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Rowing strongerNow a full fledged Rambler Ray leads his friends on a mission into the heart of darkness Vital to their success is tracking down the legendary Wolf Tree rud to be a pathway to the spirit world Only with one of the tree’s limbs can the Nine Pound Hammer be repaired and the Gog’s terrible machine finally destroye If The Nine Pound Hammer was amazing then The Wolf Tree was extraordinary This book sucks you in right at the beginning with the talk of The Darkness This seuel was in my opinion suspenseful and kept me surprised the I read My favorite part was finding out thatwell I don t want to spoil it for you There were so many events happening that I couldn t put the book down Another thing I liked about it is that it s not only told in Ray s point of view this time around We get to see things from Sally s point of view and her feelings toward everything thats been going on We also get to see the thoughts and feelings of Jolie Conker and other characters in the book There are a few new characters introduced spicing the book up a bit also There were some HUGE surprises in this book Some uestions are answered but mostly new uestions asked Overall this is my favorite book in the series so far but I do have one to read so we ll see

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The Wolf Tree

D The search for the Wolf Tree grows desperate as the Darkness spreads threatening Ray his friends and all of humanityThe Wolf Tree is the second fantasy adventure book in John Claude Bemis’s series The Clockwork Dark and adds new layers of myth and magic to Bemis’s original take on American tall tales in The Nine Pound Hamme My son and I listen to books on tape all the time We listened to the 9 pound hammer and enjoyed it very much Then we started reading this book the cover said it was for kids 8 12 Not true 8 year olds should not be reading this book or listening to it This book has very graphic death scenes and racial slurs I am not light of heart nor do I believe in censorship However I do think perhaps that the publishers or whoever rates these stories should really think about who the audience should be I work in a library and asked one of the librarians how this system works She explained it a bit and said that the publishers never seem to get it right and the best thing to do was to come here and read reviews and try to make an informed decision

summary The Wolf Tree

So asks the sickly stranger who staggers into Peg Leg Nel’s birthday party Before the man dies he tells Ray and his friends of a Darkness spreading like wildfire across Kansas turning good people bad and poisoning anyone who tries to escape It’s clear that though the evil Gog is dead his devilish machine has survived and is g Language PG 1 swear 0 f Sexual Content G Violence PGA darkness is over taking part of Kansas and there is reason to believe it has something to do with the Gog s machine Ray and Marisol set out to look into it Along the way Marisol starts turning into the Rambler she knew she could be and Ray develops new talents Meanwhile Sally sets off on her own to find her father alone and without any knowledge on how to help herself depending on the lodestone and her father s book Conker and Jolie are another pair on their own journey They are determined to fix the Nine Pound Hammer Three journeys one ultimate goal destroy the Gog s machineI enjoyed this book almost as much as the first one With lots of action and different groups of people it was fun to read how they all eventually intertwined It also stopped me from putting it down for even a moment It made me sad to reach the end and even sadder when I realized I don t have the third one in my possession When I get it though I hope it lives up to the expectations raised by the first twoReviewed for


10 thoughts on “The Wolf Tree

  1. says:

    35 This starts slow very leisurely reintroducing the characters from book one and takes a while to get going It picks up steam as it goes alon

  2. says:

    The adventure continues and we learn about a whole bunch of things that have happened to the characters over the time that has passed since the conclusion of the last book

  3. says:

    Language PG 1 swear 0 f Sexual Content G; Violence PGA darkness is over taking part of Kansas and there is reason to believe it has something to do with the Gog's machine Ray and Marisol set out to look into it Along the way Marisol starts turning into the Rambler she knew she could be and Ray develops new talents Meanwhile Sally sets off on

  4. says:

    So often overshadowed by the first and second the beginning and end in any trilogy and yet my favourite of all three books The author's world building just got better and believe me it was pretty exceptional in the first book JC Be

  5. says:

    If The Nine Pound Hammer was amazing then The Wolf Tree was extraordinary This book sucks you in right at the beginning with the talk of The Darkness This seuel was in my opinion suspenseful and kept me surprised the I read My favori

  6. says:

    Not bad overall Definitely a 2nd book in a series in that you really need to read the first and the story doesn't have as nice a conclusion as does the original book because there are so many story threads open for the thirdI will say having so many viewpoints in this story made it less strong than the original where Ray

  7. says:

    I liked this one Not uite to a four but than just a threeRay is in the story but he is not nearly as central a character Sally takes on a much larger role as does Marisol and her snakes which still give me the creeps Jolie too And without giving too much away another character we did not expect to see againI don't uite get the whole machin

  8. says:

    My son and I listen to books on tape all the time We listened to the 9 pound hammer and enjoyed it very much Then we started reading this book the cover said it was for kids 8 12 Not true 8 year olds should not be reading this book o

  9. says:

    In this second volume of “The Clockwork Dark” many of the characters of the first book travel throughout the country learning new skills

  10. says:

    The second book of the Clockwork Dark series finds the main characters separated and new characters joining the fray The underlying element of ecology or conservationism comes to the forefront but not to the detriment of the story In fact it becomes a driving force in the story almost a character The chemistry between the characters many of whom have paired up here grows Is there even a bit of romance develop

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