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Saturdays at Sea (Tuesdays at the Castle) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 49 user ratings
ISBN:1681196069
LANGUAGE:English

"Celie and most of her family have traveled to visit the home of Lilah's fiancé, and while they are there, they finish constructing the ship of which they found the pieces in the castle. But when the ship takes control on their maiden voyage, they are left at its mercy, and they are headed straight to the most dangerous place in the sea. But just like the castle, the ship has a plan, and knows things that Celie and her family do not.

Another fun addition to the story. I love watching Celie grow up, and seeing her relationships with those around her change, as she goes from being a young girl, to a young woman. I am hoping there is going to be one more in the series, to finish off the story.
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"I liked this series so much. I don't want this to be the last book! (view spoiler)" said.

"Not a bad installment, but not as good as some of the previous books. It spent a lot of time on their welcome and all the royal obligations and distinctions for the betrothal announcement, which I didn't mind, but I think it would lose readers like Pete and T. Before I felt the series could have appeal for boys, but this one felt more girlish.

When the "action" started (with the Ship), I thought the port village , the Well, the Found, were all intriguing plot elements, but I wish there was more elaboration on the Found and their culture, more about the griffin riders... maybe some more about the Arkish/lost villagers. It could have used just more conflict/action, in general. It all happened and resolved rather quickly. I also thought the Queen acted quite out of character for a queen, in a childish way, throughout the book, and it didn't sit well. I did like the development of a possible Celie and Pogue relationship and she was definitely less whiny than she was in the last book. The unicorn storyline wrapped up "nicely", maybe a little too conveniently, but a nice, happy ending.
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"I am so sad to see this series end! I think I will always hold on to some small hope that one more will be written. I love this series and these characters. I was somewhat apprehensive at the thought of having the last book written away from the Castle, but as the story progressed it didn't take away from my enjoyment to have it set mainly on the Ship. Saturdays at Sea is one of my favorites in this series. I loved all the little interactions between Celie and Pogue in this book. Maybe there could be more for them in the future years? (But that could be because Celie and Pogue along with Rolf are my favorite characters... and I secretly want Pogue Parry to be forever and permanently part of the Glower family.) I also enjoyed getting to meet Lulath's parents, and all the new faces and places, alongside the family. I laughed out loud several times while reading this book, and raced through the pages on the edge of my seat to find out what happened next. My only complaint is that the ending felt a little too rushed. I wasn't ready to let these character go yet. It didn't feel like we got a proper send off for them. It was a rather sudden stop from all the action. I would have liked to have seen a bit of aftermath and settling from their recent adventures. Ah well, there's always that small, persistent hope for another book, right? ;)" said.

" This was a fun ending to the Castle Glower series and I really have enjoyed reading these books right after my 11 and 9 year olds read them. For whatever reason, I did not find this book quite as exciting as the earlier three, but I still liked it. I am now reading the first book to my 7 and 5 year old daughters and they seem to be loving it as much as the rest of us. " said.

" http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2017/02...The latest book in the Tuesdays with the Castle series is also apparently the LAST, which I am hugely bummed about, because this series is SO CUTE. It is full of adorable griffins and puppies--and in this one, a magical ship AND a quest for unicorns. I really feel like this series could have gone on a little longer--or at least, I would have been eager to read more magical adventures. A-. " said.

"A wonderful ending to the fantastic Castle Glower Series! This is definitely one of my most favorite in the series. All of my favorite characters were in it, with plenty of screen time for them all. The Griffins were fierce and majestic, and just tons of fun. I'm so happy Rolf finally has his griffin, and loved seeing how all the others have grown.

There are plenty of new characters that are all amazing, as well as an army of dogs and a monkey. I loved Orlath and Kalys. And I would absolutely love to see when the Castle decides to lock Rolf in the throne room with her!

The story was amazing, and wrapped up the series nicely. It does leave some room for future books, and I would be happy to read more. But overall I am happy with the ending, and am so very glad to have read these books.
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" I still love this series, such a great adventure book with a princess who isn't too princessy.I truly hope Jessica Day George can find it in her heart to give us two more. And even then, I will hope the series could go on. " said.

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