Shop at The Scholastic Store for the best books for children, educational resources for kids, crafts for kids, teachings resources and more. All purchases earn. The Forests of Silence has ratings and reviews. Ahmad said: The Forests Of Silence (Deltora Quest, #1), Emily RoddaThe Forests of Silence was. All that stands against him is the magic Belt of Deltora with its seven s. map to guide them, two unlikely companions set out on a dangerous quest. land of the Shadow Lord, they struggle toward their first goal–the sinister Forests of Silence.

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When the Shadow Lord attacked, he and the prince fled the castle and found refuge in the forge he now lives in. By having the setting in a castle and a creep Emily Rodda’s book “Deltora Quest; The Forest of Silence” is a fantasy book with magic like no other.

The Forests of Silence (Deltora Quest #1) by Emily Rodda

Views Read Edit View history. They reach their goal, and Barda thanks Jasmine for leading them and tells her that she need not go any auest. Good enjoyable kids book that I still find myself turning to. I made a text-to-text connection. The Lake of Tears. View all 5 comments.

But it also has a slight pacing issue when the heroes are walking towards the forest it seemed fast and I think it could have been a bit longer to make the books pacing fo bit better but other than that the book was very good.

The kings and queens also let their power go to the administrative council, diminishing its power. Barda does not believe Jasmine when she says she can talk to trees and animals, and believes she is insane.

Though all these sections are entertaining and exhibit at least some of what makes this series so special, it is still unfortunate that the adventure is so brief, when in every other book it makes up the whole of the story.

The rest of the story takes place sixteen years later, when the child of the blacksmith is nearly fully-grown. A person identified as Jarred’s son and apprentice, Lief, has been born during this time. He has much to learn, and as he matures, you feel as if your maturing with him. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This page was last edited on 28 Marchat Gorl is a step better, and if you’re paying attention you’ll notice he already deviates heavily from what one might predict.


The blacksmith was crowned first king of Deltora. Adin later became king of the united land called Deltora; yet he never forgot that the Enemy was not destroyed. For instance, the climax of the action takes place with a Gollum-like revenant knight who is obsessed with living forever. The book’s resolution is impressively elegant, with a confluence of several events that save the heroes and make way for their quest to continue.

Its story sounds like the stuff of cliched epic fantasy — a young man, with a gruff mentor and a young woman as companions, goes on a quest to find seven magic gems and use them to defeat an evil overlord. I have got it but never read it Jul 08, Jenni rated it it was amazing.

Sharn replied that of course there wasn’t, but she knew Prandine would not believe her when she said so. Upon arriving at the tower silene, Endon, Sharn and Jarred silrnce that the guards outside were dead.

V series along with it is another, enjoyable show to binge watch. Many years pass, and both the boy and the King grow to adulthood, marry and have children. Marc McBride cover Kate Rowe any illustrations associated with the story, including maps and letters. When the gems are stolen and hidden in dark terrible places throughout the kingdom, the Shadow Lord forfst, and Deltora is lost. Jasmine, after a brief reluctance, rescues Lief and Barda, later to leads them to the Dark in the heart of Mid Wood.

Without the help of Jasmine, they would have been killed twice, possibly more. In secrecy, with only a hand-drawn map to guide them, quwst unlikely companions set out on a perilous quest. Never read it before but always wanted fkrest. Aug 02, Alexis rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Publisher Scholastic Press, a division of Scholastic Australia. It is the first book in the first series of Deltora Quest.

Anna, who was now with child, went to open the window, thinking it too warm in the room. Before he can explain in detail, Chief Advisor Prandine enters and accuses Jarred of treason. The evil Shadow Lord is plotting to invade Deltora and enslave its people.


There are also some YA themes – the main protagonist muses on death and futility in at least two places – which really earmark this book as for pre-teens.

I’ll be keeping these reviews free of spoilers for future entries while still oof what is in the book being reviewed and the preceding ones. Alarmed, she screamed out for Jarred. On Lief ‘s sixteenth birthday he, along with Barda a former palace guardleave Del on a quest to restore the Belt of Deltora by finding the gems.

Leif is the main character of this book and is noble and courageous, deltoea he is still young. Although one should not let my praise obscure that the books are ultimately a children’s series, it can be truly shocking just how dark and bizarre they often become, considering the target audience.

What a nice, quick read.

Deltora Quest 1 #1: The Forests of Silence Collectors’ Edition

Queen Sharn entered the chapel, and screamed when she saw Jarred, frightened by his appearance. The Lake of Tears. The belt is needed to fight the evil Shadow Lord, who cast the seven gems into seven extremely dangerous areas of the realm. More on that in later reviews, naturally. Thinking them to be Grey GuardsJasmine a girl who has grown up within the Forests attempts to steal Lief’s cloak. This relative complexity of plot and character is typical of YA literature in addition, several of the protagonists are orphans, which, as we know, is instant shorthand for all YA literature everywherebut the speed with which the protagonist is thrust into and accepts the adventure is typical of children’s stories.

Does the whole books feel like a rip off of the Lord of the Rings?

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