“I thought this was a wonderful book! Maybe one of the best so far in the Pendragon series.”Ashley wrote this review Tuesday, March 29, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“In The Rivers of Zadaa the water has run dry and the tribe in control of the water Rokador are blamed. The Batu, a warrior tribe that shelters the Rokador, are deprived of water and without water the food can't grow. Bobby the main character has linked up with his friend Loor and must solve the water problem and stop the entire war from happening. Suddenly, Bobby gets thrown into a battle ring with a gruesome batu who is really Saint Dane (Bobby's demon enemy) and he is beat to near death. Zadaa is really shaping up to be a particularly gruesome territory. Can Bobby survive? The Rivers of Zadaa is an amazing book,perfectly paced. It loses some of the excitement towards the end, but it comes back in the last five pages. The book's major fault is there are some unresolved questions in the end of the story. Hidden throughout the book are some amazing secrets and twists. I strongly recommend "The Rivers of Zadaa" the sixth book in the Pendragon series to 5th-8th grade readers.”sean l wrote this review Friday, March 25, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This is one of the best books in this series. It is really interesting. I could not predict what would happen. There was a lot of action.”Alec Ferguson wrote this review Saturday, March 26, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“super fantastic!! amazing!!”Colton Reddell wrote this review Thursday, March 17, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“The book was good, the ending was better. It's one of those real cliffhanger endings that just makes you run to the library or the book store to read the sequel. There were a lot of confusing things, but I can roughly understand them. One of the most confusing things that happened were at the end.
First, the quick healing and Loor coming back from the dead. What I think is that there is a... "Council" who chose the Travellers, and chose what was "meant to be". I also think the "Council" were made up of all the Travellers who have died. I can also explain why the Travellers who died didn't come back. Press Tilton, Seegen, and Osa were from the earlier generation, so that's obvious. But Kasha died and stayed dead. I guess it was "meant to be". Of course there is also the theory of Bobby Pendragon actually saving Loor, which brings me to the next thing.
Andy Mitchell. Very mysterious guy. At first, he is a bully, but then we find out he is smart with numbers. Then at the end, he heals Courtney Chetwynde. Now that was very confusing. What do I think? I think Mitchell is Saint Dane. Think, if (big IF) Pendragon actually saved Loor, could it mean that all Travellers could heal people, including themselves?
Of course everything I've said is just a big speculation.”
“Totally probably the best one, cant remember all of them well enough. but this one im pretty sure is the best”Kauriana wrote this review Tuesday, February 1, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“all I can say is... the fight is on”Colleen D wrote this review Sunday, January 23, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“all I can say is... the fight is on!!!”Andrew D wrote this review Saturday, January 22, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“ one of the characters that surprised me the most was pendragon when he asks himself "am i human". if he isn't human what else could he be? But then humans don't heal as quickly as he does humans get sick humans don't have persuasive powers. And they definitely can't raise people from the dead. so i guess the question he asks is the right question after all.
one of the things that surprised me the most about the text was when Saint Dane killed Loor and she came back to life. but was it her powers as a traveler or was it bobby or both? and that is what brought up the unsettling question in the paragraph before. and now courtney and mark are starting to ask the same questions. is he human? is he even from 2nd earth?
i think that the most important word in this text is hala it's a word spucifice to this series. Halla means everything that ever was, is, or will be. that means every territory. territory is another important word. what it is, is there are ten different worlds only they aren't called worlds they are called territories.
if I could change the ending of this book i would make it so that mark
at least tell Courtney about bobby liking loor and just get that out of the way. and she shouldn't care because the hole reason she is in the hospital is because she was flirting with some guy. i would also make it so that bobby somehow knew about her flirting with some guy because then he wouldn't fill so guilty. ”