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The Night of the Solstice When Claudia Hodges Bradley Meets A Fox, She Knows It Will Be An Extraordinary Day Not Just Any Fox, This Vixen Is The Magical Familiar Of The Sorceress Morgana Shee For Years Morgana Has Guarded The Solitary Gate Between Earth And The Wildworld, A Shimmering Parallel Universe Where Legends Still Live She Alone Holds The Secret Of The Mirrors That Serve As The Last Passage To Enchantment But Morgana Has Been Betrayed And Imprisoned In Wildworld, And The Fox Is Determined To Recruit The Hodges Bradley Kids For The Rescue Mission.Armed Only With Courage And Determination, Alys, Charles, Janie, And Claudia Must Save Morgana Before The Winter Solstice When The Evil Sorcerer Cadal Forge Plans To Escape Wildworld And Conquer Earth And With December 21 Only Two Weeks Away, There Is No Time To Lose.

10 thoughts on “The Night of the Solstice

  1. says:

    When I first picked up this book I thought the author L.J Smith was Little John Smith , the former tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles and that he had just branched into writing young reader fantasy novels, but part of the way in I realized he wasn t capable of writing something this bad and that I was actually reading this chick Once I got over my initial shock and disappointment I really tried to force myself to enjoy this book, kind of like when your wife forces you to see Twilight for the 7th time, but deep down you know you d rather let steroid raging boxers use your nut sack as a speed bag than sit through this again.To briefly summarize, this book is about 4 siblings, Alys, Janie, Charles and Claudia, who meet some talking badger, or something, who tells them they have to jump into a mirror to save a smoking hot sorceress from some evil guy before the winter solstice The characters are so poorly developed I found mys...

  2. says:

    A nice, solid, traditional kids save the world adventure fantasy, featuring four diverse siblings who are randomly asked for help by a familiar when her sorceress is taken prisoner by old enemies in an alternate dimension.There are definite weaknesses, but a good, fun first novel showing touches of imagination and humor My favorite scene was where, instead of the traditional riddle con...

  3. says:

    Maybe I m old I m not really old but I already feel this horrible disconnect between my generation and the generations after me Its like how you wonder about your parent s musical tastes I m nor sure if young adults would like this book I think that culture has moved on I think now things are polished, or flashier, complicated, or SOMETHING that I cannot put my finger on because I am 30 see, not really old Besides, they have Twilight for their generation A poor substitute, but I m not the intended audience any so what do I know But when I was eleven.oh my did I LOVE this book I loved everything L.J Smith wrote But this one seemed different Her writing voice seemed clearer, and I related to the characters They were siblings, after all, and most people know how they deal with siblings Later on her books became about forbidden and tragic romance and when you are that young you can IMAGINE being in love but not in a realistic way.My copy of this book is DESTRO...

  4. says:

    The Night of the Solstice is book 1 in the Wildworld series.I m pretty sure I ve read this book before, but I think that may have been before I created my Goodreads account.This was a good little grade book, with some adventure and fantasy and loads of witchcraft.

  5. says:

    When I found a copy if this book in a charity shop last weekend and read the back, I knew it seemed familiar As if I had read it before but I couldn t remember when or how This morning I decided to give it a go and I read the entire book in one day The first few chapters of the book I had certainly read before, the rest I could not remember But now I am very glad I didn t st...

  6. says:

    It is quite fast paced, everything happens in 4 5 days within 2 weeks.

  7. says:

    I first started reading L.J Smith almost a decade ago I finished all the books of the Nightworld series, The Vampire Diaries series and the trilogies The Secret Circle, The Forbidden Game, Dark Visions While impatient for the final Nightworld book to come out, I drifted to read other authors and series.Recently I got re interested in LJ Smith and was surprised to find out from her Wikipedia page she had two companion novels out The Night of the Solstice being the first and The Heart of Valor being its concluding book And these two books before all the others I ve read So I dithered and waited a few days after I found out the existence of this book before I crumpled and bought it The four Hodges Bradley children little Claudia, the twins Charles and Janie and the eldest sister Alys are summoned to help find the witch Morgana trapped in the Wildworld in order to prevent an evil sorcerer from coming in our world the Stillworld on the solstice and wreaking havoc Her house has mirrors used as Passages between the worlds I found thi...

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    The Good Stuff Magic, sorcerers, flying serpents, talking foxes and lots of adventure Intriguing bad guys gals Wonderfully real and interesting characters You won t want to put it down Reminded me a little of Lion Witch and Wardrobe without the religious imagery Not really the story but the way the children worked together Very real sibling relationships Fantastic opening that really grabs your attention and draws you into the story Looking forward to the next book in the series Heart of Valor Great epic fantasy quest for the younger setThe Not so Good Stuff A wee bit predictable, but just a wee bit Again irritated by the fact that the parents are useless and out of touchFavorite Quotes Passages Yes, you Why do you think I have wasted all this time recounting the history of Wildfolk For my own amusement I need help, and you four have able bodies and fair to middling minds Or so I t...

  9. says:

    The story itself was quite interesting A group of siblings discover that magic is real and that they need to save a sorceress in order to stop a bunch of people from another world punching through the fabric between worlds and causing all kinds of chaos Not sparkling original, I ll grant you, but still fun, and there are a thousand and one ways that story can be told in an entertaining fashion Mixing some Celtic mythology, the hidden history of this world, and playing around with some fantasy elements to make a creative and interesting setting was pretty well done here, and I like the effect The world the children end up in isn t overly analyzed or picked apart, it isn t glorified or put down It just is And so much was glossed over because of the pressing needs of the questing kids, but that in itself lends a bit magic to the Wildworld You can t help but wonder what you re not seeing For those w...

  10. says:

    36 books 2010My relationship with L.J Smith started while I was in middle school, about 1997 I devoured her books She was my favorite author and first fandom At the time, several of her novels were already out of print, including this one and its sequel It was quite a feat trying to find an affordable copy I never did So, I was filled with childish delight when I learned that this book was back in print.Beyond that, I was weary becaus...

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