The Isis Pedlar (Isis, #3)

The Isis Pedlar (Isis, #3) Michael Joseph Flynn Has Devious Plans To Cheat And Corrupt The Inhabitants Of The Planet Isis, And He Appears To Be On The Verge Of Success Few Among The Planet S Simple Agricultural Community Can Resist His Magic Firestone, His Strangely Delicious Ambrosia, And The Forever Machine Only Flynn S Daughter, Moira, Can Unmask This Smooth Talking Pedlar But Can Moira Avert Disaster In Time Overall, The Isis Pedlar is my least favourite of the Isis trilogy.I didn t feel the same connection to Moira that I did to Olwen in the first book, or Jody in the second The dystopian aspects of Isis, which were very prominent in book 2 felt muted and less exciting now that so much time has passed.So, I didn t have much of a c
I adored The Keeper of the Isis Light The Guardian of Isis was not my favourite, but I can at least appreciate that it continued the tragic themes set up in book 1 I was frustrated by the fate of Isis because Hughes created a world I cared about The Isis Pedlar doesn t garner that same respect While the first two books are short, and possibly rushed, The Isis Pedlar is roughly 25% shorter still Without getting into everything I didn t like about the book, I can summarize my thoughts by say I adored The Keeper of the Isis Light The Guardian of Isis was not my favourite, but I can at least appreciate that it continued the tragic themes set up in book 1 I was frustrated by the fate of Isis because
The third volume of the Isis trilogy unlike the first two, which I kept and have recently re read, I didn t enjoy this one and passed it on to a charity shop some years back It doesn t feature the main characters of the first two stories, though I think young Jody is in it, older, but it deals with how some of the wrongs of the colony are finally eased I think the reason I wasn t keen was the theme of the villain from outside who intrudes to con the colonists, instead of having them somehow The third volume of the Isis trilogy unlike the first two, which I kept and have recently re read, I didn t enjoy
This time there was no dust cover to spoil the plot I was skeptical after reading a summary on Goodreads, but pleasantly surprised by the finale of the Isis trilogy Isis has aged another 15 20 years, but nothing has chang
Took forever to read, kept falling asleep Not as enjoyable as the first two. In the last installment of the Isis trilogy, Isis is rocked by the mysterious presence of a stranger Michael Flynn and his daughter, Moira, are on the run from Michael s latest failed caper When they accidentally arrive at Isis on their battered old ship, Michael smells an opportunity to fleece what he thinks will be a bunch of na ve, simpleton farmers It is up to Moira to stand up to him and rescue Isis from his exploitation Along the way, she gets the help of Jody our hero from book 2 an In the last installment of the Isis trilogy, Isis is rocked by the mysterious presence of a stranger Michael Flynn and his daughter, Moira, are on the run from Michael s latest failed caper When they accidentally arrive at Isis on their battered old ship, Michael smells an opportunity to fleece what he thinks will be a bunch of na ve, simpleton farmers It is up to Moira to stand up to him and rescue Isis from his exploitation Along the way, she gets the help of Jody our hero from book 2 and his nephew, David Michael London has since died, and now his weak willed son is president David and Moira must rescue the colony, both from Michael and itself I didn t like this story quite as much Perhaps it was the absence of Olwen Most likely it was my aversion to Michael and his complete lack of moral compass As much as I applaud loyalty, I was annoyed by Moira standing by her father Seriously, if so
Rebellion comes to Isis in the form of a pedlar or flimflam man, shaking up the deeply cowed colonists.

✼ The Isis Pedlar (Isis, #3)  Epub ✿ Author Monica Hughes – Rarefishingbooks.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • The Isis Pedlar (Isis, #3)
  • Monica Hughes
  • English
  • 12 July 2017
  • 0887765106