Deltora Quest

Deltora Quest

Emily Rodda / Jun 25, 2019

Deltora Quest For the first time the eight books of the internationally bestselling fantasy series are brought together in one action packed volume For centuries the evil Shadow Lord has been plotting to invade D

  • Title: Deltora Quest
  • Author: Emily Rodda
  • ISBN: 9780545056496
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For the first time, the eight books of the internationally bestselling fantasy series are brought together in one action packed volume For centuries, the evil Shadow Lord has been plotting to invade Deltora and enslave its people All that stands in his way is the magic Belt of Deltora with its seven gems of great and mysterious power Now, Leif, Barda, and Jasmine must unFor the first time, the eight books of the internationally bestselling fantasy series are brought together in one action packed volume For centuries, the evil Shadow Lord has been plotting to invade Deltora and enslave its people All that stands in his way is the magic Belt of Deltora with its seven gems of great and mysterious power Now, Leif, Barda, and Jasmine must unite to find the seven gems and save Deltora from an eternity of darkness.For the first time, all eight books of this epic series are presented in a single deluxe hardcover volume.

    Deltora Quest series The Deltora Quest series is the collective title for three distinct series of children s fantasy books, written by Australian author Emily Rodda.It follows the adventures of three companions as they journey across the fictitious land of Deltora, endeavoring to recover the seven gems stolen from the magical Belt of Deltora and defeat allies of the evil Shadow Lord. Deltora Quest The Complete Series Emily Rodda Oct , Deltora Quest The Complete Series Emily Rodda on FREE shipping on qualifying offers For the first time, the eight books of the internationally bestselling fantasy series are brought together in one action packed volume For centuries The Forests of Silence Deltora Quest Emily Rodda May , The Forests of Silence Deltora Quest Emily Rodda on FREE shipping on qualifying offers The international bestselling series returns for a new generation with a fresh look and bonus content from the legends of Deltora.The evil Shadow Lord is plotting to invade the land of Deltora and enslave its people All that stands against him is the magic Belt of Deltora with its seven Welcome Emily Rodda Welcome to the official website of Emily Rodda Emily Rodda is an Australian children s book author, best known for the Deltora Quest, Rowan of Rin and Rondo series. Deltora Quest , Deltora Quest Series by Emily Rodda Deltora Quest series tells the story of three companions Leif, Barda and Jasmine who are on a perilous quest to find the seven lost gems of the Belt of Deltora Only when the belt is complete will the evil Shadow Lord and his rule of tyranny be overcome This best selling series of eight books is set in the fantasy world of Deltora, a sprawling kingdom of magic and monsters, bordered by Deltora Quest Deltora Quest also known as Deltora Shadowlands is a series of children s fantasy books, written by Australian author Emily Rodda.It follows the adventures of three companions as they journey outside the magical land of Deltora to rescue the many prisoners held captive by the evil Shadow Lord. Deltora Quest Quiz Books By fedski Sporcle Nov , You re not logged in Compare scores with friends on all Sporcle quizzes. IGRICE BESPLATNE IGRE ZA DECU OD DO GODINE FREE Igrice Igre za decu od do godine, Besplatne decije igrice, Free games for kids NDS ROMS Top Rated Danshaku Japan Most Votes Dragon Disney Two Pack Frozen Olafs Quest Big Hero Battle in the Bay

    • ↠ Deltora Quest || ☆ PDF Read by Æ Emily Rodda
      466 Emily Rodda
    • thumbnail Title: ↠ Deltora Quest || ☆ PDF Read by Æ Emily Rodda
      Posted by:Emily Rodda
      Published :2018-09-04T09:08:16+00:00

    About "Emily Rodda"

      • Emily Rodda

        Emily Rodda real name Jennifer Rowe was born in Sydney, Australia and graduated from the University of Sydney in 1973 with an MA Hons in English Literature Moving into a publishing career, first as a book editor, and finally as a publisher at Angus Robertson, Rodda s first book was published in 1984.


    797 Comments

    1. I read these with my kids, and they later read them on their own (at least twice). It's a great fantasy series, gripping and imaginative, with lovable characters - a boy, a girl, and a man - who risk their lives to do what's right. Rodda is one of the best writers of fantasy adventure for young readers. There are few books I've seen my kids so enthralled by (and I liked them, too, though I'm not a big fantasy fan). Start with this series; the books are shorter and simpler than either Rowan of Ri [...]


    2. Okay, yes, this is a book for ages 8-14. I actually bought this book for my little sisters some time ago. To this day, my sisters are still raving on about how good the book is. Its been a couple of years now, so I decided I had to give it a whirl.The book is 8 short fantasy stories about a heroic trio - a blacksmith's son, a wild and brash forest girl and a palace guard - trying to save the land of Deltora from the evil Shadow Lord. Its a fantastic book for kids. Firstly, it doesn't have any wi [...]


    3. All of my reviews are spoiler free (unless stated otherwise) so you can go ahead and read my review!Not many people have heard of this incredible series because Emily Rodda is an Australian children’s author, but oh my goodness, this series has to get out there because it’s that good. I re-read this series almost every year and each time, I can’t believe the amount of world building, plot development and character development has gone into it. Yes, this is a children’s series, but it’s [...]


    4. This series that I have read as a kid, and reread again brings back many memories of my childhood. This book was among my favorite fantasy books just because of the creativity and magical world of Deltora. The characters are lovably and you really become attached to them. The best part of this 8 book series, is really all about the imaginative creatures, environment, and people are just amazing. I really liked how there were many conflicts going on at the same time, but it wasn't chaotic and eve [...]


    5. میدونم که نسبت به سایر اثار در ژانر خودش ممکنه کمی سطح پایین و شاید حتی بچگانه باشهولی نثر بسیااار روان . گیرا و جذابی داره که باعث شده تا حالا چهار بار بخونمش!!یه فانتری لذت بخش و خاطره انگیز :)))


    6. I give this book five stars but I reveiwed each on induvidually below. 1. Forests of Silence - 3.5 - I didnt find that the characters were well developed and the book is only 90 pages and 55 of them are on introduction. When the story began it was really good. 2. Lake of Tears - 4.2 - This story started of strong when the were captured by Jin and Jod. I also liked all the Ralads. The battle at the end of the book was not really against the gaurdian of the stone; Soldeen but against Theagan. Good [...]


    7. Emily Rodda's Deltora Quest series will always hold a special place in my heart, for igniting my passion for reading and the Fantasy genre.The eight books follow Leif, Barda and Jasmine (along with Filli and Kree), as they journey to the most feared places of Deltora (e.g. The City of the Rats etc.) to retrieve the lost gems of the Belt of Deltora, the only force strong enough to drive the Shadow Lord out of Deltora and back to the Shadowlands.The eighth book, Return to Del was essentially about [...]


    8. Emily Rodda, my favourite author while growing up, has created a world filled with monsters and magic worth reading no matter your ageI read this when I was younger, as they were published. Nothing compared to it at the time. To this day it is my most treasured fantasy series, followed by Eragon and The Potion Master.Her riddles, magic, gripping story line and amazing characters always made the books impossible to put down. Every chapter had a cliffhanger, the final chapter no exception. I loved [...]


    9. Deltora Quest was one of those books that people sneered at while I read them. But I shit you not, they were one of the best series I've ever read- and after I read them Harry Potter, I will read these to my children. And the illustrations on all the covers are just amazingly detailed. Holy crap.


    10. My childhood, simply put. I adored this series, and have fond memories of my father returning every week or so with a new book from the series; I loved finding out what gem was on the side of the new book, and all the plot twists and mind puzzles that the books were filled with. There are many similar elements in other fantasy creations, but I think Deltora Quest was the best at it; the characters were better, the twists more exciting, and the monsters and creatures really creative and inspiring [...]


    11. I am absolutely obsessed with this book series, I read them all when I was just six. This series has good elements, including, but not limited to, well written and relatable characters, an exciting and quick paced plot, remarkable riddles, and funny happenstances. I thoroughly enjoy this book series every time I read it, and it is without a doubt my favorite book. I highly recommend it.


    12. These books are a fun, exciting adventure that I never get tired of. I've read them at least ten times and loved them every time.


    13. The first Deltora Quest series is one of my formatives—the books I read as a child that shaped my reading tastes. I remember hunting through the children's section at libraries across the district, searching for the more elusive chapters in the series. Dread Mountain is the first one I read and the one I still love the best. The Maze of the Beast is more unfamiliar because it was hardest to hunt down. The Forests of Silence, The Lake of Tears and City of the Rats were likewise difficult to fin [...]


    14. This is good stuff! I remember reading these books as a child (mostly because my best friend adored them) and being scared to death by the vivid monster descriptions. Still a fan!


    15. The books are easily simple enough for children as young as seven, but not sophisticated nor complex enough to be captivating for older readers (10/11 +). They are enjoyable, and the storylines could be made into something truly exciting and intriguing, but the format, which is limiting, and the emotional sparseness of the narrative, hamper the books. There is also far too little character development. And the series lacks subtlety when it is needed most, stating the obvious, and then becoming v [...]


    16. The story had relentless pace which kept you wanting to read chapter after chapter. Leif, Barda & Jasmine come together in an arduous and dangerous journey in their search for the stolen Deltora Gem stones. Success will allow them to rid their land of the evil Shadow Lord and his oppressive rule. There are plenty of riddles, hideous guardians and allies to meet on this quest.Thanks Josiah for your recommendation. I had a lot of fun reading this book!!!Now for my own quest. A new story to rea [...]


    17. Emily Rodda knows how to capture the mind of a young person. This series, being on the top few of fantasy series that I've read, is of a great adventure of a boy (Leif) who journeys through the land to save his kingdom. He is companioned with another man and meets many people along the way. There are many great and interesting secrets within these books and in the overall series.If you like magic, adventure, trials, and kingdoms, than this is a great book for you.


    18. I thought that the book was great i was able to finish the book in under a month even thought it is so long. The book had all the features to a good book that i like witch is adventure and action. The book follows Leif Barda and jasmine who travel through the land of deltora in witch they need to get back the seven gems witch are scatted across the land. the book is a good easy read to have if you need something to read.




    19. I read this book, like many others, when I was in primary school. As I child, I ended up somehow losing the hardcover collection of the first eight books, so I was seriously excited when my local bookstore had all three hardcover compendiums on my last visit! I had reservations about the language, as the series is obviously directed toward much younger readers, however I was a little surprised to find style of writing a tad more mature than I remembered. I adored the character development of Lei [...]


    20. Look, I first read Deltora Quest many moons ago. I've held it dearly in my heart for all the years since, and as I expected, upon re-reading it as an adult, I only hold it dearer. One of the reasons why I still enjoy middle-grade novels as a Not-Middle-Grader, is the lack of a need for, nor attempt at, literary perfection. They're just enjoyable. The plot of Deltora Quest moves at a pace that I can only describe as wonderful. The eight novels themselves are short, they go through the rhythms of [...]


    21. In the novel Deltora Quest, a boy named Jarred who is the king’s son’s best friend. He was raised in the castle, his mom was a maid. When he was born his mother died. He and the king’s son Endon grew up together. They live in the Land of Deltora which is in between mountain. Outside the mountains are the shadowlands in which the Shadow Lord thrives. He doesn’t strike Deltora because of The Belt of Deltora. It has seven gems: the Topaz, the diamond, the Lapis Lazuli, the Opal, the Emerald [...]


    22. This is one middle grade series that I wish I had read as a kid because it was simply amazing. The first book started off a little slow in comparison to the others, but each book just kept getting better. There was so much world building, character development and plot development. The amount of plot twists was just crazy and the ending was perfect. This series was such a fun adventure and I loved how there were puzzles woven into the plot for the reader to work out along with the characters. In [...]


    23. I read this series as a kid and I am 23 now and recently decided to revisit these stories. They. Are. Amazing. Literally everyone should read them no matter what age. They are clearly written for a younger audience but they are still incredibly intelligent. Definitely up there with Harry Potter, like literally almost better than Harry Potter but I'll never admit to that.


    24. Ya hace muchos años que me los leí pero guardo muy gratos recuerdos de ellos.Creo que si en aquel entonces no tenia arraigada la costumbre de leer, estos libros lo consiguieron. Recuerdo su historia con mucho cariño y las aventuras de cada libro como algo único. Si no fuera por que creo que ahora los vería con otros ojos me los volvería a leer sin dudarlo.


    25. Great book in the elementary school age range (3 to 5th grade). The plot contained lots of puzzles and twists and turns which I remember to this day. Fantasy series revolving around gemstones; great characters, including many strong females.


    26. One of the best children books I've ever read. I'm 27 now,But still, wherever I see this book, my attention is drawn and I want to read it again. It was my first fantasy novel and it motivated me to keep reading books.


    27. Very good book (quite lengthy because of the fact that this book is made up of 8 smaller books). A Fantasy book focusing on a quest storyline, where the main characters have to go on a quest to retrieve gems to complete the magical 'belt of deltora' which is the McGuffin of the story.


    28. I loved this book. It's officially my favorite. My younger brother has trouble reading so I read it to him and he loved it. The characters were well written and the plot twists are amazing. I even know some adults who love this book. I totally recommend it. Emily Rodda's books are the best!


    Leave a Reply