Freax and Rejex

  • Title: Freax and Rejex
  • Author: Robin Jarvis
  • ISBN: 9780007453429
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Freax and Rejex The second novel in the extraordinary ground breaking genre busting new trilogy from master of fantasy Robin Jarvis Five months have passed since the publication of the devilish book discovered in D
    The second novel in the extraordinary, ground breaking, genre busting new trilogy from master of fantasy Robin Jarvis Five months have passed since the publication of the devilish book discovered in Dancing Jax It is on its ninth reprint and tens of millions of copies have been sold in the UK The entire country is now under its evil spell Yet a tiny percentage of the poThe second novel in the extraordinary, ground breaking, genre busting new trilogy from master of fantasy Robin Jarvis Five months have passed since the publication of the devilish book discovered in Dancing Jax It is on its ninth reprint and tens of millions of copies have been sold in the UK The entire country is now under its evil spell Yet a tiny percentage of the population have proven to be immune to the words of Austerly Fellows The number of unaffected children between the ages of 7 and 15 is only 49 With the critical eyes of the rest of the world turned towards Britain, the Ismus decides to send the children for an intensive holiday camp, where they will study the sacred text and learn to embrace it But after the holiday is over, the children are told their stay has been extended A barbed wire fence is put up around the site And it soon becomes apparent that the place is not a camp and the children are not guests They are prisoners of war

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    About Robin Jarvis


    1. Robin Jarvis born May 8, 1963 is a British children s novelist, who writes fantasy novels, often about anthropomorphic rodents and small mammals especially mice and Tudor times A lot of his works are based in London, in and around Deptford and Greenwich where he used to live, or in Whitby.His first novel The Dark Portal, featuring the popular Deptford Mice was the runner up for the Smarties book prize in 1989.


    775 Comments


    1. I'm not quite sure what to think of this book. It was a little slow to start, but it's dark, brilliant, and full of unexpected plot twists, and I can't stop thinking about it. I'm extremely curious to see where Jarvis is going with this and how everything comes together (I hope!) in the last book.

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    2. Ето го и дългоочакваното продължение на Танцуващият Замък! Чудесната корица и оформление отново са оригиналните, с които май излиза по цял свят, ако не се лъжа.Танцуващият Замък разпростира бързо заразата си из Англия в това продължение, паразитирайки из целия остров. И не [...]

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    3. I didn't like this one as much as the first one as I thought it dragged on for a bit too long at parts and it wasnt fast passed as the 1st one was.

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    4. Крийпи, крийпи, крийпи!

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    5. Probably one of the last books that I'll finish for the year, but certainly a cracker of a way to end the fiction-reading year. Easily the most gripping novel that I've read this year.For those who came in late, Robin Jarvis was my favourite childhood author, but due to the passage of time, it's been one of those things where I've missed a few of his middle period books when I was off at uni/starting work, etc. but have been catching up on his latest stuff. And what a progression. In the early 9 [...]

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    6. FSK 18! Das Buch ist wirklich gut, aber auch sehr grausig.

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    7. (1st read: March 10, 2013 - March 15, 2013)Kurzbeschreibung:Vor einigen Monaten tauchte ein merkwürdiges altes Buch in einer britischen Kleinstadt auf und zog all jene, die es lasen, in seinen Bann. Inzwischen wurde das Buch in großem Stil veröffentlicht und ganz Großbritannien ist ihm verfallen. Diejenigen, die sich seinem Einfluss widersetzten, wurden getötet. Doch es gibt einige, auf die das Buch keine Wirkung hat. Sie werden Abtrünnlinge genannt, werden verfolgt und gejagt, auch von ih [...]

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    8. This book is simply one of the best books I've ever read. Robin Jarvis strikes again with his amazing story weaving like no other author - here we revisit the holocaust like reality that has dawned after the initial book - the UK is enslaved by the book and there is nowhere to turn for the poor immune few who can't fall under the spell of the evil book Dancing Jacks.Slowly easing you in to a false sense of security, the book begins as playful and almost eerily too good to be true finally catapul [...]

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    9. If I never read anything like this again, it'll be too soon. Watching leaves grow on a plant would have been time better spent. Being at a dentist would have been more enjoyable. As an example of the intense bile-worthiness of this book, & the vapidity of it's intelligence, it's only way to show uber bad-assness is to have a human children being mashed into sausages & fed to other children. That has to be the most unintelligent, not to mention imagination-lacking way to show how bad your [...]

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    10. This book, like the first, was twisted and sick. I absolutely enjoyed it. Not a series for the faint of heart.It had books and fairytales and monsters and children (of diverse backgrounds from what I remember). The kids were all loveable in their own way which made the sick and twisted events that occur even more tragic and painful. I rooted for them so freaking hard. Such an insanely good read, looking forward to #3 !!!

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    11. Was muss in dem Kopf des Autors Robin Jarvis vorgehen, wenn ein solch geniales, äußerst spannendes, rätselhaftes, beängstigendes, nervenaufreibendes, furchterregendes, grausames, schreckliches, fesselndes Buch das Ergebnis ist?! Ich bin mehr als beeindruckt und auf eigenartige Weise schockiert. Am Ende blieb ein recht beklemmendes Gefühl und das Warten auf "Fighting Pax". Es ist definitiv kein Kinderbuch, aber eins der besten Bücher, die ich je gelesen habe!

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    12. I don't usually rate a book with 5 stars.is one was an easy decision!!!!.mply loved it, as much as the first one, if not more!!!looking forward to reading the last one!!

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    13. Wow. This was intense and I loved it. So many unexpected plot twists and so many great characters.

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    14. I don't like trilogies for many reasons. I think the first reason is that you cannot move these days for them. Everything is a trilogy. It is literally the worst way to tell a story. The problem being that you have the first book where you're introduced to the concept, the characters and the plot. That book's usually great. Then you have the last book in the trilogy where everything has been worked out and the disparate threads of the narrative are cleverly woven together with a nice dollop of a [...]

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    15. Zitat:"Vor fünf Monaten war ein Kinderbuch mit dem Titel Dancing Jax veröffentlicht worden, das sich seitdem unfassbare dreiundsechzig Millionen Mal verkauft hatte. Das bedeutet mindestens ein Buch pro Bürger. Es hatte das Leben jedes Einzelnen in diesem Land völlig auf den Kopf gestellt."(S. 21)"Während er sprach, erschienen immer mehr dunkle Flecken auf seiner Haut, bis sein Gesicht vollständig mit schwarzen Punkten, wie von Tinte oder schwarzem Schimmel, überzogen war. Sie wuchsen und [...]

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    16. Inhalt:England ist ganz im Bann der "Dancing Jax". Jeder huldigt dem Ismus. Bis auf ein paar Abtrünnlinge, auf die das Buch keinerlei Wirkung zeigt. Um auch sie gefügig zu machen, lädt der Ismus zwanzig Kinder und Jugendliche auf ein Camping-Wochenende ein. Natürlich verfolgt der Ismus ganz andere PläneMeine Meinung:Dieses Buch kam, holte weit aus und streckte mich nieder. Anders kann ich es nicht beschreiben."Dancing Jax" von Robin Jarvis soll bzw. muss man der Reihe nach lesen. Bitte nich [...]

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    17. Inhalt:An die, die immer noch um jeden Preis Widerstand leisten (ich weiß, ein kleiner, verstreuter Haufen existiert noch), entweder weil ihr einen eisernen Willen habt oder einfach das Glück, so wie ich immun gegen den Wahnsinn zu sein: Ich rate euch dringend, das Land zu verlassen! Verschindet von da. Ihr könnt nichts mehr ausrichten.Vor einigen Monaten tauchte ein merkwürdiges altes Buch in einer britischen Kleinstadt auf und zog all jene, die es lasen, in seinen Bann. Inzwischen wurde da [...]

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    18. What can I say?I adored this book.Now, before this review really gets going, I'm going to point out that I have not read the first book of the series and instead just jumped straight into this one because it looked really cool. I actually picked it up one morning as a time filler for a couple of minutes, expecting it to be just that. Instead, I was nearly late to school because the book was just too damn good and I could not put it down.This book is a nice blend of all things I like best. Card s [...]

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    19. After finishing the first book, I didn't realize there was a series. After borrowing it from the library a second time a few months after I was delighted to find out that there was an entire series and immediately got out Freax and Rejex.The book amazing and I liked how it was set after Britain had fallen, especially when some of the characters explained what the riots were like with those who were fighting the book being converted on the street. But the book spent most of its time in the camp w [...]

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    20. I've been a fan of Robin Jarvis since someone nudged me in the direction of his Wyrd Museum series. I also remember how, starting around 2001, promising beginnings like Deathscent (so far the only one of the series 'Intrigues Of The Reflected Realm') and The Thorn Ogres Of Hagwood (similarly, the only one to appear) gave way to an interminable space which stretched out to getting on for a decade. Then, suddenly - Dancing Jax. Transported back a decade, ready for another go, I read it and was str [...]

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    21. HANDLUNGIm zweiten Band der Reihe hat der Ismus sein Ziel, Dancing Jax zu verbreiten, In Angriff genommen. Wir verfolgen zuerst die Reporterin Kate, die für das amerikanische Fernsehen die verstörten Ereignisse aufzeichnet und ihnen nachgeht. Sie lernt den Ismus kennen und wird von ihm zu einem besonderen Wochenende eingeladen: ein Wochenende voller Feste und Spiele, an dem die übrigen abtrünnigen Kinder bekehrt werden sollen. Doch es stellt sich heraus, dass der Ismus ganz andere Pläne ver [...]

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    22. Dancing Jax: Freax and Rejex - Robin JarvisThe second instalment in the Dancing Jax series, the first book is reviewed here also by me.A step back from the characters of Dancing Jax is took here, with them being mentioned briefly rather than being the focus. However a brand new group of characters is introduced, the teenagers who are unaffected by the book, the Freax and Rejex.Victimised by everyone in their lives for their inability to be absorbed into the book they are took to a camp, isolated [...]

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    23. “Танцуващият замък 2″ сменя стъпките в движение: knigolandiafo/book-review/iОт началото на май миналата година, когато прочетох “Танцуващият замък”, очаквах с нетърпение продължението му. В първата част на книгата имаше всичко, което прави един тийнейджърски роман привлекателен и з [...]

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    24. Dark, gruesome and exciting. It's Robin Jarvis through and through but more mature and far nastier than any of his other stuff. Definitely not for the younger teenager/child! I think its only downside is it was too exciting and took a bit too long to give you the answers you need to know. You care about the characters, you want to know what is going to happen to them but the narrative was in places too drawn out for my tastes. I was guilty of flicking through it to see what will happen. I hate d [...]

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    25. This is a disturbing book. It has left me feeling dirty and I wish I had not read it. Or, I wish I had not hoped for some redeeming feature or resolution and kept reading it. It is dark, horrific and gruesome. The darkness has virtually no counterbalance and just gets more and more violent and depressing. If powerful writing is solely based on impact, then the author is a master, but the impact is deeply unpleasant. I would never want the experience repeated and would warn away anyone who asked [...]

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    26. I am, I have to say, a big fan of Robin Jarvis, right back from the days of the Wyrd Museum, when it was apparently okay to misspell words like 'weird' for the intended audience.Nowadays, Dancing Jacks is taking over the world, and my god, does Robin Jarvis go for it. In jokes, self-reference, dark humour, horror, mythology, English folk-tale, revelation, and pagan this-and-that mixed with an incisive and cutting prose. Wit, humour and a dark, dark heart spill out.This book is great, and I'm wai [...]

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    27. Втората част е много подобна на първата! С тази разлика, че всички герои са подновени и дори Измъс стои на разстояние. Книгата вече е зарибила Британия и си пробива път към останалата част на Европа и САЩ . Всички, върху които не влияе са възприети за 'лузъри' и са затворени в л [...]

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    28. Ако първата книга от трилогията на Робин Джарвис ви се е сторила мрачна със своите окултни текстове, зомбиращи читателите си, то само почакайте да видите какво се случва в „Танцуващият замък 2: Изроди и лузъри“! Прочетете ревюто на "Книжни Криле":knijnikrile.wordpress/201

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    29. Oh my god, finally. This turned out to be quite a fight to get through. It's probably me, but there were just too many characters for my liking and it took ages to figure out which ones were important and which ones weren't. Also, the setting was not my cup of tea. I'm sorry for leaving a negative review here. I have high hopes for the last part of the story though, the ending sounded quite promising, so I'm hoping for the best! :)

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    30. Even better than the first installment, Jarvis manages to create hateful characters who you gradually grow to love, only to have the most horribly unimaginable things happen to them. This is filled with strong characterization (albeit often stereotypical), but be warned - this might give younger children nightmares.

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