Tales of Deltora (2020)

Tales of Deltora Emily Rodda Marc McBride Tales of Deltora Discover the stories behind the legends in a lavishly illustrated new addition to the hugely successful Deltora series Where did the mysterious Shadow Lord come from How did his seven ferocious Ak Bab
  • Title: Tales of Deltora
  • Author: Emily Rodda Marc McBride
  • ISBN: 9780439877855
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Hardcover
Tales of Deltora Emily Rodda Marc McBride Discover the stories behind the legends in a lavishly illustrated new addition to the hugely successful Deltora series.Where did the mysterious Shadow Lord come from How did his seven ferocious Ak Baba come to be The secrets are revealed at last Return to Deltora land of magic and monsters in a new special edition that finally reveals the truth about the battles anDiscover the stories behind the legends in a lavishly illustrated new addition to the hugely successful Deltora series.Where did the mysterious Shadow Lord come from How did his seven ferocious Ak Baba come to be The secrets are revealed at last Return to Deltora land of magic and monsters in a new special edition that finally reveals the truth about the battles and the bloodlines that forged a universe full of adventure.As an added bonus, this collection offers twenty stunningly lavish new color illustrations by Marc McBride.
Tales of Deltora Emily Rodda Marc McBride

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  1. Kat!e Larson

    Even though I already knew the history of Deltora from reading and rereading and rerereading the three Deltora series, this book was still enthralling and a brilliant read I became stressed during the Battle for Deltora, even though I knew full well how it ended I am madly in love with the beautiful world of Deltora, and I loved every moment of its history These stories show a rich culture and a well developed world My favorite part of this book was getting to know Adin, and seeing the similarit [...]

  2. Mimi

    After reading the adventures of our three friends in the three serieses, I thought I knew Deltora like the back of my hand But I thought little about its past and this book was both new and old for me I m glad I got to read it because Deltora Quest is such a wonderful set of books and it was a shame I finishthed them all without being able to experiance them freshly again Reading this book took me back to those times I glued my eyes to those books as Leif, Jasmine and Barda went their adventures [...]

  3. Kevin Giebens

    This book has a special place in my heart Why, you ask Well, this specific book introduced me to the beautiful Fantasy genre.I wasn t a reader, and books didn t really interest me Until I had to read a fantasy novel for school.I couldn t find anything interesting in the library which was like a labyrinth for me , so I went to the local book store There, this book caught my eye with its magical cover.I never heard or read anything of Deltora, but this book made me feel like I knew Deltora my whol [...]

  4. Jay

    I read this book a long time ago along with the entire Deltora Quest series, the Deltora Shadowlands series, and the Dragons of Deltora series It was a great companion to them and looking at it now brings back naught but the fondest of memories.

  5. Thomas

    Though I was never a big fan of either Deltora quest books or the Deltora door books I found this collection of stories very enticing and I my now start reading the Deltora quest books I like how the story develops from the vision of the future in a different land.

  6. Millenia

    No, not the best of books, but I was obsessed with this in elementary or middle school The production values are high I loved the illustrations.

  7. Skye

    I loved this collection of tales Not only were they fun and interesting to read on their own, but they built beautifully on the Deltora series 1, 2 and 3 The way in which the tales are broken up into short folklore stories means that this book is really easy to read After all, each short story has its own theme, message and journey But, read in one big hit, as a whole, and with the rest of the Deltora series in mind, the overarching message and story comes to light.Tales of Deltora brings Emily [...]

  8. Helena

    It was so awesome to go along with Adin s adventure of completing the Belt of Deltora It s amazing how Emily Rodda can come up with a new concept each time Adin needs to get a gem It s seriously so hard not to imagine the characters from the Deltora Quest into the Tales of Deltora A book worth reading

  9. Nicole

    This book catalogues the importance of remembering historical teachings to defeat those who would do evil, and reads like King Arthur s Quest Good stuff, though I didn t really like the illustrations.

  10. Sarah Eagle

    I liked this little collection of Tales I always feel a tiny bit cheated when I hear of an excellent story told within the book I m reading, but never get to hear it myself I feel like it gets reduced to a plot device when it could be a useful world building tool.This book alleviates a lot of that frustration, as I got to see within the Tales not just the stories sprinkled throughout the multiple Deltora series, but they provided little tidbits about the land and hints about conditions that led [...]

  11. DavidO

    This book not only tells the mythology of Deltora without being dull but the history that it tells is important the the Deltora books It really does fill in the gaps that existed if you just read the parts that told the main story And its two sequels

  12. Dayna Smith

    For fans of the Deltora Quest series, this book is a companion volume It contains stories and legends from the time before the Quest documented in the original eight installments If you liked the series, you will find this book entertaining.

  13. Harold Smithson (Suicide punishable by Death)

    Some decent stories if you read Deltora as a child Art is garish and flashy but otherwise unremarkable.

  14. Lu

    I really enjoyed reading the common place tales for the Deltora series Quite a few references now actually make sense The ending though was just like the main series and I found that intriguing.

  15. Robyn

    I enjoyed learning the history from Deltora and this was definitely another winner by one of my favourite authors.

  16. Felicity

    A great collection of stories from the magical land of Deltora they are than just that, however between the stories lies a hidden plotline

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