The Heir of Mistmantle

The Heir of Mistmantle

M.I. McAllister Omar Rayyan Margaret McAllister / Jan 27, 2020

The Heir of Mistmantle King Crispin and Queen Cedar have just had a baby daughter Princess Catkin and everyone on Mistmantle Island gathers for the joyful celebration of the Naming Ceremony But the day after the princess s

  • Title: The Heir of Mistmantle
  • Author: M.I. McAllister Omar Rayyan Margaret McAllister
  • ISBN: 9780786854905
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Hardcover
  • King Crispin and Queen Cedar have just had a baby daughter Princess Catkin and everyone on Mistmantle Island gathers for the joyful celebration of the Naming Ceremony But the day after, the princess suddenly disappears Urchin and all the brave captains are dispatched to bring back the princess, but come back empty handed All clues point to Linty, an older squirrel whoKing Crispin and Queen Cedar have just had a baby daughter Princess Catkin and everyone on Mistmantle Island gathers for the joyful celebration of the Naming Ceremony But the day after, the princess suddenly disappears Urchin and all the brave captains are dispatched to bring back the princess, but come back empty handed All clues point to Linty, an older squirrel who had gone mad with grief when two of her children had been culled during evil Husk s reign The islanders fall further into crisis as a mysterious illness takes hold and begins to spread There are whispers that perhaps Husk is still alive and seeking his vengeance In this newest entry in the epic Mistmantle Chronicles, the islanders will have to overcome their greatest fears to save Catkin and bring stability back to their beloved island.

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    1. The Heir of Mistmantle is the third in the Mistmantle Chronicles series. The basic storyline of all the novels is that a group of animals (mostly squirrels, otters and moles) live on the island of Mistmantle and through the course of the books something bad/mysterious happens and everything is sorted out by the end. This reminds me of a more juvenile version of the Redwall books by Brian Jacques - there is less fighting, but still interesting animal characters. Overall, I think the series is goo [...]


    2. Een goed slot, waarin nagenoeg alle nog openstaande vragen worden beantwoord. Deze keer komt het kwaad bovendien niet van buiten het eiland, maar van binnenuit. Sterk uitgangspunt, en een een mooie wereld met sympathieke personages.


    3. I really admire this book for its main conflict. After two books where the main villains are elaborate to an almost cartoony fashion, it is really a neat little twist to have the main conflicts be natural disasters, rumors, and distrust. There is no bad guy that Urchin has to take on - the closest you get to a villain is a mentally ill nurse who is driven to paranoia (and the book makes sure that you pity her instead of wish her dead like with Husk and Silverbirch) and a handful of grumpy Mistma [...]


    4. This book is a fitting conclusion to an epic and underrated children's seriesexcept, its not a conclusion. I was immensely surprised to hear of the third and fourth books to follow and thoroughly enjoyed the rest of the series. that aside, this book makes since as the middle of the series, a turning-point of sorts. The conflict of this book really feels a bit more grown-up than its predecessors. This book takes the focus away from Urchin and turns to the turmoil of the island itself when disease [...]


    5. Summary: Urchin and his friends return in a brand new, fun, exciting, and mysterious world. As always jumping right into the adventure, queen Cedar and king Crispin have a baby daughter, who is named Catkin. One day a terrible plague spreads through mistmantle and many animals get sick. On top of all that Catkin goes missing, and all the evidence points to Catkin`s caretaker, Linty. While Catkin is missing the queen is too busy tending to the sick to look for her. Will Catkin be found and is Hus [...]


    6. What begins as a joyous, celebratory time for the creatures of Mistmantle soon turns into a time of testing their courage, wisdom, love and loyalty. The island and its inhabitants are again beset by forces of nature and evil that threaten their lives, their homes and the very way they live together. Kidnapping, floods, disease and the whispered return or Husk bring out the best and worst of the creatures of Mistmantle Join King Crispin, Queen Cedar, the Circle of Animals and, of course, Urchin, [...]


    7. From this point on I will buy every signle book in the series that will come out in the future cause it will be this good.The maid squirrel (or babysitter/nanny, forgot who she was) was a bittso, I gotta admit. Didn't like her character exactly but oh well, every book has likable and dislikable characters.I read this book in a record setting time of half a day it was just such a page flipper. Of course I didn't read every. signle. word, cause that's not my style, but I understood it so well that [...]


    8. I don't know if we enjoyed this book quite as much as the first two books. Two chapters in and my son was getting a little antsy because 'nothing was happening yet'. But in the end we still enjoyed it, and spent most of his sick day yesterday finishing it up. I love the themes that McAllister weaves into her books, such as facing up to fear, finding our identity, trust, etc. There are always moments that make me want to slow down the reading and let the words soak in to both of our hearts. So ma [...]


    9. The third book in The Chronicles of Mistmantle series. The King and Queen of Mistmantle have just had a baby girl named Catkin. As the population rejoices Catkin disappears from her cradle. Then a drought strikes, a plague starts, and animals start to see Husk, who is supposed to be dead. Urchin and his friends struggle to save Mistmantle from itself and find the missing heir. Juniper must also face a terrible truth about himself.


    10. In this story, Urchin the squirrel has returned to Mistmantle and Logan was thrilled to have him back with the other characters he likes: Crispin (now king) & Captain Padra. Many adventures, dangers, friendships, and happy endings. These books were written for Logan. It's true that there are religious overtones here, but we don't care. As with Narnia, it really goes right over L's head anyway. He's more interested in the close friendships and loyalties and the fighting for right in the world [...]


    11. I have loved reading all the Mistmantle chronicles. This is just a great story! I love all the little animals and their personalities. I love their courage and their hearts. I think the underlying current of Godly love and brotherly kindness is refreshing! The main idea is that Gossip and rumor are as dangerous as an evil villain. Urchin the squirrel is not the only one with a mystery this time Juniper is searching for answers.


    12. I was very excited to read this book because I really liked the first two. However, the beginning of the book seemed a repeat of the first two and it was weighed down by too many characters making it difficult to keep track of them. But the book got much better and had several interesting twists. In the end, I think this book was the most satisfying because it brought several of the characters to maturity and great achievement. And there is always a nice religious undertone.


    13. A well-written children's novel in the style of Redwall, featuring various animal characters. Nicely done in both plot and characterization. I have enjoyed them, as has my 8-year-old daughter, and my 6-year-old son is working his way doggedly through book 1. So glad I stumbled upon this author, whose books have not yet disappointed me.


    14. in this third installment of the mismantle chronciles, little catkin, king crispin and queen cedar's daughter, is kidnapped. as urchin and the other circle animals attempt to find her, disease plagues the land and threatens the health of the island. to make matters worse, there is a deluge of rain that may create deathly mudslides. as always, a quick read.


    15. Lovely, as alwaysmight try to write up a review later, but suffice to say that Ms. McAllister has woven yet another delightful tale about the Mistmantle characters we love so much. Beautiful and heartfelt storytelling at its finest.


    16. I was debating between rating this book a two or a three. In the end, I chose a three because I did like the book, I was just bored. Not as good as the first one (or even the second one), but still an acceptable book to read.


    17. Loved it. One young squirrel finds out who his father is and has to learn he has already become a much better creature. we can't make up for the past of our relatives. all our favorite characters are back for this tale of heartbreak, new birth, new idenities, and the Heart that guides us all.


    18. You think Redwall is scary, action-packed, sad? Well then, you've never read this. This is a must-read. So complete and beautiful--it would take too long to describe it. If anything, just go check it out.






    19. Again, really good! Not as much battle scenes as the first two books but I loved it all the same. I love Mistmantle!



    20. I enjoyed this one a lot; the characters developed well, and I especially enjoyed watching Juniper and Sepia become more distinct characters.


    21. Again, refreshing is the word that comes to mind. These books are great bedtime companions and I find them sweet, light and effortlessly enjoyable.






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