Fun for fans of the first, but still overlong, violent. Read Common Sense Media’s Seeds of Rebellion: Beyonders, Book 2 review, age rating, and parents guide. Seeds of Rebellion (Beyonders) [Brandon Mull] on Seeds of Rebellion (Beyonders Book 2) and millions of other books are available for instant. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Brandon Mull is the author of the New York Times, USA Seeds of Rebellion (Beyonders Book 2) by [Mull, Brandon].

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Want rebelliln Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Seeds of Rebellion beyondera Brandon Mull. Jason knows that the shocking truth he learned from Maldor is precious information that all of his friends in Lyrian, including Rachel, need if they have any hope of surviving and defeating the evil emperor.

Meanwhile, Rachel and the others have discovered new enemies—as well as new abilities that could turn the tide of the entire quest. Once the group reunites, they strive to convince their most-needed ally to join the war and form a rebellion strong enough to triumph over Maldor. Hardcoverrebeellion. Published March 13th by Aladdin first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Seeds of Rebellionplease sign up.

Which is the first Beyonders book? Jenna World Without Heros. Is this book good? See 2 questions about Seeds of Rebellion…. Lists with This Book. Rebellikn 31, Natalie rated it really liked it Shelves: By the end I was almost ready to give this book five stars. The concluding chapter packed a powerful emotional punch. I think what I love most about Brandon Mull’s books is that it’s easily believable.

There is no wasted space on boring seecs of the world, Lyrian just It exists, Jason and Rachel are there, displacers, manglers, Edomic I felt like I understood the world perfectly.

Sometimes fantasy series spend so much time trying to explain the world, By the end I was almost ready to give this book five stars. Sometimes fantasy series spend so much time trying to explain the world, that the story is lost. Brandon Mull never has that problem. Also, I honestly don’t know how this series will end. I’m scared for the third book because I’ve grown to love so many of the characters that I don’t want them to die.

I’m hoping that Brandon Mull doesn’t choose to make it needlessly tragic. From the beyondres Fablehaven concluded, I don’t think he will, but I’m still a little nervous. I like the subtle lessons rebsllion we learn in this book.

It’s not dogmatic or lecturing at renellion, but it’s a story of heroes, people who consistently put the welfare of all above their own. People who live for a higher purpose and sacrifice much for it. Jason and Rachel knew nothing of this world and yet chose oc remain to rebelilon them.


In a world that is full of entitlement and seeking personal satsifaction, it is a good reminder about what is most important. I think Brandon Mull is rebeolion fanstastic writer and I appreciate that his books appeal to boys and girls. I’m excited for the final installment in this series. Apr 22, Beyonxers rated it it was ok. This world is so rich, so fun, and Brandon Mull’s imagination is rebellin vast that I kept thinking, “This book should be better.

His editor for Fablehaven is not the same as for this series, and I just can’t help but think that this is the main problem. The sentence structures are inconsistent, with language ranging from cluttered and This world is so rich, so fun, and Brandon Mull’s imagination is so vast that I kept thinking, “This book should be better. The sentence structures are inconsistent, with language beynders from cluttered and sloppy to just plain bad.

And the pacing isn’t as choppy as the first, but after an exciting battle, we grind to a screeching halt as we traipse through the jungle, and it’s so boring that I beyondets a few pages just to get to something that I could tolerate reading. Somebody should have caught that. It’s disappointing, because there is so much that is good in this book, and this series had the potential to be something amazing.

But as I said before, when the language detracts from the storytelling, you know you have a problem. In his notes, Brandon Mull said that he has been working on this idea for close to a decade, so I know this is something close to his heart.

But the fact that it has taken him this long to churn it out makes me wonder if he couldn’t quite wrap his brain around how to tell the story. And the way this series is filling out only confirms my suspicions–he doesn’t know quite how to tell it, and beynders it doesn’t gel as well as it should. And his editor didn’t help.

Seriously, there were some really cringe-worthy sentences in this book that don’t belong in a book written by beyyonders author as talented as Brandon Mull. But I’ll admit I was more invested in the characters than I was in the previous book, and Rachel’s character is turning into something kinda cool. I was interested enough to keep reading and seriously, how cool were Galloran’s sword fights? Super cool, I tell you beyonversand I’ll read the final installment when it comes out next year.

I thought he delivered Fablehaven’s conclusion in a very satisfying way, so I’ll hold out hope that this things crystallizes and comes together in a way that is pleasing to both the author and the reader.

But, Brandon, for heaven’s sake, get a better editor.

May 30, Laura rated it liked it Recommends it for: Brandon Mull has created an amazing world, and some amazing races. I think that as far as fantasy worlds go, this is one of the best laid out and most imaginative.


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The different people and food descriptions are so detailed, I feel like I am there meeting them, eating the food, and saving the world. So, why only three stars? I have been having a difficult time connecting with the characters. Beyonder I loved rebwllion the Fablehaven series that Brandon Mull wrote was that the characters and world we Brandon Mull has created an amazing world, and some amazing races.

Something I loved about the Fablehaven series that Brandon Mull wrote was that the characters and world were amazingly intertwined. I cared about the characters, got annoyed with Seth, and beynoders appreciated a scene with the satyrs.

I am struggling to make those connections with these characters. Prehaps it’s because the author has been trying to get this series out for ten years, we spent so much time building this amazing world, and then struggled to fit the main characters in.

I will read the next book, happily. I have a feeling that the characters will really rise up in the last book. It seems like Brandon Mull has been building the world in the first two, and the characters will shine in the third. May 30, Kristalia rated it it was amazing Shelves: I always went pass these books in my bookstore.

Both in my language and in ov. I decided I wanted to read the english version more. I do not regret my decision. I loved both first and second book. I hope the third book will prove to be a satisfying conclusion. Then i am sure i will buy the whole set febellion my language for sure.

This book does not suffer from bridge book effect. It was Final rating: It was an essential addition to the story and fantastically done. Basically I love all the main characters, beyondrrs I feel like Galloran and Ferrin will always have a special place in my heart.

Also the covers are faithful to the scenes that happen. Which I love, since the first two covers are not nonsensical at all. I love the plot, love the characters, love the ideas. And i really love the bad guy. He’s a very interesting villain. Love the races idea although displacers always make me laugh because Buggy from One Piece has the very similar ability hahahahahand I love torivors and bryonders, and dringlings etc etc.

These books are fun, exciting, emotional and dark. What more do you need?

Loveable characters are here, plot is steady and fast paced, and it rebellioj over before I knew it. I need the next book right now.

Sep 25, Zahra Rhm rated it really liked it Shelves: May 31, Mary Grace Nakao rated it it was amazing.

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