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The seventh volume in the Keys to the Kingdom series, which begins with Mister Monday (2003) and cycles through the days of the week, brings this fantasy adventure to a fitting conclusion. From chapter to chapter, the story's focus shifts from its young hero, Arthur, to the separate but intertwined adventures of his friends Leaf and Suzy Turquoise Blue. Ambitious in its conception, this inventive series staggers under the weight of its complex, grand-scale backstory, but events unfold quickly, and series fans will want to follow Arthur and his amiable, idiosyncratic allies to the end. Grades 5-8. --Carolyn Phelan
"[Garth Nix is] the coolest read in the playground." Amanda Craig --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
I have enjoyed the keys to the kingdom series, no matter how many times I retread it. It's still the bestPublished 8 days ago by E. Henderson
This book series is amazing and imaginative. It will take you to a world that questions itself yet explains itself. I am sad to see it ended but it is beyond words amazing.Published 3 months ago by Seth F.
The series as a whole didn't really hold up to the premise established in Mister Monday - which was great - wacky and sinister in all the right places. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mary Griffith
Not nearly as good as his abhorsen trilogy because the books are really a bit too short for good character development. I did like the hero. Read morePublished 10 months ago by kn_s
One of the best endings that I have ever read. This book is truely something out of this world. It makes me want to become Arthur.Published 12 months ago by Dennis G