Saturday, August 15, 2015

Isle of the Lost by Melissa De Le Cruz

Let me just start out by saying OH MY GOSH!!!! This book was amazing. I hope that they do more Disney Decendants books soon to continue the story after the movie!

What was the book about you ask? Let me take a minute to tell ya!
This book was about the children of disney characters like Belle & Beast, Maleficent, Jafar, the Evil Queen, Cruella DeVil, and more! The main focus is on the villains sons and daughters. All of the villains and their sidekicks were banished to an island with a forcefield to keep out magic but one day Carlos, the son of Cruella, and Evie, the daughter of the evil queen, were in a treehouse working on a machine to possibly take down the forcefield and a big spark happened! The basic way to say what happened there, is THEY POKED A HOLE IN THE FORCEFIELD!!!!!!! WOW AWESOME RIGHT??!! The two kept it a secret until Evie heard Mal, the daughter of Maleficent, talking to Jay, the son of Jafar, about how her mother wanted her to find the Dragon's Eye (Maleficent's scepter which was hidden on the island and apparently didn't work because of the forcefield). Let me go back a little bit, Maleficent's bird and scepter were of no power and turned to stone somewhere on the island, but when the whole BOOM SPARK thing happened, they turned back to what they once were which caused Maleficent's bird to find her and tell her how the scepter came to power!

Now back to where I was. When Evie overheard Jay and Mal talking, she went up to them and explained what had happened! Mal and the others then went to Carlos's house to get answers. A couple chapters later, they all embarked on a journey to find the scepter (which I won't spoil for you)

IN ALL OF THIS, there are a couple chapters about Prince Ben, the son of Belle and Beast, making a proclamation to let some of the children of the Isle of the Lost live in Auradon (the kingdom with all the fairytale come trues, princesses and princes) The proclamation is made at the end and in the movie, where the story continues....

Overall it was an amazing book with awesome detail! I give it 5 out of 5 stars. Recommended for all ages!

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