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Hexult Hexult is a gripping adventure story for all ages set in a future ice age where science is powerful than magic against pirates and a fraudulent wizard When the seas rose and the Earth froze much kno

  • Title: Hexult
  • Author: Perry Aylen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hexult is a gripping adventure story for all ages, set in a future ice age, where science is powerful than magic against pirates and a fraudulent wizard.When the seas rose and the Earth froze much knowledge was lost.And in this world of ice a little knowledge goes a long way.Life on Hexult is about to change, with the arrival of the new young wizards and their strongHexult is a gripping adventure story for all ages, set in a future ice age, where science is powerful than magic against pirates and a fraudulent wizard.When the seas rose and the Earth froze much knowledge was lost.And in this world of ice a little knowledge goes a long way.Life on Hexult is about to change, with the arrival of the new young wizards and their strong magic the new magic they call science.Sail with Aulf across the ice, through the frozen breath of the deadly Vajra crevasse and between the quarreling isles of Hexult It has a real childlike innocence and sense of wonder about it that make it a great adventure book Sift Book Reviews It has that sprinkle of fairytale charm that we find so little of lately L.E.Olteano You might have to get two, like I did one copy for you, one for the kids Denna Holm Chapters are short, ideal, I think for children s fiction I can imagine classes in school using an adventure story like this fleursdemontblanc There is so much for young readers to wonder about and I can see how easily a book like this could be used to motivate pupils to produce their own work There s a good balance between dialogue and narrative, and your descriptions of the sailing craft and ice world are excellent fleursdemontblanc pacey stuff felt very filmic EthanQuick Your characters were warm and your world cold and beautiful EthanQuick The setting is original and fascinating, yet within the compass of the imagination of a ten year old Ophelia9 You have a fascinating story here, full of imagination and your prose is so accessible and direct, perfect for your target audience Carlash Straight away the simplicity of science was mistaken for magic and gives a taste of what s to come mariecapri The way all the important information is woven, so expertly, into the narrative is seamless Elsieraven I think one of the main reasons I enjoyed reading this, apart from the obvious quality of the writing, is that it felt new and fresh Elsieraven You have created a fascinating world and your characters are all very strong with believable dialogue Your descriptions of settings are beautiful and I am transported into your wonderful imaginary world Betty K An original premise, good character development, and lots of action make this a truly enjoyable read MadameDiotte

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    1. Miles Allen on said:

      I've done some digging and this is the first book of a new UK author. Well hats off to the guy. This is a highly original piece. Set in a future ice-age where technology is thrown back so that even a compass is considered magic, the adventure unfolds around a group of youngsters who bring 'magic' to the isolated islands of Hexult that are seperated by vast sheets of ice. Trouble ensues for them as those with power vie to gain the advantage that the group can provide, and are willing to undertake [...]

    2. Denna on said:

      In the land of Hexult, Aulf delivers the mail between a set of islands aboard the sailboat known as the Aurora. With his crew of one, a small waif of a girl named Ingar, they fly with the wind aboard the Aurora, no one around with a vessel fast enough to catch her. But in this land a boat doesn’t fly over the smooth surface of water. Instead they slide across a frozen sea of ice, a white wonderland very different from the one you and I know.One day while delivering the mail, Aulf and Ingar com [...]

    3. Donalisa Helsley on said:

      What a exciting change from the vampires and werewolves I have been reading lately. This book was a wonderful and entertaining adventure. Hexult is the story of two teens who are shipwrecked and saved. They are brought to a land where they are very different from the people around them. They are attacked verbally and physically due to fear and ignorance. The teens bring with them knowledge and information on how to build helpful items that are considered "magic".I am always looking for a lesson [...]

    4. Harry Nicholson on said:

      I enjoyed the world of ice and the inspired youngsters who struggle through it. I'm rather older than the target audience but nevertheless stayed with this absorbing story. Well drawn.

    5. David King on said:

      "Hexult" by Perry Aylen is an enjoyable adventure story with the shadings of a post-apocalyptic and dystopian tone. It is firmly aimed at the earlier end of the young adults market although I believe that even younger children will also enjoy having this light and easy going story read to them. The genre of this story was am interesting aspect as I had to decide on if I would call this Science-Fiction or Fantasy. However, as the premise appears to imply the story is set in the Earth at an undefi [...]

    6. L.E.Olteano on said:

      What a refreshing idea! Literally, refreshing. With the heat tormenting me, reading about a world of ice made it all better, at least for my mind.I’ll be honest, I’m quite torn between a 3 and 4 butterflies rating. I’d give it a 4 for originality, age-appropriate tale-like structure, content and characters, but a 3 for the chemistry I had with said characters. Admittedly, I am well above it’s target; so, to make up my mind what rating I’d give it, I thought, if I had a kid, would I giv [...]

    7. Sonny on said:

      The world is covered in ice. The only way to travel in Hexult is by boat. Aulf is the mailman between the islands in Hexult and Ingar is his crew. One day on their way to deliver mail, Aulf and Ingar find a boat which has perished. Inside were twins Jacob and Elya; their father dead from the crash. When Aulf and Ingar take the twins in and help them, the four of them and the whole of Hexult dives into a world of adventure.Raiders are around every corner, ready to jump on unsuspecting prizes. The [...]

    8. SARIT on said:

      A good book fold inside a new idea, so much as a Sci Fi book. It will consider brilliant if if it will include other kind of meanings. It will consider out standing this idea will keep your thoughts in every other moment.Well you all can imagine to yourselves how the vast white plans of ice capture my mind. With this amazing idea of heat from the depth of the planet creating islands which people can live on. So it is really not important if because some kind of future catastrophe, or on other pl [...]

    9. Donalisa Helsley on said:

      What a exciting change from the vampires and werewolves I have been reading lately. This book was a wonderful and entertaining adventure. Hexult is the story of two teens who are shipwrecked and saved. They are brought to a land where they are very different from the people around them. They are attacked verbally and physically due to fear and ignorance. The teens bring with them knowledge and information on how to build helpful items that are considered "magic".I am always looking for a lesson [...]

    10. Carol Brannigan on said:

      This was an enjoyable read. The genre is only very loosely science fiction (I would hesitate to even call it as loosely). I would describe this as a YA fantasy adventure with suggestions of post apocalyptic and dystopian tones. Even though it wasn't the genre I was expecting, I enjoyed the story very much. I think this would be a great read for children as it should keep their attention but would also provide some very important lessons. I was happy about the message but also pleased that the au [...]

    11. Anne Smitt on said:

      What a refreshing read!I was drawn into the story straight away, the writing is very accessible.It starts with Aulf and Ingar sailing across the ice and coming across a wreck. It throws up many questions which, I'm pleased to say, are answered throughout the story. The characters are well defined and the story is nicely paced, not action-packed, but never slow.I think science-fiction is a misleading genre and would simply call it `adventure' as although it is in a future world, there is nothing [...]

    12. Gabby (What's Beyond Forks?) on said:

      Hexult is a highly original story of adventure. It shows us a World where ignorance is not always bliss. With the loss of common knowledge among the people, it reminded me of our own histories where innocent people were falsely accused of witchcraft because they were a little different from the rest. A simple compass is seen as something magical.Hexult was an enjoyable story. This is the type of book I would have loved to read in Elementary or Middle School and is highly appropriate for that age [...]

    13. Mike on said:

      A well-written, rather pedestrian (considering the possibilities in the scenario), romp over the ice. The characters are well drawn and youngsters should find them endearing. Nice to find a book where science rather than pure fantasy or magic takes centre stage. Not sure about some of the cold world science but it is easy enough to suspend disbelief for it to work okay.There's Goodies and Baddies, prejudice, injustice etc. to keep YA interest and it rolls along at a decent pace. A touch of young [...]

    14. Sift Book Reviews on said:

      It is an adventure story aimed at tweens and while it will certainly appeal to middle grade and young adult readers, it is an enjoyable read for adults too; 5 out of 5 stars. Hexult is an exciting tale of adventure from beginning to end and leaves the reader knowing that good trumps evil anyday.Please see the in-depth review at Sift: siftreviews/2011/09/heReview by: Erica of Sift Book ReviewsSift Book Reviews received a free copy for review from the author. This has, in no way, affected the revi [...]

    15. April on said:

      This read takes you into a new world and a new way to look at it. The world is built on ice and long distance travel just is not in the stars here, so when a couple of twins show up from a far away land they are held as unusual and find themselves in a situation they could not have imagined. With their father having been killed in the wreckage and no one left to watch over them and tell them what to do life becomes a challenge and a mystery to them. they must unravel not only their lives both th [...]

    16. Amy on said:

      Enjoyable story. At first, I wasnt sure what to think because of the weird names - Aulf and Ingar. But, the story was quite captivating. Jacob and Elya are found by Aulf and Ingar amidst their ruined ice craft. From faraway across the Ice Plain, Elya and Jacob have "magic" that has never been seen before. A compass and flint/steel. They try to fit into their new world, despite a crank "magician", a prophecy and other troubles

    17. Dennis Brown on said:

      Hexult by Perry Aylen, this is an Enjoyable, quick read by a new author. This book is marketed to the young adult crown but even adult will enjoy this book. This adventure take place around two remarkable young people who has lost their father, Elya and Jacob, 15 year old twins, Aulf and Ingar find the twins and they adventure begin. This book is a book that I would think would be a good added to summer read for those in the 5th thru 9th grade.

    18. Tam Williams on said:

      I loved the story and characters in this book. It is quite an interesting idea of an ice world where science is forgotten and even simple things can make people's lives so much better. I am looking forward to sharing this with my nieces and nephew as they may learn from the themes and topics covered within the storyline of book. The only problem is I was left wanting more and cannot wait for a sequel.

    19. Nikki on said:

      Apparently this book is intended for the junior high school/high school set. The author has far exceeded expectations. What an exciting read from a new author. A fascinating world and three dimensional characters. I cannot wait to read more.

    20. Megan Chambers on said:

      I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this story. I think a sequel is in order, and I would definitely recommend this book to others. I was reading it to my 5 year old and he enjoyed it as well.

    21. Cassie on said:

      This was an awesome story. I passed it on to my brother, who has been hooked!!

    22. Alexandra Storm on said:

      Read only 15% and stopped. Could not get into the story at all to continue on

    23. Margaret on said:

      This story was written to a slightly younger audience than I expected. That being said, it's a great little tale. Quite an imaginative dystopia. Not too dark, and very enjoyable.

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