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It s five hundred years into the third age of flight and mighty phraxships steam across the immensity of the Deepwoods, plying their lucrative trade between the three great cities But all across the Edge, trouble is brewing The goblin clans are preparing for war And a storm is gathering, unlike any that has been seen beforeWhen the life of Nate Quarter, a young lamplighter, is threatened, he is forced to flee from the phraxmines of the Eastern Woods to the mighty city of Great Glade He is propelled on an epic journey of self discovery that encompasses tournaments, battles, revolutions And a final encounter with the Immortals themselves Can he and the friends he makes along the way discover the truth about the past and ensure the future of the Edge The Immortals concludes the Quint, Twig and Rook sagas But is also a great way to begin reading The Edge Chronicles the internationally best selling fantasy series and discover the Quint, Twig and Rook trilogies for the first timeThen new and old readers can join a whole new adventure with the Cade saga the fourth and latest trilogy in The Edge Chronicles The Immortals


About the Author: Paul Stewart

Paul Stewart is a highly regarded author of books for young readers from picture books to football stories, fantasy and horror Together with Chris Riddell he is co creator of the bestselling Edge Chronicles, which has soldthan three million copies and is available in over twenty languages They have also collaborated together on lots of other exciting books for children of all ages The Far Flung Adventure series includes the Gold Smarties Prize Winner Fergus Crane, and Corby Flood and Hugo Pepper, both Silver Nestle Prize Winners Then there are the Barnaby Grimes books, two Muddle Earth adventures, and the sci fi Scavenger and fantasy Wyrmeweald trilogies For younger readers there is the Blobheads series, while for the very young, Paul has written several picture books, including the Rabbit and Hedgehog series, In the Dark of the Night and, his latest, Wings.Other authors by this name disambiguation Note Paul Stewart business and management books



10 thoughts on “The Immortals

  1. Ariel Ariel says:

    Plot Were do I even start This final book surpassed my expectations Stewart weaves in pieces from the original nine books, leaving a true fan such as myself tearing up at the little mentions of the past stories The actions keeps you interested all the way until the end, even creating a sort of false ending


  2. Meredith Meredith says:

    A fantastic end to the series After being SO disappointed the design was changed this matters to me, and the look of the book was why I picked up the first one all those many yrs ago in Harvard Bookstore , I was half hearted to begin But this turned out to continue the series in true form great adventures, str


  3. Edward Edward says:

    Frakken amazing This is the Edge Chronicles near it s finest The characters are fun The Professor is my favorite , the plot is very interesting, and it HAS SO MUCH TO IT This book is delves at least a little into nearly every theme I can think of, with some politics, military, action, adventure, and all that stuf


  4. Andrea Andrea says:

    FINIALLY THE BANDERBEAR LIVVVVEEEDDD


  5. Roya Roya says:

    This was simultaneously epic, legendary, and supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Aside from reading the next book, I m afraid I can t function momentarily and the rest of this review my emotions after reading this book will have to be expressed in GIFs This was simultaneously epic, legendary, and supercalifragilisticexp


  6. XPHAIEA. XPHAIEA. says:

    I ve been a huge fan of this series ever since I read Beyond the Deepwoods years ago This has been on my shelves for years too I ve put off reading it due to the sheer size nearly 700 pages and the fact my copy is hardback it isn t really the kind of thing you want to carry around in your bag all day.This is a single volu


  7. Andrew Andrew says:

    It took FOREVER to get interesting The first two hundred pages are just, well, boring Otherwise, It was awesome and amazing I loved that it explained stone sickness I was starting to wonder if the author would ever tell the reader what caused it I liked to see Twig, Rook, and Quint back again It was sad to depart The World o


  8. Laurel Laurel says:

    This turned out to be a great book I started reading it with very high expectations, and I must say I was a little disappointed at first It seems to me that in The Edge Chronicles the ending is the best part, and in The Immortals it just took too long to get there But once you do get to it, the end is so spectacular all the cri


  9. Chris Whybrow Chris Whybrow says:

    At last, it is done I have finally reached the end Or at least, I have finished the book I feel should have been the end The Immortals is set in the third age of flight, five centuries after the end of Freeglader The Edge has industrialised, meaning now there are guns and flying ships have made a comeback thanks to stormphrax fuel


  10. Kie Lancaster Kie Lancaster says:

    God this series and this book are amazing Paul Stewart completes the Edge chronicles in a way that is both novel and nostalgic and had me amazed and smiling at its conclusion I have always been a huge fan of how Stewart weaves elements of previous stories into the current plot and I was not disappointed here I recommend the Edge chro


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