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Serafina and Braeden make an epic return in the hotly anticipated fourth installment of Robert Beatty's #1 New York Times best selling Serafina series Serafina the Guardian of Bilt Estate has won battle after battle against the dark forces encroaching on her home Now tranuility has returned to Bilt Serafina doesn't trust it She patrols the grounds night and day hardly sleeping uncertain of her place after her best friend Braeden Vanderbilt's departure for boarding school in Ne I love you Braeden I love you too Serafina Those sentences healed a little bit of my heart Mimi Cracra trouve une bouée (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) you Braeden I love Mimi Cracra fait le cirque (Les Avenures de Mimi Cracra) you too Serafina Those sentences healed a little bit of my heart

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W York When Mr Vanderbilt the kind master of Bilt asks Serafina to move upstairs into one of the house's grandest rooms she's sure it's to keep an eye on the guests who have arrived for the estate's annual hunt But as Serafina investigates she becomes and unsettled by what Bilt has become a place haunted by nameless terrors where no dark corridor is safe Even worse she begins to doubt her own senses Is Braeden really hundreds of miles away or did he return to Bilt for one stra Robert Beatty has a gift of language and he shares that gift in his outstanding Serafina series His young heroine has been tasked as the guardian of Bilt Estate and in every book Beatty creates a new sinister villain and reuires Serafina and her friend Braeden to use not only their uniue gifts but their intelligence and Bilt’s impressive library to conuer each foe In “Seven Stars” Braeden is gone to New York for school and the peace on the estate does not seem genuine to Serafinaand it isn’t The evil in this installment is powerful and seems to be indestructible as well as able to turn those who are known to be strong and kind into indiscriminate murderers Serafina does not know who to trust or how to protect the inhabitants of her beloved Bilt The characters of Mr Vanderbilt Pa and even Essie the maid are given depth as the series continues and new and interesting characters Jess daughter of a cruel hunter for sport and Kinsey a strong young military man who owes much to Mr Vanderbilt are introduced Beatty continues to write with such mastery of figurative and descriptive language that this former ELA teacher and current librarian had to read many sections aloud to whoever wandered into the room “The sphinxes crouched low and sinister looking like rabid hyenas than either lions or humans growling and snapping saliva dripping from their mouths” And how about “she scurried beneath a thicket of underbrush like a little weasel escaping the talons of a great horned owl” I have kept a uote from Serafina and the Black Coat posted on my bulletin board “Our character isn’t defined by the battles we win or lose but by the battles we dare to fight” I will now add this one from book 4 “The only way out is through” ELA teachers would do well for themselves and their students to read this series to their classes as excellent examples of literary elements abound but need to take care and read the series in order or many surprises will be completely spoiled if it is notReaders of Serafina and the Seven Stars need to be prepared for awesome intensity and many holler out loud moments beginning on page 291 ARC version so this may not be wholly accurate with the finished product and until the resolution begins on page 311 And the author’s perfection in tying up the loose ends will leave them sighing with deep satisfaction hence my seldom given 5 star ratingHighly recommended for readers grades 4 8 and with enough action and references to history mythology and astronomy that many in high school may also enjoy it No profanity or sexual content of any kind The level of death and destruction is high but Beatty does not get mired in descriptions of gore Mimi Cracra et son bateau (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) young heroine has been tasked as the guardian of Bilt Estate and in every book Beatty creates a new sinister villain and reuires Serafina and her friend Braeden to use not only their uniue gifts but their intelligence and Bilt’s impressive library to conuer each foe In “Seven Stars” Braeden is gone to New York for school and the peace on the estate does not seem genuine to Serafinaand it isn’t The evil in this installment is powerful and seems to be indestructible as well as able to turn those who are known to be strong and kind into indiscriminate murderers Serafina does not know who to trust or how to protect the inhabitants of her beloved Bilt The characters of Mr Vanderbilt Pa and even Essie the maid are given depth as the series continues and new and interesting characters Jess daughter of a cruel hunter for sport and Kinsey a strong Mimi Cracra trouve une bouée (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) young military man who owes much to Mr Vanderbilt are introduced Beatty continues to write with such mastery of figurative and descriptive language that this former ELA teacher and current librarian had to read many sections aloud to whoever wandered into the room “The sphinxes crouched low and sinister looking like rabid hyenas than either lions or humans growling and snapping saliva dripping from their mouths” And how about “she scurried beneath a thicket of underbrush like a little weasel escaping the talons of a great horned owl” I have kept a uote from Serafina and the Black Coat posted on my bulletin board “Our character isn’t defined by the battles we win or lose but by the battles we dare to fight” I will now add this one from book 4 “The only way out is through” ELA teachers would do well for themselves and their students to read this series to their classes as excellent examples of literary elements abound but need to take care and read the series in order or many surprises will be completely spoiled if it is notReaders of Serafina and the Seven Stars need to be prepared for awesome intensity and many holler out loud moments beginning on page 291 ARC version so this may not be wholly accurate with the finished product and until the resolution begins on page 311 And the author’s perfection in tying up the loose ends will leave them sighing with deep satisfaction hence my seldom given 5 star ratingHighly recommended for readers grades 4 8 and with enough action and references to history mythology and astronomy that many in high school may also enjoy it No profanity or sexual content of any kind The level of death and destruction is high but Beatty does not get mired in descriptions of gore

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Nge night before vanishing? Is the bond between them truly broken or is it stronger than ever? Then Serafina witnesses a crime that turns her world upside down How can all that once seemed good and worthy of protection now be evil? And how can she guard those around her when she can't even be sure of the truth of her own heart? Serafina and the Seven Stars marks the return of a heroine like no other as master storyteller Robert Beatty weaves his darkest most astonishing tale y Freuently I tire of series; however each newly released book is better than the last This trend continues with Serafina and the Seven StarsIn this latest book of the Serafina series set on the grounds of the historical Bilt Estate Serafina the self professed and recognized Protector of Bilt is trying to adjust to recent changes in her life Serafina's friend Braeden Vanderbilt is leaving the estate for NYC and boarding school George Vanderbilt has asked Serafina to move from the basement where she lives with her father to the family's uarters on the second floor so she can better keep an eye on the guests and the Vanderbilts' daughter baby Nell She has only recently adjusted to the fact that she is a shapeshifter like her mother a catamount in the form of a black panther Although not a hunter himself George Vanderbilt hosts an annual hunt The next day after the party arrives Serafina runs ahead in her panther form to warn members of her animal family A fog rolls in making it difficult for Serafina and the hunting party to see Within the fog an unclear shape is swiftly moving through the hunters on horseback eliciting them to randomly fire their shotguns When the fog lifts Serafina finds that the entire party has been slaughtered Serafina begins her investigation to determine what entity killed the hunters before others are killedAlthough the reading level for the Serafina series is grades 4 6 approximately 9 11 years old this novel is the darkest of the lot Be warned if you have a child with an overly active imagination You might find her with the covers over her head at night This books does teach some good values such as friendship duty courage and the the importance of education Having visited the Bilt Estate several times I love how the author weaves the story into the lives of the Vanderbilts The estate's and Vanderbilt's descriptions are spot on in their detail If you are fans of fantasy historical fiction or simply a good story you might want to begin the Serafina series Mimi Craca à la piscine (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) y Freuently I tire of series; however each newly released book is better than the last This trend continues with Serafina and the Seven StarsIn this latest book of the Serafina series set on the grounds of the historical Bilt Estate Serafina the self professed and recognized Protector of Bilt is trying to adjust to recent changes in her life Serafina's friend Braeden Vanderbilt is leaving the estate for NYC and boarding school George Vanderbilt has asked Serafina to move from the basement where she lives with her father to the family's uarters on the second floor so she can better keep an eye on the guests and the Vanderbilts' daughter baby Nell She has only recently adjusted to the fact that she is a shapeshifter like her mother a catamount in the form of a black panther Although not a hunter himself George Vanderbilt hosts an annual hunt The next day after the party arrives Serafina runs ahead in her panther form to warn members of her animal family A fog rolls in making it difficult for Serafina and the hunting party to see Within the fog an unclear shape is swiftly moving through the hunters on horseback eliciting them to randomly fire their shotguns When the fog lifts Serafina finds that the entire party has been slaughtered Serafina begins her investigation to determine what entity killed the hunters before others are killedAlthough the reading level for the Serafina series is grades 4 6 approximately 9 11 Mimi Cracra joue au docteur (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) years old this novel is the darkest of the lot Be warned if Mimi Cracra lave son poisson (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) you have a child with an overly active imagination You might find her with the covers over her head at night This books does teach some good values such as friendship duty courage and the the importance of education Having visited the Bilt Estate several times I love how the author weaves the story into the lives of the Vanderbilts The estate's and Vanderbilt's descriptions are spot on in their detail If Mimi Cracra fait un barrage (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) you are fans of fantasy historical fiction or simply a good story Mimi Cracra trouve un tricycle (Les Aventures de Mimi Cracra) you might want to begin the Serafina series


10 thoughts on “Serafina and the Seven Stars Serafina #4

  1. says:

    I love you Braeden I love you too Serafina Those sentences healed a little bit of my heart


  2. says:

    5 Stars—Serafina is growing up and she’s doing it fast I decided to reread the other 3 books before Seven Stars came out and I once again was caught up in the world of the Vanderbilts at Bilt in Asheville I was reminded of all that had happened before with the Black Cloak and Twisted Staff and the Old Man of the Mountains I went back to seeing what good friends book characters can be and the lessons to be learned Seven Stars was written in the same spirit as the rest of the series but boy howdy is it dark Serafina isn’t the little girl who just keeps Bilt clear of rats any She’s becoming a teenager who has the weight of the world on her shoulders It was almost depressing reading the first half of the book when Serafina was just lost and in some ways useless And if you didn’t think it could get any evil or malevolent than Uriah well then you’d be wrong I had a little trouble putting all the pieces of the story together even by the end but I still understood enough to appreciate the brilliance of it all I would even say that this might not be for the younger kids just because of all the darkness But I really enjoyed it and I can’t wait to see what happens next with Serafina and Braeden An excellent story


  3. says:

    Another amazing Serafina story from Robert BeattyI love these books and as far as I know this is the last in the series and it's such a sweet ending Anyway Serafina is once again totally awesome but she struggles with some seriously dark heavy stuff There's complications in her friendship with Braeden which broke my heart And there new characters that are also really coolAt some points I doubted this book some things happen that make no sense until the ending but then I realized the author knew what he was doing all alongJust a warning there's lots of death and darkness in this book I don't think it's as creepy as the earlier books but it's still not a light readBut if you can handle that read it It was so fun


  4. says:

    45I think this is my new favourite in the Serafina series I was kind of disappointed by the lack of Waysa and Rowena though


  5. says:

    Robert Beatty has a gift of language and he shares that gift in his outstanding Serafina series His young heroine has been tasked as the guardian of Bilt Estate and in every book Beatty creates a new sinister villain and reuires Serafina and her friend Braeden to use not only their uniue gifts but their intelligence and Bilt’s impressive library to conuer each foe In “Seven Stars” Braeden is gone to New York for school and the peace on the estate does not seem genuine to Serafinaand it isn’t The evil in this installment is powerful and seems to be indestructible as well as able to turn those who are known to be strong and kind into indiscriminate murderers Serafina does not know who to trust or how to protect the inhabitants of her beloved Bilt The characters of Mr Vanderbilt Pa and even Essie the maid are given depth as the series continues and new and interesting characters Jess daughter of a cruel hunter for sport and Kinsey a strong young military man who owes much to Mr Vanderbilt are introduced Beatty continues to write with such mastery of figurative and descriptive language that this former ELA teacher and current librarian had to read many sections aloud to whoever wandered into the room “The sphinxes crouched low and sinister looking like rabid hyenas than either lions or humans growling and snapping saliva dripping from their mouths” And how about “she scurried beneath a thicket of underbrush like a little weasel escaping the talons of a great horned owl” I have kept a uote from Serafina and the Black Coat posted on my bulletin board “Our character isn’t defined by the battles we win or lose but by the battles we dare to fight” I will now add this one from book 4 “The only way out is through” ELA teachers would do well for themselves and their students to read this series to their classes as excellent examples of literary elements abound but need to take care and read the series in order or many surprises will be completely spoiled if it is notReaders of Serafina and the Seven Stars need to be prepared for awesome intensity and many holler out loud moments beginning on page 291 ARC version so this may not be wholly accurate with the finished product and until the resolution begins on page 311 And the author’s perfection in tying up the loose ends will leave them sighing with deep satisfaction hence my seldom given 5 star ratingHighly recommended for readers grades 4 8 and with enough action and references to history mythology and astronomy that many in high school may also enjoy it No profanity or sexual content of any kind The level of death and destruction is high but Beatty does not get mired in descriptions of gore


  6. says:

    I’ve been a huge fan of Robert Beatty’s Serafina series since the first book came out so you can imagine how excited I was when Robert Beatty books contacted me and asked if I would like to be an advanced reader for the fourth book in the series This means writing an honest review on goodreads and the one I will post after the book’s official release July ninthSerafina and the seven stars follows Serafina now a teenager as she continues to watch over Bilt estate as the CRC With Braeden off at boarding school and no mysterious haints for her to slay she’s been feeling mighty lonely lately and has taken up the habit of doubting herself One day Mr Vanderbilt invites Serafina to live upstairs and it doesn’t take too long for her notice something sinister is brewing in the house All of a sudden she can’t trust anyone not the guests who have come for the autumn hunt not even her closest allies This highly anticipated new release is sure to leave you speechless I absolutely loved this book It created the best creepy suspenseful atmosphere while also keeping up a feeling of levity throughout the novel No matter how bad things got there were still people and places we could go to for peace The mystery will have you hanging onto every word desperate to find out And when all was finally revealed it was all but disappointing The plot is so cleverly crafted I never would have guessed the reveal on my own This is a spoiler free review so I won’t give details but it’s truly genius so satisfying to put the pieces together alongside Serafina and my personal favorite part of the novel Over the course of the series we have grown to love each and every one of Robert’s characters Whether you straight up fell head over heels for Braeden cause who didn’t? or Serafina with her ferocity and courage or grew to love Pa for his wise and kind words or any one of the new characters we meet in this book like Jess or Lieutenant Kinsley we have all fallen under Robert’s spell of paper and ink My only real complaint about this book is a highly subjective one and I understand that but it’s that there were a couple of characters I was looking forward to seeing and I didn’t get to but that’s a me problem and a small one at that so don’t let it stop you from picking this book up for yourselfI gave Robert Beatty’s Serafina and the seven stars a five out of five stars


  7. says:

    My name is Riley I am eleven and I am sharing my mom’s account for thisWhen I first read the title and saw the book cover I already began thinking and trying to predict what was going to happen I started reading and I would always be wrong on my predictions What actually happened turned out to be waayy better I would read a chapter and want to read It’s like eating chips you can’t have just one I would start to read a chapter at bedtime which you might want to think twice about”tap tap tap” and by the end of the night I would have read five instead of one This was probably my favorite Serafina book of the series I really liked that in this story as Serafina puts it “Her rats had gotten bigger and a whole lot nastier” Another thing I liked was that the main characters made me laugh I found it interesting that even though Serafina is fierce and strong and determined she had to find new ways to solve the problems in this bookThis is a good story to read with your family my mom and I read it together because they have great lessons in the story I am kind of a sucker for precepts thanks to Mr Brown and my fourth grade teacher and I have a few new favorites from this book to add into my collection like “The only way out is through” from Serafina’s paI absolutely loved this book but sometimes it gets very descriptive about things like what a panther does when a panther is pushed so it may not be good for younger readers


  8. says:

    Mysterious cover can’t wait to read this one


  9. says:

    Freuently I tire of series; however each newly released book is better than the last This trend continues with Serafina and the Seven StarsIn this latest book of the Serafina series set on the grounds of the historical Bilt Estate Serafina the self professed and recognized Protector of Bilt is trying to adjust to recent changes in her life Serafina's friend Braeden Vanderbilt is leaving the estate for NYC and boarding school George Vanderbilt has asked Serafina to move from the basement where she lives with her father to the family's uarters on the second floor so she can better keep an eye on the guests and the Vanderbilts' daughter baby Nell She has only recently adjusted to the fact that she is a shapeshifter like her mother a catamount in the form of a black panther Although not a hunter himself George Vanderbilt hosts an annual hunt The next day after the party arrives Serafina runs ahead in her panther form to warn members of her animal family A fog rolls in making it difficult for Serafina and the hunting party to see Within the fog an unclear shape is swiftly moving through the hunters on horseback eliciting them to randomly fire their shotguns When the fog lifts Serafina finds that the entire party has been slaughtered Serafina begins her investigation to determine what entity killed the hunters before others are killedAlthough the reading level for the Serafina series is grades 4 6 approximately 9 11 years old this novel is the darkest of the lot Be warned if you have a child with an overly active imagination You might find her with the covers over her head at night This books does teach some good values such as friendship duty courage and the the importance of education Having visited the Bilt Estate several times I love how the author weaves the story into the lives of the Vanderbilts The estate's and Vanderbilt's descriptions are spot on in their detail If you are fans of fantasy historical fiction or simply a good story you might want to begin the Serafina series


  10. says:

    This is my daughter Sydneys reviewI loved this book The book was thrilling and exciting I was never bored I really enjoyed the plot and the suspense At parts I actually screamed it was so thrilling I also noticed how parts from the other books in the series were tied into this book Overall this book has been one of my favorite books and I would recommend it