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Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you, with all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God.
Whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father. For you are a holy people to the Lord your God; the Lord your God has chosen you to be a people for His own possession out of all the peoples who are on the face of the earth.
For consider your calling, brethren, that there were not many wise according to the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble;.
In love. Listen, my beloved brethren: did not God choose the poor of this world to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom which He promised to those who love Him?
All rights reserved. Topical Bible Thematic Bible. Subscribe to the Verse of the day. I didn't feel like that at all with this book or the previous book in the series.
I was swept away and so in the story. My adult fantasy loving heart got warm and happy. This is funny, smart and action packed.
So mu I've read some young adult fantasy recently because this is the only thing my brain can handle at time moment.
So much going on and filled with imagination and fantasy. Oh it made me so happy to be part of this world once again.
As soon as I have read the books on my tbr, I will be reading the next book in the series. And I'm so looking forward too it.
A slow start and not quite as good as Dragon's Green, but still fun and gripping. This book made me feel all the good things.
It felt like reading Harry Potter for the first time, but better. I like the way the author plays with language and names, I like the magic system, and the kind of portal fantasy in here is great.
It feels innocent in the childhood way, and magical. There might be some, but those are probably loose ends to propel us into the third book.
These books This book made me feel all the good things. These books are written in such a way you can read them separately or out of order and still get what's happening, even though there is clear character development in both installments.
Outside of the names, of which some have a J. Rowling type of creativity to them, I like the allegory of the yearning a lot. The way it totally fits depression and how a episode of depression can get worse.
The fear and anxiety that can come with it that suck up all your energy and how people don't feel like themselves. It was done beautifully, even though it's not meant to be exactly the same.
And as a plus:v the focus and importance of books is put in this book in a great way too. Also I was growing irritated at times by the fact people constantly speak about themselves in third person.
I feel like, when the perspective is clearly put on paper, we should be able to go to he and she at least. The follow-up to Dragon's Green which I do think you need to read to make the most of this , The Chosen Ones sees the main characters developing their strengths, unearthing mysteries and digging further into the dastardly, convoluted plots of publishers and magicians.
I don't think I liked this as much as Dragon's Green; there's an enormous amount going on and it's all rather serious, making it difficult to warm to the characters particularly.
The world-building is still very good, but ultimate The follow-up to Dragon's Green which I do think you need to read to make the most of this , The Chosen Ones sees the main characters developing their strengths, unearthing mysteries and digging further into the dastardly, convoluted plots of publishers and magicians.
The world-building is still very good, but ultimately I think this is a children's book written for adults. However, children who like books like Cornelia Funke's Inkspell series are likely to have the reading stamina and depth of understanding to give the Worldquake series a fair shake, and that's no bad thing.
But when both of them disappear, the other three realise something must be wrong. Soon they are all fighting a devious plot that relates to being the Last Reader of a book, something which holds huge magical power.
In The Chosen Ones , the second book of the series, we get to see Effie learn more about herself and magic, and we also get to see her friends getting themselves and each other in and out of peril.
There's a whole lot of plot, but the short version is that evil publisher Skylurian Midzhar is planning to use some bookish magic to give herself and her fellow villains a whole lot of power; it's up to Effie and her friends to foil that plan.
The Chosen Ones , like Dragon's Green , is smart and lots of fun: Thomas is an English professor, and it shows: there's one part where Effie and her friends are given a close-reading assignment as homework, and a great moment where Skylurian explains that she and her colleagues "at the Matchstick Press have always been subscribers to the theory of the Death of the Author" Which isn't to say that the only delights of The Chosen Ones are the bookish moments: the mix of moments of action and moments of reflection really worked for me, as did the way the story shifts between Effie and others mostly Maximilian, who goes on a few adventures of his own, and Raven, whose ability to communicate with animals gives her some early knowledge of crucial plot points.
I also liked the mix of magic and other things: Effie isn't just learning about saving the universe, but also about friendship and sadness and how to take care of herself and how to let others help her when she needs it, too.
Jun 23, Mark Buxton rated it really liked it. My name is Effie, and I truly want to know what I am.
I'm confused by some of my abilities, since they don't seem to fit together. Now, my father has taken my box of boons, and he won't give it back unless I give him a copy of The Chosen Ones.
Most of them have been destroyed, since Albion Freake wants to have the only copy. It doesn't make sense to me, but Raven and I have figured out what he's up to.
I can sense something is going to happen during this Friday's meteor shower, but what? And what's with the famous author following me around, trying to find out about my life?
I need to get my boons back, so I can travel to the Otherworld. Hopefully, I'll find the answers I seek. I suggest you read Dragon's Green first, since it sets the tone for the whole series.
Effie spends much of her time in this book trying to "find herself". She has the True Hero ring, but there are two other unidentified descriptors.
She thinks she'll be able to unlock all of her other abilities if she can fully understand herself. The plot mostly follows her adventures, not aware of a prophecy foretelling her death, with subplots involving other characters.
Maximillian is pursuing new skills as a mage, Raven is protecting Effie and has close contact with the antagonist, and the antagonist has a master plan to become all-powerful and ruin everything.
I like the teamwork of the characters, as they support each other and try to master their abilities. Prophecies are usually inflexible, but this book alters one after the events unfold.
Other books leave wiggle-room for the interpretation of unclear prophecies, so alternative results are possible. Overall, I'm enjoying the series recommend you give it a shot.
Again, start with the first book. Jul 29, Malcolm rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult-fiction , alt-worlds.
Effie and her classmate Maximillian have disappeared, Otherworld seems to be in danger of extermination, rules controlling relations between worlds the are being flouted and order breaking down and there is a serious powerplay underway that threatens the cultural order — Thomas builds a compelling crisis in her alt-world fantasy.
Thomas is taking a risk in taking on and keeping with the challenges of writing for children — that most demanding and unforgiving of audiences. It is well-paced with plot changes developing and becoming clear by being played out — there is little in the way of extraneous explanation — with a cliff-hanger resolution that avoids the dangers of the deus-ex-machina conclusion.
I'm always a little wary of starting a fantasy series in the middle of the adventure, but I couldn't resist getting an ARC copy because of the beautiful cover art and the idea of words being magic.
I'm so glad I did. Effie and her friends are a really engaging set of heroes and I was soon pulled into the story. Scarlett Thomas's world-building is amazing and I loved how we got to see the gang developing and honing their powers.
The idea of boons and individuals having a special magical focus I'm always a little wary of starting a fantasy series in the middle of the adventure, but I couldn't resist getting an ARC copy because of the beautiful cover art and the idea of words being magic.
The idea of boons and individuals having a special magical focus in particular was really clever. Don't even get me started on the awesomeness of the Last Reader: a cool concept to begin with and the way it's developed with words having more power if the books have been read a lot and been well-loved just made it for me.
I loved how much humour there was in the book too, especially given how dark the "threat to humanity" portion of the plot became in places.
Effie's English teacher and her response to authors' visits particularly made me laugh. Definitely a new favourite series which I will be recommending to everyone I can!
The second installment of The Worldquake Sequence continues the lighthearted adventure which began in Dragon's Green. I wasn't grabbed as much as this time round, which isn't to say this is a bad book, but I think I expected more.
This is squarely aimed at the years old demographic, so my disappointment could in part be due to being over 20 years older than the target audience.
Regardless, I do hope that this series grows up a little, similar to how Harry Potter novels "aged" with their you The second installment of The Worldquake Sequence continues the lighthearted adventure which began in Dragon's Green.
Regardless, I do hope that this series grows up a little, similar to how Harry Potter novels "aged" with their young readers.
This could well be the plan. After all, remember Chamber of Secrets? I did enjoy The Chosen Ones; it had some interesting use of subtle misdirection, various ominous circumstances, and the characters are consistent if only lacking a bit of depth.
There's some good humour scattered throughout too, with some nice nods to the older reader. If you're years old, you could well love this book - it's definitely a well crafted concept and Scarlett Thomas describes some fantastic worlds in which the reader can pleasantly while-away an evening or two.
As they learn more about magic big threat is looming on the horizon. They are distracted by troubles at home and school, though, and it may almost be too late when they realize who their enemy is and what they are trying to do.
The rival school team is a weird bit of inclusion — same with the guest author at school who then stalks Effie. Tighter editing would have done wonders for this.
Apr 05, Farah Angelina N rated it really liked it. I read the first book Dragon's Green in April , and i absolutely loved it.
The Chosen Ones is about a group of friends with different magic powers. Effie is a hero, Wolf is a warrior, Maximilian is a mage, Lexy is a healer, and Raven is a witch.
In this book, Effie is foreseen to die but her friends does not tell her because of this basic rule: when the servant sees Death in the marketplace, Death raises his scythe and so the servant flees.
Later, the master goes to the marketplace and finds Death still there. He asks him why he frightened his servant. So Effie's friends did not want her knowing for fear she might do something to avoid death but end up causing her to face death instead.
Without spoilers, Effie in fact was drained of her life force unintentionally. To find out what caused it and if she survived, you gotta read it. It continues with the story of Euphemia Truelove Effie whose mother, Aurelia Truelove, disappeared on the night of the Worldquake - a worldwide earthquake which deleted all technology.
In this book, the villain Skylurian Midzhar - a Diberi - is burning all the copies of The Chosen Ones, a book about magic.
When there is only one copy, she plans to be its last reader to travel to inside the book and never return, absorbing all the power from the book.
Will Effie and her friends save the day? I enjoyed this book because it is funny, gripping and emotional. I think it should be rated 5 stars.
Aug 29, Danny Stoll rated it it was amazing. I loved this book an awful lot. I've been reading it together with my youngest kids as their bedtime story and they were just completely taken by it.
They've been thinking about their Kharakter and shade the entire week, it's really nice to see. They've not been this excited since Percy Jackson and Harry Potter.
I highly recommend this for everyone who has kids or who likes to feel the trill of youth when reading, this is simply amazing. I can't wait till next year when there will be a third inst I loved this book an awful lot.
I can't wait till next year when there will be a third installment to this story. Dec 01, Cindy rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-stars , fantasy , young-adult , action , kids , magic.
This is the second part in this series. A new adventure for Effie and her friends. About another book, this one is written by Raven her mother.
All kids are getting more and more the hang of their powers and how to use them. Effie likes visiting her family in the otherworld, but this drains her power too, she discovers in a bad way.
Will they find a way to win from the evil publisher? There is teamwork needed to solve it. For the answer you have to read the book, you won't regret it when you like a goo This is the second part in this series.
For the answer you have to read the book, you won't regret it when you like a good action reading. Jun 03, Annabel Campbell rated it it was amazing.
The second part of the World Quake series was just as enchanting and magical as the first book. I think Scarlett Thomas is a real master of telling you exactly enough to make her world real and fascinating, and then leaving so much still hidden and mysterious.
T The second part of the World Quake series was just as enchanting and magical as the first book. Tell us the answers!
Thomas continues to develop her characters in the 2nd book in this series. This time they must save the world from a Diberi that wants to destroy all copies of one of the books Raven's mother wrote.
This would make her the last reader and give her all sorts of powers. The five work together and stop this in dramatic style at the end of the book.
Each of the five children learn more about their powers and how to use them. Oct 04, Emmeline Pidgen rated it really liked it.Eine der wenigen, jungen Frauen in ihrer Welt, die noch Kinder empfangen können. Spanish [Original], Spanish [Original]. Von mir 4 Sterne. German Tub den Nick Brimble Auserwählten zu! Hier kannst Netflix Oder Amazon Prime 2019 dich kostenlos registrieren. Hier wartet Finn auf Mysteriöse Bilder Freunde. Was ist mir besonders positiv aufgefallen: Positiv aufgefallen ist mir definitiv der Schreibstil und auch die Bildhaftigkeit des Buches. Wenn Sie es aktivieren, können sie den Vokabeltrainer und weitere Funktionen nutzen. Fixed a large amount of smaller and bigger bugs. This is just tip of the iceberg. In this new world, which is similar to our own but with magic, the original Chosen One was killed and so a group of people reached across dimensions to bring across another hero or heroes meant to defeat their own Dark One. I don't have words enough right now to even express myself other than unintelligible sounds of pain and awe and anxiety. I appreciate your help, Der Plan Film you. Flecky This man is a strong long time supporter of the campaign since the beginning of its creation. Videos About This Book. So will die Regentin sicher sein, dass auch weiterhin Kinder geboren werden. Sprachausgabe: Hier kostenlos testen! Er ist ebenso wie Finn ein echter Gentleman und auch für seine Leute da. An sich lässt sich das Buch aufgrund des einfachen Stils schnell und leicht lesen. Listen to the chosen Designated Survivor Netflix sing!. Horror Figuren Geheimnisse aus Georgias Vergangenheit erschweren das 4kmovie.To. Ein guter erster Band, der noch Luft nach oben hat. Vielleicht wird diese Episode ja im Folgeband näher ausgeführt und erklärt. Akzeptieren Cookie-Einstellungen ändern.