entire Edge Chronicles series would be an amazing hit with kids, especially thanks to all the great pictures. I've read all 10 Edge books, and i'm looking forward to re-visiting their world once again very, very soon. Enjoy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A fine survey evolves in this stormy ending that will change the entire Edge world forever Dec 18 2010
By Midwest Book Review - Published on
Format: Hardcover
THE IMMORTALS represents the final book in the Edge Chronicles and presents nearly 700 pages for its grand finale. Young lamplighter Nate is forced to flee for his life to a mighty city, there to face turbulent times, potential war, and more. A fine survey evolves in this stormy ending that will change the entire Edge world forever.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Book Whales: 4 Stars! Superb as always March 28 2012
By Book Whales - Published on
Format: Paperback
Its the last book for the Edge Chronicles. If you don't know this book then where were you all this time? nah just joking. The Edge Chonicles is very unique story which transcends time and connects the faith of 4 young lads. The Immortals is the last book for the Edge and the story revolves around young Nate Quarter and his adventure on the Third Age of Flight.

The book is a bit lengthy compared to the books before it and it is divided mainly into 4 parts. This four parts are situated towards the main places in the land of Edge, The Great Glade, The Hive, The Riverrise and The Edge. If I have not said it in my previous reviews this genre of "Other World" is my favorite type of story and Edge is one of the best. One thing that might get you into reading this series is that it has very high quality illustrations made my Chris Riddell.

Now for the review part of the book.

Honestly for a long time I really wanted to read this last part but due to it being released in my busiest time when I was in college it is only now that I managed to grab a copy. (i think it is rare now?) So for 1 week this was the book I was reading and it did not disappoint me.
It was still well written. It still gives you the time to imagine this fantastic land with rich details and description of the places, animals, people that exists within the story. And with illustrations placed on a regular basis you will never get lost in imagining the story.

Nate Quarter's personality still has the same "heroic but innocent" quality as Rook, Twig, and Quint had in the previous books (they were the main protagonists in the previous 9 books) You will easily like him as a person and as the story goes you will sympathize with him with every emotion that he feels. Its as if you are an additional companion to his group.

The art is still superb as always. Very detailed. It is like the mangas I am reading so no disappointment for that area.

If you know Kamen Rider Decade and also Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, in some way this book is similar to that. you get the feeling of nostalgia since a lot of past characters are mentioned.

Storywise, I really prefer the last 2 parts. My big problem with the 1st part is that it focuses too much on the politics of the land. And also the air of mystery and adventure is somewhat lost in the pages. But Im really glad when they finally got to the Riverrise Part. It feels like they are back on track.

So with that slight problem of the first part, I might have given it a perfect score but...
I give this book 4 whales!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
My son read this whole series Sept. 4 2010
By Lucy the Bargain Hunter - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Another in the series... My son has read the whole series and lends the books out to his friends as well. That should tell you now much he likes the books. Even his friend's father read the books.
Farewell, Edgelands Dec 20 2013
By Lynette Aspey - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
We have been committed Edge Chronicles fans for many years - for eight years in fact (I first read "The Stone Pilot" to her when she was three and she has loved Maughin and Prowlgrins ever since). Now, my daughter is ten, and she still adores this series -- we often return to the earlier stories, and so we were very excited when "The Immortals" arrived on my kindle for us to read together.

This book, however, was hard work and while it has many good points, it lacks the depth and passion of the earlier books. Having said that, I am eternally grateful to Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell for inspiring my child with a truly incredible pantheon of characters and a world that has broadened her imagination and growing mind. If you have a reader in your family who is seeking closure, then I think you need to have this in your collection, if just for the closure.
The whole family loves this book and series! July 24 2013
By Dave W. - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This is just an awesome book and series. It is hard to give it enough praise, but we have all read it multiple times. My 10 year old son refuses to stop reading the series from start to finish. Since purchasing this a few months ago he has read all 10 or so books 4-5 times through already. He always finds something new and interesting each time he reads it. For any fans of sci-fi and fantasy this is absolutely one of the best series we have ever read!