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In the middle of the night, Cole Duncan and his guards take Emily to the training grounds, where she and the other stonekeepers are to be tested. She enters the Void where she stops a fight between Pierce and another stonekeeper and runs from the Ghouls with Ronin, Max, and Pierce. While going through a version of a game, Emily notices that the panels which Ronin steps on are not glowing. When asked, Ronin replies that she only wants to go home. In the end, it turns out that Ronin and Pierce have been dead the entire time and Emily discovers that Max is the traitor, and yells at him. It turns out that he was only after the Mother Stone, where all the stonekeeper's' stones are cut out from, and that the Guardian Council has been gone for a long time, with everything having been a powerful illusion. When Max gives her a decision to leave with her family or join him with the Elf King to make a new Guardian Council, she chooses to leave with her family. In Book Two: The Stonekeeper’s Curse (p. 99), Leon Redbeard and Emily discuss the choices she is facing. Discuss what Leon means when he says, “You must believe that you are here by choice and not by circumstance…You must…take control of your life and the stone will follow.” What might Leon’s implications entail? Like most elves, Trellis has grey skin, but with a lighter skin tone. He is shown to have long white hair, and in the beginning of the series had sharp teeth, but that was removed after the fifth book. He has a long stitched up scar on his left eye, which was given to him by his father when he was slapped as a child.
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Jaafar, Ali (June 20, 2016). "Aron Eli Coleite Tapped By Fox To Adapt Iconic American Graphic Novel 'Amulet' ". Deadline . Retrieved July 12, 2017. As with most stonekeepers, however, Emily does not always have complete jurisdiction over her actions, due to the stone's Voice having a will of its own and occasionally overpowering Emily, such as during the battle against Luger at Demon's Head Mountain. Fortunately, Emily manages to overcome the urge to let the entity possess her completely. For this, the Voice can act as a necessary guide on Emily's journey, but just as equally a malevolent and pervasive threat to her being. This post takes a closer look at the Amulet series by Kazu Kibuishi. The ninth and final volume is expected to be published in 2021. This guide was written after the first six books had been published.For more fun or if seeking resources for deeper literary analysis, here are some books/poems similar to Amulet that we’re sure you’ll enjoy. Literature: In Book Two: The Stonekeeper’s Curse (p. 95), Leon Redbeard discusses the choices Silas had and made. Discuss Silas’ and Emily’s choices. Then read and analyze Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken. Discuss how this poem relates to this scene here in Amulet. Vigo first appears in the fourth book, when Cogsley and Miskit fall off the Luna Moth and he rescues them and brings them to his house. As a child, he befriended Max Griffin, who often had no friends due to his respect to elves, even though the specific elves he respected did a lot to help the city of Cielis. Soon after he joined the guardian council (the protectors of Cielis) he left because the council only made its decisions based on its fears. When he grew up, Vigo married someone, but after his wife died, his son made an attempt to travel into the past to revive her, a technique of using the power stonekeepers possessed that Silas had made a theory of, when really he was just entering his memories. He stayed in his memories for months, never waking up, then died, causing much grief to Vigo. In the other books, he tries his best to help the crew of the Luna Moth. He originally disliked Trellis, but became loving to him in the 5th book. In the sixth book, He mentioned that he didn't like leaving Emily with Gabilan as, by his once being a father, he had a father's instinct. He has a grey beard, and wears a blue overcoat. Interestingly, his stone is green and does not have the Voice's symbol on it, like all the other stones do.
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I may not be as clever as Max, or as skilled as Ronin, but don't ask me if I'm ready. Because no matter what happens, I'll have to be." — Emily to Vigo Light, while doing a tribute at the end of The Last Council Emily preventing the Elf Prince (Trellis) and Luger from getting tortured and annihilated by the elf guards.
Throughout the series, we learn about Emily’s family’s past, her great-grandfather’s abrupt disappearance, and the power of the Amulet. Emily and Navin, with the help of extraordinary supporting characters, also learn about their own powers — powers to cope, powers to survive, powers to protect others, and powers to grow.
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As the children hide from the monster, the amulet tells Emily that to save their mother they must find the house where Silas lives. It gives her clear directions but as they try to follow them, the monster runs after the children. The amulet then helps them escape. I can't wait until the last book. Good thing the world didn't end, because it comes out in September 2013!BookZombie (January 22, 2013). "Amulet: The Stonekeeper: Book One by Kazu Kibuishi - review". The Guardian . Retrieved March 2, 2013.