[KINDLE] ✽ The Guardian of Isis (Isis, #2) Author Monica Hughes – Thegreatwallonline.us

The Guardian of Isis (Isis, #2) Epub The Guardian Of Isis Isis, 2 Author Monica Hughes Jwdfitness.co.uk Years Have Passed On Isis, But Life Has Gone Backward, Not Forward Under Their Leader, Mark London, The Settlers Have Abandoned The Technological Knowledge Of Their Forefathers Upper Isis Is Now A Forbidden Zone, And The History Of The First Inhabitants From Earth Has Been Replaced By Myth But One Inquiring Young Man Yearns To Know The Truth, And Soon He Gets The Chance To Find It.

[KINDLE] ✽ The Guardian of Isis (Isis, #2)  Author Monica Hughes – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • The Guardian of Isis (Isis, #2)
  • Monica Hughes
  • English
  • 16 August 2018
  • 0887765092

10 thoughts on “The Guardian of Isis (Isis, #2)


  1. says:

    The Isis trilogy takes a turn for the dystopian in this installment The Guardian of Isis is set two generations after the The Keeper of the Isis Light, so those that were children in the first book are now grandparents However, things on Isis have gone astray, with the settlers abandoning technology completely and living in a complex system of hierarchy and taboo A few characters from the first book reappear and the changes are remarkable.I really enjoyed this book,than the first in fac The Isis trilogy takes a turn for the dystopian in this installment The Guardian of Isis is set two generations after the The Keeper of the Isis Light, so those that were childr...


  2. says:

    Yet again the publisher failed Monica Hughes by writing the entire plot of her novel on the dust cover Seriously, don t read the summary, the book is only 140 pages I found the plot line as expected with biblical similar...


  3. says:

    Second volume in the Isis trilogy In this, the third generation of children have been born and a rigid, taboo bound society has developed in the colony that was established in the first volume Survivors of the original colonists are labelled Firsts , their children Seconds and so on down to Fourths.Jody is the youngest Third and finds himself a misfit, partly because of the enmity between his grandfather of the same name, who was rescued by the Keeper of the Isis Light, Olwen, in the firs Second volume in the Isis trilogy In this, the third generation of children have been born and a rigid, taboo bound society has developed in the colony that was established in the first volume Survivors of the original colonists are labelled Firsts , their children Se...


  4. says:

    definitely an awesome sequel to Keeper of the Isis Light this is not to far ahead into the future but those that were kids in the the first book are now grandparents in this one and I love how her books aren t just awesome stories which they are but there always seems to be something that you can take away like when you re done you just feel wiser which may sound a little silly but i just love Monica ...


  5. says:

    I liked this story better than the first one Even though the parable like nature of the story was a bit heavy handed, I enjoyed it This time we see how the colony has established itself, so much so that they have begun to mythologize and forget their origins Mark London is president and has become completely corrupted by his power He rules the colony arbitrarily and disapprovingly, fostering a complicated series of taboos that few people bother to question It makes you wonder about the soci I liked this story better than the first one Even though the parable like nature of the story was a bit heavy handed, I enjoyed it This time we see how the colony has established itself, so much so that they have begun to mythologize and f...


  6. says:

    As much as I adore The Keeper of the Isis Light, I am not a huge fan of books 2 and 3 The Guardian of Isis follows up decades later where we find Olwen s original home has suffered a fate similar to Bilbo s scoured Shire in The Lord of the Rings Spoiler alert, there is no satisfying punting of Sharky from these borders I almost feel abused by the author Yet this book is such an easy read it would be hard to convince Isis lovers to skip it.Like the sequels to The Hunger Games, Isis 2 and 3 su As much as I adore The Keeper of the Isis Light, I am not a huge fan of books 2 and 3 The Guardian of Isis follows up decades later where we find Olwen s original home has suffered a fate similar to Bilbo s scoured Shire in The Lord of the Rings Spoiler alert, there is no satisfying punting of Sharky from these borders I almost feel abused by the author Yet this book is such an easy read it would be hard to convince Isis lovers to skip it.Like the sequels to The Hunger Games, Isi...


  7. says:

    I liked the book but it felt like it was missing a book in between this one and the first one Also the thought of the forced forgetfulness from the original settlers to the ignorance of the new generation I ...


  8. says:

    Muchenjoyable thank the first Isis novel This is the book where I took a much greater shine to the Isis story It held this young, impressionable 7th grader s fickle attention from start to finish.


  9. says:

    This one made me deeply sad I loved the Keeper of the Isis Light, I loved, loved, loved the characters, and seeing what happened to them thirty years later was kind of harrowing for a kid But a wonderful book, all the same.


  10. says:

    An orphaned girl on a distant planet is cared for and genetically altered by her devoted guardian This is book two in which she is full grown and isolated due to her differentness from other earth settlers.

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