Arboregal, The Lorn Tree

Arboregal The Lorn Tree Four youngsters Melissa Perry Nathan and Michelle materialize in a desolate world where giant mile high trees support all life They find shelter in the Lorn Tree among the Lorns Soon after they d

Arboregal The Lorn Tree Paperback Arboregal The Lorn Tree Dumitru G Sandru on FREE shipping on qualifying offers An experiment in a weird book causes four young Americans, Nathan, Perry, Melissa, and Michelle to appear in an incredibly strange and desolate world Trees as large as mountains Dumitru Sandru Website About Dumitru Sandru, the book Arboregal, the Artist and his Paintings, the Author, the Composer and the Song Writer.

  • Title: Arboregal, The Lorn Tree
  • Author: D.G. Sandru
  • ISBN: 9780983669500
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Four youngsters, Melissa, Perry, Nathan and Michelle materialize in a desolate world where giant, mile high trees, support all life They find shelter in the Lorn Tree among the Lorns Soon after they discover that an evil spirit, Hellferata, wants them dead Fearful Lorns want to expel the youngsters from their tree, which would be a dead sentence since monsters roam theFour youngsters, Melissa, Perry, Nathan and Michelle materialize in a desolate world where giant, mile high trees, support all life They find shelter in the Lorn Tree among the Lorns Soon after they discover that an evil spirit, Hellferata, wants them dead Fearful Lorns want to expel the youngsters from their tree, which would be a dead sentence since monsters roam the land at night.Will their ingenuity, cunning, and courage help them escape, or will Hellferata mete out her wrath before they can escape

    One thought on “Arboregal, The Lorn Tree”

    1. Looking forward to the next bookWe liked this book. It is long which made it more difficult to get into the story as much as we like. But, overall we enjoyed the storyline and characters. It is all interesting and we look forward to the continued story in the next book.

    2. We recommend it. There are a lot of pages to this book making it difficult for us to get into the story as much as we would usually. But, it is an interesting story in an interesting world. The idea is creative and we look forward to the next books to see what happens to the characters.

    3. This book caught my eye because of the cover.Four kids, Melissa, Michelle, Nathan and Perry do an experiment which goes awry. They find themselves in a strange land where people live in trees and monsters rule the ground at night. Some of the Lorns (the tree people) don't want the kids there and others welcome them.The kids find out that there is a dark sinister being, Hellferata, that wants them dead, especially Michelle. With the help of the Lorns, the kids plan on trying to get back home. Wil [...]

    4. I thought this book was okay. The aspect that interested me most was the new world. The description was very good, I could visualize everything about the tree and the way the Lorns dressed. I also liked the attempts on Michelle's life. They made the book exciting and carried the plot along with each attempt. I thought the butterflies were an inspired idea and cute.However, I feel there were more parts that bothered me than made me like the book. I thought the story moved really, really, really, [...]

    5. A first reads win!Arboregal invokes images of The Chronicles of Narnia in the way it brings four children to a world not their own. Here, one (instead of all 4) is the prophesied hero. However, this book seems written far more in a modern sense. These kids may be much more recognizable to modern youth than the Pevensies. Throughout the book, it is obvious that the kids are just kids and they make stupid kid mistakes. The world they land in is interesting for sure but lacks the epic scope of othe [...]

    6. I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.This was an incredibly inventive book. Four friends perform an experiment that sends them to a parallel Earth where people live in mountain sized trees and monsters roam the ground in the nighttime fog. A lot of work obviously went into the creation of Arboregal. The big problem was that too much time was spent in exploring the minutae of life in the Lorn Tree so the plot was very slow going. The kids very quickly got to Argor [...]

    7. When it comes to fantasy stories, which describe unusual worlds and customs, no explanations are given why it is so. After all, why explain how and why magic or broomstick flying are possible in Harry Potter when everyone knows that witches can do that. Arboregal story does not fall in that category. In this story, with the help of Nathan, explanations are sought in the effort of finding a solution to their predicament. For example, the explanation of the four-dimensional universe was fascinatin [...]

    8. When it comes to fantasy stories, which describe unusual worlds and customs, no explanations are given why it is so. After all, why explain how and why magic or broomstick flying are possible in Harry Potter when everyone knows that witches can do that. Arboregal story does not fall in that category. In this story, with the help of Nathan, explanations are sought in the effort of finding a solution to their predicament. For example, the explanation of the four-dimensional universe was fascinatin [...]

    9. Arboregal the Lorn Tree is a wonderful and original story. I would consider it a milieu type of story. It resembles the Chronicles of Narnia as far as modern kids ending up in another world, except for how the four heroes arrive in Arboregal, and the setting, the landscape on Arboregal, and many more unexpected creatures. A giant tree, in this case the inhabitants call it Lorn Tree, is a fascinating place, with cottages and entire villages on its branches. I guess I found it enchanting to experi [...]

    10. Arboregal the Lorn Tree is a wonderful and original story. I would consider it a milieu type of story. It resembles the Chronicles of Narnia as far as modern kids ending up in another world, except for how the four heroes arrive in Arboregal, and the setting, the landscape on Arboregal, and many more unexpected creatures. A giant tree, in this case the inhabitants call it the Lorn Tree, is a fascinating place, with cottages and entire villages on its branches. I guess I found it enchanting to ex [...]

    11. HauntingI received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. I was hooked from the very first page. Wonderful writing style and vocabulary. Spooky and engaging, if this author ever wants another review I'm their girl. I would recommend for anyone who likes this genre. So so amazing :)

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