Lily Quench and the Treasure of Mote Ely

Kidnapped and taken back into the past to a crumbling castle in the middle of a creepy marsh, Lily Quench searches for the long lost treasure of Mote Ely and a way back to her own time.Locked in a dungeon, attacked by a dragon, and befriended by her eccentric great great great great grandmother, Lily finds that enemies can sometimes be friends and that old friends can unKidnapped and taken back into the past to a crumbling castle in the middle of a creepy marsh, Lily Quench searches for the long lost treasure of Mote Ely and a way back to her own time.Locked in a dungeon, attacked by a dragon, and befriended by her eccentric great great great great grandmother, Lily finds that enemies can sometimes be friends and that old friends can unexpectedly turn into enemies.
Lily Quench and the Treasure of Mote Ely Kidnapped and taken back into the past to a crumbling castle in the middle of a creepy marsh Lily Quench searches for the long lost treasure of Mote Ely and a way back to her own time Locked in a dun

  • Title: Lily Quench and the Treasure of Mote Ely
  • Author: Natalie Jane Prior Janine Dawson
  • ISBN: 9780142400227
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Lily Quench and the Treasure of Mote Ely”

    1. So fun. Well written. Excellent read. I quite enjoyed this world (whoops, I started at #3 - but didn't get lost at all). I think I wish a little more character from Lily. This particular book seemed more about other characters than her but maybe book 1&2 have more character development. The writing is what I want in a children's book. Complex enough to push the reading level while still accessible. I would love to read some of the others in this series.

    2. I read this book for the character of Gordon, which I came to love in the previous book "Lily Quench and the Black Mountains".So I must say that I didn't get much of what I wanted, cause there is very little of him in this book. I hope to have more in the last book in the series "Lily Quench and the Search for King Dragon".

    3. i was quit disapointed in this one with the other ones they were good i thought that this would be great but my expectation changed after we got in the middle and thing just went to rubish and they didn't know where to go after woulds

    4. Cool Story, it didn't mess up the time travel so much, though i didn't understand why Matilda's ghost had to be sighted around. Still, an interesting story. Gordon's improved slightly, but there always will be an annoying character (Rabbit).

    5. Goodness, if the location of the Singing Wood in Lily Quench and the Dragon of Ashby and the Black Citadel in Lily Quench and the Black Mountains wasn't enough to astound the reader with imagination and suspense, then the castle of Mote Ely is certainly enough to get the job done!A memorable book for me since childhood, the entire location of Mote Ely has inspired in me a sense of what is truly medieval. Not only will children be delighted by the return of their favourite adventurer and dragon-s [...]

    6. Seems to me Lily becomes more of a passive observer than an active hero in this book. I'm hoping book four in the series will redeem her. No more standing around waiting to drown or have someone rescue her - she should have at least been looking for a way out of her predicament!

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