Start your review of Seeds of Rebellion Beyonders, 2 Write a review Shelves: young-adult , fantasy-magic By the end I was almost ready to give this book five stars. The concluding chapter packed a powerful emotional punch. There is no wasted space on boring histories of the world, Lyrian just It exists, Jason and Rachel are there, displacers, manglers, Edomic I felt like I understood the world perfectly. Sometimes fantasy series spend so much time trying to explain the world, By the end I was almost ready to give this book five stars.
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Jason knows that the shocking truth he learned from Maldor is precious information that all of his friends in Lyrian, including Rachel, need if they have any hope of surviving and defeating the evil emperor. Meanwhile, Rachel and the others have discovered new enemies—as well as new abilities that could turn the tide of the entire quest. Once the group reunites, they strive to convince their most-needed ally to join the war and form a rebellion strong enough to triumph over Maldor.
Jason ventures north to Ithilum to throw off a torivor in pursuit, while Tark travels to Fortaim to warn the Blind King that the word was a fraud. While on the northern side of the river, he encounters a family of giants who try to kill him. Luckily, the torivor arrives and frightens them away.
It also kills a man who attacked it. When Jason arrived at Ithilum, he met up with Ferrin, and a smuggler called Aram, who was half-giant. Together, they escaped Ithilum unharmed, and took out a large group of conscriptors.
Nedwin was also there, along with Dorsio and Chandra , who were both loyal assistants to Galloran. The group used orantium to kill the guards and continued on their way.
After some time, they finally arrived at the Sunken Lands. While within the sunken lands, leaches attacked and pulled Chandra underneath the water, drowning her. Once they had reached the far edge of the Sunken Lands, the group split up.
One half, led by Nedwin, went to find Corinne, while Galloran, Dorsio and Rachel entered the former city of Darvis Kur , which was now called the Drowned City , in search of the monster that was once Orruck. The reason for finding him was so they could ask him for orantium, as the former wizard guarded a large supply of it.
When bargaining failed, and Orruck attacked, Rachel used The Word to undo him, and with help from Ferrin and Tark, the group extracted the orantium from the water. They found hundreds of globes, as well as some larger ones called Gatecrashers. The other half of the group returned safely with Corinne, who exchanged information about the past several years.
Then the group set out once more on their way to the Seven Vales to convince the Amar Kabal to join the rebellion. To block pursuit, Nedwin used a gatecrasher to cause a landslide behind them as they made their way to the gates of the Seven Vales.
Tark is rushed to the gate because he caught lungrot from the Sunken Lands and needed to be treated immediately. While within the Seven Vales, it is revealed that Nedwin also had the disease, and he was also taken to treatment.
At the meeting, things heavily escalated to the point where Naman , the leader of the Conclave, threatened to betray Corinne to Maldor. Galloran and Naman dueled, and with help from Rachel and Corinne, Galloran won. After that, the Conclave agreed to send a delegation to the Temple of Mianamon to seek a prophecy from the oracle. On the way, the delegation passed through Howling Notch, where two seedmen where left behind, and Ebera , the forsaken kingdom, filled with undead, where another seedman was infected by the Goma Worms.
At last, with the help of several Drinlings , the group arrives at the last inn, where they are ambushed by Duke Conrad , and an army of manglers , conscriptors and displacers. However, Galloran came to the rescue using a new pair of eyes from Maldor. Then they traveled to the southern jungle, where they are attacked by treefolk , using darts that spread moss over their bodies.
It involved Jason, Farfalee, Jasher, Corinne, Nia, Aram and Drake traveling to the Celestine Library to recover information on the last abode of Darian the Seer , finding his abode and retrieving a secret from within. The oracle assured that if both quests succeeded, Maldor would lose. They just had to hope.
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Main events[ edit ] Beyonders follows the exploits of a slightly neglected, thirteen-year-old boy, Jason Walker. Jason leads a relatively normal life until one day at the zoo, when he notices strange music coming from the mouth of a hippo. After wandering a short way, he learns that the group of musicians playing the music that he heard are called the Giddy Nine and that they plan to ride a raft over a nearby waterfall. In an attempt to save them, he talks to the rescue squad present and asks them why they are not rescuing the band. The archer states that they are just there so that if someone decides to turn back they can help. He aims to shoot the line onto the boat in order to give the band something to grab onto, but instead, his shot goes awry and the arrow pierces the shoulder of one of the musicians. One musician is able to jump to shore before the line is cut by the archer but the rest plummet off the edge of the waterfall.
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