The Whisper


      The Whisper
Twelve year old Alistair Cleary has washed up on shore But where It seems to be Aquavania, the magical realm where children create entire worlds from their imagination There s something wrong, though The creators have disappeared and the worlds are falling apart All Alistair wants is to find his friend Fiona Loomis and go home Easier said than done Animals made of starlight, a megalomaniacal boy king, and astronauts who peddle riddles are hard enough to outwit, but they re only the beginning To find Fiona, Alistair must travel from world to world He must confront the mistakes of his past And he must face countless monsters, including the soul stealing stalker that some people call the Riverman, the merciless but misunderstood servant of Aquavania who refers to himself as the Whisper. Free Read The Whisper [ by ] Aaron Starmer [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • The Whisper
  • Aaron Starmer
  • 13 June 2018
  • 0374363110

10 thoughts on “ The Whisper

  1. says:

    4.5 stars I d like the ability to visit Aaron Starmer s brain whenever I pleased, because stories and characters just keep spilling over in a glorious jumble of images and words in this strange but wonderful series This story is a bit Mary Poppins, a bit Edward Eager, with a lovely, delicate undercurrent of philosophical pon...

  2. says:

    Three and a half stars, rounded down I ll try to write a proper review later, but right now I m just stunned by the very weird although not wholly unexpected twist this story took at the end of this second volume I cannot guess what the author is trying to do with this trilogy To me, this book feels similar to a combination of The Phantom Tollbooth and the Withern Rise trilogy A Crack in the Line Small Eternities and The Underwood See , the last three of which get darker and creepier Three and a half stars, rounded down I ll try to write a proper review later, but right now I m just stunned by the very weird although not wholly unexpected twist this story ...

  3. says:

    The first sequel that s made me reimagine what I saw in the original.

  4. says:

    I received an ARC of this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.I don t know On its own, The Whisper is a fine book, but as a sequel to the exceptional The Riverman, it s not what I expected or even wanted it to be The Riverman skillfully blended reality and fantasy, keeping the reader guessing as to what was real and what was fiction The Whisper, on the other hand, is purely a fantasy novel and I do love fantasy, but it s not quite where I was hoping this trilogy would go That being s I received an ARC of this book for...

  5. says:

    Last year, I raved aboutThe Riverman , the first in a trilogy by Aaron Starmer Now it s publication day for book two, The Whisper, and I couldn t bethrilled for everyone and jealous I can t read it for the first time again.When we left off book one, Fiona had disappeared into Aquavania, perhaps forever Alistair realized that Charlie is the Riverman, a...

  6. says:

    The Riverman was one of the best books I ve ever read I couldn t believe how Aaron Starmer s mind works for him to be able to create such a brilliant world with wonderful characters I had barely closed the first book before I was picking up The Whisper and jumping straight into Alistair s world again to find out what happened to Fiona, Charlie, Kyle and everyone else Before reading on, I would suggest you read...

  7. says:

    The tragic ending of The Riverman, the first book in The Riverman Trilogy, finds Alistair Cleary reeling from the events The Whisper takes off with Alistair bursting into Fiona Loomis basement, touching the suspended column of water, her portal to her make believe world of Aquavania He is transported to an incredible world, where his search for Fiona takes him from one fantastic adventure to the next There s are lessons here, some forcing Alistair to look at his own life, and confront mist The tragic ending of The Riverman, the first book in The Riverman Trilogy, finds Alistair Cleary reeling from the events The Whisper takes off with Alistair bursting into Fiona Loomis basement, touching the suspended column of water, her portal to her make believe world of Aquavania He is transported to an incredible world, where his search for Fiona takes him from one fantastic adventure to the next There s are lessons here, some forcing Alistair to look at his own life, and confront mistakes he has made The repetitive story of Una, and the guilt she feels for lying about her brother s accidental death might be a reflection of Alistair s pain Is this a dream Is this a coping mechanism for Alistair ...

  8. says:

    I liked this ambitious, complicated, deeply imaginative book but I didn t love it and I was trying to put my finger on why, so I asked my eleven year old why she was less into it than the first installment She said it was because the cliff hanger that ends the first book never gets resolved in the second one, the protagonist having decamped to an alternative world in order to avoid the consequences of what he did at the very end of the first book and then stayed there for the entire book Also, I liked this ambitious, complicated, deeply imaginative book but I didn t love it and I was trying to put my finger on why, so I asked my eleven year old why she was less into it than the first installment She said it was ...

  9. says:

    1 Unlike The Riverman, this book is written in the 3rd person, making it a very different experience 2 As someone who thinks The Riverman is one of the best books of the year, I have to be honest in saying I felt generally disappointed throughout the first 2 3rds or so of the ARC 3 Upon reflection, I think this reaction is attributable to the two books feeling like they are of different genres By itself, The Whisper is fine, at times great 4 Genre aside, I think The Riverman is the bette 1 Unlike The Riverman, this book is written in the 3rd person, making it a very different experience 2 As so...

  10. says:

    So bizarrely fascinating The world the mythos I can t wait for book three, though I ll need to reread the first two so I can wring every drop of oddness and discovery out of the finale.

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