I’ve been reading – but with the beginning of school, I have not taken the time to tell you about the books. I’ve decided to remedy that. I have a large pile to tell you about – so here’s a start.
Right after reading I, Q: Independence Hall, I went to the bookstore to get the next book. It had taken me quite a while to read this series after all, Skye and Matt recommended it to me four years ago. But good books stay good until you find them. That is certainly true for this series. I, Q: The White House continues following “Match” on their national concert tour. After performing in Philadelphia they make a quick stop at the White House to perform a private concert for the President, his daughter and son and select invitees.
That is exactly what the terrorist ghost cell has been waiting for. They quickly activate their plan, sure to cause chaos in the United States. They have infiltrated the White House staff and are waiting for the perfect moment to disrupt the country. The twist and turns of the plot had me eagerly following Q and Angela through the White House, meeting the President, learning more about the SOS and keeping track of the plots and counter plots. Complicated, exciting and intriguing!
Boone and Croc remain a the key to the puzzle of who is working with whom and how they are connected. Though as more of the past is revealed, and the actions of the present become clearer, questions emerge and linger. The more you learn, the more mysterious it all seems. Will Angela’s mother stay alive? Where is the next ghost cell waiting? Will the President’s daughter, Bethany be safe? Are people really who they claim to be?
This thrilling spy adventure surrounds you with interesting characters, richly detailed places and exciting action. You’ll be wonder “what-if” all the way to the end and when you finish, just as you did when you finished the first I, Q, you’ll have to get the next one and keep reading.
When I finished The Golden Door, I couldn’t wait to read The Silver Door. Though there are many books waiting in my pile, I began reading it as soon as it was in my hands. I love how Emily Rodda creates places and bring their inhabitants to life. Weld is not a nice place to live, but because Rye and Sonia live there I want to be there with them. I want to understand why life is the way it is there. I want the best for them and I so hope their lives will be easier. I hope those they care about will find some happiness by the time their quest comes to an end, but I am not certain my wishes will come true.
I think this is one of the beauties of these books. While good prevails, evil still exists and I am left wondering what will happen to the characters I care deeply about. What will happen to the Warden’s daughter? How are the lands found by going through the gold door connected to the lands that are found on the other side of the silver door? How did magic come to be and why does it seem so corrupt? Is it only about power and who has it? What has upset the balance so that so many people live in fear and endure so much deprivation? I can’t wait until September 24 for The Third Door, the last part of the trilogy so I can find the answers to my questions. Emily Rodda’s characters, stories and writing are a real treat that I hope many readers find and enjoy.