Kingdom of Fantasy #6: The Search for Treasure (Geronimo Stilton - Kingdom of Fantasy) Hardcover – 28 September 2014
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- Item Weight : 480 g
- Hardcover : 320 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9351033147
- ISBN-13 : 978-9351033141
- Dimensions : 20.3 x 25.4 x 4.7 cm
- Publisher : Scholastic India (28 September 2014)
- Language: : English
- Reading level : 8 - 12 years
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I think one of the criticisms is the lack of any stable characters other than Geronimo himself. In earlier books, Scribblehopper stuck around for a few books, and there the usual royals with Blossom and Thunderhorn. All of those characters are omitted for entirely new characters. Central to the new ensemble is Blue Rider, an arrogant knight who's self-inflating remarks make you wish George RR Martin had written the series in the hopes he would be killed off. I wish I could say that he learns the error of his ways and becomes a more humble character... but that moral seems to have been overlooked.
The plot itself is not as engaging as book 5, it is very one dimensional and gets dragged on.
All that said, it's still very readable. If you have been brought along through 5 books, you'll finish this one just fine. No doubt you'll still keep on going through book 7.
The usual Geronimo Stilton features keep this book worthwhile. The artwork is enjoyable, and the stylized fonts of select words still make it great for engaging for young readers. My son has always been fond of the maps, and there are still a good handful of those too.
It's the weakest book in the series, hopefully #7 turns it around.