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Aboard the Star of Deltora with her three rivals for the Trader Rosalyn Apprenticeship, Britta knows that she has to keep her wits about her. She desperately wants to win the contest, but of course Jewel, Sky and Vashti feel the same, and of course one of them, she knows, is a ruthless enemy who will stop at nothing to succeed.Britta is ready for trouble, but as the voyageAboard the Star of Deltora with her three rivals for the Trader Rosalyn Apprenticeship, Britta knows that she has to keep her wits about her. She desperately wants to win the contest, but of course Jewel, Sky and Vashti feel the same, and of course one of them, she knows, is a ruthless enemy who will stop at nothing to succeed.Britta is ready for trouble, but as the voyage fails to go as planned, and rumours of evil magic sweep her beloved ship, she starts to wonder if she has more to fear than simple human wickedness.And nothing can prepare her for the terror that awaits her in the perilous, forbidden swamplands of Two Moons....

Title : Two Moons
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ISBN : 27414237
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 176 Pages
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Two Moons Reviews

  • Stef Rozitis
    2019-03-25 01:33

    I am a little bit jealous of Emily Rodda's creativity! Even though she makes some o the twists so obviously foreshadowed that you smuggly think you know everything that is going on (and I was even feeling maybe a little bit superior thinking "Oh at last I have got used to rodda") she managed to throw in a couple of twists (one big one that I would have thought I would spot) that I DID NOT EXPECT!!!How does she do it? How does she manage to be simply written and brief and surprising and fresh at the same time? There is as usual enough moral complexity to be more than a fairytale and yet the hopefulness and positivity...good always triumphs! I also like that even though Britta is pretty, that is not a big deal about her. And this book promotes reading, the characters get ahead by reading.Lovely children's series whether you have read Deltora and Rowan, only one of them, or neither!

  • Asami Uchiha
    2019-03-03 09:48

    I am thoroughly enjoying reading Emily Rodda's new series Star of Deltora! I absolutely love the world of Deltora and I am really excited to see and read about what other adventures are taking place outside of Deltora. Speaking of which I really need to read the Rowan of Rin series!Overall I loved this book. It is an easy read filled to the brim with adventure!Also the image of Baby Groot comes to mind every time I try to picture the goozli.I read this book for the Winter Cramathon 2016 and this book completes the challenge:- Read a book with pictures

  • Sue
    2019-03-10 01:35

    This was great! The pacing remained constant and well-paced. It flowed really well until the end where it really picked up. The overall mystery still lingered but several questions have been answered and Britta continues her journey. And the twist at the end! I definitely was not expect it. So good!

  • Cat (WLWFiction)
    2019-02-26 05:47

    Basically more not-actually-challenging the misogyny and more racism, now with added transphobia and other crap.Review of Book 1'm tired and disappointed so I'm just going to outline all the things I had issues with.Page 2: Racist comments about Sky and Jewel being untrustworthy and savage respectively.Page 17: Jewel being violent.Page 22: Jewel talks about wanting to eat "a thick slab of oily white fish on bread fried in pig rat dripping."Page 43-44 & 46 & 48-49 & 60-61: Captain Hara is angry/scary.Page 59: "I am not my father! she told herself, as she had told herself so often before. I am not responsible for what my father did! But in her heart she knew that it was not so easy."Page 64: Vashti insults Jewel with racist undertones, then Sky insults Vashti, then Jewel insults both of them, with racist undertones for Sky.Page 85: awful fatphobic comments about a new character, who of course is greedy and a thief as well.Page 92: "Could the man have laughed as he had if his mind had been shattered by grief and loss?" Traumatised people are never allowed to laugh again after their trauma apparently.Page 154: We learn Sky is actually a boy and there's all these transphobic/cissexist comments, including that the mysterious island people & superstitious sailors can tell everyone's gender because they're more spiritual or something???Page 163: Britta freaks out about following in her father's footsteps.

  • Aimee
    2019-03-02 02:57

    I received a copy of Two Moons from Scholastic New Zealand to review. I've already read and reviewed the first book, Shadows of the Master on my blog. You can read that here. I've enjoyed both book in the Star of Deltora series so far. They're both under 200 pages but even for such short books a lot happens in them. Two Moons picks up where Shadows of the Master left off. Britta is on her way to her first location to make her first trade in the competition. But soon things start to go wrong again and Britta suspects one of the other competitors of trying to sabotage her, to knock her out of the running to becoming the next Apprentice. While in Two Moons Britta discovers a link to her father that may be her undoing. She doesn't want anyone to link her with him in any way.Just like Shadows of the Master, I couldn't put this down. I was desperate to see what happened to Britta and how she'd talk her way out of trouble this time. I can't believe how addictive these books are. They're full of mystery and magic. I hope to read the other books in the series when they come out. The third book, The Towers of Illica, sounds just as good as the first two.

  • Michelle
    2019-03-20 02:31

    Book 2 in Emily Rodda's latest series "Star of Deltora" continues the tale of Britta's quest to win the right to become Apprentice Trader for the Rosalyn fleet.A few more clues and trails are laid in this novel .... They are ( maybe I am wrong) a little obvious to an adult.... But necessary plot developments all the same.Twists and turns, stumbles and redemptions ....just what a quest is all about.Definitely not a stand alone novel....the ending is not an ending....looks like I will just have to keep reading !!

  • Lisette
    2019-03-24 08:38

    Emily Rodda was my childhood favourite and I've read Deltora Quest way too many times to count, so I almost know them by heart, so it's really weird and great to read this series in the same style, but without knowing what to expect.

  • Prema Arasu
    2019-03-22 02:43

    A good introduction of economic capitalism and the free market for children

  • Ashley
    2019-03-14 08:56

    It was hard to put down, so I didn't. haha. Very enjoyable read. I am looking forward to the next one.

  • Armaghan
    2019-02-23 03:45

    من همین الان تمومش کردم و خیلی هیجان‌زده‌ام!😍خب از اول شروع کنیم: اون اوایل که می گفت جزیره ی ماریس اولین مقصده، من هی با خودم میگفتم: لعنتی، جزیره ی ماریسو کجا شنیدم؟ توی سرزمین سایه های دلتورا یه نفر اهل ماریس بود؟ خلاصه هر چقدر به خودم فشار آوردم یادم نیومد که ماریس رو کجا شنیدم.تا اینکه بریتا یه تیکه از کتاب زندگی یک تاجر (اگه اسمش رو درست یادم باشه) رو خوند که توش میگفت: یکی از اهالی ماریس به اسم نگهبان، کریستال قدرتمندی داره که باهاش میتونه آب و هوا رو کنترل کنه....اینجا بود که یادم اومد ماریس چیه و کجا دربارش خوندم! من نه توی مجموعه های قبلی دلتورا، بلکه توی مجموعه ی ماجرا های روون درباره ی ماریس خوندم! یعنی امیلی رودا یه جورایی دو تا از کتاباشو با هم ادغام کرده! که به نظرم خییییلی جالب و هیجان انگیز بود! ^~^اما با این حال بازم یه سری سوالات به وجود میاد... توی مجموعه ی ماجرا های روون، برای رفتن از دهکده ی رین به ماریس از راه زمینی رفتن. و هیچ جای کتابم نگفته بود که اینا توی یه جزیره زندگی میکنن...ولی توی "دو ماه" گفته که ماریس یه جزیرست... به نظرم دلیل این تناقضات میتونه این باشه که امیلی رودا از همون اول قصد نداشته که این دو تا مجموعه رو با هم ادغام کنه.یکی از شخصیتایی که از همون اول نظرمو جلب کرد، اسکای بود! خیلی خوشم میومد ازش. وقتی فهمیدم پسره خورد توی ذوقم!😐😂دوست دارم با شخصیت دیر لارستم بیشتر آشنا بشم. جالب به نظر میاد.و در آخر... من اولش میخواستم به این کتاب 4 ستاره بدم، ولی توی آخر کتاب وقتی یه مروارید طلعت توی موهای بریتا پیدا شد، به نظرم خیییلی مسخره اومد. :| به خاطر همین 3 تا ستاره میدم.

  • Julie
    2019-03-11 04:30

    Fun book! Whenever I pick it up I have trouble putting it down!

  • Tals
    2019-02-25 04:38

    This was an amazing book with awesome twists.

  • Leah
    2019-03-07 09:48

    This is an amazing series. I just read them one after the other so I don't even remember where this book ends and the next one begins but it's certainly worth reading.Obviously, read book 1 first.

  • Sunni
    2019-02-24 09:37

    A good follow up to the first book. Quite the end to the book! Looking forward to reading the next :)

  • Kat
    2019-03-09 03:45

    going to the library tomorrow to get #3

  • Katie Nordquist
    2019-02-26 03:31

    Great YA series! I had a physical reaction to part of this book. Rodda's text made me feel the experience & I was actually squirming along with Britta. I am really enjoying this series! I want to read it with my 10 year old but he might balk at the strong female protagonist (which I LOVE!) I've been pleasantly surprised by several revelations in the series & look forward to more.

  • Andrea
    2019-03-13 05:45

    Better than the first book, less time spent on exposition and more on the meat of the story. Having recently re-read the Rowan of Rin books I enjoyed the ties with that series, looking forward to book 3!

  • St Stephen's C C
    2019-03-24 02:51

    Britta is now aboard the Star of Deltora with her three rivals for the Trader Rosalyn apprenticeship. Nothing can prepare Britta for the terror that awaits her in the perilous, forbidden swamplands of Two Moons.

  • Zahro
    2019-03-02 03:39

    lmao I was genuinely going to write a review for this but I'm too heartbroken.I think it's enough to say this book's only 165 pages yet it took me six days to read because I needed so many emotional breaks.

  • Nella
    2019-02-26 04:40

    One contender out and more twists than in previous book

  • Kathy
    2019-03-03 05:54

    I devoured this book. Thoroughly enjoying this series!