City of Thirst

City of Thirst

Book - 2015
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Master Thief Fin from the Khaznot Quay and suburban schoolgirl Marrill from Arizona reunite on the magical waters of the Pirate Stream to seek a mysterious and legendary wish machine.
Publisher: New York ; Boston : Little, Brown and Company, c2015
ISBN: 9780316240840
0316240842
Branch Call Number: jFIC Ryan
Characteristics: 389 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Harris, Todd
Davis, John Parke

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lLoveAnimaIs
Jan 08, 2016

This is the saddest quote in the whole book and probably the biggest spoiler. So look away if you don't like spoilers.
"Who are you? How do you know my name?" she (Marrill) asked, bracing herself to strike.
The brightness of his eyes drained away, and his smile faltered. "I'm Fin... your friend?"

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lLoveAnimaIs
Jan 08, 2016

She let out a long breath. "I hope I don't regret this," she said, stepping carefully away from the creeping metal.
Fin laughed. "Oh, I'm sure you most certainly will at some point."

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lLoveAnimaIs
Jan 08, 2016

"Okay," Fin said. "Here goes everything."

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lLoveAnimaIs
Jan 08, 2016

"I don't remember you, but thank you."
Fin laughed. "If you remembered me, you'd be yelling at me for getting you into this in the first place,"

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lLoveAnimaIs
Jan 08, 2016

Where do I start? This book is just as amazing as the first. I can not wait till the next book comes out... when ever that is. Again this series captures me with its intricate plot that always leaves you more confused than before and the amazing imagination that went into creating the series. It creates new ideas kinda like the Harry Potter series and encourages you to imagine new things. I LOVE IT! SPOILER ALERT: I loved the fact that in the end Mariell still forgot who he was. It broke my heart at first but now I'm okay... I think *Sobs*. But it turns out alright. Only one thing they didn't clear up that annoyed me. Can all humans remember Fin? I mean I know Remy is a bit crazed about looking after them but I was kind of expecting her to forget him to. Oh well I guess I'll find out in the next book!!!!!! Yay!!!!!! P.s. This series Rocks!!!! And the Oracle is by far one f the scariest villains.

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FamKoens2
Apr 28, 2017

FamKoens2 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 15

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