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It’s been several months since Lina and Doon escaped the dying city of Ember and along with the rest of their people joined the town of Sparks Now struggling through the harsh winter aboveground they find an unusual book Torn up and missing most of its pages it alludes to a mysterious device from before the Disaster which they believe is still in Ember Together Lina and Doon must go back underground to retrieve what was lost and bring light to a dark worldIn the fourth Book of Ember bestselling author Jeanne DuPrau juxtaposes yet another action packed adventure with powerful themes about hope learning and the search for truth


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    DuPrau Jeanne 2008 The Diamond of DarkholdThe Diamond of Darkhold is the fourth in the Ember series by Jeanne DuPrau It begins shortly after the close of the second book in the series The People of Sparks The Emberites now on their way to becoming full citizens of Sparks are struggling side by side with the people of Sparks their former enemies to survive the harsh winter months In the midst of this struggle a roamer comes to town Maggs a woman roamer a shepherdess comes to barter but with food being so precious she's having a hard time of it Until Lina and Doon spot something even precious to them than food A book Well remnants of a book anyway Just eight pages in length the book catches their attention because its title reveals that it is for the people of Ember Further study proves that it this book is an instruction book for the people of Ember But with just the last eight pages in place who could ever puzzle out its meaning?If you've read the first book and chances are you have else you wouldn't still be reading this review you know that Lina and Doon have experience in solving difficult and mysterious and seemingly impossible puzzles Knowing that no adults in Sparks would give their approval to these two kids' crazy plan Lina and Doon make secret plans to leave Sparks and head off to a place they thought they'd never see again A place they fear will have long lost sunken into darkness The city of EmberCan these two kids return to Ember and discover just what this book is all about? Can they make sense of this mystery? Can their journey lead to a discovery that could ultimately decide the fate of every man woman and child in Sparks? Can they save the dayagain?While The People of Sparks and The Prophet of Yonwood are about ideas and philosophies this one is pure action and adventure More action less philosophy Less ambitious themes exciting pace So in a way perhaps it is less thought provoking than its predecessors but in some ways I think it is satisfying for most readers Less moralizing going on for example Am I the only ones that see these books as being heavy in messages???I've seen a review or two of this one already And I don't remember which one it was that mentioned you didn't need to have read The Prophet of Yonwood to make sense of this one I'm not sure I entirely agree with that I think you can enjoy 98% of the novel without having read the other but there are a few elements especially in the novel's closing that only really make sense if you've read Prophet of Yonwood The important question may be is it necessary to have read the other books in the series recently Confession time I read The Diamond of Darkhold days within receiving it in the mail I found it less than satisfying Especially the last quarter of the book Especially especially the ending But I determined that this was probably due to the fact that it had been a while since I'd read the trilogy of books that precedes this one So I went to my local library and checked out those three books The City of Ember The People of Sparks The Prophet of Yonwood I read them again all right after one another And then I picked up The Diamond of Darkhold This second time it proved to be an entertaining and satisfying read I needed a reintroduction to make this one really work That's not to say that every reader would need this immersion processmaybe your memory is better than minea lot better than mine But I'd suggest rereading the other books It won't be a waste of time because they're all mostly enjoyable books