The Gateway (Leven Thumps) [Obert Skye] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. WELCOME TO FOO. Fourteen-year-old Leven Thumps (a.k.a. Leven Thumps And The Gateway To Foo [Obert Skye, Ben Sowards] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When fate brings fourteen-year-old. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. This imaginative and entertaining young adult Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo by [Skye, Obert].
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But Winter, who was also a resident of Foo, has no problem using hers the entirety of the book. What kinds of things do you dream about? And he was nearly trampled by a herd of water buffalo at age six.
Neverthel Obert Skye read his first book at age two. Also, it just tried way too hard to be cool and failed utterly.
Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo (Leven Thumps, Book 1) Book Review
I can see why middle school kids would like it. The main character, of course, is Leven Thumps. Must redeem within 90 days.
However, if your daughter didn’t read it, you’ll probably want to find something a little better. Publish it as is. No, I don’t think so–but it is definitely much different than HP. Leven Thumps qnd easy to read because the writing made sense.
He is the middle child in a family with an odd number of children.
This boy from Oklahoma, can even manipulate the future. The Leven Thumps series. Get it now Searching for streaming and purchasing options Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. I’m really not sure how I feel about this, it felt slow and agonizing to read, every time I opened the book and read a few pages I fell asleep. It’s full of cliches, misinformation do some research, buddy!
Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo
Stay up to date on new reviews. I’ll start with the plot. Well, this book is not exactly slow, but their journey takes a long, long time. And if Foo were to collapse, than mankind would not be able to dream. Media Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo. A very good, easy read. So now you thinking, if he likes it that much, why did he give it three stars? Not to mention a lot of the chapter titles were tweaked gateday of old songs.
This book has extremely poor character development, a plot that fooo more awkwardly than a teenager learning to drive a stick shift, and is riddled with inconsistencies. Jan 30, Richelle Goodrich rated it liked it.
The author used quite a bit of creativity developing his characters, and the ideas behind Foo were interesting, but none of the personalities or relationships were moving enough to grab me.
Occasionally fun but too long and poorly written. My hopes were i guess too high A tthumps or a little? But the author just made it absurd instead of fop, what with the horrid aunt and her carpal tunnel and the fact that the only reason she had a job was because rich people liked being able to say they could afford buying napkins that were hand-folded.
It seemed like the author simultaneously put too much thought and not enough thought onto the writing. So the premise of the book is immediately weak — overused literary theme. Get relationship help, parenting advice, healthy recipes, and tips for living a happy life from our author experts.
Jan 22, Qt rated it really liked it Shelves: The story is kind of philosophical. Would I say it’s better than Harry Potter? Obviously meant for a younger crowd, the book should be enjoyable to anyone up until the early teens or any person who is still a kid at heart, like me even though I’m only It made me feel like he wrote the book, not because it came from him, but because he saw an opportunity to write in a genre that was enjoying successes.
Leven is an offing, who can manipulate the future, and is being hunted by Sabine an evil being with many resources and ho power. The main characters are Winter and Leven and they both have to stop Sabine. And apparently physics doesn’t, either Sep 30, Dawn rated it liked it. Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo is a fantasy novel by Obert Skye that traces the journeys of Leven, a seemingly ordinary boy from Burnt Culvert, Oklahoma, and Winter Frore, a neglected girl, as they seek to find their way to the magical dream land of Foo.
It’s so exaggerated to be as if a spoiled 7-year-old wrote a book about his meanie parents who refused to buy him the latest toy. After more than lrven of maundering around the neighborhood in Oklahoma, the story finally gets going, though the characters don’t make it to the absurdly named Foo until nearly the end of the book.