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Praise for the Troubletwisters series
"[An] enjoyable romp." — Publishers Weekly
"Full of adventure and the unexpected, the first book in Nix and Williams's new series is delightfully twisted. The pacing is perfect, the setting is eerily dark, the faceless Evil rings true, and the resolution is satisfying." —Booklist
"This gripping fantasy for the middle-grade set delivers magic and delightful dollops of ick." —Kirkus Reviews
I loved the suspense you give us readers in your book. Having a passion for writing,I enjoyed the description and vocabulary you used. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kayla Ritchie
Kind of hard to follow. I like action books, and there was not a lot of action in this book. I'm not going to read the second.Published 10 months ago by Stephen Geremia
Awesome but If you get scared easily not the book for you. Also if you get sick easy not for you
The book made no sense and was the least creative book you could ever read. The whole time I was wanting to read other things. I threw the book out. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sam Braun
I thought the 1st part was sort of boring but it get's exciting at the end.
It is a sort of a strange book but also sort of good
troubletwisters kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time! i could not (and would not) stop reading this book. DEFINITLEY worth it. behold!Published on August 7, 2013 by random
This book is a collaboration between two of Australia's best-known authors -- Garth Nix, author of the brilliant Old Kingdom trilogy and Seven Keys series, and Sean Williams, a... Read morePublished on June 15, 2013 by EA Solinas
Only after I pushed myself, hard, to finish slogging through this book over the course of a few weeks (picking it back up each time to read some more always felt like homework... Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by LiteralDan
So here's another creepy house story for your kid's consumption. Aussie writers Garth Nix (whom you may have heard of, seeing as how you're a fan of YA fantasy) and Sean Williams... Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by H. Bala