262. Bone: Ghost Circles by Jeff Smith

Ghost Circles by Jeff Smith. (Canada) - (US)
Bone, Vol. 7

Pages: 150
Ages: 9+
Finished: Nov. 27, 2011
First Published: 2001 (colourized edition, 2008)
Publisher: Graphix/Scholastic
Genre: children, graphic novel, fantasy
Rating: 5/5

First sentence:

Hey, Jonathan!

Acquired: Purchased a new copy from an online retailer.

Reason for Reading: next in the series.

This volume is one big journey as Gran'ma Ben, Thorn and the Bone cousins travel across a barren land scattered with ghost circles to reach Atheia, the ancient city of the royal family.  A brief flash to the Lord of the Locusts and occassional jumps to villagers after the previous battle give a change of pace.  But for the most part we have a plot-focused, forward-moving, action-high journey in progress that is a quick, enjoyable read.  It's been a good 3 months since I read the last book, so it was a delight for me to come back to this series and find these old friends as delightful as ever.  Humour and adventure abound, while this is quite a dark ,and a bit scary, volume.  Great stuff!  Just two more books to go!  (and the prequel)


  1. Yay Bones! I am glad you continue to love them. :)


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