Trouble is heading for Wickit Monastery on the sweltering summer Fens — from the King’s court comes Cedric; then Rane, a beautiful Norse girl, arrives with her hulking henchman. But what are they really here for? Pip, the orphan and Perfect, the stone gargoyle, find themselves caught up in a mad search for buried treasure that leads them across the marshes to the dreaded BTrouble is heading for Wickit Monastery on the sweltering summer Fens — from the King’s court comes Cedric; then Rane, a beautiful Norse girl, arrives with her hulking henchman. But what are they really here for? Pip, the orphan and Perfect, the stone gargoyle, find themselves caught up in a mad search for buried treasure that leads them across the marshes to the dreaded Black Bog, the very last place they want to be. And all the while, they can’t shake the feeling they’re being watched…...
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Fen Gold Reviews
The wickit chronicles is a book by Joan Lennon intended for young adults and beginner teens. I enjoyed it very much. The issue in this book is the lady Rane is In a very deep debt hole and to get out of it she has to find her ancient ancestors gold and his name was Fen. The protagonists are, Pip, a young boy needed to navigate through wickit. Lady Rane, the woman in need to find her way to her ancestors gold. The antagonist is Cedric because he heard of this gold while he was sick in the mortuary. He followed Pip and Rane to the gold and tried to steal it! The "good stuff" starts off at page 37 because it says, "And for the rest of the night he stared hot eyed at the ceiling fantasizing about how much more the king would value him if he were to return rich!" that quote at the end of tha chapter built some suspense and got me thinking of how much gold is there? And how is he going to find it by himself with no map. Then on page 71 it says, "that's fine let's go," says Rane. "what!" Pip squaked "We are leaving tonight," said Rane "Were leaving now!" this got me angry because it was right at my bed time and I had to go to bed and I wanted to know what happened next. It got me hooked and created suspense for me.This continues in page 97 when it says, "and when a branch shifted a little and the fire flared up. No one noticed a glint of eyes watching from the shelter of the reeds." And to end the "good stuff" is page 111,"I'll get to the other side, take all the gold off and get thrown back over." this is how I want to think all the time. This is where they can't get back over the quick mud with the gold so they get their dragon that is donut sized to go back and forth. Pip and Rane thought outside the box like everyone should do.Now the only 2 bad things were little but I'll explain them anyway. On page 118, it says,"leave him" oaf said. "no! Slit his throat, then leave him!" said leif. This isn't neccesarily bad but this is the only humorous part of the whole book to me. So what I'm trying to say is that their could be more funny parts in this book.This complaint doesn't have a page number but the book doesn't let me really connect with anyone I know. So I couldn't think of any character in the book to a person in my real life.So, there it is my report. So all in all, I really like this book:).
This is Pip and Perfect's second adventure, following Ely Plot. Pip is a young orphaned boy who lives at Wicket Monastery deep in the fens of medieval England. Perfect, his companion, is a small, talking, swimming, flying dragon gargoyle, and they make a great pair, lively, adventurous true friends.It's a sweltering summer when two strangers arrive at the monastery in need of medical help. The first is a man from the King's court, the second is older Norseman who is accompanied by two bawny young men and a girl, the Lady Rane.Pip and Perfect unwillingly join Rane on a treasure hunt through the treacherous marshes, a trip filled with danger from the terrain and another who wants the fortune.An outstanding story for its audience, an unfamiliar setting with hazards of its own, plenty of adventure and just a touch of fantasy.
The book I read was The Wickit Chronicles Book 2 Fen Gold by Joan Lennon. The genre is fiction. The main characters are Pip and he lives at the Wickit church and he finds something that he never saw before here is a hint it is something bright like Ranes hair. They were in the real world ( thats what they call it) it was a little different then the Wickit church. You should read this book because it has really good sirprises in it. My likes about this book is that there is a lot of sirprises in the book, and my dislikes are that when you have to stop reading and you are at a good spot you can get really annoyed. Some things that the author did well are that he thought of the book for a while and then got then book published. My ratings were a four because at the begning it is kind of boring.
This book is okay. I rate it a 3 star!! It's a good book to start 6th grade out with! But it isn't that good that I pry wouldn't read it again. Sorry!