Siege at Blue Mountain: Book Five in the Elfquest Graphic Novel Series

Siege at Blue Mountain Book Five in the Elfquest Graphic Novel Series The Wolfriders have settled into their new Holt in the Forbidden Grove The tumult of the Quest is behind them and new life has come to the tribe All is peaceful until a Wolfrider child is kidnapped T

  • Title: Siege at Blue Mountain: Book Five in the Elfquest Graphic Novel Series
  • Author: Wendy Pini Richard Pini Delfin Barral
  • ISBN: 9780936861340
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Wolfriders have settled into their new Holt in the Forbidden Grove The tumult of the Quest is behind them, and new life has come to the tribe All is peaceful until a Wolfrider child is kidnapped The elves must once again confront Winnowill and her schemes but first they must get through the humans who worship the evil temptress

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    1. This book was a bit shorter on story (four issues), but made up for it in part with a lovely portrait gallery and a collection of B&W art that reminded me of why I first started reading the series. A lot of things go wrong in this part of the story, reminding us of the consequences of lies and deceit. A worthy successor to the original comics, I want to read the next volume. It deserves 4.5 stars because it is shorter, but I rounded up because the story was compelling.Don't start with this v [...]

    2. And here's where the fit hits the shan, as various characters make selfish decisions that are going to affect everyone around them: Rayek wants to use the Gliders' magic to amp up the palace of the High Ones, while Aroree plans to buy her freedom from Winnowill, who's hatching plots of her own.I've reread this a few times, and it's clear that Aroree is supposed to set the plot in motion by doing something that devastates others, but that she doesn't see as wrong, buying her own freedom at someon [...]

    3. Siege at Blue Mountain takes place shortly after the end of Quest's End. Once again, Wendy and Richard Pini do an admirable job of transporting the reader back to the world of the Elves. This time, the evil queen is back in the form of Winnowill. I enjoyed having Winnowill return, as she is a character that you love to hate. There is not one good thing about this malicious female elf, except for her looks. The only thing I was disappointed in was that this book was only four comics long, instead [...]

    4. The subject of soul names and recognition is an interesting concept. I like the way that the Pinis show it both ways: when it is a mutual, loving relationship, but also when it is the worst possible thing that could happen. The joining of the tribes through these relationships and the offspring that connect them are fascinating to read about. The atrocity of using the elf's soul name against her shows the extent that Winnowill is willing to go to obtain and keep power. Another great adventure!

    5. These are a series of graphic novels that I first read in my tweens and hold a special place in my childhood reading. I have since come back to them and re-read them several times, and for me, they continue to stand to the test of time. This series changed drastically in plot and voice after the eighth volume, and increasingly became more and more of the saccharine sweet fantasy fluff that I can't bear to read. The first eight volumes are literary treasures that I continue to cherish.

    6. I have a lot of books in my library that I read before I started my account. this is one of them. When I have time I will come back and write a thorough review. But for now, I've given it a rating based upon my memory and feelings about the book.

    7. Siege at Blue Mountain lacks the scope of the original quest, and takes the story in a darker direction. I don't remember as much of this story as I did the original, so it was almost like a completely new reading experience.

    8. Loved it!! The author now made a full book in black and white with the whole story of the Wolfriders and she is a great writer!! O love her books and how she describes the story.

    9. The memories are all too fresh -- too humiliating for the proud stargazer to recount. Instead, he breathes a name

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