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Emily Windsnap and the Land of the Midnight Sun - Author Q&A - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. The New York Times. emily windsnap and the pdf emily windsnap and the land of midnight sun 5 liz kessler Free download or read online Emily. Windsnap and the Castle in the Mist . Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Attention Emily Windsnap fans: another daunting task is about to be tackled! Sea king Neptune has tapped the intrepid.
Is there anything that they say about your writing, the characters, or the stories that particularly moves or delights you? A: Millie is always fun to write.
I have a lot of fun with her. Beeston is an interesting one to write as well.
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I think he has undergone quite a journey throughout the series, and thats really enjoyable to write. Ultimately though, I have to say that Emily is probably the most fun because shes the one who gets up to most of the adventures! Even though I never realized it, my dad pointed out to me a while ago that Emily is actually quite a lot like me. So maybe thats why I enjoy going on adventures with her so much! A: I love it when a reader tells me that they can relate to one of my characters especially if that has given them a feeling of strength or positivity about themselves.
I also really love to hear that a reader has enjoyed my books so much that they felt as if they were right there in the story.
One of my favorite things is when readers tell me that they would like to be Emilys best friend. And it melts my heart completely if they tell me as a few have done that they believe if Emily met them, she would like to be their best friend. I just love that they get so involved in the stories, or that they have enjoyed them so much that they are moved to write to me at all.
Its very touching, and Im very grateful. And yes, I always reply! Q : Without spoilers, can you tell us a little bit about what Emily is up to in her fifth underwater adventure and what readers can expect? A: Emily is sent on a scary and top-secret mission to the arctic northern seas.
She has to face some of her biggest tests yet. Liz Kessler lives in England. What made you want to come back to this character? A: Id had an idea in the back of my mind for a few years that Id love to write a mermaid book set in the frozen Arctic. So even though I love writing stand-alone books that deal with completely different subjects, that idea has been bubbling away in the background. Theres something quite special about Emily for me, and it was wonderful to dive back into her story and hang out with all those characters again!
Q : Emily is very lucky, because she has Photo by P. Baraloto some very close friends that care about her and help her solve mysteries and get out of trouble! What is your definition of a true friend? A: A true friend to me is someone who you know will be there for you. It doesnt matter if you havent seen them for months if you are in trouble, theyll be there. And you are the same for them.
Its also someone who understands you and gets you, so that you often only need to say half of something and they know what youre talking about. Its someone who makes you laugh, who keeps your secrets, and whom you can trust with anything. Q : Who has been your favorite character to write in the series, and why?
Are there any characters that you particularly relate to, or that people would say they can see you in? Q : You hear from Emily fans all the time.
Is there anything that they say about your writing, the characters, or the stories that particularly moves or delights you? A: Millie is always fun to write. Beeston, who Neptune has sent as a chaperone with limited information about Emily and Aaron's quest.
They are forbidden to tell anyone of their mission, and must pretend they are vacationing to the North on an ocean liner. Once in the Land of the Midnight Sun, Aaron and Emily begin searching inside the mountains for clues to Neptune's visions. The discovery of a lake of bubbles containing memories, scalding magical water that drips from the roof of a cave, a room of frozen merfolk and a memory stashing narwhal.
I was a little disappointed with this book.
Emily Windsnap and the Land of the Midnight Sun - Author Q&A
At first I wondered if I had just grown too old for the series, but taking another look, I just don't think this book was as well thought out or dramatic as the others in the series. Positives: Unfortunately, there wasn't a lot that stood out to me. I gasped aloud at the plot twist. It gave me chills.
Typically, authors don't describe luxury liners as much more than free food and sleeping, and Kessler seemed to know what she was talking about.
Negatives: -A lot of the plot could have been planned better. You don't question that the king who jailed Jake Windsnap for years, ordered the drugging of Penelope, and nearly killed Aaron and his mother and I believe DID kill his father is taking your kids on vacation and insists you don't come?
This doesn't faze you as slightly suspicious? Even thought memory drugging has been removed from Brightport, it would have been better to use that again than to expect us to believe paranoid Penelope would let her twelve-year-old go on a cruise with her boyfriend alone.Fifth in the series. I wished Emily hadn't spoken her determination to keep the narwhal alive and had instead saved its life at the last second. The book was published in multiple languages including English language, consists of 288 pages and is available in Paperback format.
Neptune, who ruled the seas, used to be really strict about these things. So even though I love writing stand-alone books that deal with completely different subjects, that idea has been bubbling away in the background.
Sarah Gibb. Then, after another sea of demands from the fandom, Kessler wrote "Land of the Midnight Sun" as a continuation of the series.
Instead of sending one of his own staff he sends Emily and her boyfriend, Aaron, since they are both half mermaid, half human. Fun and fesity Emily and Aaron are sent by Neptune on a top secret. Q : Without spoilers, can you tell us a little bit about what Emily is up to in her fifth underwater adventure and what readers can expect?