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Circles in the Stream (Avalon Web of Magic, Book 1) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-20 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 75 user ratings
ISBN:080720904X
LANGUAGE:English

" I read this series back when I was 11 or so, and I just remember really loving it. Except the original series was only 6 books by Shelly Roberts and the colors of the covers were very vibrant. " said.

""​En résumé, voilà un premier tome qui a réussi à me conquérir. Contrairement à beaucoup de séries qui visent les plus jeunes, celle-ci est vraiment intéressante et l'auteure ne prend pas ses lecteurs pour de gros bêtas. Elle explique avec des mots simples mais efficaces et surtout, elle a créé des personnages et une intrigue intéressants et prenants !"

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"The book series that fanned the flames of my writing & reading passion! Rachel Roberts' debut novel does an excellent job in utilizing creativity and presenting inspiring characters, and the message about finding the magic within yourself is so encouraging. The positive and relatable themes as a whole would make this series suitable for girls 12 and younger. After all, that IS the age the main characters begin this journey. I just wish this series wasn't so underrated! Even though it's been nearly 10 years since I first bought this at a scholastic book sale in my grade school's multi-purpose room, this book--and the rest of the series--will always have a special place in my heart." said.

"Bea, age 13, writes:
Meh -- This book wasn't my favorite.
Kara was SUPER annoying I had no sympathy for her, and I wished the black fire would get her the whole time, Adriane drove me crazy by constantly arguing with Kara, and I didn't like how they were constantly calling each-other names. And Phel, despite healing animals, didn't seem that helpful. If he's magic can't he escape the "muggle" warehouse or run from the hunters rather than sitting there and making the girls PICK HIM UP AND THROW HIM DOWN A HILL. Seriously, Phel.
Other than that the book was good, it didn't have sentence fragments that I was aware of and at least the characters had personalities! I liked the start with the magic cat, and the stuffed animals because I love stuffed animals and it made me like Emily more. (Emily is my favorite character.)
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" Reading this book is like eating ice cream. It's light yet delightful. It's tasty whenever and wherever you enjoy it. Before you realize it, you already finish it, and you're craving for more ^^~I personally love the illustrations in the book; they are adorable. This fantasy-adventure book is probably more fitting for girls rather than boys because the main characters are girls. " said.

" This was my first ever series that i read and kept. I have all 12 or 13. I have a rather large 'library' now and i love just looking at my lovely Avalon books. It was so amazing. Sadly book 4 got ruined by my little brother so now I'm looking for a new one. I just can't bring myself to throw the ruined one away though. This is such a heart warming, true friendship, and fantasy series. It is just so good, I would get called out in class and get in trouble for reading this. " said.

" 01-21I love Emily already, she has the life I've always imagined my own kids living: surrounded by animals everywhere you turn. She is very caring of them, especially the margay/ocelot type thing (Well, I'll let you know when I find out what it is and what attacked it).01-22 Less than 24 hours and I have finished the book. I love Ariel, the snowy owl that bonded with Emily. Storm is pretty cool too, and Ozzie even though technically he's not an animal is awesome. " said.

"When I was in the fifth or sixth grade, I remember reading this book. I picked it up in my schools book fair and really liked the cover. I also thought it had a lot of potential. When I read it, I remember liking it, but that is all. It isn't the most memorable book. I reread it recently just to refresh my memory (I read it in about three hours total) and I think it is a good story line, just not for people over the age of about eleven.

In all, it's a good book and I enjoyed it but it is definitely for younger readers.
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