The Edge Chronicles 9: Freeglader: Third Book of Rook (2020)

The Edge Chronicles 9: Freeglader: Third Book of Rook Paul Stewart Chris Riddell The Edge Chronicles Freeglader Third Book of Rook Fleeing from the ruins of New Undertown young librarian knight Rook Barkwater and his colleagues Felix Lodd and his banderbear friends must lead the escaping population to a new life in the Free Glad
  • Title: The Edge Chronicles 9: Freeglader: Third Book of Rook
  • Author: Paul Stewart Chris Riddell
  • ISBN: 9780552548502
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
The Edge Chronicles 9: Freeglader: Third Book of Rook Paul Stewart Chris Riddell Fleeing from the ruins of New Undertown, young librarian knight Rook Barkwater and his colleagues Felix Lodd and his banderbear friends must lead the escaping population to a new life in the Free Glades.But perils aplenty are ahead for the crowd, and Rook knows the journey will be full of danger Meanwhile, in the Goblin Nations, the tribes are amassing for war Will RFleeing from the ruins of New Undertown, young librarian knight Rook Barkwater and his colleagues Felix Lodd and his banderbear friends must lead the escaping population to a new life in the Free Glades.But perils aplenty are ahead for the crowd, and Rook knows the journey will be full of danger Meanwhile, in the Goblin Nations, the tribes are amassing for war Will Rook be able to keep his friends, himself and their new lives safe Freeglader is the third book of the Rook Saga third trilogy in The Edge Chronicles, the internationally best selling fantasy series, which has featured on the UK and the New York Times best seller lists and sold than 3 million copies There are now 13 titles and four trilogies in the series, but each book is a stand alone adventure, so you can read The Edge Chronicles in any order you choose.
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  1. Sanaa

    4 Stars Really wonderful end to the Rook trilogy I still think it wasn t quite as good as the other two trilogies but intereresting nonetheless My main problems were probably all the battle stuff I always enjoy the adventuring This had less of that I really liked reading Xanth s journey though I really need to read the Immortals now

  2. Roya

    What have I done with my life I could be a foundling living in the Freeglades reading barkscrolls, but I m here What planet is this again

  3. Peter

    In this book, the Rook trilogy comes to a close as all the inhabitants of the Edge desert Sanctaphrax and Undertown and start life anew in the Free Glades.It is sad that writing and illustrations of this caliber are largely unknown I feel that the Edge Chronicles is definitely unrecognized by many as an example of one of the greatest series ever I find that the lack of recognition and awards to be disheartening as something as fine as this series deserves to be shared with the world Despite the [...]

  4. Andy

    Dies ist der letze Band in der Trilogie um Rook Man kann die B cher immer wieder lesen oder h ren und entdeckt stets etwas neues Es ist schon eine sehr komplexe Reihe und sehr lesenswert, finde ich Doch w rde ich sie eher als Jugendb cher ab 14 15 Jahren denn als Kinderb cher empfehlen, da es teilweise doch recht heftig und gnadenlos zugeht Situationen werden nicht besch nigt aber auch nicht verharmlost Man sollte sich nicht davon irritieren lassen, dass die Protagonisten mitunter sehr jung sind [...]

  5. Star Shining Forever

    This is the third book in the Rook saga of the Edge Chronicles With Undertown destroyed by a great storm, the valiant Librarian Knights and the confident Ghosts of Screetown must lead the people to a new life in the Free Glades But threats in the form of old connivers and new greedy warmongers must be dealt with first The journey of the Undertowners reads much like the Exodus of Israel Across the Mire mudflats they travel, old and young, in carts and on foot, driving animals and carrying bundles [...]

  6. Halima

    I enjoyed this book than some of the others I liked how everyone got together on the end and i also liked how all the stories connected I have enjoyed reading the whole series and wish I had only come across it when i was younger.

  7. Jaemi

    Picking up where we left off in Vox, the Undertowners are now fleeing a great malestrom which has destroyed their homes As the storm is traveling faster than the great expedition can on foot, emissaries have been sent to the Sky Pirates living in the Mire to ask for their help in getting across the treacherous expanse, which is the only alternate route to the Great Mire Road.With the help of the Sky Pirates and the Ghosts of Screetown, everyone is safely evacuated from the elevated road before t [...]

  8. Lizzie

    Still my favourite book of the whole series So much tragedy and loss, yet also about the importance of family I loved it when I was 14 and I still love it now over 10 years later It still makes me cry

  9. Havanah

    This book is the ninth book in the Edge Chronicles, the third and final book of the Rook Trilogy, and as such this review may contain spoilers for earlier books.This was an interesting book for me to read I found it in an impromptu visit to a charity shop Bought it and, to my utter delight, found it signed by the author and illustrator If you ve read any of my reviews of previous books in this series then you ll know how fantastic a moment that was for me As such, I have really looked forward to [...]

  10. Justyn Rampa

    So after a long break, I returned to The Edge Chronicles and completed the final book in the Rook trilogy I m not even sure where to start My life was getting overwhelming and complicated when I read the previous two books and sadly I did not formally review them, so I must do this one justice.The Edge Chronicles for seven books now manages to be holding it down as a wonderful introduction to the high fantasy genre for younger readers I will say that this book in particular and several others in [...]

  11. Nat Howler

    Undertown and New Sanctaphrax have been destroyed by an apocalyptic bomb created by the vengeful supra genius Vox Verlix The sewers where the librarians dwelt have been flooded However, the librarians have evacuated, and, with the help of Ghosts of Screetown and the sky pirates of the Mire, the population of Undertown has been brought out of the city and across the treacherous mudflats Now, everyone librarians, Ghosts, sky pirates, and Undertowners are approaching the Twilight Woods, a terrible [...]

  12. Conan Tigard

    Freeglader is another excellently penned tale about the Edgelands This is the third book in the series to have Rook Barkwater as the main character Not having his flyer any, he isn t very useful as a Librarian Knight He then becomes a Freeglade lancer where he gets to ride a skewbald prowlgrin named Chinquix These are funny looking creatures with powerful rear legs, a huge forehead with nostrils on top, and a monstrous mouth.Once again Paul Stewart returns the reader to the wonderful world of th [...]

  13. Marsha

    This book outlines, with unflinching intensity, the joys and perils of freedom, the grim efforts that must be made to keep it and the fragile nature of civilization It s exhilarating to read about the flight of those who used to cluster around the Sanctaphrax rock as they struggle to carve out a new existence for themselves beyond its flooded boundaries.The Free Glade, where all are equal, everyone works but no one pays and everyone maintains their individuality and self respect, is a marvelous [...]

  14. An Odd1

    Freeglader Edge Chronicles, Rook 3 by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell is the final struggle of young knight librarian Rook finding Screetown ghosts of schoolmate Felix Lodd, Skypirates of Deadbolt Vulpoon not his nasty grandfather I recall getting just desserts, but rescued pal from Skypirates 5 to lead, organize and guard the Undertown refugees across the white muddy Mire, past Twilight Woods luring with familiar voices toward a dream like wandering unto death The surviving Eastern Roost Shryke [...]

  15. Elizabeth

    Freeglader is a great finish to the Rook trilogy There are battles, trials, rebels everything you need to make lots of action and thrills.Xanth is really fleshed out in this book He is, I believe, the most nuanced, most well developed character in the series Rook, too, has some shiny moments of character development in this book as well.The battles in this book were very well done A bit violent, but the way they ended was satisfying The end of the last battle, in particular, was, I thought, appr [...]

  16. Max

    As the storm is traveling faster than the great expedition can on foot, emissaries have been sent to the Sky Pirates living in the Mire to ask for their help in getting across the treacherous expanse With the help of the Sky Pirates and the Ghosts of Screetown, everyone is safely evacuated from the elevated road before the storm hits Once it passes, and they ve dug themselves out of the mud, the long journey to the Free Glades begins As an army composed of the newly born, it s even dangerous, a [...]

  17. Olivia

    I thought the book was definitely not the quality I was used to in the Edge Chronicles series I felt that the continuity was thrown askew from Twig s backstory, Tem s backstory, and Tweezel s story told to Xanth While they are lovely on their own, I think that put together they didn t make much sense in context with the characters I was also disappointed with Rook joining the Freeglade Lancers I never felt as close to them as I did the librarian knights, and I think they could have been explaine [...]

  18. Alison

    First off, I KNOW this book is too young for me You don t have to tell me that I started reading this series when I was younger and decided recently that I had to finish it Pure nostalgia.I love the edge chronicles with all my heart, I remember being enthralled with all the creatures and adventures in the first books But this one seemed to fall a little flat I feel like the whole plot could have been summarised in one sentence and the battle seems to wrap up too quickly for my liking Nevertheles [...]

  19. Zac Charnesky

    The book Freeglader, by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddel, was about the further adventures of Rook the librarian knight It starts off very close to where the last book left off The librarian knights and undertowners had just barely escaped the ruins of what used to be Undertown As they struggle to reach the safety of the Free Glades, they recruited the help of the last remaining band of sky pirates to help them cross the barren Mire When they finally reach the deep woods, they are attacked by the S [...]

  20. Jacob Boorsma

    That s the thing with a series You can just link it to the past and it s amazing Tweezel, who was featured in the stories of Quint and Maris, who is so ancient but still around And Tem Barkwater, who was part of the Wind Jackals crew in Quint, nd Quints crew, nd Twig, where he went into the Twilight Woods You think he is lost but he returns I even found out that the professor of Light Darkness, who s last name is Vespius, is related to Linius Pallitax wife, whos last name is also Vespius So he a [...]

  21. Kell

    REVIEWED FOR PUBLISHER Undertown is no , New Sanctaphrax has been destroyed and the Mire has all but been washed away life on The Edge has changed drastically and those who have survived have to make their way to the Free Glades at the heart of the Deepwoods But the journey is arduous, and there are those whose ambitions lie in enslaving the new Freegladers Rook will face his biggest challenge yet as he fights for freedom and uncovers the truth of his mysterious past Both compelling and inspirin [...]

  22. Amanda

    Another good book from Stewart and Riddell I ve really enjoyed the stories involving Rook Barkwater, and was happy to finally connect the dots of his ancestry If I ever read this series again, I think I will read it in chronological order, rather than the order in which they were written and releasedor rather, I will read the three involving Twig, followed by the three involving Quint, and lastly the three involving Rook Well, I still have two books left in the series, and I look forward to cont [...]

  23. Dhen Dhen

    Nothing ends a good book like an epic all out war.Freeglader ended Rook s trilogy I m still wondering why The Edge is not recognized that much Every book is as action packed as the last Nostalgia is a recurring feeling the order of the books made sure of it It explore sensitive issues like slavery and racism I guess you really can t get away with that since the creatures come in different variaties I think the series needs a tiny bit of humor It s too serious considering it s intended for childr [...]

  24. Joanna

    Over all a really good book, I enjoyed it than the previous book in the Rook series I prefer the Twig series to the Rook series, and I miss the old Sanctaphrax and Undertown, but I still give this book 5 stars as it has an intriguing plot, great characters and creatures, and leaves some questions unanswered until the very end The Edge Chronicles are probably my favorite adventure books.

  25. Philippe Lhoste

    Fin du second cycle.La population d Infraville fuit la ville d truite par la temp te, doit traverser le bourbier et affronter les pie gri che.R miz survit mais perd la m moire, Xanth doit tre jug pour balancer ses actes en tant que gardien de la tour et ses actes de bravoure pour sauver ses amis Les Franches Clairi res sont menac es par de terribles ennemisL histoire est toujours bien men e et palpitante Une bonne s rie.

  26. Flower

    My friend I were out over the ocean on a pier saw lightening this series came up in discussion We true love the series Twig is the greatest character we would like one book involving adventures of Twig Please thank you My friend had not finished the series I highly recommended that he do that, then read the Muddle Earth trilogy If you haven t finished the series, it is a must All you questions will be answered.

  27. Duane

    This edition of the Edge chronicles brings us as the Undertowners travel to the Free Glades The goblins, shrykes, and just about everyone else in Edgeland are after the librarian and undertowners I really enjoy the character, Xanxth, and this book really showcases his character development A nice read in the edition.

  28. Erin

    Started out a bit slow, but then it turned out to be one of the best books in the series It cleared up a lot of questions about all the characters throughout the series also.I could have done without the battle, but that s only because I get bored reading about wars and battles.

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