The Cavern of Fear (Deltora Shadowlands, #1)

The Cavern of Fear (Deltora Shadowlands, #1) DELTORA IS A LAND OF MONSTERS AND MAGIC The Shadow Lord S Evil Tyranny Over Deltora Has Ended He And The Creatures Of His Sorcery Have Been Driven Back Across The Mountains But Thousands Of Deltorans Are Still Enslaved In The Shadowlands, The Enemy S Own Terrifying And Mysterious DomainTo Rescue Them, Lief, Barda And Jasmine, Heroes Of The Quest For The Belt Of Deltora, Must Find A Weapon Powerful Enough To Combat The Shadow Lord S Magic On His Own Ground According To Legend, The Only Thing The Shadow Lord Fears Is The Fabled Pirran Pipe But Does The Mysterious Pipe Still Exist

Emily Rodda real name Jennifer Rowe was born in Sydney, Australia and graduated from the University of Sydney in 1973 with an MA Hons in English Literature Moving into a publishing career, first as a book editor, and finally as a publisher at Angus Robertson, Rodda s first book was published in 1984.

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  • The Cavern of Fear (Deltora Shadowlands, #1)
  • Emily Rodda
  • 15 July 2019
  • 9781865046815

10 thoughts on “The Cavern of Fear (Deltora Shadowlands, #1)

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    The Cavern of Fear Deltora Shadowlands, 1 , Emily RoddaIn Deltora, a land of magic and monsters, the Shadow Lord s evil tyranny has finally ended after three unlikely heroes Lief, Jasmine and Barda defeated him He and the creatures of his sorcery have been driven out of Deltora But thousands of Deltorans are still enslaved in the Shadowlands, the Shadow Lord s terrifying and mysterious domain To rescue them, Lief, Barda, and Jasmine, heroes of the quest for the Belt of Deltora, must find the Pirran Pipe, the only weapon the Shadow Lord fears They embark on the dangerous quest and finds the first broken piece of the Pipe There they encounter The Fear, a giant squid, whom they defeat Cavern of The Fear is the first book in the Deltora Shadowlands series written by Emily Rodda It was published by Scholastic in 2002 The story follows the adventures of Lief, Jasmine, and Barda 2008 1384 188 9789644176869 1385 1386 1388 20 1384 1 2 3 9789644176890 1385 1388 1390 .

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    Not as good as the Deltora Quest series but still a very enjoyable read

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    One thing that I love about the Deltora Quest series, is how short it is It manages to have short chapters and shot stories but it still packs a lot of information and action into it.I have no idea how Emily Rodda creates all these riddles and plot twists.I really enjoyed the first book and I can t wait to read all the Lief and Jasmine parts again

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    So glad to see that Emily Rodda s next Deltora series does not disappoint The story is a little different, and the characters, too, but the gang s all here, and it s just as much of a page turner as the previous books

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    It was a detailed book

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    Ms Rodda took a chance with a rather traditional fantasy sci fi approach and it worked with a fresh Deltora twist.But that s all in the end The majority of this trilogy is a mission to save the enslaved of the continent, the means a journey through underground kingdoms of a forgotten people who had their own nasty run in with the Enemy As with DQ, the stories are full of delicious fantasy and puzzles, with serious nods to the hard learned wisdom of listening to past mistakes I will admit these are darker books, but the writing and the imagination is none less for that.The Shadow lands series picks up where the Deltora Quest series left off The same characters experience adventure, excitement and danger as they are faced with another quest of good vs evil I really enjoyed the first series and am thrilled to see that Emily Rodda continued the captivating storyline After Lief, Barda, and Jasmine restore the gems from the Belt of Deltora, the Shadow Lord takes thousands of Deltorans hostage and Lief, Barda, and Jasmine must save them.I liked this book because I like the characters and monsters You will like this book too if you like books with adventure, action, and puzzles It is fun to try to figure out what the answer to the puzzle before they tell you.Warning Spoilers and Discussion of Essential Plot Elements FollowExposition This book has a very gripping theme The characters all have their own personal portrayals Jasmine is a wild and Adventurous girl, because she grew up in a dangerous forest Lief, the main character, Is a mysterious character, who keeps important secrets Barda is a Brave and Strong character, he cares for Jasmine and Lief when they are in trouble He s curious, cautious, secretive and mysterious He can keep important secrets, careful, he makes careful decisions Lief is adventurous and doesn t trust other people easily.Settings The Shadow Lord has been driven back across the mountains, but he s not finished with Deltora He s taken prisoners from across the land and enslaved them Worse, he plans to use them in a diabolical plot to take over Deltora Lief and his friends must prevent Deltora from falling into the Shadow Lord s hands.Protagonists Three unlikely heroes Lief, Jasmine and Barda Lief, Barda, and Jasmine, heroes of the quest for the Belt of Deltora, must find the Pirran Pipe, the only weapon the Shadow Lord fears They embark on the dangerous quest and finds the first broken piece of the Pipe There they encounter The Fear, a giant squid, whom they defeat.Antagonists In Deltora, a land of magic and monsters, the Shadow Lord s evil tyranny has finally ended He and the creatures of his sorcery have been driven out of Deltora But thousands of Deltorans are still enslaved in the Shadowlands, the Shadow Lord s terrifying and mysterious domain.Conflict The Shadow Lord and the creatures of his sorcery enslaved thousands of Deltorans in the ShadowlandsSecondary Characters Some secondary characters include Doom Jarred , Jasmine, Kree, Filli, Sharn, Barda, Glock of the Jalis, Jinks, former palace acrobat, Flash, Glock s fighting spider, Fury, Jinks fighting spider, Faith, Marilen of Tora, Zeean of Tora, Josef, the palace librarian , Ranesh, Josef s apprentice, The Granous, Clef of Plume, Azan of Plume, Worron, the Piper of Plume, Nols of PlumeMemorable Quotes Deep in the cavern of the infant s beast the father s nature lurks and lives anew Something inside me had dropped away, and nothing came in to fill the cavern Man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro narrow chinks of his cavern Overall assessment When I first started reading this series, I got complexly lost It is a very confusing book if you didn t read the ones before me which I didn t which as you can imagine me was very hard trying to figure out the book, but overall it is a very interesting book and I would recommend you read it but make sure you read the ones before it first or you ll be one confuse reader.

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    The first book in the follow up series to Deltora Quest is really quite good Normally with a young children s book series like this, the original tale is really good, and then the rest kind of fall flat on their face Not so with the World of Deltora After becoming king and restoring the belt to its former glory, Lief has to deal with the hardships that a evil reign of tyranny have left behind The secrets and the division that this has caused not only leads the trio on yet another incredibly dangerous quest, but it also causes large divisions in the trio themselves.I like the completely different nature and setting of this quest Where the length and breadth of Deltora, Deltora Shadowlands takes you underground and across the border A completely different world that begins a new journey A short tale that I managed to start and finish within 24 hours easy, fun and with just enough of a twisting plotline to keep me coming back to the story again and again and again.Secrets are not a good thing, although sometimes they are necessary And it s this idea that is the main driver for the beginning of the tale It hurts when you know that someone you love is keeping a secret, but as I m sure everyone can attest to, sometimes it is necessary to help and protect them And as the story unfolds, it becomes and apparent that the secrets kept between friends might actually be a necessary evil Albeit one that can be exploited.

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    This book was difficult to put down I kept telling myself just one chapter, and the next thing I knew I had finished it The character development is well done and shows how the characters have evolved since the last time they adventured together There are secrets that are difficult to discover and some that are not discovered until the end of the series The puzzles are enjoyable I spent time trying to solve the 20 questions game myself The first one is easier if you think about what the captors suggest and the imagery in how they wish to escape I really appreciate the creativity the author put into coming up with a new adventure while still keeping it in the same land I wish the books had incorporated a map in the front of the book with detail though.

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