Spider's Web

Robert J. Franks

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Spider's Web

Spider s Web Kidnapped by Blashie Jason is being taken to Lord Huddour But before he can be delivered to the waiting sorcerer he is rescued by a surprising and even dangerous figure Kylie Gobswistle and Etain

  • Title: Spider's Web
  • Author: Robert J. Franks
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kidnapped by Blashie, Jason is being taken to Lord Huddour But before he can be delivered to the waiting sorcerer, he is rescued by a surprising, and even dangerous, figure Kylie, Gobswistle and Etain are plunged into battle once again, and the young Changeling must come to terms with her new identity, or than just she will pay the price Eigyr brings the scrolKidnapped by Blashie, Jason is being taken to Lord Huddour But before he can be delivered to the waiting sorcerer, he is rescued by a surprising, and even dangerous, figure Kylie, Gobswistle and Etain are plunged into battle once again, and the young Changeling must come to terms with her new identity, or than just she will pay the price Eigyr brings the scroll before the king It seems the scroll contains Jason s final visions of the invasion of Kilneuair But is the scroll from Jason, or is it a ploy of Jason s kidnappers to trick the townsfolk The struggle for the answer drives a rift between King and Druid, and Myrrdin falls from grace And the plan for Kilneuair s defence falls into jeopardy As Alban Eiler draws ever closer, the confrontations between townsfolk and Vikings and between the children of prophecy and Huddour finally arrive And what has become of the Medb

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    One thought on “Spider's Web

    1. Andy Angel on said:

      First things first, this book is a direct follow on to The Glass Apple, the first book in this sequence, so it would be a good idea to read that first. Spider's Web is another wonderful piece of storytelling. It continues the story of Jason, Kylie and Anna trapped in time with their Grandfather, Gobswistle, and the 'kick-ass' fairy, Etain (who, in my opinion is one of the best creations of recent years) To sum up the situation so far, Jason is missing, Kylie is coming to terms with being a chang [...]

    2. Kath Middleton on said:

      This book follows on from The Glass Apple. The story continues by following the original group, now divided and continuing in their quest, each with a separate supporting cast of characters. To be honest (and what’s the point of a review if you aren’t?) I found this moving from scene to scene, albeit several chapters apart, a bit disorientating and it took me longer to get into the story. However, as events progress, the characters make their way to a final battle with the dark and evil Hudd [...]

    3. Merissa (Archaeolibrarian) on said:

      And BAM!, you're straight back into the story where The Glass Apple left off. Straight back with Jason (Yellowblade), Kylie (Ravenhair), Anna and the rest of them including Gobwhistle, Myrddin, Medb, Aiken and many others.The Celtic mythology background for these novels just keeps on getting better. Like a rich tapestry, all the characters and the backgrounds are woven together to make a magnificent story. In this book, as you would expect, you learn more about the characters and not just the ma [...]

    4. Debbie on said:

      Adored this second installment of Robert Franks' Glass Apple series. Probably even better than the first. Highly recommended.

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