The Brightstorm twins are back for another adventure! Eudora Vane has organized an explorer fleet to search the Eastern Isles, the last known destination of missing adventurer Ermitage Wrigglesworth. Harriet Culpepper and the crew of the Aurora join the mission, but they don’t believe that Eudora has good intentions. What is she really looking for? Arthur is determined to find out, and when disaster strikes and the Brightstorm twins are separated, will he and Maudie be able to find their way back to each other?
Paperback | 416 pages.
Publisher: Scholastic (February 6th, 2020)
Read – Saturday 18th April.
Great to be diving back into the twins story and great to read a fun adventure between dark thrillers!
It’s been a while since I read the last book so I was a little confused at the beginning but I managed to suss things out.
Maudie and Arthur are great characters because they’re very different characters but they still mould together as a family. I enjoy that they’re their own people and not just ‘twins’. They are constantly surprising me in what the do, which makes me smile.
Hardy’s world is magical and quite easy to visualise.
There were parts of this where I found myself a little bored and drifting slightly but overall I enjoyed this book and the adventure the twins went on. The conclusion makes me think another storm may be coming? I can’t wait!
This was good. There was a small part I found lacking but overall I was impressed.