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The Ivory Needle

Mself he’ll kill only one time just to get enough money to survive Then he’ll find honest work Hold his head up againBy the time Chessie gets her brave on and finds the missing elephants the poachers are already closing in She must find the courage to risk her life in order to save another’s and Daniel must decide where he’ll draw the line thief poacher or accessory to murd. The Ivory Needle is a fun read that ventures into thematic territory I haven t seen much of elsewhere I wouldn t call it an overwhelming success but a book can be a modest success and still be entirely enjoyable and that is the case hereThe book s strongest point is probably Daniel s narrative He is an interesting and deeply sympathetic character thrust into unfortunate circumstances His narrative than Chessie s reveals the true horrors of poaching and the senseless slaughter of elephantsChessie s narrative by comparison is the book s clear weak point which is a shame since it composes so much of the book Chessie is hard to believe as a 16 year old if we were told she was twelve or thirteen her naivety and immature perspective might be understandable Even h

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An ancient ivory needleA desperate plea from beyond the veilOn a trip to Kenya 16 year old Chessie Chandler finds an ancient ivory needle and is suddenly connected to the spirit of the eons dead elephant that was murdered for its tusks With cryptic chants and strange symbols the spirit entreats Chessie to save the last of its once immortal tribe But Chessie does not believe in magi. I don t know what to say Right from the start this book holds magic in its words From the first dream that Chessie has to the last page The characters are lovelyespecially Gram This book is enough to make you still believe in magic

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C and she certainly does not believe in immortal elephants Even if the messages are real what’s she supposed to do about them Reckless adventures are so not her thingWhen 16 year old Daniel Olanga’s crops fail and his last goat is murdered by a starving lion he can no longer feed his family Desperate for work he’s coerced into a brutal gang of elephant poachers He promises hi. I voluntarily and gladly review this bookI received this book as a gift and I must confess that at first I thought it would be a silly one about the environment poor animals and so onThis great adventure in Africa caught me from the beginning Since I saw the cover I loved itLeslie Miller gives us great and complete descriptions not only about scenes Also about how the characters feel and think She does it with few and precise words so the reading turns interesting agile and very very enjoyableI am an outdoors person who cares for conservation and hunting is part of it I grew up reading about Africa and some other places In The Ivory Needle I liked very much the way the author explains animal rights to get their food even though they have to hunt and kill and th


About the Author: Leslie Miller

Leslie Miller grew up on a steady diet of Dr Seuss & Nancy Drew and is still on the lookout for wacky words & important clues even to this day An incurable bookworm growing up Leslie is surprised it took her so many years to start writing her own storiesIn her spare time Leslie tramples merrily through thrift shops loudly out sings contestants on The Voice and paints in both watercolors an



6 thoughts on “The Ivory Needle

  1. says:

    I don't know what to say Right from the start this book holds magic in its words From the first dream that Chessie has to the last page The characters are lovelyespecially Gram This book is enough to make you still believe in magic

  2. says:

    I voluntarily and gladly review this bookI received this book as a gift and I must confess that at first I thought it would be a silly one about the environment poor animals and so onThis great adventure in Africa caught me from the beginning Since I saw the cover I loved itLeslie Miller gives us great and complete descriptions not only about scenes Also about how the characters feel and think She does it wi

  3. says:

    The Ivory Needle is a fun read that ventures into thematic territory I haven't seen much of elsewhere I wouldn't call it an overwhelming success but a book can be a modest success and still be entirely enjoyable and that is the case hereThe book's strongest point is probably Daniel's narrative He is an interesting and deeply sympathetic character thrust into unfortunate circumstances His narrative than Chessie's revea

  4. says:

    FlascinatingI really enjoyed this book I love elephant stories they are such intelligent and miss understood animals Also liked the magic

  5. says:

    I voluntarily reviewed this bookMagic was real and the world was full itChesapeake and Bentley are shipped to Kenya to spend the Sumner with their grandmother who runs a Safari Camp Bent is all excited but Chessie can't uite figure out what their mother might be up to She resents being dragged into a summer sh

  6. says:

    The Ivory NeedleI loved this book It was one of the best reads I have had in a long time Thank you

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