The Edge Chronicles: The Sky Chart: A Book of Quint

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Also some of the ugliest, also some of the scariest. It consists of trilogies each centered around a certain character and some additional novels and side-stories. The third prequel trilogy stars Quint.

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Next up in the main series is The Immortals , a novel set about years after Freeglader which wraps up the first three trilogies. A fourth trilogy takes place after The Immortals and stars a lad named Cade. Community Showcase More.

Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. The Stone Pilot - the truth behind the mysterious hooded figure that tends the mighty flight-rock at the centre of a magnificent sky ship. The Slaughterer's Quest - the tale of Keris, daughter of the legendary sky pirate captain, Twig, and her terrifying quest to discover her father's fate. The Blooding of Rufus Filatine - a Freeglade Lancer's epic encounter with a monstrous creature which will change the Edge for ever Review The Edge Chronicles consist of eleven books, and the tenth, The Lost Barkscrolls is a collection of four short stories that delve deeper into the history of the Edgeworld and its many weird and wonderful inhabitants.

The first story, Cloud Wolf, tells of the young sky pirate Quint and his first sky battle above the Deepwoods.

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It forms a prequel to The Quint Trilogy and will appeal to those who believe in fighting bravely for the things they believe in. The second story, The Stone Pilot, tells of Maugin and how she came to leave her home amongst the termagant trogs and find her calling as a Stone Pilot. It also tells of her frightening brush with slavery and how she came to join Quint and Wind Jackal aboard the sky ship Galerider. The third story is by far the best of them all. The Slaughterer's Quest is the tale of Twig's daughter, Keris, and the journey so must undertake to find out if her father is lives alive.

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The recounting of Keris's life within the Slaughterer's camp and of her epic journey with the webfoot goblins is a real treat. And finally there is The Blooding of Rufus Filatine, a story that recounts the forming of the Freeglades and the battles that have been, and are still being fought so they may remain a safe haven where peace and harmony can still thrive.

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The Lost Barkscrolls is a fine collection of stories that will be of great interest to fans of the Edge Chronicles. The writing and illustrations are of the highest quality and the themes that link these four seemingly disparate tales together are the abhorrence of slavery and the damage that greed and the manufacturer of weapons can have on lives and the environment. This is probably not a good place to make your first steps onto the Edge and it is advisable to read at least one of either the Quint, Twig of Rook trilogies first.

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About the author and illustrator Paul Stewart is a highly regarded author of books for young readers — everything from picture books to football stories, fantasy and horror. They are of course also co-creators of the bestselling Edge Chronicles series, which has sold over two million books and is now available in over thirty languages.

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Chris Riddell is an accomplished graphic artist who has illustrated many acclaimed books for children, including Pirate Diary by Richard Platt, and Gulliver, which won the Kate Greenaway Medal. Plus loads of other stuff to see and do! This The Lost Barkscrolls book review was written by Floresiensis. Five hundred years into the third age of flight and mighty phraxships steam across the immensity of the Deepwoods, plying their lucrative trade between the three great citi Four dramatic stories — set in all the ages of the fascinating, terrifying Edgeworld — a delight for any reader, new or old.

Cloud Wolf — the story of you Quint, son of sky pirate captain, and new apprentice to Linius Pallitax, the Most High Academe, has been set some highly important tasks. Just how important, Quint is about Abandoned at birth in the Deepwoods, Twig is brought up by a family of woodtrolls. One cold night, Twig does what no woodtroll has ever done before — he strays from t Stormchaser The Twig Trilogy: Book 2 9. On board the Stormchaser, Twig, a young crewmember drawn by destiny to join the sky pirates, is filled with excitement at the adventure ahead. Their quest is to collect sto A ferocious storm threatens the magnificent city of Sanctaphrax.

Only Twig knows of the approaching danger.

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