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eBook The Fatal Strand (Wyrd Museum 3) epub
  • ISBN: 0006750141
  • Author: Robin Jarvis
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic (January 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 512 pages
  • ePUB size: 1781 kb
  • FB2 size 1784 kb
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Many thanks to Ann-Janine Murtagh for guiding me along The Woven Path. Shrill screams, raging with grief, echoed throughout The Wyrd Museum.

Many thanks to Ann-Janine Murtagh for guiding me along The Woven Path. Then Stella Paskins for helping me tie up The Raven's Knot and ensuring I wasn't left Fatally Stranded. Bethnal Green : London . 0 am.

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Timely release of the classic fantasy trilogy by Robin Jarvis in ebook format, following on from the landmark publication of DANCING JAX, his first novel in a decade In a grimy alley in the East End of London stands the Wyrd Museum, cared for by the strange Webster sisters – the scene of even.

Timely release of the classic fantasy trilogy by Robin Jarvis in ebook format, following on from the landmark publication of DANCING JAX, his first novel in a decade In a grimy alley in the East End of London stands the Wyrd Museum, cared for by the strange Webster sisters – the scene of even stranger events.

The Fatal Strand book. The Wyrd Museum is in chaos  . In this book, the action is firmly back in the Wyrd museum, as Woden and his agent cause various different timelines to converge, resulting in numerous characters from the building’s history reappearing - some good, some very very bad. As with most Jarvis books, this story had some really scary moments, and younger readers in particular might find the ending quite frightening, particularly the fate of Neil’s father. The story is balanced out with some joy though, and some really sad moments.

Robin Jarvis was born in Liverpool and grew up in Warrington. After a degree course in graphic design he worked in television making model monsters and puppets. In due course he created characters of his own which inspired him to start writing about them.

Timely reissue of the classic fantasy trilogy by Robin Jarvis, following on from the landmark publication of DANCING JAX, his first novel in a decade. In a grimy alley in the East End of London stands the Wyrd Museum, cared for by the strange Webster sisters – the scene of even stranger events. But something has come to disturb the slumbering shadows and watchful walls of that forbidding edifice. Miss Ursula Webster is determined to defend her realm to the last as the spectral unrest mounts.

The Fatal Strand (Tales . .has been added to your Cart. He has been shortlisted for the Carnegie Prize and Smarties Award, and twice won the Lancashire Libraries Children’s Book of the Year Award. Amongst children, his work has a cult following. Robin Jarvis lives in Greenwich, London.

Timely reissue of the classic fantasy trilogy by Robin Jarvis, following on from the landmark publication of DANCING JAX, his first novel in a decade In a grimy alley in the East End of London stands the Wyrd Museum, cared for by the strange Webster sisters - the scene of even stranger events.

The Wyrd Museum series), dark powers, a forgotten race and ancient evils on the North Yorkshire coast (The . The Witching Legacy is a four title series published by Egmont Books, in which Jarvis returns to the North Yorkshire town of Whitby. Jarvis said in a 2015 press release

The Wyrd Museum series), dark powers, a forgotten race and ancient evils on the North Yorkshire coast (The Whitby Witches trilogy), epic medieval adventure (The Oaken Throne) and science-fiction dramatising the "nefarious intrigue" within an alternate Tudor realm, peopled by personalities of the time, automata servants and animals known as Mechanicals and ruled by Queen Elizabeth. Jarvis said in a 2015 press release. Now the time is right to climb those 199 steps once more and discover what’s been happening.

The Fatal Strand is the third book in the compelling Wyrd Museum trilogy. All readers will be drawn in by the gripping storytelling of Robin Jarvis, where the fantastical elements combine with the seriously chilling. In a grimy alley in the East End of London stands the Wyrd Museum, cared for by the strange Webster sisters -- the scene of even stranger events. But something has come to disturb the slumbering shadows and watchful walls of that forbidding edifice. Miss Ursula Webster is determined to defend her realm to the last as the spectral unrest mounts. Once again, Neil Chapman is ensnared in the Web of Fate, facing an uncertain Destiny. Can he and Edie avert the approaching darkness, or has the final Doom descended upon the world at last? The chilling conclusion to the chilling trilogy. Tales from the Wyrd Museum.
Comments: (4)
Uafrmaine
Robin Jarvis has crafted an excellent trilogy drawing on various mytholgies. These books are so well written, they appeal not only to young adult readers, but also children and adults. I picked up the first book but quickly realized my young children would like this as well- it has become a read-aloud treasure in our house! We will be reading and re-reading this series for many years...
Thiama
Dear Mr. Jarvis, I love your books and I hate the way you write them!
Am I the only one of your repeat readers who has a love-hate affair with your work?
Your attention to myth, belief, religion, spirituality, and human nature is meticulous, and rewards the efforts I make to slog through your wordy descriptions and the emotional intensity of your characters' dialogue. Your plotting also rewards close attention to detail. There is a lot to respect in your work. You are not Ursula K. LeGuin, whose fantasies for younger readers (EarthSea) are presented in deceptively clear smooth prose with hidden depths beneath the easy surface. She is an author more to my taste; I can breathe and read at the same time when she does the writing. With you, Mr. Jarvis, I have to dive in, either taking a deep breath and holding it, or bundling up like a deep-sea diver with an oxygen tank; your prose is smothering to me. But I would not forgive myself if I did not investigate your storytelling in order to find out what generations of readers come for.
Hallolan
After reading the first two I was expecting much of this book and Robin Jarvis has provided the best of the three. This is one exciting read, Neil returns from Glastonbury with Edie and the late Miss Veronica Webster's body only to find another more chalenging adventure waiting for him. A strange ghost hunter who he met in the previous installment has been invited into the wyrd museum and as soon as he enters the museum begins to come back to life. Old spells lying dormant begin to awake to help protect the Websters against the approaching evil forces of Woden the Gallows God. But one of Woden's agents has already infultrated the Wyrd Museum in the form of evil Warder Jack (Tick-Tock)Timms, a man bestode with time traveling powers by Woden and sent to kill the remaining Webster sisters and Edie. Assisted by his faithfull companion Quoth the Raven Neil must help to protect the Websters in this their final stand against the forces of evil.
This is the biggest and most complex of the three books, it also holds some of the major character developments, Ursula Webster's constant battle against her approaching insanity, Celidine Webster already insane but driven further into the black abyss of her mind by the death of her sister Veronica. Edie makes friends with a strange new character of the Gogus a small imp but the Gogus' loyalties are unclear. Neil has a new relationship with the mysterious Ghost Hunter who has now entered the museum. Quoth also has a dilema, he is offered a choice of staying with his beloved new master Neil and being punished by having his power of speach taken away and then finally being killed or returning to his old master Woden and becoming the evil Memory once more.
Also Neil's father Brain Chapmann plays a much bigger role in the happening of the Wyrd Museum, confused and afraid by all the strange events occuring he stops looking after himself and begins to loose his temper a lot easier.
This amazing story boils over and with the Museum its self turning against them our heros are loosing hope for the future of the world fast. This is definatly the best of the trilogy with thrills, splills and one fantastic twist near the end.
Deeroman
The follow-up to The Raven's Knot and The Woven Path, this is a fast-paced, action-packed thriller whose pace doesn't let up for a minute! The villains are detestable, the young heroes are flawed but likeable and the other characters are mostly insane. The decaying Wyrd museum provides a perfect backdrop for this sad tale of the inevitability of change. That doesn't mean that there isn't a light at the end of every tunnel, and this book does contain a message of hope for the future amid a grim present.
It isn't quite as moving and beautiful as the Raven's Knot, but makes up for it by being even scarier and more demanding.
The characters are well drawn, especially the cruel asylum guard 'Tick-tock Jack', the Webster Sisters, hero Neil's very flawed father and best of all 'Quoth', Neil's adorable conflicted talking raven. Highly recommended.
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