Chasing the Prophecy

Chasing the Prophecy

Book - 2014
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Nov 26, 2018

An excellent book. There is no objective material and it is very well written. A word of caution: it is also very sad. But despite that I loved it and hope to read more like it.

Oct 12, 2018

it was a good book.

Jun 29, 2015

It is a good book but the end is not that great

Jun 27, 2015


Wow. Even as a children's book, this novel does not censor heavy themes such as loss and sacrifice. The thrilling conclusion to one of my favourite series brings about the deaths of many of my favourite characters - a strong way to set it apart from sugarcoated children's books of pure victory and success. This is why I liked it so much - it teaches that true victory requires sacrifice, and as Tark puts it "sacrifice is trading something good for something better". Wise for its intended audience and beyond enthralling, this book is definitely going to be a constant re-read.

May 03, 2015

Ok guys, just read everything Brandon Mull has written they are all totally awesome! and this this too.

Jan 26, 2015

I COUDNT STOP READING THE FIRST BOOK I READ IT IN HARRISON HOT SPRINGS SO FUN!! but im not sure if this is the second book so plz tell me ima check this book out for now

Aug 05, 2014

Last book of the series! One of the BEST series ever! Looking for humor, adventure this book is definitely roght for you!

Mar 02, 2014

Never have I been so emotionally destroyed by a work of fiction. That said, it's easily my favorite out of the trilogy. The plot and character developments were unexpected and completely kept me guessing. Riveting read; bit of a surprise ending. Wonderful series!

Doctor_10101 Jan 15, 2014

SO SAD!! What has this done to my feelings?! Nah, just kidding. This book is the best of the trilogy, even though there's more death than in the other two books.

Dec 18, 2013

I'm SOOO sad that this was the last book.

Nov 13, 2013

THIS BOOK IS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AWESOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jul 17, 2013

Brandon Mull is an amazing writer. The whole book kept me at the edge of my seat. On a scale from 1-10 Chasing the Prophecy would be a 9.5. I finished the first half of the book in a week, since I'm a slow reader, but I finished the second half in two days. I just couldn't stop reading. I recommend this book to people ages 8 and up. To sum up, one of the best fantasies I've ever read.

Jun 05, 2013

This was an absolutely incredible book, the perfect ending to an incredible trilogy. The plot was perfectly spaced, always twisting and turning but grounded in humor, friendship, faith, and loyalty. I loved how clever, resourceful, and wise the characters were, and how neatly everything was tied together. The morals presented in this book were noble and inspiring, the characters were unique yet easy to relate to and root for, and the action first rate. As an avid lover of fantasy and books in general, I highly recommend this to people of all ages. Of course, read the first two books in the series, A World Without Heroes, and Seeds of Rebellion! All in all, an exciting, well-written fantasy epic.

May 10, 2013

Great ending to the series.. I have thoroughly enjoyed all of Brandon's books. Fablehaven series was fantastic. Chasing the Prophecy was intriguing from the start... full of action and surprises.

May 03, 2013

I think the first book was the best but I will have to say that "Chasing the Prophecy" is one of the better fantasy books I have read.

Apr 21, 2013

Chasing the Prophecy – Beyonder’s Trilogy, book 3 - was an excellent conclusion to Brandon Mull’s trilogy which included: ‘A World Without Heroes’, and ‘The Seeds of Rebellion.’ I highly recommend this trilogy and Brandon Mull’s 5- book Fablehaven series to my contemporaries. Doctor-at-Bass! T. A.

JasonZhu1 Apr 03, 2013

such an awesome book
i wish there was another one...

Dec 04, 2012

it's epic just epic

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