Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Book Review: Stoneheart (The Stoneheart Trilogy, Book 1), By Charlie Fletcher

Book Review: Stoneheart (The Stoneheart Trilogy, Book 1), By Charlie Fletcher
By: Charlie Fletcher

George had never seen a statue come alive before - he didn't know they could. All that changed when, angry and frustrated, he decided to punch one. Now all the gargoyles and dragons in London are out to kill him, and if he can't set things right - they just might succeed.

Stoneheart is a middle grade fantasy that starts slow, but picks up speed as it goes. It took me several tries to get far enough into the book for it to really catch my interest, but by the end I was completely invested. 

Parents should be aware that it contains:
  • bullying
  • injuries
  • stealing
  • non-graphic killing
  • intense situations
  • mildly disturbing images of murder

The ending is good, but inconclusive so be prepared to go straight on to Ironhand (book 2).


More Stoneheart Trilogy Reviews:
  1. Stoneheart (Review)
  2. Ironhand (Review)
  3. Silvertongue


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