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Emily has lost control of her Amulet and is imprisoned in the Void, where she must find a way to escape the influence of the Voice. Meanwhile, Emily's brother, Navin, travels to Lighthouse One, a space station where the Resistance is preparing to battle the approaching Shadow forces that would drain planet Alledia of all its resources. Emily and Navin must be smarter and s Emily has lost control of her Amulet and is imprisoned in the Void, where she must find a way to escape the influence of the Voice. Meanwhile, Emily's brother, Navin, travels to Lighthouse One, a space station where the Resistance is preparing to battle the approaching Shadow forces that would drain planet Alledia of all its resources. Emily and Navin must be smarter and stronger than ever to ensure Alledia's survival.


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Emily has lost control of her Amulet and is imprisoned in the Void, where she must find a way to escape the influence of the Voice. Meanwhile, Emily's brother, Navin, travels to Lighthouse One, a space station where the Resistance is preparing to battle the approaching Shadow forces that would drain planet Alledia of all its resources. Emily and Navin must be smarter and s Emily has lost control of her Amulet and is imprisoned in the Void, where she must find a way to escape the influence of the Voice. Meanwhile, Emily's brother, Navin, travels to Lighthouse One, a space station where the Resistance is preparing to battle the approaching Shadow forces that would drain planet Alledia of all its resources. Emily and Navin must be smarter and stronger than ever to ensure Alledia's survival.

30 review for Supernova

  1. 4 out of 5

    Zombieslayer/Alienhunter {quester in a cashier's body}

    Cover. Title. Release date. Cover. Title. Release date. Cover. Title. Release date. Cover. Title. Release date. C o v e r . T i t l e . R e l e a s e d a t e . Someone konk me on the head just hard enough that I stay out till September, please and thanks.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was definitely better than Firelight. But I was still severely underwhelmed. To get it out of the way, here are the things I didn't really like. •IT FELT RUSHED. In this book, stuff happens very, very quickly and doesn't really give you time to be invested in the story. This book should've been longer. •THE PLOT. Or...lack of it. Literally what even is the plot of this series anymore? There's a war...about what again? What are the sides? And now there's space travel and other planets? That are This was definitely better than Firelight. But I was still severely underwhelmed. To get it out of the way, here are the things I didn't really like. •IT FELT RUSHED. In this book, stuff happens very, very quickly and doesn't really give you time to be invested in the story. This book should've been longer. •THE PLOT. Or...lack of it. Literally what even is the plot of this series anymore? There's a war...about what again? What are the sides? And now there's space travel and other planets? That are somehow relevant to this war? I DON'T UNDERSTAND THE POINT. Then there's the Void thing. Emily literally had NO problem getting out of there. Like, shouldn't it be more difficult? Meanwhile, I don't even know what's happening with Navin and whatever the heck her name is. What are they doing that is important. Nothing? Got it. Basically, it felt like nothing really happened in this book. Except for the end when Emily...defeats the Elf King???? Now THAT is what I call anticlimactic. •NOTHING IS EXPLAINED. Actually nothing. I get that there's the finale still, but EVERYTHING'S going to be explained there. HA, FUNNY JOKE. THINGS I LIKED: •THE ART. Glorious as always. •A FEW EMOTIONAL MOMENTS. There was actually one moment that almost made me cry. It was good. Very good. So basically, this book could've either been longer, or shorter. Things could've been more fleshed out and explained properly. Characters could've been developed better. The tension could've been increased. Hopefully the 9th will be as good as the first 5. My theory is that Emily is actually in a coma from the car crash, and is dreaming all this stuff. But I guess we'll have to wait and see.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cori Reed

    Not my favourite in the series, but still so good! I can't wait for the final volume.

  4. 5 out of 5

    David

    3.75 The story felt a little disjointed, but that might be a result of having such a long period of time between reading the last two books. The artwork is fantastic as usual and there are some nice messages throughout the story.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Derick

    I can't believe there is going to be series 9.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    I thought this was the last book but it’s not 😱

  7. 5 out of 5

    Katie Florida

    Long awaited!! This was so full of surprises and reconnection with characters. Definitely a set up for the final volume, but a great one nonetheless.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zippity do Dah

    I really like what the author did in this book. I was a little confused after the last one, but I felt this one brought the plot back on track. There may be a few lose ends, buts that’s what having books in a series is for!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Francisco Ruiz

    good storyline

  10. 5 out of 5

    Zayed Alameri

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I need to read

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I'm so disappointed. After the last book I was so excited for this book, and I was so let down? I waited so long for this book and I felt like it was a filler and only like 50 pages were relevant. Definitely my least favourite book in the series. I feel like Navin's sections were so boring and like 90% of the book was Navin so... Idk, I waited a long time for this book and I'm disappointed in the outcome.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa Marie

    I LOVE this series SO MUCH. It’s still one of my favorite both plot wise and the art is 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mary Thomas

    Kibuishi is a treasure. The wait for book 9 begins!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    I need the last volume right now!!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    SO good.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    Literally just said, OMG FUCK! This series just got better, I want to go back and start all over again. I can't wait to see how it all ends. If you haven't read this series, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Emyrose8

    Oh boy! So many ‘what!?’ moments. The ending isn’t as much of a cliffhanger as the previous book, but it still makes me want to read the last book right now!!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    This is such a great series! Emily is a strong heroine. Now the long wait for the last volume begins.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Lower

    AHHHH!!!! Must wait for next book now.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joey

    How do I read them on this app I’m confused?

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mason Fox

    Amulet Book #8: Supernova by Kazu Kibuishi has #197 pages. In this book, the elf race are looking like they are going to attack the city, so the generals of the city tell everyone to evacuate the city. The elf king plans a stealth attack on the city, but the elf king’s orders was for all the troops to simply surrender. For the capture of the elf troops, the city throws a big celebration/party for the whole entire city; including the elf stone keeper (he turned to the good side, because he wants Amulet Book #8: Supernova by Kazu Kibuishi has #197 pages. In this book, the elf race are looking like they are going to attack the city, so the generals of the city tell everyone to evacuate the city. The elf king plans a stealth attack on the city, but the elf king’s orders was for all the troops to simply surrender. For the capture of the elf troops, the city throws a big celebration/party for the whole entire city; including the elf stone keeper (he turned to the good side, because he wants to help kill the elf king/his father). Emily (the most powerful stone keeper), has lost control of her amulet/powers due to the voice/evil spirit, and turns into a phoenix and destroys half of the city (because her amulet resembles fire). Emily then leaves the town, and goes to a mountain peak to go into the void to meet her spirit of her amulet. Emily then sees a vision of the elf king releasing his masters to destroy all the stone keepers and the city. The spirit says that he can destroy the masters, but if emily lets him come out of the amulet. Emily's brother, Navin, goes to the space station to get a mech to distract the evil spirit of emily’s amulet. Emily then calls back the spirit of her amulet, and then take control of her powers. She then goes to the elf king’s home, and rips of the elf king’s mask therefore the elves have no king (Emily says in the book “they never had one to begin with”). Emily says goodbye to her brother, mother, and friends to then launch into space, and into the void to find a balance in her amulet powers. The story is then going to be concluded in amulet book 9. I think the book was phenomenal, because Kazu Kibuishi is known as the #1 new york’s best selling author. I like every single part of this book, but the parts that just stand out to me is just the artwork in general. My favorite character was Emily, because she can turn into a phoenix with just her will power. I like the authors writing, because his words throughout the whole entire book is just so sophisticated. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves the amulet series (because there's not much people who don't know about the amulet series), and to people who like fantasy graphic novels and good artwork.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Dust

    How do I describe this book? I had really high expectations after Firelight, and it . . . kind of fell short? It was still a good book, but some things just didn’t work for me. LIKES: - Trellis. Come on guys, this one was a given. It was especially great when I opened the book and the first section was a two-page spread of Trellis. That made my fangirl heart happy. - The Encounter With Emily. The artwork was just so amazing and the emotions were so high...... <3 - The Artwork. The art in the Amul How do I describe this book? I had really high expectations after Firelight, and it . . . kind of fell short? It was still a good book, but some things just didn’t work for me. LIKES: - Trellis. Come on guys, this one was a given. It was especially great when I opened the book and the first section was a two-page spread of Trellis. That made my fangirl heart happy. - The Encounter With Emily. The artwork was just so amazing and the emotions were so high...... <3 - The Artwork. The art in the Amulet books is half the reason why I love them so much, and this book was no exception. - That One Plot Twist. I won’t say anything because it was one of the reasons why the book was good, but those of you who have read it know what I’m talking about. DISLIKES: - Trellis. I just wish there was MORE of him in this story. And unfortunately, it doesn’t look like he’ll be in the last one much, either........but this was just personal preference. - The Void Scenes. I don’t know . . . the Emily storyline just didn’t make much sense. So how did she gain control of her Amulet? And what was up with the “Hall of Heroes”? I read this book twice and I’m still trying to figure those scenes out. - The Ending. It just felt rushed. I expected a much more stressful scene, and instead . . . the stakes weren’t as high as I thought they should be. SPOILER AHEAD: Yes, I realize that the Elf King wasn’t supposed to be the main villain anymore, but he could have at least fought back a little! END SPOILER I think everyone who liked the Amulet series thus far will really enjoy this one! I don’t know if I can wait until book 9, though........

  23. 5 out of 5

    Karissa

    This is the eighth volume in the Amulet graphic novel series. The illustration remains amazing and the story makes some good progress too. I continue to be impressed with how well done this graphic novel series is. In this volume Emily struggles to gain control of her Amulet and escape the Void. Meanwhile Trellis is trying to take his place as rightful king of the Elves. Navin goes to Lighthouse One and leaves on a mission to help protect the worlds against the Shadow forces. The story is moving a This is the eighth volume in the Amulet graphic novel series. The illustration remains amazing and the story makes some good progress too. I continue to be impressed with how well done this graphic novel series is. In this volume Emily struggles to gain control of her Amulet and escape the Void. Meanwhile Trellis is trying to take his place as rightful king of the Elves. Navin goes to Lighthouse One and leaves on a mission to help protect the worlds against the Shadow forces. The story is moving a bit slow and it jumps between a lot of people and places in this book. However, I am still really enjoying it. At some point I would like to sit down and read all these volumes back to back. Since these books seem to be coming out at the rate of a volume every other year it would be great to have a “story thus far” in the front of these books. There was quite a bit of character development in this series, despite all the jumping around. It was great to see what a force Emily is becoming, and there were some interesting twists around her character in here. Overall this is another great volume in this top notch fantasy graphic novel series. There is only one more volume in this series and I am eager to see how it wraps up!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Drover-Hartwick

    Last week my son bought Supernova at his school's Scholastic book fair. I don't think I've ever seen him so excited to buy a new book. He's read each book of the Amulet series at least ten times. It's been ten years since the first Amulet book, The Stonekeeper, was released and this newest release, Supernova, is an epic journey into space and a new planet called Typhon. This story has a fast-moving plot with reveals and surprises. There is a big focus on self-acceptance, personal growth, fear, co Last week my son bought Supernova at his school's Scholastic book fair. I don't think I've ever seen him so excited to buy a new book. He's read each book of the Amulet series at least ten times. It's been ten years since the first Amulet book, The Stonekeeper, was released and this newest release, Supernova, is an epic journey into space and a new planet called Typhon. This story has a fast-moving plot with reveals and surprises. There is a big focus on self-acceptance, personal growth, fear, courage, family, and changing tradition. The artwork is breathtaking. I love the use of colour to portray emotion. The Amulet series is something you can read over, and over, and each time see something new. The story is fantastic. I love the emotional development the main character Emily experiences. If you haven't read the Amulet series, it's time to pick it up! It's a very popular series, so it's easy to find. There's only one book left to be released! Eeeee! No release date listed on Goodreads yet. These books would make a great Christmas gift for any reader in your life.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Martin

    My daughter and I have read all of these. I think the series starts off very strong, and has some really powerful parts, but it’s always been a tad off. I dislike how the mother is portrayed in the book, and while I like books with strong young protagonists, in this book, the children are constantly either more powerful than everyone else (the main girl, Emily), or being told several times per book that they are natural leaders (her brother). (Which makes no sense, because he’s not shown leading My daughter and I have read all of these. I think the series starts off very strong, and has some really powerful parts, but it’s always been a tad off. I dislike how the mother is portrayed in the book, and while I like books with strong young protagonists, in this book, the children are constantly either more powerful than everyone else (the main girl, Emily), or being told several times per book that they are natural leaders (her brother). (Which makes no sense, because he’s not shown leading anyone!) Frankly, it’s just weird. Without going into details that would spoil it, suddenly in this book we have a major new development that felt completely out of left field to me. (Maybe it was hinted previously, but I did NOT get it, if so.) Also, between the way the 7th book ended and this one began, there were parallels to Akira... which is not a kid’s story, really. I’ll certainly pick up and read the next one (which promises to be the conclusion), but I don’t really have all that high hopes.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robert Owens

    I placed my Scholastic book order. As I did, I spotted this. I had given up hope of this series continuing. I read this two and a half years ago. I enjoyed the series, but admittedly, I have forgotten the story. I suppose that is why I didn't care for this book as much as I probably would have if I read it with the others. The characters seemed fractured. I struggled to keep up with the scenes, who was who, and what was going on. On top of all that, I recall stunning images from this series. I th I placed my Scholastic book order. As I did, I spotted this. I had given up hope of this series continuing. I read this two and a half years ago. I enjoyed the series, but admittedly, I have forgotten the story. I suppose that is why I didn't care for this book as much as I probably would have if I read it with the others. The characters seemed fractured. I struggled to keep up with the scenes, who was who, and what was going on. On top of all that, I recall stunning images from this series. I think the style art has changed in this volume. It's not that the art is bad. Not at all. But I recall full-page spreads that were so eye-catching. I did not see that here. The family is re-grouping. All is heading to the series close with book #9. I think I shall have to re-read the entire series prior to reading that book when it comes out.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Andrew MacNorth

    I blew through all 8 volumes in about two weeks. I liked Amulet more throughout those first 5 installments, when it was a fantasy/steampunk saga that slowly unraveled a richer and more complex world. #6, #7, and #8 have gone full high-tech space opera and it's hard not to feel character development being sacrificed for greater spectacle. Half-baked subplots and world building inconsistencies have also piled up. If #9 wasn't the conclusion I'd probably not have kept reading, but it's easier to fo I blew through all 8 volumes in about two weeks. I liked Amulet more throughout those first 5 installments, when it was a fantasy/steampunk saga that slowly unraveled a richer and more complex world. #6, #7, and #8 have gone full high-tech space opera and it's hard not to feel character development being sacrificed for greater spectacle. Half-baked subplots and world building inconsistencies have also piled up. If #9 wasn't the conclusion I'd probably not have kept reading, but it's easier to forgive some flaws with the end in sight. Also, at the end of the day, this is mainly a series for kids. Whatever issues I, as an adult reader, may have with the storytelling, the series is always a eminently readable, a visual feast, and filled with nice themes and lessons for younger readers.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Martyn

    Amulet Vol. 8: Team Exposition! So sad to see a series that started off with such a bang limp toward the end so haphazardly. Was anyone else surprised that we waited 8 volumes to see the Elf King unmasked only for it to happen as an afterthought in a couple of panels? A lot of the scenes, particularly involving Emily, in this volume felt like that to me, as if the author realized there were some plot lines he needed to get tied up. Unfortunately Emily's character was reduced to rushing from here Amulet Vol. 8: Team Exposition! So sad to see a series that started off with such a bang limp toward the end so haphazardly. Was anyone else surprised that we waited 8 volumes to see the Elf King unmasked only for it to happen as an afterthought in a couple of panels? A lot of the scenes, particularly involving Emily, in this volume felt like that to me, as if the author realized there were some plot lines he needed to get tied up. Unfortunately Emily's character was reduced to rushing from here to there for that reason and not with any narrative purpose. I think the complexity of the story, combined with the self-imposed 9 volume limitation, is causing the author to take shortcuts with the narrative that are resulting in a very disjointed and unsatisfying read, it's a shame. I will read number 9 though!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jenna Iden

    Well, if I'm being honest, I don't believe I could write a coherent summary of this series. I sometimes feel like I'm following along with a movie that I've half-napped through; everything connects, but some of it is in pure dream logic. There's so much happening that, while I get the gist, my brain is undoubtedly missing important details. Thankfully, my eyes keep catching the gorgeous artwork. I quite liked the callback to the first book in this volume, and I'm looking forward to seeing how ev Well, if I'm being honest, I don't believe I could write a coherent summary of this series. I sometimes feel like I'm following along with a movie that I've half-napped through; everything connects, but some of it is in pure dream logic. There's so much happening that, while I get the gist, my brain is undoubtedly missing important details. Thankfully, my eyes keep catching the gorgeous artwork. I quite liked the callback to the first book in this volume, and I'm looking forward to seeing how everything resolves in book 9! (Maybe Scholastic Book Clubs can sneak that one to me early too...?)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Piper

    At this point I am simply confused. Can someone please explain to me what is happening? How did we end up in space? and for what reason? why do we need those trees again? Like in the last few issues Navins storyline is so uninteresting to me I just dont see the point. This is so convoluted I dont even know anymore why there is a war and whom we are fighting. This series started out really strong and I loved it! It has been going downhill for a while now. Weve been told how horrible, dangerous and evil At this point I am simply confused. Can someone please explain to me what is happening? How did we end up in space? and for what reason? why do we need those trees again? Like in the last few issues Navins storyline is so uninteresting to me I just don´t see the point. This is so convoluted I don´t even know anymore why there is a war and whom we are fighting. This series started out really strong and I loved it! It has been going downhill for a while now. We´ve been told how horrible, dangerous and evil the elf king is and this little girl just walks in there and unmasks him in under a minute.... yeah right! What a villain... Overall this is not bad but very disappointing. 2.5 - 3 stars

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