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This book is fantastic but it takes a little time before the magic has fully kicked in I read this book out of order, so I can t comment on how it fits in the seriesso it s evenimpressive how much I enjoyed it.Cons The beginning often feels cliched and heavy handed, and you don t really know what kind of story it s going to be for a while Characters seem super one dimension All these problems are resolved quickly YES Pros Fascinating portrayal of Basque landia, great scenes tha This book is fantastic but it takes a little time before the magic has fully kicked in I read this book out of order, so I can t comment on how it fits in the seriesso it s evenimpressive how much I enjoyed it.Cons The beginning often feels cliched and heavy handed, and you don t really know what kind of story it s going to be for a while Characters seem super one dimension All these prob After Visiting His Family In England, Felix Is On His Way Back To Spain When He S Shipwrecked Off The Coast Of France He Is Taken In By Monks To Recover From His Ordeal But It Soon Becomes Clear To Him That He Is Actually Being Held Prisoner Felix Encounters An Injured Boy, Juan, On The Grounds Of The Monastery And Saves Him From Death The Two Boys Escape And Continue On To Spain Together But A Gang Is Pursuing Juan, And The Journey Is Dangerous Than They Imagined. Aiken is such an unusual author, mixing realism with supernatural in a way that is never silly, though it may as in some of her Dido books be difficult to disentangle rather like Juan s poetry, which Felix struggles to understand like a story I read this book not knowing it was part of a series, but I felt it stood well on its own It was a little slow and confusing at the start, but by the end of the first chapter, the characters had taken on life and drew me in to their story Although I Aiken is such an unusual author, mixing realism with supernatural in a way that is never silly, though it may as in some What a charming, exciting, imaginative book I read book 1 in this series last year and enjoyed it very much, but this one is possibly better Joan Aiken blends history and the supernatural in this tale of a boy s travels through Even faster paced than the first novel in the trilogy, Saddle the Sea, and just as well written I liked this one evenEven fewer slow parts Same type of story high adventure and action and good, decent morals Looking forward to the final novel in the series, Teeth of the Gale Again, ages 8 and above. Liked the first book only slightly better than this one another great adventure and so many endearing characters Can t wait for book three, and can t believe this series doesn t getpublicity The entire Felix Brooke 2 If you re a militant atheist, you might be annoyed at the religious stuff a fair bitthan in Go Saddle the Sea but, other than that, if you liked Saddle , you ll like this Felix decides to go back to his Spanish family and has adventures in Basque country in the course o I read this series out of order this is the second one, and, I think, my favorite Great adventure, fabulous plot twists, and an ending that completely took me by surprise and made me want to read it again on the spot. Another eventful road movie novel, with some suspenseful moments and a blindingly obvious final twist But Aiken s writing style is always interesting. Different to the first in the series this one is focussed on the supernatural Interesting interactions between the protaganist and his fellow traveller.