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  • Night Gate
  • Isobelle Carmody
  • English
  • 02 November 2017
  • 9780375890895

10 thoughts on “Night Gate

  1. says:

    I have a weakness for books like this There is just something so compelling about a young character bravely goin

  2. says:

    I first read this book when I was 13 years old Back then I would have rated it five stars This time around I found it a little bit less organized and coherent and a little bit confused and disjointed I still thought the cha

  3. says:

    I have set myself a tentative goal to read all of Isobelle Carmody's novels in the next year or two and with that in mind I borrowed the audiobook of Billy Thunder and the Night Gate from the libraryI uite enjoyed this story although it is not my favourite book I've read by Carmody One of the things that I love about Carmody's stor

  4. says:

    It is some years since I read this book but I seem to recall thinking it was an okay read but nothing I didn't like a main character

  5. says:

    I liked the Obernewtyn Chronicles which Isobelle Carmody started writing while in high school However I couldn't get into this book at all

  6. says:

    Isobelle Carmody is one of the best writers ever It must be because she's Australian a lot of my favorite authors are AustralianBut seriously

  7. says:

    I love the kind of books where you get a load of characters who are all lovable and different from one another Night Gate definitely has thatI got into the flow of the story right away Rage whose name first gave me the impression that she's possibly a troubled and angry child with temper issues lol the main char

  8. says:

    Night Gate starts rather uickly and doesn't leave much room for introduction but it's still interesting The writi

  9. says:

    Overall this book was nicely written and original I didn’t like the beginning To me it felt fluffy at that point I deeply regretted getting

  10. says:

    It's categorized as fantasy but its of a futuristic dystopia The whole book has that interesting yet creepy feel which exists in all dystopia stories I would consider this sci fi than fantasy The animals that are literally personified in the story are strange and don't seem to retain any of their animal nature which defeats the purpose of personification But in the end I found myself getting attached to the characters

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Night Gate

Rage Winnoway’s closest friends have always been her four dogs Bear Billy Thunder Elle and Mr Walker When Rage sets off for the hospital where her mother lies in a coma the dogs and the neighbor’s goat tag along On the way they run into the firecat who talks them into going through a magica I first read this book when I was 13 years old Back then I would have rated it five stars This time around I found it a little bit less organized and coherent and a little bit confused and disjointed I still thought the characters were gorgeous and very likable but something just felt a bit off maybe I m just a bit too old for this kind of story and that s all it is Either way I do love Isobelle Carmody s work but I am frustrated that she has four series she hasn t finished including this and the Darksong trilogy which have had over 12 years wait for the final installment It s a bit ridiculous and disappointing but I just imagine this book as a stand alone as I believe it was initially planned to be and save myself another agonizing 12 years wait for a final that may never appearAlso can someone please do some fan art for this book I think there is so much potential but I have the artistic ability of a spatula

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L gate And something wonderful happens Each of Rage’s friends is transformed Bear becomes a real bear; Billy Thunder a teenage boy; Elle a warrior woman; Mr Walker a small large eared gentleman; and the goat a satyr with an inferiority complex Together Rage and her companions embark on a uest I liked the Obernewtyn Chronicles which Isobelle Carmody started writing while in high school However I couldn t get into this book at all

Summary Night Gate

To save the world of Valley a journey that is somehow tied to Rage’s family In this brilliant tale of courage and transformation Isobelle Carmody captures the magic of Narnia and the whimsy of Wonderland without losing sight of the real world and all its difficulties From the Hardcover editi I love the kind of books where you get a load of characters who are all lovable and different from one another Night Gate definitely has thatI got into the flow of the story right away Rage whose name first gave me the impression that she s possibly a troubled and angry child with temper issues lol the main character s mother is in coma and dying Rage isn t allowed to see her and by the sounds of things Rage is stuck with the most disagreeable adults in the country Luckily she has her doggie friends with her So Rage decides to run away and search for the hospital her mother is staying in Her dogs come with her of course and even the neighbors goat Eventually she finds a magical gateway and is thrown into another world through it This world has magic in it but it is dying From there on her uest becomes MUCH greater than just finding her way back to her mother it becomes uite dangerous for her and her transformed friends I really loved the adventure that took place it was exciting nerve wracking FUNNY had lots of giggles and just Fun Night Gate was a fun book to readThe story felt very long for a 255 page book I do wish that the ending was explained after Rage came back into her own world but I guess that s what the seuel is for With that said I can hardly wait to read it


About the Author: Isobelle Carmody

Isobelle Carmody began the first novel of her highly acclaimed Obernewtyn Chronicles while she was still in high school The series has established her at the forefront of fantasy writing in AustraliaIn addition to her young adult novels such as the Obernewtyn Chronicles and Alyzon Whitestarr Isobelle's published works include several middle grade fantasies Her still unfinished Gateway Trilogy