Reviewed by Garrett M. (age 10)
I love this book because it has you sitting on the edge of your seat, hanging on for dear life. For example, Grimspette puts a spinning wheel hex on Snakeweed that makes him fall asleep for one hundred years. It leaves you wondering if that is truly the end of Snakeweed.
The marvelous journey you take in every chapter promises to be very exciting. The most exciting chapter is the chapter when all of the good characters are going after Snakeweed. You are very nervous about what will happen to Snakeweed's hostage. Friendship is also a big part of this story, because Felix must trust Ironclaw in order to solve the riddle and receive the cure. Elizabeth Kay did not let her readers down.
I recommend this book to students who love fantasy books. Kids who have read The Divide will surely want to conintue the adventures with Felix.