The Guide to the Territories of Halla

The Guide to the Territories of Halla All there ever was all that will be For the first time see the amazing sights of Halla as only Bobby Pendragon has From the watery depths of Cloral to the rugged mountain ranges of Denduron to the ju

  • Title: The Guide to the Territories of Halla
  • Author: D.J. MacHale Peter Ferguson
  • ISBN: 9781416900146
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • All there ever was all that will be.For the first time, see the amazing sights of Halla as only Bobby Pendragon has From the watery depths of Cloral to the rugged mountain ranges of Denduron to the jungles of Eelong, from the Earth territories to the decaying fantasy world of Veelox, its all here So are the Travelers Uncle Press, Vo Spader, Loor, Aja Killian, Alder, GuAll there ever was all that will be.For the first time, see the amazing sights of Halla as only Bobby Pendragon has From the watery depths of Cloral to the rugged mountain ranges of Denduron to the jungles of Eelong, from the Earth territories to the decaying fantasy world of Veelox, it s all here So are the Travelers Uncle Press, Vo Spader, Loor, Aja Killian, Alder, Gunny, and Kasha, and of course, Bobby Pendragon and Saint Dane.This is your private flume to Halla Enter and discover old friends while you learn new secrets But remember one thing This is only the beginning.

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    1 thought on “The Guide to the Territories of Halla”

    1. I expected more from this book. It's basically an intro summary of each of the first 5 books in the series, with some illustrations of various characters and settings. But it's nothing I didn't already know from reading the books. There's not any new or interesting information about the series, and I was hoping for more details on the various territories, or even short stories of the characters' backstory/past.Disappointing and very short.

    2. This guide, to me, was a little premature. It doesn't cover all of the worlds in the Pendragon Adventure Series which is disappointing. The illistations are nice and the explanation short. But if your a Pendragon Fan and want to collect all the books involving the series, this won't be a complete waste of money.

    3. Great field guide, but reading level is much less than that of the actual series itself. Could use more information as well, but MacHale can choose to write however he likes. Great field guide thing, but people who have read the Pendragon series might understand how drastic the change in reading level is.

    4. It was okay, but I expected more since it claimed to be a "Guide to the Territories of Halla". It was mostly a sum up of the first 4 or 5 books with pictures and a few (useless) extra tidbits of information, such as the number of continents on each territory and their major holidays and cities.

    5. I read this short little guide back in August and forgot to mark at as read. I bought it at Powell's because it was signed and I adore the Pendragon series so immensely and needed this. It gave a visual experience to one of my favourite series of all time and I couldn't be more pleased.

    6. This guide was very disappointing. I expected extra information about the territories, but it was just a review of the first five books.

    7. I enjoyed this. I am a very visual person and it was fun to compare what I had visualized the characters, places, things and events to be in my mind to what the author came up with.

    8. I hate how it destroyed my own realizations of the characters and put them into graphic representations that looked nothing like how I thought. It also only had the first 5 territories.

    9. The characters didn't look how I expected, but it was cool to see every major character and place in detail.

    10. The series was so detailed an complex I understand why this book would be wanted, but I was stunned when I got it in my hands to realize it was so small and cartoonish.

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