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The Crystal Prison (Deptford Mice) by Robin Jarvis Online



The Crystal Prison (Deptford Mice)

The Crystal Prison (Deptford Mice)

  • Title: The Crystal Prison (Deptford Mice)
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  • ISBN : 9780340788639
  • Format : Paperback
  • Language : English
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Albert Mouse s children are out in the countryside with Madam Akkikuyu who is supposed to be mad but isn t She is however, haunted by the unquiet spirit of Jupiter, the evil Lord of the Rats.


Author Robin Jarvis

Robin Jarvis born May 8, 1963 is a British children s novelist, who writes fantasy novels, often about anthropomorphic rodents and small mammals especially mice and Tudor times A lot of his works are based in London, in and around Deptford and Greenwich where he used to live, or in Whitby.His first novel The Dark Portal, featuring the popular Deptford Mice was the runner up for the Smar




The Crystal Prison (Deptford Mice) Reviews (28)

  • In this second installment in the Deptford Mice Trilogy, Audrey makes a deal with the mysterious Starwife that she will journey to the countryside, taking the mad rat Madam Akkikuyu with her, in exchange for the Starwife saving her friend Oswald s life The two of them set off with her brother Arthur [..]

  • I think I liked this book even than the first but be warned that it is fairly dark, and sometimes violent It starts right after the end of Book One, and reading Dark Portal first is probably a good idea Small Spoiler I found it exciting and creepy a lot of the scary stuff comes not only from magic [..]

  • I am enjoying the Deptford mice series overall and this second installment was a good read I gave this 3 stars because i have a certain angst when it comes to religious fanaticism I generally don t like to read where an innocuous set of beliefs suddenly becomes violently intolerant and all sorts of [..]

  • I like that Jarvis writes darker material for children and doesn t shy away from themes like death, the occult and sacrifice, but his writing is lacking Everything is laid out plainly for the reader and redundant descriptions abound It s not enough that we get a reaction, we also get an analysis of [..]

  • I liked this trilogy in middle school, and this book is still really engrossing years later I liked everything about the relationship between the Starwife and her squirrelly minions that Jarvis lets his characters get themselves deeper into trouble through their own actions the general storylineI di [..]

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