Review | Worlds Collide

Worlds Collide

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The epic conclusion to Chris Colfer’s #1 New York Times bestselling series The Land of Stories!

In the highly anticipated conclusion to the Land of Stories series, Conner and Alex must brave the impossible. All of the Land of Stories fairy tale characters–heroes and villains–are no longer confined within their world!

With mayhem brewing in the Big Apple, Conner and Alex will have to win their biggest battle yet. Can the twins restore order between the human and fairy tale world?

Breathtaking action mixed with laugh out loud moments and lots of heart will make this a gripping conclusion for many fans!

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Hott Review:

I loved Worlds Collide! It was non-stop adventure with moments of epiphany thrown in that took what would have been a good book and made it great.

I absolutely loved the group of friends. The way they worked together and were willing to give everything for each other amazed me. Though I’m not sure I’d completely recognize all of them if I were to read The Wishing Spell again. They’ve all grown and changed so much since then.

Worlds Collide is by far my favorite book in the series. It beautifully pulls together all of the other books and sets up a new series while allowing us to grieve over the finale of this one.

There were a few things, as usual, that caught my attention, and I’m not sure all parents will want to share with their children. First, in the prologue Conner is a grandfather and talks about his son and his son’s husband. Most will probably read this and never notice it, but some will have questions. Second, is, of course, the language. There were several instances where I felt the crude or foul language was unnecessary, especially in a book intended for minors.


Author: Chris Colfer
Source: I pre-ordered Worlds Collide for July 10, 2017, release day, in kindle & hardback because the girls & I were excited to read it!
Publisher & Date: July 11th 2017 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Genre: Middle-Grade/Children’s Fantasy/Adventure
ISBN: 0316355895 (ISBN13: 9780316355896)
Pages: 480
Grade: A+
Ages: 14+
Steam: YA (note: NOT Middle-Grade)
Series: The Land of Stories #6
The Wishing Spell
The Wishing Spell
The Enchantress Returns
The Enchantress Returns
A Grimm Warning
A Grimm Warning
Beyond the Kingdoms
Beyond the Kingdoms
An Author's Odyssey
An Author’s Odyssey
Worlds Collide
Worlds Collide

Author Bio:

Chris Colfer Chris Colfer is an Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actor best-known for his portrayal of Kurt Hummel on the FOX television series “Glee”.

He is also a New York Times bestselling author whose books include the first three novels in the “Land of Stories” series (“The Wishing Spell”, “The Enchantress Returns” and “A Grimm Warning”) as well as “Struck By Lightning: The Carson Philips Journal” which is a novelization based on the script he wrote for the film “Struck By Lighting” (Colfer also co-produced and starred in that movie)

Websites & Links: author's website author's twitter


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