The Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark by Ridley Pearson (2007-05-01)

The Kingdom Keepers Disney After Dark by Ridley Pearson

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    1. pour les fans des parcs disney de FLoride, ce livre est pour vousmpathique, intelligent.le harry potter de Disney World


    2. Five young teens living in Florida get the opportunity of a lifetime--they're each going to be turned into a DHI, or a Disney Host Interactive, to guide visitors throughout the park. The five teens--Finn, Charlene, Willa, Philby, and Maybeck--are a varied assortment of ethnicities, and all attend different schools. As Maybeck states, they're "the Orlando assortment pack." When Philby points out that DHI also stands for Daylight Hologram Imaging, the kids get a little worried that maybe the peopl [...]


    3. As a long time fan of Ridley Pearson's novels geared to adults, I thought this series would be written with the same attention to detail. We are a family of Disney junkies, and I am always on the lookout for good books to share with my ten year old son.I thought this series would be perfect. He had a very hard time reading the first 50 pages or so because they are filled with such awkward disjointed dialog, that is almost impossible to figure out what is going on. I started to read it out lou [...]


    4. 2 1/2 Stars. I am giving this one an okay rating. The good: There are tons of fun references to the parks and the rides and other attractions in the park. I loved all those fun details. For instance the characters had a laser battle with the animatronic pirates from the Pirates or the Caribbean ride. That is pretty awesomed then there is what happens on the Its a Small World ride. Really good stuff. Now I am an adult and well over the age range for this books. If you are looking for boo [...]


    5. I got this book for free after seeing it on the Kindle Buffett list. I did not know the author or the series but chose it because the description made me feel like it could be like the Harry Potter series. The book does have some resemblance to Harry Potter. Similarities to Potter: (1) The book involves magic (good and bad); (2) the book involves kids befriending one another for a greater cause (instead of Harry, Ron and Hermione et al -- there is Finn, Maybeck, Charlene, Willa, and Phillby) [...]


    6. I had identified this book series as being of potential interest to my son a year or so back. He was 8 then and now we're finally diving in. The first book presents the context for the entire series. A group of young teens have agreed to be models for an experimental program that creates 3-D holographic characters based on their likenesses. These characters, Disney Holographic Images (DHIs) serve as tour guides to guests of the park. However, they also serve as keepers of the kingdom, protecting [...]


    7. I'm going to count this book as a guilty pleasure. I shouldn't like it. The premise is hokey. The villains are cartoons, in more ways than one. The heroes are just nice, considerate, well-behaved kids, who don't change significantly within the story. There is no deep, crucial message.And yet, I had a blast. I plunged into fun the moment Finn woke in the Magic Kingdom. I puzzled over red herrings and mistrusted the wrong people. I enjoyed the whole impossible adventure.Maybe part of it is that I [...]


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