Dear Mr Lerangis, Hi! I'm a 4th grade student from Burr Intermediate School. You were doing Q and A and I didn't get to ask my question. Are you going to write another series besides the 7 Wonders? If so, what would the name be?
Hi peter, My name is Lane and I am ten years old boy. I read your first book of the seven wonders sieries. I LOVED it. I sugest that you can write a book about roman/greek mytholagy. If you could make another seiris and connect it with seven wonders (as in the charectars help each other) that would be amazing (as in a best selling 2 serieses) thank you! Lane
What??? On page 421 it says Skokie IL, NO WAY... THAT'S WHERE I LIVE. WHAT'S GOING ON???
Hey Mr. Peter Larangis! My name is Julian Brizzi. For a class project, I have researched your biography and think you have made a big change from your biochemistry days. I am currently reading The Colossus Rises. From the Seven Wonders Series. In the beginning of the book, I love how you hook the readers into reading more and more. I can't wait to finish the book, and read more books from that series!
Dear Mr. Lerangis I was wondering if you ever wanted to make a 7 wonders/Percy Jackson/Kane mashup? Rick Riordan and you are 2 of my favorite authors. I also wanted to say thank you for coming to Hagan School.
Hi Peter Lerangis, it's me again. I finally found the time to read the last book of The Seven Wonders. First of all - I liked it. I thought I'd read it on the day of publishment but never really did it because I felt like I forgot everything that happend in the prevous book. However it was easy to go back to Atlantis once more. I liked it that you shortend the series (although another book would have been great of cause) because it gave this book a mass of content and some interesting changes. It was entertaining and an appropriate conclusion - especially the last chapter. I don't want to give spoilers to anyone reading this, so I won't say anything more about the content. The last luculi made sence because it was exactly what the Atlantian people needed after their island drowned. That's something Jack and his friends didn't seem to realize. It was funny to read some german words in this book too (although they were not perfectly correct :D) and you made use of great sketches again. Beghad I just say... Please keep writing. despite the fact that I always claim your books aren't just children books, I would be happy to read a young adult book of you in the future too because I am nearly 17 now. Kind regards Dario PS:Personally I prefer tragic endings (like in Maze Runner or His dark Materials) but youre peaceful solution was well done too!
Dear Mr. Lerangis, We just finished reading book 4 in the Spy X series and were wondering why there is no book 5. It seemed like you left the option open for a book 5. We loved Spy X and want more!!! Spy X was awesome! Thanks for writing them. Sincerely, Mrs. Smith's 4th graders
Dear Mr Lerandis, I've been reading, 'The 39 Clues #3', The Sword Thief', during the holidays. I really like this book because there was always something happening to make me want to read on. I read the first book; I loved it, I read the second book; I loved it, I read the third book; I loved it and I wanted to read the fourth one. But, we were in Vienna, we went to the English library, and they DIDN'T have the book. "You dweebs," Amy would have said to the librarians. Exactly what I wanted to say. I'm excited to read more of your books and I hope that some other '39 Clues' are written by you and your fantastic imagination. I would really appreciate a response. Kind regards, Constantin
Mr. Lerangis, I love your books and I can't wait to read another. From, Leo (Age 8)
Hello, yet again, Mr. Lerangis, sorry for taking up so much of your time I just have so much to ask you. Thank you very much for the tips, this will help me as a writer. I love writing.
Hi again Mr. Lerangis, thank you for the tips. I will use them everyday. I just got your new book. I was wondering how to make beginnings not so awkward when writing them and what to do when you are stuck. Thank you! P.S You are my idol -Joey
Hi Mr.Lerangis it's me Lydia again! I would like to thank you for replying to my previous comments. It really meant a lot to me! I was just wondering if you were serious about that casting call? Sorry to bother you about this again, it's just I REALLY love acting and drama! Plus, I really love Aly who is my favorite character, next to Jack and Torquin. But, even if I don't get that casting call, I still would really like to see the movies. I hope you get an offer soon for ALL THE BOOKS in this series! I'm starting book 4 this week, and I have a feeling it's going to be an amazing story. Since our school is starting PSSA's this week, I'll have a chance to finish this book series up! Though I want to finish this series, I really just want this series to go on and on! Thank you so much for writing these book. And if you stop writing this series and another author tries to finish it, I want you to know you would probably kick the other authors butt! Thanks again and even though I'm pretty sure you said you stopped writing these books, I could read them over and over (which I probably will). Good luck on that bid and solid offers for the movie(s)! Thanks! 🙂
Hi again Mr. Lerangis ^_^, I wanna thank you for answering to my message about Greece and i am really happy to know that you are from Greece and you actually love her too.Sorry for taking up that much of your time and i wrote to thank you from the buttom of my heart (well...i cant help it you are my favorite author ) for writting your beautiful books and publishing them for us to read ^_^.I also wanted to tell you that i really loved the idea of the 7 wonders to be turned into a movie (or more than one..well actually the more the movies are the better ). I cant wait to write to you again when i read the fifth and last book. Yours sincerely, Thanasis ^_^
Hi I'm Lydia Reinsel. I just fished the first book in the series "Seven Wonders." It was such a fabulous book! I can't wait to read the next book "Lost In Babylon." I've read a little so far and its great! I think this book would be perfect as a movie. All of the special effects and characters would make the movie very enjoyable! Thank you so much for writing these wonderful stories! In fact I used your book in one of my school projects and I can't wait until my teacher sees it! Thanks again, Lydia Reinsel 4th Grade P.S. if this is going to be a movie, I think you should contact me to be Aly 🙂
Hi Peter, I am a parent volunteer for Ponderosa Elementary's school newspaper in Sunnyvale, CA. Thank you so much for coming out recently to speak with our students and for allowing our newspaper staff member, Josie, to interview you. Both my kids thought that your talk was the best author talk they've been to and I agree. It was very entertaining while also containing some great life lessons about persistence, grabbing opportunities, failing, and just looking around and noting the world around you. Thanks again, Tracy Lay
Hello, My name is Thanasis and I am a 15-year-old student from Greece.I am also a huge fan of your Seven Wonders Books I have enjoyed this series a lot in fact it is my favourite book series among every other i have read till now (and I am a fanatic book-guy,i have finished every book except of the fifth in about 2 days each).The reason why I am writting to you is the fourth book of your series named''The Curse of the King'', i was really excited when i saw that you have included Greece in your book because i am from Greece, but I have to say that the way you described the place, the taxi guy and the little Bohemian girl was kinda..um..irritating,after everything i have read in your book I am sure that you have visited Greece but im not sure weather you enjoyed it or not. All in all, i believe that you should give Greece a second chance to show you her beautiful and friendly side. Also I can't wait to read your fifth and final book''The Legend of the Rift''(i wish there were more) and i hope you will keep up the good work. ^_^ Yours sincerely, Thanasis (by the way i would like to apologise for any spelling or grammar mistakes in this message since im not from England and my english are not that good).
As expected I finished your book on my road trip to Montana. After I finished it, all I could do was stare out the window thinking "That krej!" But after awhile I realized I wasn't really disappointed at all. The ending was as satisfying as you could possibly make it, with me hanging on to every word. Whenever I finish a series, for the longest time I find myself clinging onto the magnificent world and characters that the author has created. But everything always has to end. I used to think endings were sad. But, I suppose, in a different light, they are also beautiful. So thank you. For the beautiful ending to a magnificent series that has grabbed me from the start and held on to this end. I hope this is the worst book you've ever written. Because if that's the case, it makes me all the more excited to read your next one, whatever it may be. You don't have to listen to me (And you're probably going to use these things in your writing anyways), but I just want to tell you what I love about your style and hope you keep using in your books. I love the comparisons for sake of description, my favorite from Legend of the Rift being "as if I asked him to dance naked on a stump" I really hope you use that one again. It's emosewa. The quirks you give your characters are always wacky and interesting. Cass' Backwardish for example. And of course, while they might make me feel like I'm tied to your website, waiting for the release date of your next book to come out, the cliffhangers are always an exciting twist on the last page. Thank you again for the gnizama series and writing encouragement. I hope we meet again sometime. -Peyton (Rainbow Socks, Stormy, and Payton when people spell it wrong)
Hi, I love to write comic books. I would just like to know some tips on how to be a better writer. You're awesome.
Hello, Peter! I was one of the students at the Author Visit at Kinawa on the 21st. Anyway, I had a question and you didn't get the chance to call on me! So, I'm still a child, but I'm a good writer. I've recently had an idea and I was asking your opinion on it. Here's the prologue: Nothing is staying the same anymore. Humans are evolving. They know more. They can accomplish more. They have the right to ruin lives in the effort for research. Seven soon-to-be mothers volunteered for their children to be in Project Amethyst. Each mother was given an injection, allowing their child to be born with clear blood. Those children were born thirteen years ago. One has been modified with each blood color. Akeka got red, for the deadly chaos magic. Dominic got purple, for teleportation. Elijah received blue, for invisibility. Mirra was given pink, for kinetic energy. Jordan had been gifted with green, for extraordinary hacking skills. Xitizi had been chosen for black, for controlling the darkness in our world, and finally, Lola was given white for telepathy and telekinesis. All of these children have been raised using these abilities, training every spare second. What they do not know is why they're actually doing this.
Mr. Lerangis, I just finished reading your Seven Wonders series. Don't get me wrong, it was great. I wish the ending was better though. Like, what happens with Jack and Aly? What about their 14th birthdays? I want more! Any chance you'll write anything, even if it is short?