Black Water

Black Water Breaking the rules Just when fifteen year old Bobby Pendragon thinks he understands his purpose as a Traveler to protect the territories of Halla from the evil Saint Dane he is faced with an impossibl

  • Title: Black Water
  • Author: D.J. MacHale
  • ISBN: 9781439112120
  • Page: 248
  • Format: ebook
  • Breaking the rules Just when fifteen year old Bobby Pendragon thinks he understands his purpose as a Traveler to protect the territories of Halla from the evil Saint Dane he is faced with an impossible choice The inhabitants of Eelong are in danger of being wiped out by a mysterious plague The only way Bobby can stop it is to bring the antidote from another territBreaking the rules Just when fifteen year old Bobby Pendragon thinks he understands his purpose as a Traveler to protect the territories of Halla from the evil Saint Dane he is faced with an impossible choice The inhabitants of Eelong are in danger of being wiped out by a mysterious plague The only way Bobby can stop it is to bring the antidote from another territory Since moving items between territories is forbidden by the Traveler rules, if Bobby chooses to save Eelong he could endanger himself, his friends, and the future of every other being in Halla.

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    • Adam Floyd says:

      This book was amazing, the characters were great as well as the action and suspense. the fifth book in the pendragon series and probably the best one since the merchant of death. i especially like what he's done with this new world, the setting takes place in a jungle, a world filled with perilous dangers, extinct animals, vicious predators,and many other new things about the new territory. but its a really good read. and the abilities of bobby pendragon and the acolytes of his are completely ne [...]

    • Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      black water (Pendragon #5), D.J. MacHaleساکنان ایلانگ در خطر نابودی با میکروبی ناشناخته هستند، او قوانین عدم تبادل اشیاء بین قلمروها را نقض میکند

    • Giselle (Book Nerd Canada) says:

      Excellent adventure, and even if we have no answers yet, I’m still intrigued

    • Lauren says:

      It's officially hit a new level of "what the fuck" with this series. I think I probably yelled that at the book about ten times in the last 10 pages alone. Thank goodness I was home alone when I finished.Aghhhhh. This book was so clever. I loved that the main species in this territory wasn't human, it made it even more interesting and the world building once again was fantastic. But then- surprise- humans still exist in this territory, but not quite as expected. Shines a lot of light on the way [...]

    • Priya says:

      It was interesting, but all the books in this series are starting to get really depressing. None of them have happy endings. And seriously, who wants to keep reading books that end unhappily?

    • Cortlyn Matney says:

      By this point, readers have experienced similar yet foreign worlds, the past, a future done right, and a future going quickly down the drain. We're off to a new territory, with Bobby on his own again. We go to the jungle planet of Eelong, where there are dinosaur like creatures and a jungle like atmosphere. Then Bobby meets the quigs. And that's when you get the full scope of how mental this situation is becoming. The quigs are sharks, or bears, or even snakes. I think the only quig that comes c [...]

    • Halley Hopson says:

      -- Reread 2016 --This one was always one of my favorites because it has almost all of the characters in one place at one point which has never happened before now. I also just absolutely adore the territory of Eelong and the way it is described; and especially the fact that the main beings are giant predator cat-people. Just fantastic.Black Water is definitely a huge turning point for the series in the way that it ends, which I will not get into for fear of spoilers. But this is the last of the [...]

    • Stephanie says:

      This is my least favorite book in the series so far. It moved too slowly, and for its length, it really felt like nothing was happening. It was only with the promise of things getting better (and my own stubbornness) that I finished this.I did feel like MacHale did a good job weaving Saint Dane's "trap" without it being overly obvious. I mean, we knew something weird was happening with the flumes cracking every time Coutney and Mark used them, but I definitely didn't predict the ending happening [...]

    • Heaven says:

      Black water was a great book and this book was one of mny books that reminded me of the first book in the series. There are 2 sides the Klee (Talking cats) and the Gars (Enslaved humans). In this book Bobby has to stay low since Gars were slaves and Bobby is a Gar. Bobby hated this since there was going to be a law passed saying Klees could eat Gars and he also had to be tied/leashed like a pet. Thorogh out this book Bobby faces a difficult problem, using things from another territory and maybe [...]

    • Trisha says:

      The fifth book in the Pendragon series, Black Water strays from the first four in one way which to me is very intriguing. Much like the past books, the central conflict revolves around two tribes of people, but on Black Water, the controlling group are human-sized, intelligent cats and the oppressed population are seemingly unintelligent mute humans. Fascinating.Obviously, the conflict involves the human slaves rising up against their cat masters, but it is not that simple. The humans are not tr [...]

    • Christina says:

      Black Water was a very good book, certainly better than The Merchant Of Death - a lousy introduction to this great series - but it still didn’t meet my expectations of a Pendragon novel. The action all felt like MacHale was waiting to really dish it out in the final scene (which was well done, by the way). I enjoyed the territory of Eelong, which felt like a breath of fresh air, with interesting, if not a little cookie-cutter, characters. I don’t want to give too much away, but let’s just [...]

    • Andrei Biswas says:

      Pendragon Book 5: Black Water is of course, another action-packed story from the series of Pendragon. As good as always, no flaws. My recommendation to this book is that: READ IT!!!! If you're bored of reading Harry Potter, then it's time that you take the power of the Pendragon books in your hand. Start with any one of it, but you'll soon get the feeling. If you want action-packed scenes, heart-thumping cliffhangers, and fictional violence, get your copy of the Pendragon Book 5: Black Water tod [...]

    • Melissa Mahle says:

      MacHale delivered another fun book in the series. I particularly like the setting and the idea of a superior race of cats. I laughed out loud tons of times over the cat humor. On the plot, the struggle against Saint Dane is getting wornI am looking for the author to mix it up in the next book in the serieswhich of course I have already started. Again, this is a great series for boys and reluctant readers.

    • Kylie カイリー Yay Apocalypse says:

      First time ever, I guessed Saint Dane's disguise correctly.

    • Nick G says:

      Great book and many twists inside!

    • Athimar says:

      I finished my first re-read of Black Water and I must admit that I found it to be a much better novel than I recalled.In Black Water, the Traveler Bobby Pendragon finds himself on the first territory where humans are not the prominent species. And no, Howard the Duck fans - the dominant creatures are not water fouls either. Rather, the most evolved class of beings on the territory of Eelong are cats - and not your average kitty cats either - BIG cats, like lions and tigers. As such, Bobby finds [...]

    • Sean Crastien says:

      Overall Rating: 4/5Story: 4/5Characters: 4/5World-Building: 4/5Editing/Presentation: 4/5Story: The story was definitely unique, in mixing the territories and bringing the acolytes in. The twist ending was also unexpected, and answered questions about some of the Traveler stuff. The story itself, though, was a bit dull and has been seen before. However, it was constructed in a unique way this time, that it can certainly be marked as good.Characters: The characters were a mix of good and bad. Pend [...]

    • Maberan Potato says:

      Finally a Pendragon book without some god-awful reality-breaking plot point! :DI was scared at first because this is my favorite Pendragon book because shit gets real and I really didn't want to hate this one. And I didn't! :L :L It was pleasant. Allelujah.So first I really like how in this world, humans are treated like shit. So not only does Bobby have to save the world, he has to do it in one that despises him. Great. And he actually calls out Saint Dane on it and it's great. I'm starting to [...]

    • Aparajitabasu says:

      So, i'm just going to plunge again into the world of Pendragon with book #5 Black Water. Let's see how this one goes.Here is the summary:Just when fifteen-year-old Bobby Pendragon thinks he understands his purpose as a Traveler -- to protect the territories of Halla from the evil Saint Dane -- he is faced with an impossible choice. The inhabitants of Eelong are in danger of being wiped out by a mysterious plague. The only way Bobby can stop it is to bring the antidote from another territory. Sin [...]

    • Colorbomb says:

      JosephSchiedemandel1/31/12 Book Review Pendragon Book 5: Black Water Pendragon, or rather the Pendragon series, is a series of science fiction books about a group of people who possess the ability to travel through time and space through the use of portals called, “Flumes”. This, In my opinion, was one of the stronger entries in the series, solely because of the unique setting. For me, a books setting and characters really sell a book. If it has characters that I can relate to, or a setting [...]

    • Lleyton Y says:

      I really liked how this book was so similar but so different from the real world and how cats actually keep gars(humans) as pets and as laborers. Then the gars somehow escape who knows maybe cats could be next

    • Kaleb says:

      Still impressed with the author's work. The series is definitely getting darker but I honestly appreciate that. I don't like it when it is always easy to determine right and wrong and everything is black and white. Still impressed with the series and it's a ways in.

    • Kelly says:

      The best one yet. I love the Klee.

    • Brad Brushman says:

      Excellent adventure of Bobby and his friend as the race to find what or where Black Water is?

    • Kaiti Laughlin says:

      amazing!

    • Lauren says:

      I like this one the most out of all

    • Heath Walker says:

      Author: D.J. MacHaleGenre: Fantasy Background: A story about booby and his friends traveling to different places to fight and evil man.On a planet called Eelong, Bobby discovers a society wherein humans do only menial work, dominated and even enslaved by biped felines called Klee.The enslaved humans, called Gar by their oppressors, have begun a revolution called the Advent and are led by the almighty guardian who is mostly covered by a dark shadow, you can only see his distinct yellow eyes and f [...]

    • Cynthia says:

      I want to give this book a four because of the ending, but I have to judge the book as a whole and so I have to give it a three. I just got off the phone with my fiance who introduced me to the series in the first place and he told me Black Water was his favorite out of the whole series because it was initially the first time Bobby Pendragon really becomes a Traveler. I would have to agree with that sentiment. However, with that in mind I will say that this book (aside from the ending) just fell [...]

    • Anneka says:

      The quigs are gars (humans)

    • Eric Townsend says:

      A little backstory to catch you up if you’ve never read the series, which I highly recommend you do. The series is about Bobby Pendragon, who starting at 12 years old is thrust into being a traveler, someone who goes around different worlds, or territories, trying to protect them. His main nemesis is Saint Dane, who is far from being anything remotely saintlike, and his goal is to try and bring down all of the territories and with it the mysterious Halla, supposedly everything in all of the te [...]

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