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Book Title: Broken Sky: #05|
The author of the book: Chris Wooding
Edition: Turtleback Books
Date of issue: December 1st 2000
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Reader ratings: 7.9
ISBN 13: 9780613323482
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 616 KB
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More questions are being raised than answers. Aurin is an interesting character - and the insights into her mind reveal more about her than just a cold-blooded tyrant, though she's certainly that as well.
I didn't really like Kia in this book. There's an edge of cruelty to her that refuses to dissipate. It would be interesting to see Takami redeemed, but it's doubtful that would happen.
The different types of creatures that inhabit the world of Broken Sky are diverse and really interesting. Kia's visions were also quite interesting, though I'm not sure I'll ever truly understand them completely.
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Read information about the authorChris Wooding grew up in a small town in Leicestershire, where not much of anything happened. So he started to write novels. He was sixteen when he completed his first. He had an agent by eighteen. By nineteen he had signed his first book deal. When he left university he began to write full-time, and he has been doing it professionally all his adult life.
Now thirty-nine, Chris has written over twenty books, which have been translated into twenty languages, won various awards and been published around the world. He writes for film and television, and has several projects in development.
Chris has travelled extensively round the world, having backpacked all over Europe and North America, Scandinavia, South East Asia, Japan and South Africa. He also lived in Madrid for a time. When he wasn’t travelling on his own, he spent his twenties touring with bands and seeing the UK and Europe from the back of a van.
He also learned not so long ago that his family tree can be traced back to John Milton, author of Paradise Lost, which has no bearing on him whatsoever but it’s kind of interesting anyway.
Chris lives in London.
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