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Timothy Other: The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain #2020

Timothy Other The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain Timothy Other s birthplace has always been a mystery year old Timothy lives at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage where he was abandoned as an anonymous infant Timothy s world crumbles when the orphana

  • Title: Timothy Other: The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain
  • Author: L. Sydney Abel
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  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Timothy Other: The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain By L. Sydney Abel, Timothy Other s birthplace has always been a mystery 12 year old Timothy lives at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage where he was abandoned as an anonymous infant Timothy s world crumbles when the orphanage is repossessed by the bank and comes under the strict rule of the horrid Mr Sterner and the scaly skinned Ms Fishy Finn He escapes the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage andTimothy Other s birthplace has always been a mystery 12 year old Timothy lives at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage where he was abandoned as an anonymous infant Timothy s world crumbles when the orphanage is repossessed by the bank and comes under the strict rule of the horrid Mr Sterner and the scaly skinned Ms Fishy Finn He escapes the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage and travels to the bizarre world of Marzipan Mountain, where he befriends some amazing creatures Timothy seeks to discover his true origins and becomes embroiled in a matter of life and death, facing the evil forces that crave the secret of Golden Life.

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    1. A truly yummy story I couldn t put it down I would give than 5 stars if I could A fabulous book that was wonderfully written the characters are imaginative and wonderful fun This book is truly a outstanding piece of literature my heart felt thanks to the author L Sydney Abel my thanks for the privilege and pleasure of reading this wonderful book I would be very happy to recommend this wonderful book to my friends so happy reading to all and keep smiling from wee me xxx

    2. I think this book is great for the imagination This book is great for any age and I would read from this author This author was great at taking me to a different world all in my living room I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

    3. Timothy Other The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain.Timothy Other s birthplace has always been a mystery 12 year old Timothy lives at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage where he was abandoned as an anonymous infant Timothy s world crumbles when the orphanage is repossessed by the bank and comes under the strict rule of the horrid Mr Sterner and the scaly skinned Ms Fishy Finn He escapes the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage and travels to the bizarre world of Marzipan Mountain, where he befriends some amaz [...]

    4. Note I was provided with a copy of this book from the author for review.From a captivating and really sweet beginning this story turns into one that is filled with adventure, puzzles and mysteries, and a lot of other elements that are a combination of magical, bizarre, and delightful.The narrative is interesting, it is cryptic and elusive, with tiny tit bits dropped throughout that pique your interest The tone is light and casual, conversational almost like that of a storyteller, but it soon set [...]

    5. I really wanted to love this book The description sounded great and The premise of the story is fantastic but I am concerned about the age group it s aimed at.My 12 and 13 year old boys would have had an initial interest due to the subject being a 12 year old orphan boy who when mistreated runs away, goes on to have an adventure, meets new friends, before finding his way home to faces his enemy s and live happy ever after But the first few chapters would have annoyed them straight away with the [...]

    6. I promised the author that I would read this book and review it a couple of months ago and to be honest I put it on my to read pile and forgot about it The author got in touch last week and I finally picked it up and began to read it I absolutely loved this book Which surprised me somewhat as my usual read is horror and thrillers Right from the start it had me hooked reminding me of the great childhood books such as Alice in Wonderland and the many great books by Roald Dahl I loved the names of [...]

    7. Published 2 10 2014Author L Sydney AbelRecommended for Young AdultsEdition KindleThis is the sort of novel that will stretch your imagination and make it grow further When reading this book it took me to a completely different world altogether, it was very hard to stop reading it kept drawing me back too it I thought that it was incredibly well written by a very talented author It has great characters who are all well described and realistic I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.

    8. I was given this book by the author for an honest review.I really tried with this book and I wanted to like it, but I just couldn t get through it.I read 60% of it but had to give up This could be a really good book, and I loved the story but it needs a really ruthless edit The characters are great, well formed and vivid, but there is far too much description It needs to be cut down by at least half.I think that the author is afraid to trust his writing to convey the story, and so feels he must [...]

    9. Timothy Other The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain is a great fantasy story It s written well and the descriptive storyline absorbs you and transports you into a world of loss, heartache, friendship and loyalty, deceit, magic and hope I really enjoyed the escapism and getting to know the characters A very enjoyable read.

    10. Lovely story of an orphan boy on an fantastical adventure Full review here Screen Wipe TV ,MOVIE and BOOK Review Timothy Other The Boy who Climbed Marzipan Mounta screenwiper 2017

    11. This originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader A nameless boy is left at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage and don t think I didn t have to concentrate really hard not to flip those two every time I read wrote the name and is named Timothy Other which is not the most interesting name in the book, trust me where he spends the first twelve years of his life happy, healthy insanely so and cared for Until the man who ran the orphanage dies and the bank takes ownership of the mortgaged to the hilt [...]

    12. Gosh where to start This book made my head hurt I could imagine it on the big screen with all its colours, talking caterpillars, large mice and a blue boy However as a story I just couldn t follow it I wanted to give up from page one but my heart went out to the young 12 year old Timothy and the children of Hopes and dreams I imagine if this book was read to a young child at bedtime they would have amazing dreams but as an adult who likes to read my books quickly within 3 days my head was spinni [...]

    13. This book is definitely one for the boys, ages 10 and up, and for confident readers I say this because although the chapters are nice and short, there are over fifty of them and the book itself is over 350 pages which is a lot if you re not J K Rowling Almost all the characters are male too, apart from a couple of stereotypical motherly older women one a cook, the other the housekeeper , and one of the villains, the Fishy Ms Finn.There s plenty of humour to be found, though I ll admit I felt the [...]

    14. Timothy 12 abandoned as a infant now lives at the Dreams Hopes Orphanage D HO run by Mr Nigel Penny Mrs Tidy house keeper Mrs McDuffie cook were employeed there Other children were Marmalade Peel 1, orphan girl , Tony Plaster deaf, orphan boy , Helen Earth orphan girl , Belle Scrubwood orphan girl , the newest arrival Timothy Other 10, orphan boy Mr Nigel Penny was told by Mr T.W Itling Four Farthings branch bank mgr the bank no longer would renew the loans on the property of Dreams Hopes Orphan [...]

    15. Title Timothy Other The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan MountainAuthor L Sydney AbelPublisher Speaking Volumes, LLCISBN 9781628152968 Buy Link speakingvolumesbigcommerce.Reviewer Teresa Fallen AngelBlurb Timothy Other s birthplace has always been a mystery 12 year old Timothy lives at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage where he was abandoned as an anonymous infant Timothy s world crumbles when the orphanage is repossessed by the bank and comes under the strict rule of the horrid Mr Sterner and the scaly sk [...]

    16. When I read the title, I had to read this book, not for a logical reason though Simply the idea of Marzipan Mountain and the beautiful cover page did it said, one never knows what grabs the attention.This is a story chucked full of fantasy, not the magic throwing dragon flying type, but honest to goodness magic of the lovely child type sort There are fantastical creatures, but the characters, mystery, friendships and delightful life messages thrown in make this so much I was captured up into th [...]

    17. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review This review may contain spoilers.I found this book to be a really entertaining read Although I felt it was aimed at a younger audience, that didn t really detract from my enjoyment of the book.I thought the writing style was interesting, with the sense I was being told the story by the author It was also interesting to see that there was a mix of different genres Although there was a lot going on, I didn t find myself getting confused [...]

    18. WordsAPlenty was given a copy of this book by L Sydney Abel in exchange for an honest review.Timothy Other was left on the doorstep of the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage like so many before him Timothy never remembered the touch of his mother s gentle caresses or love in her eyes, nor that of his father Instead he had Mr Penny, Mrs Tidy and Mrs McDuffie and all the kids at the Orphanage to love and love him back Until Dreams and Hopes is repossessed by the bank and becomes the property of Mr Sterner [...]

    19. Timothy is an orphan whose world is turned upside down when his caretaker passes away and the orphanage falls to an unsavory headmistress He runs away to find adventure, and himself.This is a wonderful story with some delightful characters, and beautifully written passages Marzipan Mountain has a Wonderland feel to it, complete with magic berries that make animals grow large and smart , and imaginative scenery that can sometimes be deceptive I enjoyed a glimpse at this world, especially seen thr [...]

    20. This is an unusual and exciting story about Timothy Other s adventure Timothy lived in an orphanage and his life changed when the owner Mr Penny died of a heart attack and the place is placed under new management Timothy had enough and decided to run away when he sees a load of furniture sitting outside of the doctor s residence The furniture is loaded onto a cargo airplane that crashes in route.When Timothy scrambles out of the wreckage he makes a couple of unusual friends, a giant caterpillar, [...]

    21. What a strange, weird and fantastical book this is I veered between loving it and hating it On the whole I enjoyed it but I couldn t quite work out who it s aimed at I m assuming it s a Children s book, maybe 10 12, but it s quite a complex plot so I think they would have to be confident, competent readers The book is funny, quirky and warm but I agree with some other reviewers that it needs editing to tighten some of the action up.

    22. This book is a wonderful mix of fantasy and real life which is really the best of both worlds.It follows the life of Timothy Other as he first escapes from the orphanage, Dreams and Hopes, and ends up crashed into a mysterious island with and even mysterious Marzipan Mountain Along his journey, he is joined by a four foot mouse and an eight foot long caterpillar Throughout the journey, he unexpectedly learns of his past and the people around him As he returns to the orphanage to look for what h [...]

    23. When Timothy was left on the doorstep of Dreams and Hope Orphanage, a young baby in a wooden box, no one could imagine that 12 years on he would go on an adventure that would change so many lives.Even though Timothy was abandoned and lived as an orphan, he had a good life, cuddles when he wanted and the most amazing pudding He was growing up to be an amazing young man and even when events caused his life to worsen, he still was a caring child However, the story was also about the other character [...]

    24. Twelve year old Timothy Other has lived at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage since he was abandoned there as an infant, and life at the orphanage is good, until the popular owner Mr Penny dies of a heart attack at the bank Then, the orphanage is repossessed and sold to Mr Sterner, and he brings in his own staff, including fish face Ms Finn.Then, Timothy escapes the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage, and was boarding a plane, when the plane crashes to the world of Marzipan Mountain, where he discovers a ta [...]

    25. First of all, thank you to the author for giving me this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review And, again, sorry it took me so long to actually write it The title, the cover and the summary of the book promised me a fun fantasy novel The one thing I noticed when receiving the book was how long it is I thought nothing of it, it s not of any extraordinary length, maybe only slightly so considering its target audience Still, I dived into the book and it really captured me from the st [...]

    26. Timothy Other The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain is very much a children young adults book but can also easily be enjoyed by adults also.Dreams and Hopes is an orphanage where children are named by where they are found or what they are found in To start with the homely and lovely orphanage is ran by Mr Penny who is the one that names all the children Unfortunately for some children the names they are given are ones that you would certainly never give anyone Timothy is quite lucky though as hi [...]

    27. This was a fun, light read After a scary book I read the other day this was a perfect book to counter that There was a good sense of adventure there the I think could be fun for all ages though it s probably suited for younger readers That being said as mostly a young adult reader I still found this book interesting to read and kind of fun There were things that I didn t really understand and it wasn t explained throughout the book either That s okay though because the ending was still good eno [...]

    28. I received a free ecopy of this book from the author for an honest review.I enjoyed this book quite a bit Timothy has lived in an orphanage all of his life and it s not so bad until the man who owns it, Mr Penny, dies It s bought by a horrible man and he hires Ms Finn who is evil and abusive to the children Timothy decides to leave the orphanage and that s when his adventure begins He ends up on Marzipan Mountain and meets some amazing, and weird, friends By the time he returns to the orphanage, [...]

    29. Timothy is an orphan living at the Dreams and Hopes Orphanage Things are not really going well there and Timothy makes an escape While on his adventure he meets several different characters and goes on many adventures All the while Timothy learns about his life then returns to the orphanage.I really enjoyed this story Timothy goes on such adventures and meets strange characters He is trying to find out about his past But that is not that only thing that he finds I loved the different locations [...]

    30. This is a fabulous read very easy going but with lots to keep the attention and a lot of unexpected twists and turns throughout While it is intended for younger readers than myself the story is very readable and the attention is held in place as things happen and events seem to come together, understanding dawns only to be ripped away when the twists start to fall into place and a wonderful kicker that has the reader grasping right at the end for the truth, that all is as it should be.Each of th [...]

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