PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆

[Reading] ➶ The Dark Portal By Robin Jarvis – Gigonog.me In the British tradition of Redwall comes this first novel of a trilogy that is sure to capture fans both young and old In the sewers of Deptford there lurks a dark presence that fills the tunnels witReading The Dark Portal By Robin Jarvis Gigonogme In the British tradition of Redwall comes this first novel of a trilogy that is sure to capture fans both young and old In the sewers of Deptford there lurks a dark presence that fills the

Tunnels wit In the British tradition of Redwall comes this first novel of a trilogy that is sure to capture fans both young and old In the sewers of Deptford there lurks a dark presence The Dark Kindle that fills the tunnels w

dark ebok portal free The Dark epub The Dark Portal KindleTunnels wit In the British tradition of Redwall comes this first novel of a trilogy that is sure to capture fans both young and old In the sewers of Deptford there lurks a dark presence The Dark Kindle that fills the tunnels w

PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark  Kindle - ☆

PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ Robin Jarvis born May is a British children's novelist who writes fantasy novels often about anthropomorphic rodents and small mammals – especially mice – and Tudor times A lot of his The Dark Kindle - works are based in London in and around Deptford and Greenwich where he used to live or in WhitbyHis first novel – The Dark Portal featuring the popular Deptford Mice – was the runner up for the Smar.

10 thoughts on “The Dark Portal

  1. Kailey (BooksforMKs) Kailey (BooksforMKs) says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleI had to DNF this one It's boring and the plot is trite and the pacing is weird I didn't care about any of the characters so after I stuck with it through 100 pages I called it uitsThe writing is really condescending and points out the obvious over and over In the beginning the setting is described as a society of mice who are afraid of the sewers below their community because the evil rats live in the sewers and they eat any poor mice who go wandering down there Then a mouse named Albert is lured into the sewers and the author thinks they need to tel


  2. Redfox5 Redfox5 says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleI brought this book when I was a kid from either Blackbush or Brooklands market both now long gone I tried so many times to read it I would get a couple of chapters in lose interest and then come back to it a year or so later I think I once read it all the way through but the only thing I can remember from the book is that there were evil rats in the sewer Reading this as an adult was easier and I didn't lose interest although the story is not that exciting and is fairly simplistic The mice are good the rats are evil Everything is very black and white Even when you think one of the rats is being kind it turns out to be a trick and actually he's still an evil rat I didn't really understand what Jupiter was trying to do Release the black plague and kill everything? Wasn't really sure what his point was o


  3. Louise / Daisy May Johnson Louise / Daisy May Johnson says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleI'm on a bit of a Robin Jarvis kick at the moment and it was when I reread 'The Dark Portal' the first in the Deptford Mice series that I came to realise somethingI think that Jarvis taught me the concept of story in a way I think he taught me the concept of telling a single story within a greater whole I am a fan of him avowedly so and love his work from the Whitby series to the Deptford books; from Aufwader to Green Mouse and everything in between His books are big books They are unashamedly children's books too; scary challenging and yet accessible literature told in a rolling style that does not dress itself up behind dense stylistic shapes These are stories which want to be told to be read and when they are read they h


  4. Matthew Hodge Matthew Hodge says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleThis was one of my all time favourite books as a kid and I've had a blast re reading it to my daughter It tells the tale of a group of anthropomorphic mice living in an empty house in Deptford The fact that it's such a particular suburb not just a random house in London somewhere is one of the things I've always liked about this bookThe mice live a relatively happy life except for the fact that down in the cellar is the Gri


  5. Qt Qt says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleAn interesting uniue and original book


  6. James Benham James Benham says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleDon't let the fact that this story is about a community of mice trick you into thinking this is a sunny lovely adventure It is dark gritty and gruesome at least one character meets their grisly end being skinned This means it may not be suitable for a lot of children however it is not so bad that I wouldn't recommend it to some proficient well read upper KS2 children The tension is palpable throughout with Jarvis doing an excellent job of keeping you on edge and fearing for the young mice A great read that keeps you genuinely fearing for the characters safety but grips you in a way that makes you unable to put the book down


  7. Hannah Polley Hannah Polley says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleEver since there were mice in my uni house I have been absolutely terrified of them and also rats by extension So I felt very uncomfortable reading this bookThis book tells the story of mice that live in an abandoned house but th


  8. Victoria Clifford Victoria Clifford says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleDisclaimer No humans are present in the telling of this story Jupiter lives in the sewers and is lord over the rats When a mouse from the Skirtings loses her mouse brass while looking for her missing father in the sewer she consults Madame Akkikuyu a fortune teller and Audrey ends up on an adventure in the sewers herself Now join the forces of a city mouse country mouse a seafaring mouse and the bats to try to find her And what of Jupiter? May be too intense for real young children but teens should enjoy this book


  9. Alastair Heffernan Alastair Heffernan says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleThis is a fun read that pulled me through all the way to the end It didn’t score higher principally because the lore of the book is very underdeveloped In particular there are several magical moments that seem convenient than grounded in the logic of the book Indeed I never truly felt like the world made sense which is a shame because I love the overall concept and feel this could have been a great children’s book if the ideas here were handled in a cohesive and consistent way


  10. Erin Erin says:

    PDF Robin Jarvis ☆ The Dark Portal Epub ´ The Dark Kindle - ☆ dark ebok, portal free, The Dark epub, The Dark Portal KindleDNF Listening to the audiobook gave up on part 5 out of 8 I just can't do it any I don't care I don't care about any of the characters The story is not engaging me at allMaybe if I was a preteen reading this it would be different but as an adult I just can't get into itMuch preferred the Redwall booksSuch a shame it had potential


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *