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Emily Windsnap And The Castle In The Mist➶ [Read] ➲ Emily Windsnap And The Castle In The Mist By Liz Kessler ➾ – Varanus.us A fin tastic follow up to The Tail of Emily Windsnap and Emily Windsnap and the Monster from the Deep Ever since I discovered I was part mermaid, nothing in my life has been simple So when I spotted t A fin tastic follow up And The PDF ´ to The Tail of Emily Windsnap and Emily Windsnap and the Monster from the Deep Ever since I discovered I was part mermaid, nothing in my life has been simple So when I spotted the gigantic diamond ring on the seabed, I should have turned on my tail and swum away I most definitely shouldn t have put it on But how was I supposed to Emily Windsnap ePUB ¹ know that the ring was one half of the key to unlocking an ancient curse a curse put in place by Neptune himself And now Neptune has put a curse on me, too in a few days, I ll no longer be half human and half mermaid, and I ll have to say good bye forever to one of my parents Unless, with the help of a mysterious boy named Aaron, I Windsnap And The Epub Ü can find the missing ring and break all of the curses at once.

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  1. says:

    5 5 stars of course and so far my favorite in the series When these two rings connect, every action that was a product of anger or hate will cease to exist And they will be worn only by a man from the sea and a woman from the earth, or the child that will exist from such a couple And they will forever symbolize true love and its power against every bad thing There are reasons this book is my favorite in the series, although I love it as a whole Unlike the others that have the occasional lau 5 5 stars of course and so far my favorite in the series When these two rings connect, every action that was a product of anger or hate will cease to exist And they will be worn only by a man from the sea and a woman from the earth, or the child that will exist from such a couple And they will forever symbolize true love and its power against every bad thing There are reasons this book is my favorite in the series, although I love it as a whole Unlike the others that have the occasional laugh or the lighting of the atmosphere, this one is purely made of action, worries and Emily s doubts that are deeper than the ocean itself It focuses on a mysteriously beautiful diamond ring Emily finds one day close to her ship, and realizes she can t take it off her finger Poseidon, the king of the seas gets furious with Emily s finding and exiles her to a place far, far away, while at the same time throwing her a curse.Emily s relationship with her parents is explained She worries she ll lose one of them especially her dad again Or that they don t love her She worries she is not worthy of themthan the normal teenagers, and that mostly has to do with the things she went through In this book, we saw how much of a strong girl Emily is in fact Despite the young of her age, she was willing to gamble and play everything if there was at least one chance to save the people she loved, even if the waves took her life.Another character I came to adore evenwhen I first read this book was of course Millie Yes, she used to be a comic relief in the first book, but she became better and better, and I absolutely loved how protective and motherly she was in this one Shona was also amazing, strong and loyal and always optimistic, despite the fact that Emily is always followed by a cloud In this book, Emily also met her soulmate The writing and plot made me cry at least every minute, especially at the end I sobbed and let the story keep me in its folds, and I also smiled and my heart warmed up by the beautiful ending and the promise that something good is about to happen, even if nothing seems like it I forgive you, he shouted at the moon, the sky But she was gone I forgive you, he said, and his voice softened into a whisper Poseidon in this book was a little less of an asshole I was happy to remember he had a very sensitive side and lots of open wounds that justified his harsh actions.I don t know what else to say, since you guys probably are bored to hear how much I love this series So I ll only say Please Read It I know it seems childish But it is so much deeper than someone can understand, so beautifully crafted and so refreshing, like the cool water of the sea Until my next review, see you soon, my beautiful readers Keep fighting for what s right Keep caring for your loved ones And never, ever give up, please MaryP.S EMILY AND AARON MY BABIES ASDFGHKL rolls away


  2. says:

    I enjoyed thisthan the second book but not as much as the first Especially the last few chapters were really good.


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the third book in the Emily Windsnap series, a half human half mermaid teenager trying to find her way in life The wonderful descriptions of the undersea world were back in this book, including a new habitat of the Castle above land that was vividly brought to life In this book Emily stumbles across a ring while looking for jewels for King Neptune and accessories to be beautiful for his visit When she puts it on it is a magical ring that she can not remove, she can feel it has a purpo This is the third book in the Emily Windsnap series, a half human half mermaid teenager trying to find her way in life The wonderful descriptions of the undersea world were back in this book, including a new habitat of the Castle above land that was vividly brought to life In this book Emily stumbles across a ring while looking for jewels for King Neptune and accessories to be beautiful for his visit When she puts it on it is a magical ring that she can not remove, she can feel it has a purpose and drags her into the adventure This book was a bit heavier in the magic side of mermaids Neptune puts a curse on her which will eliminate one of her sides, mermaid or human, by the full moon While Millie has always been a fortune teller type person, Emily has often written her off as a quack where in this book she was heavily involved and using Tarot cards and Ouija type situations which bother me personally It does make the series one I can t recommend in good conscious to my cousins which are the only kids I really associate with Overall, the adventure was fun, the descriptions were vivid, and she meets a boy who is half and half too so we all know what is coming in the next book right but the increasing amount of fortune telling tarot cards Ouija etc was disappointing


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    Emily Windsnap is half mermaid half ordinary girl She loves going to mermaid school and being with her best friend Shona One day everything changes when she finds a magical ring buried in the sand One Emily put it on, it won t come off Then Emily sends Neptune into rage and he curses her and sends her boat across the ocean to an un none place When the boat settles down she sees a castle buried in mist Emily and Shona go out to the castle but the closer they get the father away the castle Emily Windsnap is half mermaid half ordinary girl She loves going to mermaid school and being with her best friend Shona One day everything changes when she finds a magical ring buried in the sand One Emily put it on, it won t come off Then Emily sends Neptune into rage and he curses her and sends her boat across the ocean to an un none place When the boat settles down she sees a castle buried in mist Emily and Shona go out to the castle but the closer they get the father away the castle is Emily finds a cave and goes through it and finds herself in the castle The castle gives her the creeps until she finds a boy named Aaron and they find a way to break the curse finding the other ring , but times running out and she has to bring the rings together before midnight comes Dose she make it and break the curse Read to find out The theme of the book is mystery and adventure I believe that because they have to figure out the antidote to the curse and the are lots of problems they account To me the book is really engaging and i was hooked to the book so much it was hard for me to put the book down I think the book is very creative with curses and adventure and personality My rating for sixth grade students is a 3 out of 4


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    Okay, I actually enjoyed this one so muchthan the last one Emily acted a lotmature in this one, though there were moments when you were reminded how young she is, but the moments were fitting for the situations.I really loved the characters who were introduced in this one totally ship some people, haha , Aaron is amazing and I loved the relationship between Aurora and Neptune Honestly, I almost cried throughout the entire last chapter I was grinning like an idiot, and I m prett Okay, I actually enjoyed this one so muchthan the last one Emily acted a lotmature in this one, though there were moments when you were reminded how young she is, but the moments were fitting for the situations.I really loved the characters who were introduced in this one totally ship some people, haha , Aaron is amazing and I loved the relationship between Aurora and Neptune Honestly, I almost cried throughout the entire last chapter I was grinning like an idiot, and I m pretty sure there was flailing at one point Needless to say, I really like when Neptune isn t a big jerk, haha I m really excited to see what trouble Emily gets herself into in the next book


  6. says:

    Emily Windsnap The girl who somehow manages to get into the biggest trouble without even knowing it or meaning to story of her life.


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    StorylineEmily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mistis the third book in the Emily Windsnap series One morning, Emily and her class find out in school that Neptune, the mer king, is coming to the school, and they must search for as many jewels and feathers that they can to decorate themselves for Neptune s arrival Emily and Shona, her best friend in the world, set off to find some jewels But while Emily is there, she found a ring, a ring with a big diamond on top But what she didn t realis StorylineEmily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mistis the third book in the Emily Windsnap series One morning, Emily and her class find out in school that Neptune, the mer king, is coming to the school, and they must search for as many jewels and feathers that they can to decorate themselves for Neptune s arrival Emily and Shona, her best friend in the world, set off to find some jewels But while Emily is there, she found a ring, a ring with a big diamond on top But what she didn t realise is that such a beautiful ring can cause a lot of trouble CommentThis is the third book in the Emily Windsnap series, and I loved it It is gripping, heart racing and exciting What is going to happen next Where are they going to go Because these questions keep racing through your mind, you find yourself reading page after page and you are whizzing through it This is a definite good read RatingI have rated this book four stars, because of how gripping and exciting it is It has beautiful descriptions, so that you can then picture yourself in the scenery, watching everything happening I can see that the author, Liz Kessler, put all of her heart and work into the book, which I appreciate very much Age GroupI think that this book would be good for pre teens, or maybe 10 I think that the book is very good, but it has some complicated words and descriptions inside, so I think that it is better for the higher age group My Favourite CharacterI have been trying to think which one out of the two I like best Emily Windsnap or Shona Silkfin They are both kind, fun, adventurous but I do think that I prefer Shona Sheisfun, but she is also very careful and aware of what she s doing, where as Emily does what she wants and finds herself in trouble I think I love both of them evenly, though Suggestion to the AuthorAll I can say to the author is to keep up the terrific work I think that because I love this series so much, I might just consider buying some of her other books Keep up the good workFaye xx


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    My problem with these books is that everything happens very fast in a small amount of pages so it tends to feel rushed, there isn t much character development, and I personally don t get as attached to the characters as I d like to, and Emily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mist was no exception to this While I liked the second book in the series a lot, this one didn t particularly stand out for me since it was so similar to the first book in how the plot unfolded which could ve been intentiona My problem with these books is that everything happens very fast in a small amount of pages so it tends to feel rushed, there isn t much character development, and I personally don t get as attached to the characters as I d like to, and Emily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mist was no exception to this While I liked the second book in the series a lot, this one didn t particularly stand out for me since it was so similar to the first book in how the plot unfolded which could ve been intentional but would the target audience really notice Emily inevitably kicks off the plot by doing something illegal in her worldEmily decides she doesn t need any help from older charactersEmily meets a new character who becomes a permanent fixture laterEmily pulls off a miracleNeptune forgives Emily s transgressions because brings out his humanity bad choice of words, I know Everyone lives happily ever after This dynamic isn t limited to the plot as the characters are also rather static with Emily and Shona going off on their own without even notifying Millie, who obviously ends up worried sick when she can t find them can you tell I m a bit miffed at this behaviour Because I am I felt like Aaron s introduction was a breath of fresh air because he was an entirely new character, but he ultimately left no lasting impression on me just like the romance aspect actually The book did have one redeeming quality however it really showed how this new life impacted Emily s family after their honeymoon phase in the second book Emily s parents are virtually stranger after 12 years apart and this is finally felt, while Emily prefers spending her time in the sea, where her mother can t follow understandably this is hard on her, and I wish there was a section devoted to how Emily s parents coped with her latest adventure because that gap weakened the ending.All in all, I found the book rather bland While I would recommend it to its target audience, I don t think it would hold the interest of older readers because of its incredible similarity to The Tail of Emily Windsnap


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    Yes, I did give this book five stars and you know why 20% for the plot, 80% for AARONI freaking loved Aaron so much and when he and Emily kissed I think my seven year old self screamed no joke, and now when I realize they were like twelve I don t know whether to laugh or feel discouraged but you knowI remember liking the plot for this too something about an eclipse or some planetary thing, right And then she met Aaron in the castle Idk lol but I remember loving this book


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    The is such a creative plot for the continuation With such lovable new characters and a fascinating story, it s so lovable A curse Genius It s like this author s imagination never stops This changes the series in such a good way, and I can t help but say I highly recommend you continue this series You ll love it eventhan the second book, and smile at many parts A great book no matter what kind of books you love or your thoughts on the books before this

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