6 edition of Back to the Divide found in the catalog.
Back to the Divide
August 2, 2004
by CHICKEN HOUSE (EGMO)
Written in English
|Contributions||Ted Dewan (Illustrator)|
Back to the Divide. [Elizabeth Kay; Ted Dewan] -- Felix must return to the Divide, a magical otherworld full of fantastical creatures, so that he can find the countercharm that will cure his . Buy The Divide: A Brief Guide to Global Inequality and its Solutions 01 by Hickel, Jason (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(58).
When Felix's parents take him to "The Divide," a spot in Costa Rica where the waters that run down to the Pacific and Atlantic oceans separate, Felix finds himself in a bizarre parallel world where mythical creatures and magic are a reality. Back to the divide. [Elizabeth Kay] -- Snakeweed who followed Felix home, has failed to set up his devious spell-potions business. Now he wants to go across the Divide, and he's come for the enchanted formula hidden in Felix's notebook.
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In the second title of the trilogy, Back to the Divide, Felix must save his parents from a dangerous curse.
The evil Snakeweed freezes Felix’s parents in a curse that also endangers the Earth. Felix must work to free his parents and save the world/5(21).
Back to the Divide Felix crosses over the divide once again after Snakeweed turns his parents to stone. In search for the counter charm he finds the city of Andria has been taken over by a japegrin who is supposedly worse than Snakeweed, his name is Fleebane/5.
Back to the Divide Hardcover – January 1, by Elizabeth Kay (Author)/5(21). Felix is back in the real world after his extraordinary adventure in The Divide.
But so too is Snakeweed, the villainous japegrin, who's followed him home - and he /5(16). Back to the Divide by Kay, Elizabeth and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at After his amazing adventures in The Divide, Felix returns to a quiet life at home.
But Snakeweed, the arch villian, is still at large. Having failed to sell his dark magic to the real world, he wants to go back home. All he needs to get there is the spell hidden in Felix's notebook. BACK TO THE DIVIDE is a fine sequel for readers who enjoyed Divide, the first book in the trilogy.
I must admit, though, that I was not as entertained by Back to the Divide book as I was by the original. I must admit, though, that I was not as entertained by it as I was by the original/5(16).
Back To The Divide | Kay Elizabeth | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. In the second title of the trilogy, Back to the Divide, Felix must save his parents from a dangerous curse. The evil Snakeweed freezes Felix’s parents in a curse that also endangers the Earth.
Felix must work to free his parents and save the world/5(41). In the second title of the trilogy, Back to the Divide, Felix must save his parents from a dangerous curse.
The evil Snakeweed freezes Felix’s parents in a curse that also endangers the Earth. 4/5(15). Felix knew he had no choice—he had to go back across The Divide.
Snakeweed, the evil japegrin who'd followed him into the real world, had turned his parents into marble statues, and the counterspell to turn them back into humans didn't exist in Felix's world, only in Snakeweed's.
Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Back to the Divide Felix is a fourteen year old boy who lives in London with his mother and father. Shortly after returning from an adventure in a world reached by crossing the Continental Divide, Felix encounters Snakeweed, a villianous pixie from the world over the divide who wants to steal Felix's spell used.
Felix goes Back to the Divide in Elizabeth Kay's sequel to The Divide. When sinister Snakeweed casts a spell that literally petrifies Felix's parents, Felix returns to the Continental Divide in search. The adventure continues in Back to the Divide. This fiction book is about a boy named Felix Sanders.
His parents are turned to marble by an evil jappgrin (pixie) called Snakeweed who got onto earth by a spell. Felix must cross back into the divide to get help from an old friend called Ironclaw.
BACK TO THE DIVIDE is a fine sequel for readers who enjoyed THE DIVIDE, the first book in the trilogy. I must admit, though, that I was not as entertained by it as I was by the original. Perhaps that is largely because the novelty of the magical world was wearing off/5(17). Editions for Back to the Divide: (Hardcover published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in 2.
The Divide (The Divide, #1), Back to the Divide (The Divide, #2), Jinx on the Divide (The Divide, #3), and The Divide Trilogy (The Divide #)Author: Elizabeth Kay. This tepid second entry in the series has a tolerable plot arc but dull, zestless writing.
Two creatures, from the magical realm he visited last summer, visit year-old Felix, now cured (probably) of his fatal heart condition and happily at home in England. They freeze his parents with a marbleizing spell, and Felix is off again across "the Divide" to find a remedy. Back to the Divide (The Divide Trilogy Book 2) eBook: Elizabeth Kay: : Kindle Store/5(8).
Back to the Divide by Elizabeth Kay,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K). If Harry Potter is the sort of book you give a child to start them on a lifelong love of reading, The Divide is the sort of book you give your child if you want them to spend the rest of their childhood staring at an iPad playing Candy Crush because books are dumb/5.Back to the Divide Elizabeth Kay This book is about a boy named Felix and how he has to go to another dimension to save its people.
He is not alone however. His friends Betony, Ironclaw, and Thornbeak are by his side. They have to stop Fleabane from taking over. But an old enemy or two might return.5/5(4).Back to the Divide.