The Keepers: The Box and the Dragonfly

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Horace is a normal boy until he finds a warehouse, and gets a magical box that allows him to see and transport things to the future. He meets a girl, Chloe, who can walk through and enter things. She is able to do it because she has a dragonfly necklace that allows her to. They have to resist the Riven, and make sure the Riven don’t take their Tan’ji, which are the box, the dragonfly, and other magical items. To ensure that the Riven don’t take their Tan’ji, they must enter one of the Riven’s nests and destroy a crucible that allows the Riven to stay sane.

This book has a lot of struggle and suspense, and it doesn’t always turn out as planned, but it is exceedingly fun. Chloe is probably my favorite character because she is brave and courageous; if Chloe hadn’t been there, Horace wouldn’t really have done anything. It is fun that the setting is in modern-day America, because it makes you feel like this could happen to you. If there will be more books, I would love to read them!

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Author Ted Sanders
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 544 pages
Publisher HarperCollins
Publish Date 03-Mar-2015
ISBN 9780062275820
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Issue March 2015
Category Tweens


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