Deltora Quest Reviews
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Title(s): Deltora Quest
Author(s): Emily Rodda
Artist(s): NIWANO Makoto
Genres: Action, Fantasy, Shounen
Start Date: 2005
Status: Ongoing
The evil Shadow Lord has taken control of the kingdom of Deltora and has driven the land and its people into misfortune and suffering. Lief, the son of a blacksmith, has just turned sixteen and is entrusted, along with his two companions Barda and Jasmine, with an important mission: to retrieve the stolen seven magical stones that once reunited within the Belt of Deltora, will bring power to the true heir of Deltora and give him the power to free the kingdom from the tyranny of the Shadow Lord. There is just one problem; the seven stones have been scattered all across Deltora and currently reside in the hands of seven wicked men who are not easily willing to give them up.

Based on the popular Deltora Quest series by Emily Rodda, which is originally in English.
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Light reading for fantasy lovers
Written by Topside on May 4, 2013 at 11:46 AM
Overall Rating
Story: 3
Dialogue: 4
Animation: 5
Entertainment: 4
Let me just say this first off - Deltora Quest is manga lite. More discerning fans may be put off by its simplicity and pacing. Hey, it wasn't written for fans of Battle Angel or Crying Freeman. This was written with a younger audience in mind, and to that end, it works.

The story follows a young boy whose father was a friend to his nation's royalty. Their kingdom has fallen into chaos, due to the scheming of an ultimate evil. In order to restore the kingdom, our hero must reclaim seven gems that have been scattered throughout the realm, (read more)
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not as good as the book....
Written by oliviaotakusama101 on June 16, 2012 at 5:30 PM
Overall Rating
Story: 5
Dialogue: 4
Animation: 3
Entertainment: 4
deltora quest, one of the best written fantasy books written 4 kids. so good was the story- that it was turned into anime, and NOW A MANGA!

if u read the book and the watch the anime, the story takes on a different approach, and starts at the very very begining, years before the main story. which is kinda weird.

but 4 those who do not noe of the story- dont read this first, read the book first. i onl reccomend those who are familiar with the series to just flip through the pages of this. and if its anything like the anime, then this series (read more)
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