Anni Moon and the Elemental Artifact

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Anni Moon and the Elemental Artifact

Anni Moon and the Elemental Artifact Anni doesn t know about Elementals Funk Zephyrs excited talking Bat Rat creatures and least of all Dragons All that changes when her best friend Lexi is kidnapped and forces beyond Anni s control

  • Title: Anni Moon and the Elemental Artifact
  • Author: Melanie Abed Hisham Abed
  • ISBN: 9780990706212
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • Anni doesn t know about Elementals, Funk, Zephyrs, excited talking Bat Rat creatures, and least of all, Dragons All that changes when her best friend Lexi is kidnapped and forces beyond Anni s control trap her on a hidden, floating island in the Elemental world In a race against time, Anni sets out to save her friend Along the way, she finds allies among the Elementals,Anni doesn t know about Elementals, Funk, Zephyrs, excited talking Bat Rat creatures, and least of all, Dragons All that changes when her best friend Lexi is kidnapped and forces beyond Anni s control trap her on a hidden, floating island in the Elemental world In a race against time, Anni sets out to save her friend Along the way, she finds allies among the Elementals, but she is also presented with a choice, one that might help save Lexi If Anni agrees to an ancient, open ended contract, will her sacrifice cost her than she s bargained for Or will it land her in the middle of an age old war between the humans, Elementals, and the dreaded Fectus

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    1. Mauoijenn ~ *Mouthy Jenn* ~ on said:

      *NetGalley book review*I enjoyed this book so much, I decided to read it to my son in the evenings before bed. He very much enjoyed it. I loved the characters, such imaginative details and the world they live in. We laughed and had a great time getting lost in this. Such a great book.

    2. S.W. on said:

      An enchanting tale. Recommended for readers 8+.Anni Moon is the story of two orphan girls. They're the best of friends, Anni and Lexi, who live together at a private girl’s school, Waterstone Academy, which has been owned and run by a family for many years. In fact, it's the very same family who are their guardians.Their whole life is turned upside down within a short period of time when both of their guardians mysteriously disappear and the girls learn that the school is to be sold to the mea [...]

    3. BookLoversLife on said:

      Anni is an orphan but when her guardians disappear and her best friend is kidnapped, Annis life changes forever. She is dragged into a world she never knew existed and has no idea what is going on. Never the less Anni plows through and knows she has to rescue her friend before it's too late. This was a pleasant surprise and I really enjoyed it though at the start I was a little lost, kind of like Anni! Once it all came together though and I was caught up, I really liked it. Character wise - Anni [...]

    4. Elsbeth on said:

      Wonderful story about friendship, growing up and lots more. Wrapped in a magical world of colourful creatures.At first I had trouble with the many different characters, who are introduced in a short time. (Maybe a list of characters at the beginning of the book could solve that?). Combined with a lot of unanswered questions, make it not an easy read at first. But when you keep reading, more and more mysteries get solved and the adventures keep you flowing through the book! You just have to keep [...]

    5. Bill Tillman on said:

      Fantastic mid-sized fantasy novel. A true whirlwind experience,keeps you turning pages till the end. Can you say double cross? Anni is one driven young lady focused on finding her BFF Lexington. Which takes Anni into another see world where humans have a nasty disease "Funk". A magical ride.

    6. L.J. Capehart on said:

      Well, that was quite an adventure! Melanie Abed created a very imaginative and interesting world. As you read through, you learn more about this world full of interesting characters, and some secrets are slowly revealed. But there are still secrets that I suspect will be revealed in later books, and I'm looking forward to the sequel. Very good first book! Hopefully it's only the first!I was given a copy of this in exchange for my honest review.

    7. Sami Jo on said:

      What an incredible book! Not only is the story full of mystery and fun that will suck you right into the author's fantastical world - but there are also some beautiful illustrations all throughout! You'll love the imaginative tale Melanie has woven for you! Would make a wonderful Christmas gift for your young reader! Middle Grade - Grades 4-6 (and adults, too!) :)

    8. Melissa on said:

      What a great book! I loved that this is one book I can recommend to my children as well as my friends. It captures your attention right away. You will find this hard to put down and then when you're done you will want to read it again!

    9. Jenni Schell on said:

      What a wonderful book. It was full of adventure and was just a lot of fun. I hope there are many more books in this series to come.

    10. Myrnie on said:

      fun little readDefinitely for children- a fun read but the plot line jumps everywhere. I think this will be a fun read for my grade schooler.

    11. C.J. Milbrandt on said:

      At the disappearance (and presumed death) of their caretaker, the headmistress of a girls' school, Anni and her best friend Lexi are being evicted from the only home they've ever known. But strange things begin happening. Anni meets a talking bat. She hears a voice in her head. And then Lexi disappears. Desperate to save her, Anni stumbles into the realm of the Elementals. New friends and old secrets. Mirrors and Zephyrs. Prophecies and precious stones. This story has stunning world-building, an [...]

    12. Tony Parsons on said:

      Anni Moon (13, (Elementals) dressed in her mandatory Waterstone Academy girl’s school uniform. Suddenly a bat/rat winged like creature spoke to her.Lexi (Alexa) Waterstone (Elementals) was her roommate. Teddy Waterstone (Uncle) was Lexi’s legal guardian & Mabel Moon (Aunt) was Anni’s legal guardians. They both had once ran Waterstone Academy. Murdrock had now taken over the Waterstone Academy.Mable (Elemental) however left Waterstone Academy. Teddy vanished 9 months later. Headmistress [...]

    13. Pammycats on said:

      Anna Moon & The Elemental ArtifactBy: Melanie AbedI received an advanced reader copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.Story SynopsisHis book is ideal for young people - perhaps 10 and up.This is a mystery set in an alternate reality in England. The story moves between the viewpoint of two best friends (Anni Moon and Lexi Waterstone). Lexi is kidnapped and Anni must find her. Along the way, Anni finds out about Elementals, the Elemental world that lies within our world, prophecie [...]

    14. Domoni on said:

      Anni Moon and her best friend Lexi are orphans. They have been raised in an all girls school by their guardians, whose families have always run the school and for Anni especially, it has not always been easy. Anni’s beloved guardian Mabel disappeared and was declared dead three years ago which made things even harder. Now Lexi’s guardian has disappeared and been declared dead too. The school, their only home, is being purchased and everything is changing. Suddenly an impossible creature, a f [...]

    15. Annk on said:

      A cute story full of fun and adventure. This story follows Anni Moon and her best friend, Lexi Waterstone. The two girls knew very little about themselves, are both orphans, and have each lost the one person that they looked at like family. And as the story begins, they are about to lose the only place they have ever called home, Waterstone Academy for Girls.There are changes in the girls lives that they can’t control, so the first chance that they get to have a little say in their lives, they [...]

    16. Roberta Gibson on said:

      Anni is an orphan who is going through some difficult times. Her guardians have mysteriously disappeared, and are presumed dead. Even worse, the school where she has been living, Waterstone Academy for Girls, is being sold and she might have to move. When her best friend and fellow orphan Lexi also disappears, Anni knows she has to do everything she can to save her.While writing the first book in what is destined to become a fantasy series, the author must devote some time developing the paramet [...]

    17. Kristen Jett on said:

      My immediate response upon finishing Anni Moon was to rush to the author's website to sign up for a newsletter - I have to know when the next book will be released. This is a darling fantastical read that is bound to appeal to all ages. The contemporary realm blends beautiful with a whimsical realm full of its own words, foods, and creatures. Anni and Lexi are orphans - twice over, actually, as their guardians have gone missing. They still have each other thougheven if they may be getting booted [...]

    18. Jessica Bronder on said:

      Anni and Lexi live at Waterstone Academy, which seems like a normal school for children. But things have been happening. Both have lost their caregivers under mysterious events. And now the school is going to be purchased and things are getting worse. When the current headmistress disappears like the last one, things start getting exciting.Anni and Lexi get separated and Anni gets thrust into a new world of Elementals. But Lexi has some knowledge and is stuck in a far worse adventure. Between th [...]

    19. Myra on said:

      This story had so many elements and characters and scenes that were really fun. That's why I give it 4 stars even though it has some huge issues that prevented it from being awesome.First, I had no idea it was set in Chicago, let alone the real world, until part way through. The very first chapter starts with a girl named Anni Moon at a boarding school of some kind, and she is approached by a flying bat/rat (named Brat!). Flying bat/rats—sure. No problem. But Anni goes bonkers, and laughs it o [...]

    20. Lady on said:

      Secrets Great And SmallThis series must be read in order. This is the first book.Anni and Lexi are both orphans who know nothing of their true origins. They have grown up together as wards of the joint owners of a very special boarding school. Each has secrets from the other they were bound by their guardians to never tell a soul But if you can't trust family then who can you trust? Both girls' guardians are missing and presumed dead so now truly they only have each other to rely on. Will they u [...]

    21. Nicole Henke on said:

      This book is aimed at kids 8-18, but I thoroughly enjoyed it as well! The author takes Harry Potter, Nancy Drew, Tolkien, Narnia and Ramona Quibley and shakes them all together, and comes up with the most wonderful tale of friendship and courage for young girls, I've seen in a long time! If you're getting your child a tablet or ereader for the holidays, make sure this chapter book is on it!I literally could not put the book down once I started to read it (I previewed it for 8 YR OLD DAUGHTER) an [...]

    22. Susan Milby on said:

      Anni Moon & the Elemental Artifact is an action, adventure story geared towards middle grade readers. The adventure begins with Anni and Lexi who are both orphans. They are growning up together as young wards of the owners of a special boarding school. Anni and Lexi have no idea where they came from or who their birth parents were. Both Anni and Lexi have special secrets that they were bound by their guardians to never tell a souleven each other.As the story continues, their guardians go mis [...]

    23. Terra Kelly on said:

      Anni is just a young girl trying to figure out her place in a world gone topsy turvy. Her guardian went missing years ago but her saving grace was her best friend Lexi. Now even she has gone missing and there are weird creatures and a place in the sky! A strange world filled with voices in her head and something called a rat bat . and most mysteriously of all . Elementals. This book is adorable! It is definitely better for younger readers, probably under the age of 14. It's a cute quick read tho [...]

    24. Alleluialu on said:

      I read this book upon request of the author. In my opinion, young readers - middle school, junior high - would really enjoy it. Personally, I am open to nearly any kind of book no matter what age the intended audience. This book had all kinds of interesting characters and mysteries to solve. The main character, Annie Moon, was adventurous, strong and clever. I liked that about her. She also cared deeply for her friends and those she regarded as family. She wasn't freaked out - well, not for long [...]

    25. Paula on said:

      Great story, memorable characters! This book kept me engrossed from the moment I began. The characters were well portrayed, and Anni's developing friendships were revealing of some of her innermost feelings. I really loved that Anni was so open and her thoughts really let us understand her. The voice in her head was a curious phenomenon that added intrigue to the whole of the story. The plot had enough twists and turns and was different enough that I think sequels will not feel like the same ol' [...]

    26. Lenita Sheridan on said:

      I received all free copy of this book from Story Cartel in exchange for my honest review. The cover and inner illustrations were excellent. Melanie Abed has a phenomenal imagination. The best part about the book is the author's cliff hangers. She changes points of view and then leaves the reader hanging. One has to read through an entire chapter to find out what happens next. I also like the idea of a female heroine. Anni is a strong character, a good model for any young girls who might be readi [...]

    27. Chris Meads on said:

      This is one of those books that become memorable like the Harry Potter series. It's about two orphans who live in a magical world, (they are humans supposedly) among Elementals, that make up the Earth.Strange things are happening and the two girls go on unexpected journeys full of danger, mystery and intrigue. They both meet strange people along the way, like Brat, who is part rat and part bat.The chapters are short and the illustrations lend well to the story. This is a great read for all ages, [...]

    28. D.B. on said:

      Author, Melanie Abed, has created a delightful fantasy world where magic abounds. Her characters are strong and adventurous. There is action, mystery, and suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Even though, Anni Moon & The Elemental Artifact, is written for children ages 6 through 12, this grandmother loved it. A good story is a good story and I will definitely share it with my grandchildren.I highly recommend this book to the young and old alike. It is a great read for fantas [...]

    29. Marilyn M. Sharp "Amea" on said:

      ImaginativeImaginative middle grade story. This was a very pleasant surprise. If you like Brandon Mull's Fablehaven, or The Beyonders series, you will enjoy Annie Moon & The Elemental Artifacts.This story is well crafted however, at times it seems like the "supporting" characters are more important than the main character. I think this is done with purpose as at the end you find out Anni's special importance. It felt like each "friend" will have an important role in future stories. Similar t [...]

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