The Hummingbird review by Kevinhamster
The Hummingbird (Order of the Bell) (Volume 3)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 10
Reviewer's Location - Dayton, OH, United States
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In The Hummingbird, Jacob Delvin brings the magical worlds from famous fairy tales and storybooks to life with this thrilling, funny, and inspiring story. Pietro, Zack, Wendy, and Hook take Hook’s ship, the H.M.S. Hummingbird, to Neverland hoping to recruit the lost boys and save Neverland from the Dark, which is corrupting the land. Meanwhile, Rosanna, Crescenzo, and the Order of the Bell prepare for a final stand against Queen Avora in the new world, the world we live in. When a small group goes out to scout ahead, they capture Master Cherry (aka Robin Hood), who promises to help them defeat the Avora, the Queen. The story takes you through the Order’s shaky plan to stop the queen.

Opinion: 

This is the third book in the Order of the Bell series, so I advise you read The Carver and The Unseen first. Overall, it was an amazing book and had an engaging plot. Many hours into the night were spent reading this book, and it was perfect for long car rides. The characters were very easy to imagine, so you could see them performing the words on the page. I give The Hummingbird five stars for being an incredible book.

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

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some kissing but no bad language
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