Amulet Book Five: Prince of the Elves by Kazu KibuishiAmulet Book Five: Prince of the Elves by Kazu Kibuishi

Amulet Book Five: Prince of the Elves

byKazu Kibuishi

Paperback | September 1, 2012

Book 5 of 7 
Amulet series

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Kazu Kibuishi's thrilling, New York Times bestselling series continues!

Emily has survived the chaos of the Guardian Academy, but Max Griffin, who is working for the Elf King, has escaped with the Mother Stone. The Elf King has now forged new amulets, which will allow him the ability to invade Cielis and destroy it once and for all. Emily and her friends desperately make preparations to defend Cielis in what will inevitably be a brutal war, and they can only hope that it will be enough to defeat the Elf King.

KAZU KIBUISHI is the founder and editor of the Flight anthologies, a critically acclaimed comics series, as well as the creator of Copper. He lives in Alhambra, California. Visit him online at
Title:Amulet Book Five: Prince of the ElvesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 9.01 × 6.02 × 0.47 inPublished:September 1, 2012Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0545208890

ISBN - 13:9780545208895

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Intriguing Storyline Honestly, I think the very last bit of this book is the best part. There are startling revelations and those last lines - "So you want to play? Fine. Let's play." - give me freaking chills. I love where this story is going, and can't wait to continue on with it.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this series! Looking for a great graphic series for kids age 7 and up...this is it! Hugely popular with both my girls (I read to the 7 year old, the 10 year old reads on her own both English & French versions).
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome story Awesome story great imagination love the pictures and the storyline this graphic novel is the best that I have seen! =3
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome story Awesome story great imagination love the pictures and the storyline this graphic novel is the best that I have seen! =3
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another stunning read Confession time: I love this series. Not because it’s book-crack for middle schoolers, or because it’s so easy to read, but because this is truly a fantastic series. Kazu Kibuishi, author, artist and coordinator of the amazing “Flight” series, created this tale of a sister and brother pair who are brought, with their mother, to live in their grandfather’s old home. All is not as it seems, however, as they are drawn into a parallel world where Emily becomes a Stonekeeper, her brother Navin becomes a crack pilot and their mother is kidnapped and poisoned. Along the way they encounter the lost city of Cielis, the mysterious Elf King, his son Trellis and the enigmatic Leon Redbeard who may lead them to safety – or to their doom. Emily has endured a Hunger-Games style initiation into hte Stonekeepers, and Nevin has developed friendships with robots and dragons. This, then, has been the tale for the first four books in the series. This fifth installment gives a little more back story to the legend, filling us in on Max, who escaped with the Mother Stone at the end of book four, and fills in a bit of the history of Leon Redbeard and Trellis. We discover that there is much more to Max than simply being a pawn of the Elf King; he has known great loss and sorrow, and is consumed by revenge. There’s also a bit of time travel via memory and some amazingly beautiful battle scenes, and we learn more about the voice of the Amulet itself. The series has become progressively darker as it has developed, and this segment is no exception. I wouldn’t recommend this for anything below Grade 5 at this point; the story is starting to take a dark turn (much like the Harry Potter series) and could use a little parent explanation at times. As with each edition, the artistry in these books is truly astounding. Kibuishi is a brilliant artist, and he is able to draw in the young and more mature reader with his stunning illustrations and complicated storylines. I’m not a huge graphic novel affectionado by any stretch, but I have family members who are, and they agree that the quality of the story makes this a wonderful read. As a non-graphic novel person, I’m also in awe of Kibuishi’s ability to create such wonderful characters; they behave in realistic ways. No one is as they were at the start of the series; they have been deeply affected by what they have endured, and it has changed them. I admire authors who allow their characters to grow, and Emily and Nevin are certainly more mature and sober than they were in the first book. No character is what they seem; the children have strengths they have yet to tap, while the adults hide secrets of their own, making them interesting and intriguing. This is a bridge book; while you can read it without having had any exposure to the previous volumes, why would you want to do so? The joy in this series lies in the layering of the story, so by all means, seek out these incredible graphic novels and enjoy … and make sure to invite along your favourite middle schooler for the ride.
Date published: 2012-09-01

Editorial Reviews

Praise for Amulet#1 New York Times Bestseller"Five-no, three pages into Amulet and you'll be hooked." -Jeff Smith, creator of BONE"[The] action-packed adventure sequences move at an exciting clip.... Part fantasy...and part manga, this volume has much to appeal to readers." -Booklist"A richly drawn graphic-fantasy series following in the footsteps of BONE and a must for all fantasy fans." -Kirkus Reviews"Stellar artwork, imaginative character design, moody color, and consistent pacing." -Publishers Weekly Comics Week