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Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra (original 2008; edition 2009)

by Obert Skye, Ben Sowards (Illustrator)

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Title:Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra
Authors:Obert Skye
Other authors:Ben Sowards (Illustrator)
Info:Aladdin (2009), Paperback, 464 pages
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All that really happened was Dearth was freed, the sycophants secret was told and Leven has fully become the want. ( )
  Brinlie.Jill.Searle | Nov 22, 2016 |
I love that a toothpick got its own book, and I like the extreme, moody toothpick as well. Dennis, not so much. I do not like him, but he is an interesting character. Terry and Addy were plain annoying an I was glad with how you ended it. A good series for a bored child who always wished for another land where anything was possible. ( )
  ninjabluedemon | Mar 23, 2009 |
This book is just a big circle that starts off where the last one left off then goes in a big meandering circle the goes absolutely nowhere, then comes back around to where it should have gone in the first place. I am convince that Obert Skye wrote this becaues he could get away with writing trash. This book goes nowhere and drags down the integrity and overall quality of the Leven Thumps series. Obert Skye should be ashamed to have his name on this. ( )
  joakes | Jan 5, 2009 |
I love the Leven Thumps books. Nothing beats Clover!
This book has the same humor with more action and angst. Ezra is a demonically delightful addition to the series! Who knew a talking toothpick could be so bad? Can't wait for the 5th book to come out! ( )
  Jennyonfire | Nov 29, 2008 |
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LevenThumps and The Wrath of Ezra by Obert Skye is the fourth book in this series. This book ended up being my favorite of all of them. In this book Leven,Clover,Winter,and Geth try to get back to earth from Foo. Ezra fell in a pit of toxic liquid an got amazing powers. His partner Dennis accidently swallowed a chunk of Sabine and Sabine is now taking control over him. Ezra went to the lake where Leven,Winter,Clover,and Geth first made it to Foo. He is going there to try to help Sabine get back to Foo so he can become ruler of Foo. In this book you learn that the Want is Levens grandfather and Leven must become the Want. For any body who is starting with this book you need to go back and start with the first book because you will be very lost if you don't. This book in the series is very good to me because a lot of interesting things happen

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As Leven, Geth, and Winter continue their quest to save Foo from the invading armies of rants, a new threat arrives, the Dearth.

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