The longer books with more sophisticated fantasy-themed content are perfect for more mature readers who love the graphic novel format. Vivid illustrations and a fascinating, yet mysterious, storyline keeps elementary ages coming back to hear more about Emily’s journey.
Emily and her friends think they’ll find the help they need in Cielis, but something isn’t right. Streets that were once busy are deserted, and the townspeople who are left live in fear. Emily is soon escorted to the Academy, where she’s expected to compete for a spot on the Guardian Coucil, a group of the most powerful Stonekeepers. But as the number of competitors gets smaller and smaller, an awful secret is slowly uncovered – a secret that, if left buried, means the certain destruction of everything Emily fights for.
Amulet proves that while graphic novels may look like longer comic books, there’s a level of sophistication and imagination that captivates fluent readers and could be scary to younger ages who happen to come across the series thinking that the books are for them.
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