Series Review Davi: Fablehaven by Brandon Mull


I’m going to review the series Fablehaven by Brandon Mull. I like this series because the suspense in the books is really good. I also like how Mull adds a whole different reality to our “normal” reality. It makes you wonder, are we really alone in this world? If not, then are the other being(s) sharing the world with us friendly or hostile? Mull creates this whole world that none of the main characters even imagined was real, and then hits them in the face with the news. “Hey, all the creatures that you have ever heard of in myths and legends are real. Have a nice day!!” I especially love the suspense at the end of his books. Mull ends with something crucial, like one of the main characters dying, or getting kidnapped, or the main antagonist in the series is suddenly free from his/her unbreakable prison. In conclusion, I hope you love this series as much as I did. But if you don’t, post a comment on this blog post explaining why.

8 thoughts on “Series Review Davi: Fablehaven by Brandon Mull

  1. Can someone read my blog and read Fablehaven? Please comment on your ideas of the series,or the book you read.

  2. I love that you are so passionate about your book series. I know when you really like a book, because you can’t put it down. I think that I might want to read Flavehaven, so that I can comment o. Your comment.

  3. I have read the first book in Fablehaven. It is a great, suspenseful series, and it has great cliffhanger endings. If you like this kind of book, I suggest the Hunger Games books.

  4. I know what you mean by the idea that we aren’t alone. Like sometimes I look at the sky and wonder what is on the stars or is there a underground city? I read the books about urban myths and watch videos about unknown things and wonder.

  5. What is the relationship between the Hunger Games and this book? From what Davi says it seem more fictional than realistic fiction like Hunger Games.

  6. @davidp
    I saw the Hunger Games movie and I liked it, but I don’t really want to read the books.

  7. @ryanw
    I also wonder if we’re alone. Like the Lorien Legacies series. Aliens come from another planet to escape other aliens from another planet. I still haven’t seen the movi, bu I want to.

  8. Ryan, how I am comparing the Hunger Games and Fablehaven is the cliffhangers and suspense.
    Even though no one has seen any life forms(except for bacteria on Mars), I do not believe we are alone. In about forty years, I am guessing that the world will be over populated and we will have to find another place to live, such as under the ocean or in space.

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