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Ice Road By Joan Lennon,

  • Title: Ice Road
  • Author: Joan Lennon
  • ISBN: 9781933605975
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s the harshest winter anyone can remember, and the vast waterways of the Fens are frozen solid, transformed into an Ice Road The conditions are ideal for a surprise invasion by young King Arnald s banished uncle Wickit Monastery is under threat too a bitter illness has struck down almost all the brothers, and a ghost walks across the snow Can the orphan Pip and PerfeIt s the harshest winter anyone can remember, and the vast waterways of the Fens are frozen solid, transformed into an Ice Road The conditions are ideal for a surprise invasion by young King Arnald s banished uncle Wickit Monastery is under threat too a bitter illness has struck down almost all the brothers, and a ghost walks across the snow Can the orphan Pip and Perfect, the stone gargoyle, save the Brothers, their friend the King, and their country
    Ice Road It s the harshest winter anyone can remember and the vast waterways of the Fens are frozen solid transformed into an Ice Road The conditions are ideal for a surprise invasion by young King Arnald s

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    1. Expirencing one of the harshest winters wicket has ever seen, the water ways have become frozen Making it easy for Lord Randolf to set an army base right on the water to set up a surprise attack on King Arnold and his notorious army The book, The Wicket Chronicles, Ice Road, is a very entertaining book none the less, but has some faults that could be fixed with an editing The good stuff is worth writing about this book is awesome at grabbing u right when you re going to put the book down for exa [...]

    2. This is another good installment in the series It s interesting to see how much the seasons affect the area, from illness to available food to transportation As always, there s some danger, plenty of adventure, true friendships Perfect is adorable and does what she has to to help Pip I will say that you really do need to read this series in order, because characters from the first book show up in this one and the reader is expected to understand the relationships, like why an orphan peasant can [...]

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