History Literature / TheCandyShopWar

23rd Sep '15 2:28:42 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler: AmnesiacDissonance:]] [[spoiler: Linda isn't such a bad kid.]]
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* [[spoiler: BadFuture]] * [[spoiler: BadSamaritan]]: [[spoiler: Mrs. White.]] * [[spoiler: BlankSlate: The villain literally becomes this as a way of defeating her.]]
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* [[spoiler: EyeScream]]: [[spoiler: Destroying Mrs. White's spying bubble actually ''shoots her eye out.'']]
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23rd Sep '15 2:27:51 PM Morgenthaler
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Properly alligned the image.
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12th Dec '14 4:23:27 PM ReaderAt2046
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* EmergencyTransformation: This is where the Flatman came from, it was the only way Mr. Stott could think of to save the life of a favored apprentice. Said apprentice seems to be happy with his new life.
29th Aug '13 9:18:10 AM ChaoticNovelist
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''The Candy Shop War'' is a children's/young adult fantasy novel by Brandon Mull, who also wrote ''Literature/{{Fablehaven}}.'' If you're familiar with the latter, you probably know what you're in for here. But if not: Quirky, GenreSavvy [[strike: children's]] [[PeripheryDemographic Young At Heart's]] UrbanFantasy with lively dialogue and a ''striking'' amount of [[DarkerAndEdgier darkness]] for what it is. [[DeadpanSnarker Cynical Nate]] is the new kid in the tiny town of Colson, California. On his first day, he has the good luck to fall in with the Blue Falcons, a group of friends with a nondescript club (It's gone from treasure-hunting to tresspassing and more). Clever Trevor, fearless Summer, and brainy Pigeon (real name: Paul) quickly come to like snarky Nate, and accept him into the club after he charges local bullies Denny, Kyle, and Eric. Nate isn't the only new thing in town, though: There's also a new candy shop, the Sweet Tooth Ice Cream and Candy Shoppe. The kids stop in for some candy after a rough first day at school, and are pleased to find that the shopkeeper, Ms. White, is as kindly as she is good at making candy. But she accidentally lets slip word of "Secret Candy." What's this now? She promises she'll tell them if they ask again after getting to know her more. So they do a few chores for her shop. She gives them a "special assignment:" Go get some beetle eggs in mushrooms. They do, and she gives them a taste. The "special candy" is ''magical.'' The first confection she gives them: Moon Rocks, which allow the person eating them to jump great distances. She's a magician, and she manufactures these magical sweets. But she's not the only one in town. To say nothing of the guy who shows up in town to ''hunt down'' magicians... It's hard to give away too much more without spoiling a great deal. Suffice to say, if the cutesy premise (magical candy that gives kids superpowers!) sounds [[IncrediblyLamePun sweet]] and fluffy... Don't be fooled. Things will get much, ''much'' worse before the end, and our four {{Kid Hero}}es will quickly find themselves in ''far'' over their head...
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''The Candy Shop War'' is a children's/young adult fantasy novel by Brandon Mull, who also wrote ''Literature/{{Fablehaven}}.'' If you're familiar with the latter, you probably know what you're in for here. But if not: here: Quirky, GenreSavvy [[strike: children's]] [[PeripheryDemographic Young At Heart's]] UrbanFantasy with lively dialogue and a ''striking'' amount of [[DarkerAndEdgier darkness]] for what it is.darkness. [[DeadpanSnarker Cynical Nate]] Nate is the new kid in the tiny town of Colson, California. On his first day, he has the good luck to fall in with the Blue Falcons, a group of friends with a nondescript club (It's gone from treasure-hunting to tresspassing and more). Clever Trevor, fearless Summer, and brainy Pigeon (real name: Paul) quickly come to like snarky Nate, and accept him into the club after he charges local bullies Denny, Kyle, and Eric. Nate isn't the only new thing in town, though: There's also a new candy shop, the Sweet Tooth Ice Cream and Candy Shoppe. The kids stop in for some candy after a rough first day at school, and are pleased to find that the shopkeeper, Ms. White, is as kindly as she is good at making candy. But she accidentally lets slip word of "Secret Candy." What's this now? She promises she'll tell them if they ask again after getting to know her more. So they do a few chores for her shop. She gives them a "special assignment:" Go get some beetle eggs in mushrooms. They do, and she gives them a taste. The "special candy" is ''magical.'' The first confection she gives them: Moon Rocks, which allow the person eating them to jump great distances. She's a magician, and she manufactures these magical sweets. But she's She's not the only one in town. To say nothing of the guy who shows up in town to ''hunt down'' ''hunt'' magicians... It's hard to give away too much more without spoiling a great deal. Suffice to say, if If the cutesy premise (magical candy that gives kids superpowers!) sounds [[IncrediblyLamePun sweet]] and fluffy... Don't be fooled. Things will get much, ''much'' worse before the end, and our four {{Kid Hero}}es will quickly find themselves in ''far'' over their head...

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24th Jul '13 10:43:47 AM Doodler
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* SurpriseCreepy: Look at that kid-friendly, carefree cover. Now highlight the spoilers.
9th Apr '13 1:35:04 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* StealthPun: Each "club" of kids in the sequel are named after their stamps, and [[spoiler: Jonas]] brings up that the Jets are "just like ''WestSideStory.'']] The pun comes [[spoiler: once they claim the Submarine's stamps, which let them fly and swim... effectively making them Jets ''and'' Sharks]].
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* StealthPun: Each "club" of kids in the sequel are named after their stamps, and [[spoiler: Jonas]] brings up that the Jets are "just like ''WestSideStory.''Theatre/WestSideStory.'']] The pun comes [[spoiler: once they claim the Submarine's stamps, which let them fly and swim... effectively making them Jets ''and'' Sharks]].
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