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  • ISBN 0439543436
  • ISBN13 978-0439543439
  • Language English
  • Author Elizabeth Kay
  • Publisher Chicken House; Reprint edition (June 1, 2007)
  • Pages 320
  • Formats lrf rtf mbr docx
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1187 kb
  • Size Fb2 1362 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 528

On the other side of the DIVIDE, magical creatures are real and humans are the stuff of myths! Part 1 in the incredible, unforgettable trilogy.Felix is spending what may be his last summer in Costa Rica, that odd global crossroads where two continents meet and two oceans part. Perched on an abyss, Felix loses consciousness and falls through The Divide. When he comes to, he's in another world: one where legendary animals are real. And he soon discovers that all these wonderous creatures think HE'S the mythical beast with magical powers. Guided by his newfound friends Betony, an elfin girl, and Ironclaw, an eagle-eyed, owl-eared, lion-pawed brazzle, will Felix find his way back home? And will he find a cure for his weak heart?

The Divide trilogy is a fantasy young adult novel trilogy by Elizabeth Kay, which takes place in an alternate universe. The three books are The Divide (2002), Back to The Divide (2005), and Jinx on The Divide (2006)

The Divide trilogy is a fantasy young adult novel trilogy by Elizabeth Kay, which takes place in an alternate universe. The three books are The Divide (2002), Back to The Divide (2005), and Jinx on The Divide (2006). The first novel was originally published by the small press publisher Chicken House (now a division of Scholastic), with subsequent volumes published by Scholastic, which also reprinted the first novel.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A unique and humorous fantasy that weaves a cast of eccentric and charming characters into an incredible adventure story. When Felix's parents take him to The Divide -a spot in Costa Rica where the waters that run down to the Pacific and Atlantic oceans separate-Felix finds himself in a bizarre parallel world where mythical creatures and magic are a reality. On the other side of the DIVIDE, magical creatures are real and humans are the stuff of myths! Part 1 in the incredible.

Elizabeth Kay is the daughter of a Polish father and an English mother. She originally went to art school, and she is also an illustrator. See if your friends have read any of Elizabeth Kay's books. Elizabeth Kay’s Followers (55).

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Elizabeth Kay works as a teacher as well as a professional writer and illustrator. She has published radio plays, short stories and poetry, and two novels for children-The Divide and Back to the Divide. The final book in the Divide trilogy will be published in the summer of 2005

Elizabeth Kay works as a teacher as well as a professional writer and illustrator. The final book in the Divide trilogy will be published in the summer of 2005. In the story of thirteen-year-old Felix, The Divide provides a mixture of imagination and humor. While on vacation in Costa Rica, Felix, who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening heart disease, falls into a fantasy world.

Author Elizabeth Kay. Categories: Fiction. Books by Elizabeth Kay: Back to the Divide. 10 2. 10. Jinx On the Divide.

BACK TO DIVIDE By Elizabeth Kay - Hardcover BRAND NEW . After his adventures in THE DIVIDE, Felix lives quietly at home with his parents. I like it, because my son loves these books, but has not owned them yet. So, I'm getting it for him for a Christmas present! Thank you, so much!!

BACK TO DIVIDE By Elizabeth Kay - Hardcover BRAND NEW. But Snakeweed, the arch villain, is still at large. Having failed to sell bad magic to the real world, he wants to go back home. So, I'm getting it for him for a Christmas present! Thank you, so much!! Вам также могут понравиться. Текущий слайд {CURRENT SLIDE} из {TOTAL SLIDES}- Вам также могут понравиться. Rowling Hardcover Books. Dan Brown Hardcover Books.

Find nearly any book by Elizabeth Kay. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Back to the Divide: ISBN 9781904442479 (978-1-904442-47-9) Softcover, Gardners Books, 2005. Back to the Divide: ISBN 9780545064002 (978-0-545-06400-2) Softcover, Scholastic, 2007. by Elizabeth Kay. ISBN 9780439543439 (978-0-439-54343-9) Softcover, Chicken House, 2007. Find signed collectible books: 'The Divide'.

On the other side of the DIVIDE, magical creatures are real and humans are the stuff of myths Part 1 in the incredible, unforgettable trilogy. Felix is spending what may be his last summer in Costa Rica, that odd global crossroads where two continents meet and two oceans part. Perched on an abyss, Felix loses consciousness and falls through The Divide. When he comes to, he's in another world: one where legendary animals are real.

Talk about The Divide


Cetnan
Dragons training as living aircraft, a math prodigy griffin, student elves accidentally animating objects when they fail spelling tests, a doglike beast called a worrit that kills with corny jokes and pratfalls... On the surface, this looks like a Fluffy Bunny story, but this bunny has teeth. Victims of the worrit feel helpless terror even as they're doubled over in laughter, and death in the alternate world is just as final as it is on Earth, with no crossed fingers or convenient magical outs. Environmental destruction and pharmaceutical malpractice lie at the heart of the story, with clear stakes of life and death for the characters. No race or species comes across as all good or all evil; there are shades of grey even among the demonlike sinistroms. The characters all have lessons to learn, and the plot moves at a decent pace, building to a nice climax that sets up Book 2. Unexpectedly enjoyable!
caster
An excellent, engaging tale. I loved the realism of the main male character: self-centered, a little selfish, but still easy to empathize with. Perfectly natural for a child. The "other" world was fascinating, and so were the characters which populated it. It was gritty and realistic, but not morbid or hopeless. Perhaps the only thing I found perplexing was the treatment of death. Several characters died, but their deaths were glossed over by other characters. Even so, this was a very enjoyable read. I highly recommend it.
Anarius
Absolutely wonderful book.
A must read!
Both in this series sits proudly upon my bookshelf.
Truly an awesome story!
Thanks Elizabeth!
Aedem
The book has a bit of wear and tear, but that doesn't matter. This is one of my favorite books that I've read as a kid. And I wanted to own the hardback cover of the book. Just the way it opens up is what's the most interesting thing for me. And its what I remember most about the boom itself. And that's why is special to me.
Delaath
I love the Divide! I read a lot of young adult adventure fantasy, so sometimes they tend to blur together. But not this one. The Divide has always stood out to me as a fresh and humorous adventure! The world is detailed and the characters are wonderful. I love it!
Give it a chance if you really like fantasy adventures. You won't be disappointed.
Mora
I read this book when I was younger and I tried to find it everywhere I'm so glad that Amazon had it!
SkroN
This amazing and brilliantly written story stimulates the imagination with clever names of mythical creatures existing in a parallel dimension. The author weaved a delightful tale with a profound ending. Highly recommended. Thank you.
While this first book of the trilogy has a bit of a slow start, the action picks up soon enough and offers plenty of fun surprises. One of my favorite aspects of this series is that many of the characters are not only non-human, but also non-humanoid. While there are elf, pixie, brownie and goblin analogues, many of the characters are more unusual. There are griffin mathemeticians, unicorn guides and sages, dragons which serve as a public transport system, and even an intelligent flying carpet!

The later books in this series pick up on the foundation laid in this book, and take the story to new places that are well worth the read!