Por unos instantes, temblaron sol y mar. Ellie volaba rpido y a poca altura, con los ojos puestos en el horizonte septentrional. A su espalda, en el asiento del artillero, iba un mono capuchino llamado Puck, cuyas cejas se retorcan al tiempo que coma palomitas y admiraba los mandos de las armas. A Puck le gustaba haber salido de su cuarto y tener la oportunidad de contemplar cosas nuevas.
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And it gets points for being so long and being written at that level, if only because I am a big believer in long books no matter what your age. But as for the actual content? And I am surprised that Eoin Colfer gave it a good blurb. The bumpers are, in this case, a stubborn determination that everyone over the age of thirteen be really, really dense.
According to the hardback-ascribed summary here on GR, the book is about Ellie, who was "kidnapped as a child," and now sounds like some teenage kick-butt fighter pilot-slash-environmentalist who probably smuggles oppressed people to a new life or something after believing a lie but having a somewhat good post-kidnapping upbringing.
Ellie was kidnapped as a child because that was a year ago and she is still a child. But since the book opens with Ellie, the other summary is immediately shot. Mika still wants to believe that Ellie is alive? On the same topic: Book, you cannot suddenly be all "Hey! What I think the book was trying to do, with its alternating viewpoints from Mika to Ellie to the Big Bad, was trying to build the suspense because--ha ha! Not even plausible. How the heck did you build a wall feet tall around all of northern Europe, Russia, and Canada?
How is the city stratified?
El Rugido - Emma Clayton