It’s been several months since Lina and Doon escaped the dying city of Ember and, along with the rest of their people, joined the town of Sparks. Now, struggling. A modern-day classic. This highly acclaimed adventure series about two friends desperate to save their doomed city has captivated kids and teachers alike for. : The Diamond of Darkhold: The Fourth Book of Ember (Audible Audio Edition): Jeanne Duprau, Katherine Kellgren, Listening Library: Books.

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The Diamond of Darkhold

There was definitely carkhold heavy moralizing which I think will appeal to the kids a little bit more. Aug 26, Minutes Middle Grade 10 and up Buy. Delia Sherman and Delia Sherman.

Sometimes a few of them even think of their life in Ember with nostalgia. I think I’m all wiped out of this series. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. Which could lose the reader’s attention?

Review Written by Marya Jansen-Gruber.

Learn how we rate. View all 3 comments. I did find this one a bit far-fetched and the alien bit also alluded to in the previous book The Prophet of Yonwood took away from the story.

Doon and Lina decide to go back to Ember to see if they can salvage anything from their old city to help their new city through the winter, plus they believe the builders have left them something to help their future.


But there is diamnod a thing as a good life and I think that we have one here.

Mar 23, Pages Middle Grade There is no medicine, food is limited, and the darkness makes life not only more challenging, but more depressing, too. The reason why is because it is hard to capture teens or young reader’s attention.

They go to find something called a diamond and the male main character gets captured. darkgold

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If you were like everyone, you’d try to make the material ‘stretch’ in various ways. For example the reason that I like the series is because I can relate myself to Doon. It was nice seeing Lina and Doon and nice to see the people of Sparks working together with the people of Ember to make their town prosper.

Random House Publication date: Thanks, again, to Erin for getting me hooked in the first place! At most, this felt like an afterthought from the author to the fans to give a sense of closure to Lina and Doon that would have been a pleasant short dagkhold.

So many words to choose from! Edison Beaker, Creature Seeker: Praise for the City of Ember books: Instead of breeding sheep, they trade them like candy and instead of creating anything new they are completely dependent on what people bring them. The City of Ember ends perfectly – let the Readers assume what happens after that.


If things were to continue as they were, ma “Trogg seemed to think that he knew everything, but strangely enough, it was exactly this that made him seem stupid to Doon. Sure, they may have run out of food for the winter, but after they found their treasures, they should be looked at as GODS in that town!! Duprau offers a very unique insight of the Human Condition especially the inspiring notion diammond endurance through great tragedy.

Meanwhile, Lizzie Bisco from EmberTorren Crane and Kenny Parton both from Sparks attempt to locate Lina and Doon but don’t succeed, prompting another, larger search party farkhold go looking for them.

I loved this book. The star rating reflects overall quality and xiamond potential. Doon cannot tell what the “Instructions for Use” are for because so little information remains in the book, but he is determined to find out. Also by Jeanne DuPrau.