The Gathering

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The Gathering

The Gathering Justice and the First Unit travel to Dustland once again Can they destroy evil and save the future world Knowing they have unfinished business in the future Justice the Watcher Thomas the magician

  • Title: The Gathering
  • Author: Virginia Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9781453244975
  • Page: 486
  • Format: ebook
  • Justice and the First Unit travel to Dustland once again Can they destroy evil and save the future world Knowing they have unfinished business in the future, Justice, the Watcher, Thomas, the magician, Levi, the sufferer, and Dorian, the healer, again combine to form their unit and time travel to Dustland The unit hopes to guide the beings of Dustland out of the dangeroJustice and the First Unit travel to Dustland once again Can they destroy evil and save the future world Knowing they have unfinished business in the future, Justice, the Watcher, Thomas, the magician, Levi, the sufferer, and Dorian, the healer, again combine to form their unit and time travel to Dustland The unit hopes to guide the beings of Dustland out of the dangerous, barren place in the hopes of finding a safer home But neither the unit nor the inhabitants of Dustland are truly safe as long as the sinister Mal remains in power Will the unit be able to overcome Mal once and for all The Gathering is the third and final installment of Virginia Hamilton s dystopian fantasy series, the Justice Trilogy, comprised of Justice and Her Brothers, Dustland, and The Gathering This ebook features an illustrated biography of Virginia Hamilton including rare photos from the author s estate.

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    1. Kristina on said:

      In The Gathering, the children go back to Dustland to save their ragged semi-human, half-dog, half-lion, flying dinosaur creature-friends from Mal (a dark energy that wants to keep them trapped on nasty ole Dustland--Mal is telepathic too) and lead them out of Dustland. I'm not really sure how everyone gets from Dustland to Sona (I skimmed a lot here, I'll admit it) but I think they just basically walked from one area to another. So they get to Sona, which is a nicer place, and they are greeted [...]

    2. Kristen on said:

      I think this book was the best in the series because pieces of the time travel/ future world finally started to make sense, and, for my own work, I appreciate that the cultural commentary becomes most clear in this installment. That being said, this series will probably never be a favorite of mine because I have a really hard time envisioning and understanding the complex future world and the rules of the universe Hamilton has created here. Even after reading all three, there are still pieces of [...]

    3. Kirsten on said:

      This is the third book in the Justice Cycle. Justice and Her Brothers was flawed but very intriguing and promising. Dustland was even more confusing, but I had hope that the third book in the trilogy would straighten out the confusion. No such luck. The first fifteen or so pages are written in an alien voice that's so convoluted and obscure that I almost put down the book in disgust. It gets a little better, but as a whole it ends up being a completely confusing morass. It's as though Hamilton h [...]

    4. Daniel Korn Korn on said:

      I really liked this book. It was very science fiction themed, which is one of my favorites. I really liked how the main theme of this book was time travel, every author/T.V. show/ movie producer has their own vision of science fiction and time travel. I think it's interesting seeing other people's visions. I think this one is perticularly cool because the issue had to do with people becoming lost in time travel and being stuck in between transporations. I recomend this book for anyone who enjoys [...]

    5. Evan Smith on said:

      The Gathering is an interactive book for people who believe time travel and science. If you want to read this book, you might want to be prepared for a jump through time.

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