The dark hills divide

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Scholastic, Inc., Jun 17, 2005 - Forest animals - 253 pages
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When she finds the key to a secret passageway leading out of the walled city of Bridewell, twelve-year-old Alexa realizes her lifelong wish to explore the mysterious forests and mountains that lie beyond the wall.

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The plot was very clear and easy to visualize. - Goodreads
Also, the plot was uneven and awkward. - Goodreads
He does a really great job with imagery and mood. - Goodreads
Wow! What an introduction to Patrick Carman. - Goodreads
The plot is also problematic. - Goodreads

Review: The Dark Hills Divide (The Land of Elyon #1)

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I'm going to group my thoughts on this trilogy into one entry. Wow! What an introduction to Patrick Carman. This series is fantastic. A fantasy story about a young girl (I know, I know some of you ... Read full review

Review: The Dark Hills Divide (The Land of Elyon #1)

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Alexa Dayley, a witty twelve-year-old, travels with her father through the walled-in paths to Bridewell, a city founded by an adventuring Warvold. But when Warvold dies, things start to spin out of ... Read full review

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