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The Farwalker's Quest

Average rating
4.1 out of 5
Based on 137 Ratings and 69 Reviews

Book Description
Ariel has always been curious, but when she and her best friend Zeke stumble upon a mysterious old telling dart she feels an unexplained pull toward the dart, and to figuring out what it means. Magically flying great distances and only revealing their messages to the intended recipient, telling darts haven't been used for years, and no one knows how they work. So when two strangers show up looking... More
Book Information
PublisherBloomsbury USA Children's Books
BindingPaperback (5 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages384
Publication Date02/02/2010
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About Joni Sensel (Author) : Joni Sensel is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Published credits of Joni Sensel include The Humming of Numbers, Reality Leak, Bears Barge In, and The Garbage Monster.
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Reader Comments
10/5/2010 Lois Bradley said:
Finished in a marathon reading day and looking for the next online...LOVED the book. This is a journey/quest story that is both fantasy and post-apocalyptic. From the moment Ariel pulls a "telling dart", an ancient artifact, the adventure was off and running. This story has evil villains, unexpec... more

tags: I recommend, I read

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1/26/2010 Michelle Parker-Rock said:
Follow Ariel and Zeke in this fantastical story in which they mysteriously stumble upon an old telling dart. Their adventures begin as they try to figure out what it means. The dart and the strangers they meet take them on a dangerous journey that leads them to discover their true calling. A must... more

tags: Inspired me

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11/25/2009 Chris Eboch said:
It took me awhile to get totally engaged in this book, but once I got in, I could hardly put it down. The main characters are distinct and well-rounded. They are also true heroes, enduring great suffering with courage and humility. As in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy, the personal rewa... more

tags: I recommend, walking, instincts, post-apocalyptic, quest, middle-grade, fantasy

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