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Amulet is a graphic novel series illustrated and written by Kazu Kibuishi. The series follows the adventures of Emily Hayes (Nickname Em), who after moving to their great-grandfather's house in the town of Norlen, discovers and wears the magical amulet that uses magical powers. After entering the fictional world of Alledia with her younger brother, Navin and their mother, Amulet is a graphic novel series illustrated and written by Kazu Kibuishi. The series follows the adventures of Emily Hayes (Nickname Em), who after moving to their great-grandfather's house in the town of Norlen, discovers and wears the magical amulet that uses magical powers. After entering the fictional world of Alledia with her younger brother, Navin and their mother, Karen, they befriend the allies and set off to defeat the villainous Elf King. Books include: The Stonekeeper, The Stonekeeper's Curse, The Cloud Searchers, The Last Council, Prince of the Elves,Escape From Lucien & Firelight. Books 1 & 5 are hardcover, the rest are paperback.


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Amulet is a graphic novel series illustrated and written by Kazu Kibuishi. The series follows the adventures of Emily Hayes (Nickname Em), who after moving to their great-grandfather's house in the town of Norlen, discovers and wears the magical amulet that uses magical powers. After entering the fictional world of Alledia with her younger brother, Navin and their mother, Amulet is a graphic novel series illustrated and written by Kazu Kibuishi. The series follows the adventures of Emily Hayes (Nickname Em), who after moving to their great-grandfather's house in the town of Norlen, discovers and wears the magical amulet that uses magical powers. After entering the fictional world of Alledia with her younger brother, Navin and their mother, Karen, they befriend the allies and set off to defeat the villainous Elf King. Books include: The Stonekeeper, The Stonekeeper's Curse, The Cloud Searchers, The Last Council, Prince of the Elves,Escape From Lucien & Firelight. Books 1 & 5 are hardcover, the rest are paperback.

30 review for Amulet Graphic Novels 1-7

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tyler Witzig

    It’s great for what it is: A fun middle-grade graphic novel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sue

    My son insisted that I read these! Beautifully illustrated with an engaging story that twists and turns in fantastical ways. I can understand why these GN's are so wildly popular with the 7-10 year olds. My son insisted that I read these! Beautifully illustrated with an engaging story that twists and turns in fantastical ways. I can understand why these GN's are so wildly popular with the 7-10 year olds.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    This book reveals a lot of themes. Example, it is like and adventure mix with fantasy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cassius

    I started reading this series when I was in second grade. I loved the series from the start because it was easy to read, but it still had an interesting plot. The illustrations in this series brought me to love it even more. The result of me reading this book was that I was much more open to reading different types of books. The first time someone recommended this series to me I thought that it would be terrible. I was proved wrong when I started reading book one. This book contributes to me, as I started reading this series when I was in second grade. I loved the series from the start because it was easy to read, but it still had an interesting plot. The illustrations in this series brought me to love it even more. The result of me reading this book was that I was much more open to reading different types of books. The first time someone recommended this series to me I thought that it would be terrible. I was proved wrong when I started reading book one. This book contributes to me, as a reader today because it taught me that I should never say a book is bad until I start reading the book. Overall, this series is easy to read but has a somewhat complicated plot and amazing illustrations!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    My son discovered these at school. I flipped through one and liked the art, so I decided to give them a try. They were... meh. The art was engaging, but I felt like the story needed a lot more fleshing out. Each book felt like a chapter in a bigger narrative, not a self-contained story. Several of them ended on cliff-hangers; I was glad to have the next one ready to hand. The writing was a bit awkward at times, and again, I was frustrated by a sense of incompletion. However, the art was beautiful My son discovered these at school. I flipped through one and liked the art, so I decided to give them a try. They were... meh. The art was engaging, but I felt like the story needed a lot more fleshing out. Each book felt like a chapter in a bigger narrative, not a self-contained story. Several of them ended on cliff-hangers; I was glad to have the next one ready to hand. The writing was a bit awkward at times, and again, I was frustrated by a sense of incompletion. However, the art was beautiful and the world very unique and intriguing. I will read the final book when it comes out to see how everything wraps up. And I doubt the target audience minds if certain plot points are contrived or characters lack a bit of depth.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    This is a great series because of the good pictures and interesting plot. As I finish the first few books I felt that I'm starting to really know the main characters well because the book shows how they feel to certain memories. When I finish the eighth book I know that as the series is coming to an end, the main characters have to work together to stop the shadows from taking of the world. Today I know that teamwork is a very important trait and can help in many ways. This is a great series because of the good pictures and interesting plot. As I finish the first few books I felt that I'm starting to really know the main characters well because the book shows how they feel to certain memories. When I finish the eighth book I know that as the series is coming to an end, the main characters have to work together to stop the shadows from taking of the world. Today I know that teamwork is a very important trait and can help in many ways.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kassi Sedgwick

    Best YA graphic novel story I've ever read. My kids love it, too. Best YA graphic novel story I've ever read. My kids love it, too.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kalub Andel

    These books were really good. I really liked book 7 the fire fight. These books are mostly mysteries. I also liked book 6.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Davis

    very fun read

  10. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Ridgely

    I have all 7 books of the Amulet books and I can't wait for book number 9 to come out. I have all 7 books of the Amulet books and I can't wait for book number 9 to come out.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jen Bracken-Hull

    Less of a fun read than I expected.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alice Walter

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  13. 5 out of 5

    Ireland Johnson

    4.7*

  14. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    They were good and had a lot of action and some parts were sad.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Calli

    I think it is good.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tanner Lamb

    I love this series i like how it is a graphic novel and it has lots of action

  17. 5 out of 5

    Abe S

    Good boookS

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

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  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary Lubbers

    A fairly entertaining junior (possibly YA if you squint). The story starts a bit heavy handed, establishing a tragic backstory and character motivation with the death of a parent within the first 5 pages. Once you get past that, the story really does come into its own, and the author has done an incredibly good job of creating a world that is compelling and has enough depth and nuance to intrigue older readers. The pacing, especially with the first book, felt a little bit rushed. All the major eve A fairly entertaining junior (possibly YA if you squint). The story starts a bit heavy handed, establishing a tragic backstory and character motivation with the death of a parent within the first 5 pages. Once you get past that, the story really does come into its own, and the author has done an incredibly good job of creating a world that is compelling and has enough depth and nuance to intrigue older readers. The pacing, especially with the first book, felt a little bit rushed. All the major events of the plot seemed to happen really fast, right about the time I was getting invested, boom- book over. That was my only issue really with the first installment, I really just wanted it to go on longer than it did. Going into the 2nd installment, I was a bit apprehensive since I had *liked* the first one, but it didn't blow me away. The later installments, however, were significantly better than the initial, as there is more character and world development, and more investment into the plot. Whereas the first book felt like we were moving from one plot event to the next, the later books spend more time developing the plot in a way that feels much more natural and doesn't feel as rushed. The story lines also mature as the books go along, starting in the first book as a solidly junior story, but grows into a more decidedly YA as the story progresses. I'm looking forward to the last couple books in the series, how Kibuishi wraps it all up, since there is a fairly complex series of plot lines and character relationships that need to be wrapped up.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Viola

    This graphic novel series was fun. Apparently there will be another book. I was disappointed that Book 7 ended with Emily transformed into an evil creature. She's such a quiet, serious, and kind character, but because she couldn't control her powers, the stone overtook her. I didn't like finding "to be continued..."on the last page. It's going to be hard to wait for the next one to come out! This graphic novel series was fun. Apparently there will be another book. I was disappointed that Book 7 ended with Emily transformed into an evil creature. She's such a quiet, serious, and kind character, but because she couldn't control her powers, the stone overtook her. I didn't like finding "to be continued..."on the last page. It's going to be hard to wait for the next one to come out!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    Reminds me of the Bone, Vol, 1: Out from Boneville series. Adventure, new world, a touch of dark tones...great! Reminds me of the Bone, Vol, 1: Out from Boneville series. Adventure, new world, a touch of dark tones...great!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Day

    Can't wait for the next one! Can't wait for the next one!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Harjinder Mali

  24. 5 out of 5

    Miles

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bhubaneswar

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Carlson

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Fung

  28. 5 out of 5

    Xoe

  29. 5 out of 5

    Trevyn Paige

  30. 5 out of 5

    Livia June

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