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Museum Of Thieves (2010)

by Lian Tanner(Favorite Author)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 5
0385739052 (ISBN13: 9780385739054)
Delacorte Books for Young Readers
The Keepers Trilogy
review 1: Museum of Thieves was alright. I loved the start of the book and I really enjoyed it up until about halfway through. The plot started to get a little boring and I lost interest in it. I did finish and I quite liked the ending because it left plenty of questions that can be answered in the second and third book. I will read the second book and hopefully I will enjoy it a little more than this one. :)
review 2: This was an interesting read for me. I didn't know what to expect from it, and it was better than I imagined it to be. Something about this book kept be from buying it, but I'm very happy that I was able to get it as a strip. A world where children are tethered to adults or their own beds until they turn 16. Goldie is a child who has always dreamed of bein
... moreg free and living outside of the town, perhaps even being able to one day see a bird. She seizes an opportunity and breaks free. Alone and unleashed for the first time in her entire life, she finds her way to a museum that is full of magic. Only accepting thieves the museum is a place where the overbearing government has no eyes, and that is something they cannot stand. The safety of the entire city at stake Goldie has a lot of training, a ton of questions, and her family to save. This book had a great concept and plot, though I wasn't very happy with how weird her training was written. For boys and girls fourth grade to about seventh who are looking for an adventure inside of an ever changing museum. less
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This is very enjoyable, the story is very imaginative.
A quite perfect read from start to finish.
AWESOME!!Can't wait to read the next 2!
Best reader ever-Claudia Black rocks!
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