[Reading] ➿ The Gathering Storm (The Hidden World of Changers #1) By H.K. Varian – Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk

The Gathering Storm (The Hidden World of Changers #1) When Four Middle Schoolers Discover That They Can Transform Into Mythological Animals, They Become Part Of A Powerful, Hidden World The World Of Changers In This Wild New Urban Fantasy Series.Mack, Fiona, Darren, And Gabriella Aren T Exactly Friends At Their Middle School In Fact, They Couldn T Have Anything Less In Common But When They Start Developing Powers, Including The Ability To Transform Into Mythological Animals, They Find Out That They Are Changers, A Magical Line Of Shapeshifters That History Has Forgotten But There S Little Time For Questions A Powerful Warlock Is Racing Toward Their Town, Destroying Everything In His Wake Can Mack, Fiona, Darren, And Gabriella Harness Their Newfound Powers In Time To Save Their Home Can They Even Stop Arguing Before The Last Bell


10 thoughts on “The Gathering Storm (The Hidden World of Changers #1)

  1. says:

    Easy reading, fast paced and imaginativeRecommended to all my children and grands What a youth or young adult book should be Clean Encouraging Good values.


  2. says:

    Varian, H.K The Gathering Storm The Hidden World of Changers , 167 pages Simon Schuster 2016 17.99 Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Four students in middle school are surprised to find their last class for the day is P.E Independent Study They barely know each other, but Mack, Fiona, Darren, and Gabriella all become connected when they learn they are Changers Each of them have the ability to transform into mythological creatures Not long after they start to explore their newfound abilities, they learn that a powerful warlock is heading for their town I was hooked from the second page of th...


  3. says:

    An interesting beginning of a new series Although a bit predictable, it would be excellent for those middle schoolers who like fantasy, adventure, action, and diversity Makato Kimura discovers that he is a kitsune fox spirit and has special Changer powers He meets others like him a selkie<...


  4. says:

    It was a fun kids read Good for a 4th grader to 6th It was a clean read no swearing or vulgar words One part had a mild sarcastic remark send no serious violence Kept interest, would read out loud.


  5. says:

    Even I give credit for the world building and incorporating different mythologies in way that grade schoolers can enjoyI found the plot to be very cliche and stereotypical plus the short length made things feel too rushed.


  6. says:

    An okay read.


  7. says:

    The BEST book I ever read It was SO awesome ANIMALS


  8. says:

    The mark of a good juvie book is capturing and keeping the attention of the child reading And while my eleven year old self would have loved this book, my adult self was not as big of a fan The premise was enticing and the storyline had promise unfortunately the book felt rushed The mark of a great juvie book is one that as an adult, I can still read an...


  9. says:

    This was a fast, easy read about a group of kids who are not friends, but find out that they have a common bond They need to pull together to save the people they care about, and to figure out who they are as a team.This will be good for a 5th grade book talk.