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The Stonekeeper (Amulet, #1) Graphic Novel Star Kazu Kibuishi Creates A World Of Terrible, Man Eating Demons, A Mechanical Rabbit, A Giant Robot And Two Ordinary Children On A Life Or Death Mission.After The Tragic Death Of Their Father, Emily And Navin Move With Their Mother To The Home Of Her Deceased Great Grandfather, But The Strange House Proves To Be Dangerous Before Long, A Sinister Creature Lures The Kids Mom Through A Door In The Basement Em And Navin, Desperate Not To Lose Her, Follow Her Into An Underground World Inhabited By Demons, Robots, And Talking Animals.Eventually, They Enlist The Help Of A Small Mechanical Rabbit Named Miskit Together With Miskit, They Face The Most Terrifying Monster Of All, And Em Finally Has The Chance To Save Someone She Loves.


10 thoughts on “The Stonekeeper (Amulet, #1)

  1. says:

    Just as good as the first time I read it


  2. says:

    A fun graphic novel It s probably YA, or middle grade But I still enjoyed it pretty well My main gripe This first story starts out with the death of a parent Like, in the first four pages That s heavy handed storytelling, and this book is better than that In the same way that you don t have someone kill a kid as a cheap way to establish a villain, you shouldn t have to kill a kid ...


  3. says:

    I was not expecting to like this graphic novel as much as I did It s darker than I had expected it to be I m pumped to continue on with this series


  4. says:

    FANTASTIC This came recommended to me by a co worker s daughter through my co worker who knew I wanted some recs for my kid since she will only read graphic novels or books that look like graphic novels, haha My daughter, who is almost 9, and I read it today while we were at the doctor she has been sick for like, forever, not cool.Anyway Me So, how do you rate this book, if five stars is awesome and Kid Six She loved it, and you know what I did too This was just fun, ima FANTASTIC This came recommended to me by a co worker s daughter through my co worker who knew I wanted some recs for my kid since she will only read graphic novels or books that look like graphic novels, haha My daughter, who is almost 9, and I read it today while we were at the doctor she has been sick for like, forever, not cool.Anyway Me So, how do you rate this book, if five stars is awesome and Kid Six She loved it, and you know what I did too This was just fun, imaginative fantasy with magic, robots, an alternate reality, and the cutest bunny ever Emily is a cool female lead She is given an amulet that has been in the family, and it s magic of course, and she gets to become a Stonekeeper Ohhhhhh, coooool For realz Can I be on...


  5. says:

    What a thrilling start to a series I can see myself devouring the rest of the books like I did this one Creative world, charming characters and engaging storyline.


  6. says:

    I loved this little graphic novel My favorite is the pink bunny named Miskit So Emily s dad dies in a car wreck, Emily and her mom were in the car with him The book jumps ahead 2 years and Emily s mom takes her and her brother Navin and moves to and old family home out in the middle of no where When they are all cleaning the house, Emily finds this amulet She decides to keep it and it talks to...


  7. says:

    Amulet s story is about a young girl named Emily Em and her younger brother, Navin Two years after Emily s father dies in a car accident, she moves with her mother, Karen, and Navin to a house that has been in the family for years The locals believe that the house is haunted, yet Karen chooses to ignore the rumors And soon, the family discovers a small door in the basement of the house leading to an alternate version of earth known as Alledia.Emily has to decide if she wants to be the n Amulet s story is about a young girl named Emily Em and her younger brother, Navin Two years after Emily s father dies in a car accident, she moves with her mother, Karen, and Navin to a house that has been in the family for years The locals believe that the house is haunted, yet Karen chooses to ignore the rumors And soon, the family discovers a small door in the basement of the house leading to an alternate version of earth known as Alledia.Emily has to decide if she wants to be the new stonekeeper after her great grandfather passes away, and she agrees to take on her new responsibili...


  8. says:

    Not very many novels, let alone a graphic novel, stir up a visible emotional response from me for example something might be funny but I ll rarely laugh out loud This book, however, made me cry within the first 15 pages Now, that s an accomplishment I ll admit though, I m a bit of a softy when it comes to moms or husbands dying, so your mileage may vary with that.The story is a familiar one a magical object passed down in the family contains enough power to save the world, and a young gir Not very many novels, let alone a graphic novel, stir up a visible emotional response from me for example something might be funny but I ll rarely laugh out loud This book, however, made me cry within the first 15 pages Now, that s an accomplishment I ll admit though, I m a bit of a softy when it comes to moms or husbands dying, so your mileage may vary with that.The story is a familiar one a magical object passed down in the family contains enough power to save the world, and a young girl is now tasked with making the right decisions to save those she love...


  9. says:

    4.89676 I really really really really enjoyed this Much darker than what I was expecting but amazing nonetheless Also, this just reminded me so much of a Miyazaki film that I just couldn t stop smiling I NEED THE NEXT ONES


  10. says:

    I usually don t read Graphic Novels, never really have Not for any particular reason, I never gave it any thought, to be honest But this one caught my eye and paved the way for other fantastic graphic novels, like Saga, Lumberjanes or Giant Days.Also, this is the same artist that created my favourite Harry Potter covers of all time.The graphic novel is generally geared towards younger readers, so the plot was nothing unusual and a little obvious, though I still enjoyed it I especially loved s I usually don t read Graphic Novels, never really have Not for any particular ...


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