5 Worlds Book 1: The Sand Warrior: (A Graphic Novel)
ISBN: 110193588X
EAN13: 9781101935880
Language: English
Release Date: May 2, 2017
Pages: 256
Dimensions: 0.59" H x 9.02" L x 5.98" W
Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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R. J. Palacio, #1 New York Times bestselling author of WONDER, hails this adventure series as Mind-blowingly beautiful. . . . A must-read.

Think Star Wars meets Avatar: The Last Airbender

The Five Worlds are on the brink of extinction unless five ancient and mysterious beacons are lit. When war erupts, three unlikely heroes will discover there's more to themselves--and more to their worlds--than meets the eye. . . .

- Oona Lee, the clumsiest student at the Sand Dancer Academy, is a fighter with a destiny bigger than she could ever imagine.

- An Tzu, a boy from the poorest slums, has a surprising gift and a knack for getting out of sticky situations.

- Jax Amboy is the star athlete who is beloved by an entire galaxy, but what good is that when he has no real friends?

When these three kids are forced to team up on an epic quest, it will take not one, not two, but 5 WORLDS to contain all the magic and adventure

A magical journey, as fun as it is beautiful --Kazu Kibuishi, #1 New York Times bestselling creator of AMULET

Bang-zoom . . . a series that promises to be epic.--The New York Times

This stellar team has created a gorgeous and entrancing world like Read More chevron_right

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   Fantastic World building and characters
Based on the best-selling novels by Frank Turner and Brian Stokes Mitchell, 5 Worlds is an amazing fantasy series with world-building. Beautifully written and illustrated with inclusion of many characters, personalities and points of view, this is a must-have for any booklover. But Strimbrand must overcome her loneliness and self-doubt for the sake of her people.
   Very entertaining
It was a very good read kept me out of the hole book the action started half-way through and I just fell in love with it.
   9 yr old daughter didn’t like
My daughter is only 9 years old and she is not even a baby. I'm not sure. She's read tons of graphic novels but this one really stands out. It's too serious for her to take a hit like that, McCartney said.
   It's A Hit
It's just that her 6 year old niece is enthralled. I am delighted, Beckham said. I was a bit scared it would be too advanced but she was sucked into the story almost immediately.
   Great artwork, engaging story, good for fans of avatar
My son and I absolutely love the show. The world building and character development is great, the artwork is engaging, and the pacing is great. He says it reminds him of the last season of "Avatar."
   Five Worlds for a special girl 2
Really nice print of this series, said Pauley. No bleeding, no blurred pictures. It's just that print is super. Thanks for the support.
   Beautiful art, engaging story
Like the Fifth Element, this book is a parable in the "American Masters" series. There's a gorgeous world that we learn about mostly from context, a plot that's maybe a little thin-predictable but sets things in motion for a nice epic, and an interesting cast of characters, he said. I can recommend it to my target audience and look forward to reading the next volume, he said.
   Great Book!
This is an amazing debut by a new artistic team led by Mark Siegel, said Brian Stokes Mitchell, Knopf's executive vice president. The book is reminiscent of the "Avatar" and "Amulet" series by Kazuki Kibuishi. The story begins with a professional athlete introducing a young athlete, and a slum kid trying to survive. Through a sequence of events, they are thrown together and placed in charge of saving the world by lighting a sacred beacon. The book introduces a lot of concepts and moves at a brisk pace which should keep audiences engaged, he said. The finished product is a delicate and beautiful rendering of the story in delicate detail. Thanks for the review, and I look forward to the sequel.