Each episode was one type of myth: Oct 07, Lisa Nocita rated it liked it Shelves: Everyone, no matter what their age! The Blackhope Enigma by Teresa Flavin is a fantasy book that centers on a painting by an artist who disappeared centuries ago. A Beautiful, I love it. This second volume is much sharper, with a tight geographic focus and more fully-developed minor characters. I love this fascinating idea of transporting into a picture, only to find a magical world of adventure behind it.

And will they ever find their way home? The author didn’t give me anything about the characters to make me care about them or to want to finish the book. It’s just plain bad. Reviewed by Benjamin Boche. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. They stumble upon a workroom of sorts where Jeremiah Starling and several young boys are engrossed in copying famous works of art.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. The book flows well, is filled with adventure, magic and a host of engaging characters that kept me plowing through until the end.

Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. The children are sucked into a world that exists inside a magical painting and there they are tested by monsters, mysteries and a map with the corner torn off. View shipping rates and policies Average Customer Review: Sunni, determined to get him back, follows the labyrinth path and joins him in the picture, leaving Blaise standing alone and sseries thereafter being shuffled out of the room by a guard.

It was a wonderful show but because they pulled the plug so early the teens never did find their father and I never got closure. Popular covers see all 7 covers. He seemed interesting from the start. But it still kept me interested, even if it was due to the concept and creativity. However, once they are home safe, he reverts back to his original attitude; only worse.


The Blackhope Enigma (The Blackhope Enigma, #1) by Teresa Flavin

Teresa has created a world that in my opinion seies the first real rival to Narnia since C. Sunni and Blaise aren’t sure why Throgmorton would go to all the trouble to bring them back to copy famous works of art. For any person of any age who enjoys reading magical adventure books. Only after she began to trust him Feb 24, Omiai rated it it was amazing. Teresa Flavin blends magic, art history and mythology into a wonderful adventure.

Sunni’s step-brother Dean accidentally transports himself into a painting, she has to follow to rescue him. OMG this book was really good! Feb 25, Erica rated it really liked it Shelves: What Sunni, Dean and Blaise discover is an intricate series of worlds layered upon top of one another in the painting. This book was easy to fall right into, just as Dean and Sunni “fall” into a painting and get wrapped up in adventures there as they try to find their way back. The author really did her research but doesn’t bog the reader with details either.


The Blackhope Enigma Series

Sunni and step-brother, Dean, are at Blackhope Castle so Sunni can work on an art project. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? When I read that name, I was like, yeah, you got to be kidding me.

She is also faintly annoyed because all the girls seem to swoon for him. Refresh and try again.

Original premise and a quick read. Too many characters that I didn’t care about. The writing style was simple in a bad way and I had a feeling the author was a middle schooler. Feb 27, Hylary Locsin rated it really liked it. There was altogether too much motion too quickly for my taste.

The story is full of imagination and, yes, “mystery and magic”, but it somehow manages to stay within the realms of realism blackhpoe well. Nov 30, Victoria Jones rated it liked it. Plot is well thought of.

Sunni realizing that she needs to somehow get her step brother back, she goes into the painting the same way as Dean did, and eventually Blaise does too. The anticipation kept things interesting. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

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