Friday, January 20, 2006

Skybreaker

I liked Kenneth Oppel's Airborn, and I think Skybreaker is even better. Matt Cruse identified the long lost Hyperion(a ghost airship) in the first book. In this one he teams with Kate deVries who was with him on the Aurora and Nadir, a gypsy, who has a key to what they hope will be the treasures on the Hyperion and Hal who has a fast airship (Skybreaker).


The characters in this book are well developed. There is adventure and some romantic tensions. As the story continues the reader learns the motives of each of the adventurers. They must endure dangerously high altitudes and pirates to seek the riches that the ship that disappeared over 40 years before may have to offer. I think that this sequel is even more exciting than Airborn.

The characters in this book are well developed. There is adventure and some romantic tensions. As the story continues the reader learns the motives of each of the adventurers. They must endure dangerously high altitudes and pirates to seek the riches that the ship that disappeared over 40 years before may have to offer. I think that this sequel is even more exciting than Airborn.

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