The quizmaster opened his arms and laughed, straight into Patrick's eyes. 'Patrick!' he shouted. 'Are you ready to play ...Finders Keepers?' Patrick's eyes bulged. He licked his lips, swallowed. 'Yes,' he squeaked. 'Well, come on over!' bawled the quizmaster. And then everything went black. Patrick is a Finder, someone who can cross the barrier between two worlds and retrieve lost objects. He's been chosen in a game of chance, but he'll need more than luck to win, and time is running out.
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Book Review: Finders Keepers by Emily Rodda - Reviewed by Rosalynd (01 Jun 2016)
Finders Keepers a great read! When I first looked at this book I wasn't sure it was a good book because I hate Deltora Quest (Emily Rodda wrote it.) But when I got stuck into it from the first page I was hooked!
Finders Keepers is a awesome action-filled book for kids of any kind! Girls, boys, anyone! The pages leave you thinking 'Whats going to happen?' I read Finders Keepers from a library, but I will be definitely buying this book! (and the sequel, of course!)
I have this hobby that when I read books I buy them. And if I only have the second book of a series I HAVE to buy the first one. hehe...
Well, to sum it up, Finders Keepers is a AWESOME READ and read it if you want a good story!
Book Review: Finders Keepers by Emily Rodda - Reviewed by pcoutas (05 Jun 2011)
Where do those lost socks go? Read this book to find out. Emily Rodda creates an adventure in "Finders Keepers" that stays with you long after the book's end (luckily, there's a sequel!). Patrick, the main character, enters a game show in a parallel dimension which requires him to retrieve lost items of great sentimental value to their owners. There's a lot of laughs in this book, and the drawings bring the characters to life.
Although first published in the early 90's (with some interesting descriptions of computer games!), this book remains a sure hit and a great read.