Return of the Forgotten

Return of the Forgotten

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Baker & Taylor
While Hopper endeavors to rehabilitate his rebellious brother, Firren hides a shameful secret from her past and desperately searches for her missing youngest daughter, who may have been abducted by Pup and his spider cohort.

& Taylor

Althought Felina the cat queen is gone, the subway tunnels are still dangerous, not only because of Hopper's rogue brother Pup and his arachnid companion Hacklemesh, but also due to a secret Firren has been hiding that worries her more than the disappearance of her daughter, Hope. Includes a bonus story, ATLANTIA RISING: How it All Began.

Simon and Schuster
Loyalties are tested and secrets are revealed in this third book of the epic animal adventure series set in the subway tunnels of Brooklyn, ideal for “fans of Erin Hunter, Brian Jaques, and Kathryn Lasky” (School Library Journal).

Felina the cat queen may be gone, but the subway tunnels of Atlantia are still dangerous to all rodents who dwell within the twists and turns. Pup and his spider companion Hacklemesh are lurking in the shadows...

Hopper is determined to reach out to his brother-gone-bad, to see if he can talk some sense into the young rodent. But then Hope, the youngest of Zucker and Firren’s new litter, goes missing, and all signs point to Pup as culprit.

Meanwhile, Firren is rattled not only by the disappearance of her daughter, but a shameful secret from her past that she’s kept hidden for years. A secret that may hold damaging consequences for not only Firren, but all of Atlantia.

How can Pup betray his brother like this? What exactly is Firren hiding?

And will the tunnels ever be the same again?

Publisher: New York : Margaret K. McElderry Books, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781481420921
Branch Call Number: J FICTION FIEDL...L
Characteristics: 310 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: To, Vivienne - Illustrator


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The series wrapped up quite nicely for the characters, but as a reader, I was somewhat disappointed by how unrealistic one of the plot points was (the ending of the new Ben-Hur movie on a smaller scale). This series is still fun, especially for younger readers, but in my opinion it really doesn't come close to Redwall or The Cricket in Times Square in quality, although those are the series it seems to resemble most.

Sep 04, 2015

This book is awesome!


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Sep 04, 2015

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