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by Adam Rex Pagoni,Panama Oxridge

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ISBN:
0956712207
Author:
Adam Rex Pagoni,Panama Oxridge
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Inside Pocket; 1 edition (January 1, 2012)
Pages:
416 pages
EPUB book:
1434 kb
FB2 book:
1283 kb
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1210 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
248


Thyme Running Out book.

Thyme Running Out book. Make the time between releases Five years is a long time to wait for a sequel in the frantic world of modern children's publishing where most authors are expected to turn out at least one book a year, possibly even more. For example, when Darren Shan's new Zom-B series hits the book shops in 2012 the intention is to release one book every three months.

Justin Thyme (Tartan of Thyme 1). Panama Oxridge . in Books Teens Science Fiction & Fantasy Science Fiction Time Travel. I think the book runs totally out of puff about two thirds in, yet again building up to needing a further book to reach the conclusion - maybe - which will make it (at least?) the classic trilogy format. The first two thirds of this, are thankfully - absolutely utterly brilliant and it was this point that the author should have either had something genuinely beefy up his, her sleeve to allow the tale to continue (whether just this book or any further books), or wrapped it up nice and neatly.

Items related to Thyme Running Out (Tartan of Thyme). Oxridge, Panama Thyme Running Out (Tartan of Thyme). ISBN 13: 9781908458001. Thyme Running Out (Tartan of Thyme). While the threat of the Thyme Curse closes in, Justin's life is thrown into chaos as Sir Willoughby plans a secret trip in the time machine; his sister, Robyn, mysteriously disappears; and Eliza the gorilla is acting oddly aggressive.

Thyme Running Out (Tartan of Thyme).

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Place of Publication. Once a successful author of picture-puzzle books, Panama Oxridge accidentally happened upon the secret of time travel and, ever since, has been forced to adopt a pseudonym, wear a series of disguises and move house thirteen times! One day, the author would like to travel back in time to the historical moment young Isaac Newton discovered gravity.

From the "Tartan of Thyme" series, volume 1. by Panama Oxridge & illustrated by Adrian Poxmage. Time, and Thymes, play central roles

From the "Tartan of Thyme" series, volume 1. Time, and Thymes, play central roles. In line to become the 25th Laird of Thyme, Justin is a 13-year-old scientific genius whose redoubtable mother, Lady Henny, is kidnapped in the wake of discussions with his (seemingly) amnesiac father about actually building a time machine.

The Sprig of Thyme, The Seeds of Love, Maiden’s Lament, Garners Gay, Let No Man Steal Your Thyme or Rue (Roud is a traditional British and Irish folk ballad that uses botanical and other symbolism to warn young people of the dangers in taking fa. .

The Sprig of Thyme, The Seeds of Love, Maiden’s Lament, Garners Gay, Let No Man Steal Your Thyme or Rue (Roud is a traditional British and Irish folk ballad that uses botanical and other symbolism to warn young people of the dangers in taking false lovers. The song was first documented in 1689 and the many variants go by a large number of titles. In one version of Maiden’s Lament, the narrator tells her audience to keep their gardens fair and not to let anyone steal their thyme.

While the threat of the Thyme Curse closes in, Justin's life is thrown into chaos as Sir Willoughby plans a secret trip in the time machine; his sister, Robyn, mysteriously disappears; and Eliza the gorilla is acting oddly aggressive.
  • Hamrl
Very good
  • Nargas
Excellent writer and book! I need to find other books by this author...
  • Bliss
Following on from my review of the first book, which was basically my being enthusiastic about it apart from the fact that in my opinion, it does not work as a standalone and badly needs this follow-on, I moved on to this. And I am so disappointed. I think the book runs totally out of puff about two thirds in, yet again building up to needing a further book to reach the conclusion - maybe - which will make it (at least?) the classic trilogy format. The first two thirds of this, are thankfully - absolutely utterly brilliant and it was this point that the author should have either had something genuinely beefy up his / her sleeve to allow the tale to continue (whether just this book or any further books), or wrapped it up nice and neatly. Going out on a limb, I will take the risk and say that I think most readers will have groaned as the story dragged on wordage wise but had petered out essence wise, and would have indeed preferred a good wrapping up shortly after the unmasking of the baddy spy.

I am not sure if anyone else has noticed, but there is no great current presence of the author or the Tartan of Thyme series on the internet. The site is there but not updated and there are no clues as to when the next book is due out - if at all. It may seem odd as I admit that this is rather a negative review, but if a third book did come out, then I would of course still read it, hoping that the great spirit which it started off with, shows a resurgence.