Tag Archive: Keys to the Kingdom

Drowned Wednesday

Drowned Wednesday, by Garth Nix [Teen Fiction]

Reviewed by Fudi

It is the third day of the Marrow Days. The day when Wednesday is to conquer and to reign but that isn’t the case anymore. The other days tricked her so now her Will is hidden and she hates the days so much that she is willing to help Arthur find her Will and destroy the other days before they cause too much damage. Will Arthur be able to find the Will and release his friends from the Pirates that guard the Will? The stakes have never been this high because now his friends are in trouble too. Will he be able to save everything? Read the book to find out.

I liked this book. It was well-written and the plot was interesting. If you like fantasy and action books, then this is the book for you. It will get you wanting to know more.


Grim Tuesday

Grim Tuesday, by Garth Nix [Teen Fiction]

Reviewed by Fudi

It has been 24 hours since Monday but in the House it is has been 6 months, and much has happened. It is now Tuesday, and it’s time for Tuesday’s reign to stop and his part of the will to be handed over to Arthur Penhaligon. But when Arthur arrives, he is instantly a slave, at the bottom of the bottom. Will he be able to rise and conquer Tuesday’s turf and power, get the next key, and the Will? Read the book to find out.

I thought this book was really fantastic. The plot is a like a rollercoaster. You will never know what will happen next. It will keep you on the edge of your seat. I hope you will enjoy the book as much as I have.

Mister Monday

Mister Monday, by Garth Nix [Teen Fiction]

Reviewed by Fudi

Arthur Penhaligon wakes up from an asthma attack with a key, an atlas, and weird vision. How did a house just appear in front of his house? Why is there a part dog and part human coming after him, wanting the key? Is he really the true heir of the whole universe and all its worlds? This is the beginning of the whole series, Keys to the Kingdom, and it includes the most information. This book tells how everything began, how everything came to be. I thought this book was really great and so will you, enjoy!