The powerfully gifted Leven Thumps, once an ordinary fourteen year old boy from Oklahoma, has been retrieved from Reality and sent to stop those in Foo who are nurturing dark dreams and plan to invade and rule Reality Hold on to your popcorn In book three, the war to unite Foo and Reality has begun Not only must Leven race across Foo to stop the Secret before the deadly truth is revealed, he must travel to the island of Lith, the home of the Want the manic dreammaster who can give Leven the gifts he needs against a foreboding army of rants and other Foo beings If you are willing and have the courage, youre invited for the next adventure in book three, Leven Thumps and the Eyes of the Want Travel to Sycophant Run, survive the Lime Sea, and discover a new gateway to Foo and a threat beneath the soil The fooseeable adventure will keep Foo fans captivated and wanting This book was much better than the second It was adventurous and exciting I knew all the characters and wascomfortable in Foo after the extensive character place development in the second book I REALLY enjoyed the Want character He was great Can t wait for Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra 1 star.DNF 44%I really feel bad about this I ve been wanting to read this series for YEARS And I had such high hopes for it Book 1 was so good and made you think that the rest of the series was going to be fun and exciting and so adventurous Boy was I wrong This was boring, boring, boring, kinda good and Clover was funny, and then boring again The idea of having to get through the rest of this AND the next 2 books almost made me want to cry But I still felt bad for DNFing it.Then I real 1 star.DNF 44%I really feel bad about this I ve been wanting to read this series for YEARS And I had such high hopes for it Book 1 was so good and made you think that the rest of the series was going to be fun and exciting and so adventurous Boy was I wrong This was boring, boring, boring, kinda good and Clover was funny, and then boring again The idea of having to get through the rest of this AND the next 2 books almost made me want to cry But I still felt bad for DNFing it.Then I realised that there are far too manybooks on my shelves to get through and I m not going to love all of them so why not weed out the not so enjoyable ones, to make way for the ones I can look at sitting there and that make me smile Surely a smile is better than remembeing not enjoying something I really liked this book At first I was really annoyed with it and how everything was falling apart in Foo But near the end I became hopeful again and I am excited for the next book The creatures and the stories behind this book is just amazing How people come up with things like this I just don t know May fate be good to Foo. 3 1 2 stars.