All right so since nobody answered my other journal entry, I just do this since I'm bored (and yes, I know my English is terrible). Always feel free to comment
Soooo... Read this book called Pathfinder. No, wait, those two books: Pathfinder and Ruins (the second one). There's supposed to be a third one (Visitors) next year... Can't waiiiiiit !!! So yup, it's written by Orson Scott Card (and yes it's the one of Ender's Game that I haven't read... I will I guess...).
I should do a summary, right ? Allright… so… I guess (since I’m the sarcastically the best to do summaries) I should start with saying it’s about this guy called Rigg who has a secret: he can see what we call paths (paths, pathfinder… see the connexion?) which sort of where each living person passed… Am I using the best word for it? So I just said it was a secret. Nobody but his father with whom he lives in the woods, hunting animals so they can sell their furs, knows about it. Except that when his father dies, saying Rigg has to go find his sister with his mother. The boy didn’t even know he had a sister and a mother. So he goes back to the village where they went when they weren’t hunting, to find this girl called Nox. She, apparently, knows a lot of thinks (Nox, knows… sorry, just always laughing when I see her name. Did anyone read Proxy from Alex London? With Knox and Syd? Could do a journal entry for that one too) that his father hadn’t told him. Like the sister-mother thing, and the fact that he could see paths (not that he didn’t know but he didn’t know Nox knew), etc. So Nox tells him they (his mother and sister) live in Aressa Sessamo. So Rigg’s adventure starts there…
Yeah, so I just told you the first three chapters, though I just skipped the chapter two since it’s seriously complicated to explained, but one of the coolest thing in the book and that you can’t explain to someone else… So read it if you want to know what mysterious-not-that-much-mysterious-alright-it-just-isn’t-chapter-two is.
And what I thought of it. So this is for people who haven’t read the book: It was really amazing. Did any of you read The Mortal Instruments from Cassandra Clare? Or Percy Jackson (and all the other series with it: The Heroes of Olympus, The Kane Chronicles) from Rick Riordan? Or even The Hunger Games from Suzanne Collins? Have you? No wait, Graceling from Kristin Cashore? Or if you’ve read in French: La quête d’Ewilan (and all the Pierre Bottero books) or Terrienne (Jean-Claude Mourlevat)… No? Yes? If yes, let me tell you that I loved these books and I think Pathfinder was better than those. And I’m not kidding.
For those who DID read the books (and those who don’t mind to know all the spoilers and all): Can I tell you how much I love this group? Mostly Umbo? Seriously this guy is like… If I didn’t ship him with Param I would go in that world and steal him from there. Yeah, would find a starship and go there (without expendables ). And am I the only one who like sort of hated Param and Rigg for a time in Ruins? But Loaf and Olivenko… gahhhh, I loved how they just made peace and talked to Rigg and Umbo and Param, telling them how life is and all…
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So yeah... That was my first book-writing-thing. Sorry for it being that long... Thanks for reading it. Hope you liked it. Please comment And you always can send me notes if you want to talk about anything