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by Margaret Buffie

eBook Finder, The (The Watcher?s Quest) epub
  • ISBN: 1553376714
  • Author: Margaret Buffie
  • Genre: Teens
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kids Can Press; First Edition edition (August 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1485 kb
  • FB2 size 1436 kb
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Buffie tries to put the new characters in context, but the foreshadowing is directly related to Emma's previous adventures and the conflicts and friendships are picked up midstream as well.

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2004) (The third book in the Watcher's Quest Trilogy series) A novel by Margaret Buffie. The Finder was orginally published by Kids Can Press in 2004. Emma's powers are constantly tested and threatened in this new world

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Here is the second volume of Margaret Buffie's Watcher's Quest trilogy. Emma's Earth mother, Leto, is dying. Buffie's ability to keep the story moving without a lag in the action also helps this book to stand on its own. Longing to be reunited with her human daughter, Ailla, who was stolen at birth, she has lost her will to live.

Authors: Margaret Buffie. by Margaret Buffie includes books The Watcher, The Seeker, and The Finder.

Margaret Buffie is an award-winning author of young adult books

Margaret Buffie is an award-winning author of young adult books. Her books include The Watcher and Angels Turn Their Backs. She lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This is a well-written and exciting adventure, but it doesn't stand on its own. Because Emma's quest involves revisiting worlds that she discovered in past adventures and calling for help from past companions, readers unfamiliar with the first two books will be lost. Buffie tries to put the new characters in context, but the foreshadowing is directly related to Emma's previous adventures and the conflicts and friendships are picked up midstream as well.

The is the final book in Margaret's popular Watcher's Quest Trilogy.

In the third book of The Watcher's Quest Trilogy, Emma stumbles into the world beyond the portal -- against the orders of Histal, Master of the Watcher's Campan. Here she finds a place of danger, intrigue and deadly Game Playing. Everything she values and everyone she loves is suddenly at stake. Emma's powers are constantly tested and threatened in this new world. Can she solve the ominous puzzles set up in the vast and treacherous maze? It won't be easy. But when Emma feels her weakest, she discovers an inner strength she did not realize she had ?
Comments: (3)
Auau
This Margaret Buffies end to the wathcer series is a true masterpiece, sometimes the end to a series is not nearly as good as the begininng leaving you with a feeling of unsatisfaction, not the case with this book, it is great and truly worth the time to read, and if you have bot read this series any real fantasy book lover will love it and should read it.
Zeus Wooden
I love these books so much. It has such a rich lore and atmosphere, I truly would recommend them to every young reader out there
Redfury
Ms. Buffie's Watcher's Quest trilogy is one of the best series I've ever read. I really like how she combines great fantasy images with the feeling of actually being there. Emma is an "earth" girl but also very magical. This combination of reality and fantasy works so well! The Finder is amazing.I loved all three and this last one was super good!!
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