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Night Gate (The Gateway Trilogy, #1) Rage Winnoway s closest friends have always been her four dogs Bear, Billy Thunder, Elle, and Mr Walker When Rage sets off for the hospital where her mother lies in a coma, the dogs and the neighbor s goat tag along On the way, they run into the firecat, who talks them into going through a magical gate And something wonderful happens Each of Rage s friends is transformed Bear becomes a real bear Billy Thunder, a teenage boy Elle, a warrior woman Mr Walker, a small, large eared gentleman and the goat, a satyr with an inferiority complex Together, Rage and her companions embark on a quest to save the world of Valley, a journey that is somehow tied to Rage s family In this brilliant tale of courage and transformation, Isobelle Carmody captures the magic of Narnia and the whimsy of Wonderland without losing sight of the real world and all its difficulties From the Hardcover edition. Download Night Gate (The Gateway Trilogy, #1) Author Isobelle Carmody – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. I have a weakness for books like this There is just something so compelling about a young character bravely going off into an adventure to save someone, with her trusty companions by her side It s not about intelligence or physical prowess or magical aptitude, it s about strength of character and growing up just a little bit and doing your best under the most trying of circumstances.So, yeah, total sucker for this book.Rage, the main character, along with four dogs and a goat, stumbles across I have a weakness for books like this There is just something so compelling about a young character bravely going off into an adventure to save someone, with her trusty companions by her side It s not about intelligence or physical prowess or magical aptitude, it s about strength of character and growing up just a little bit and doin...

  2. I have set myself a tentative goal to read all of Isobelle Carmody s novels in the next year or two and with that in mind I borrowed the audiobook of Billy Thunder and the Night Gate from the library.I quite enjoyed this story, although it is not my favourite book I ve read by Carmody One of the things that I love about Carmody s stories is the richness of her worlds and this one is no different The land of Valley was a rich and complicated world and I was able to visualise it easily I partic I have set myself a tentative goal to read all of Isobelle Carmody s novels in the next year or two and with that in mind I borrowed the audiobook of Billy Thunder and the Night Gate from the library.I quite enjoyed this story, although it is not my favourite book I ve read ...

  3. Isobelle Carmody is one of the best writers ever It must be because she s Australian a lot of my favorite authors are Australian.But seriously, her writing is just so beautiful and gorgeous that it s hard to stop reading once you ve really gotten into it I admit, the first half of Night Gate is a bit hard to sink one s teeth into, but if you make it that far, you are definitely in for the rest of the ride.Isobelle Carmody makes me feel everything she writes In the beginning, Rage is in a Isobelle Carmody is one of the best writers ever It m...

  4. I love the kind of books where you get a load of characters who are all lovable and different from one another Night Gate definitely has that I got into the flow of the story right away Rage, whose name first gave me the impression that she s possibly a troubled and angry child with temper issues lol the main character s mother is in coma and ...

  5. Night Gate starts rather quickly and doesn t leave much room for introduction, but it s still interesting The writing is very good, as could be expected by this author It starts out when Rage Winnoway runs away from home to see her sick mother in the hospital, and four dogs and a goat tag along On the way, they meet a firecat who convinces them to go through a magical gate into a strange world where magic is dying The firecat tells Rage that it is her job to find the wizard so he can save Night Gate starts rather quickly and doesn t leave much room for introduction, but it s still interesting The writing is very good, as could be expected by this author It starts out when Rage Winnoway runs away from home to see her sick mother in the hospital, and four dogs and a goat tag along On the way, they meet a firecat who convinces them to go through a magical gate into a strange world where magic is dying The firecat tells Rage that it is her job to find the wizard so he can save the land.Carmody created a very interesting land in this book, giving it a strong culture and showing some very intere...

  6. I first read this book when I was 13 years old Back then I would have rated it five stars This time around I found it a little bit less organized and coherent, and a little bit confused and disjointed I still thought the characters were gorgeous and very likable, but something just felt a bit off, maybe I m just a bit too old for this kind of story and that s all it is Either way, I do love Isobelle Carmody s work, but I am frustrated that she has four series she hasn t finished, including t I first read this book when I was 13 years old Back then I would have rated it fi...

  7. Overall, this book was nicely written and original I didn t like the beginning To me it felt fluffy at that point I deeply regretted getting this book and thinking of rating it one star My description and thoughts on the fluffy part We re off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of NO And then something kinda magical happened I was reading it from where I left off while listening to David Bowie then again, of course I was It was the part where they were on the ferry to Fork And Overall, this book was nicely written and original I didn t like the beginning To me it felt fluffy at that point I deeply regretted getting this book and thinking of rating it one star My description and thoughts on the fluffy part We re off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of NO A...

  8. It s categorized as fantasy but itsof a futuristic dystopia The whole book has that interesting yet creepy feel which exists in all dystopia stories I would consider this sci fithan fantasy The animals that are literally personified in the story are strange and don t seem to retain any of their animal nature, which defeats the purpose of personification But in the end I found myself getting attached to the characters and strange as it is I want to read the next one I guess it s It s categorized as fantasy but ...

  9. It is some years since I read this book, but I seem to recall thinking it was an okay read, but nothingI didn t like a main character being called Rage And I didn t like the description of her flyaway hair That might seem si...

  10. While I found this book to be unique it wasn t exactly a page turner I thought Carmody did a good job creating an interesting world that was well flushed out and distinctive I also liked the idea of her pets becoming sort of human and helping her complete her quest Overall an ok fantasy bo...