Deltora Quest

TV review by Matt Springer, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 9+

So-so fantasy-themed anime import has very scary villains.

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 8+

Based on 8 reviews

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age 12+

shouldnt have been made

It was not good I loved the books growing up I still do then I heard they made a tv show but when I watched a few episodes I was so disappointed they couldn't follow the story line and the actors dont even try to do the voices it was a waste of time watching it.
age 8+

Straight to the point

Many will compare this to the book series of the same name, I am no different. The largest problem lies in over simplifying the morals of the books and adding on extras to a good story line. They take some of the intelligence away from the main heroes, and in exchange make the problems over complicated. It would still be bad even without the book series though. Without reading the books it is easy to get lost, and it has a lot of problems with plot holes. The villain becomes uninteresting and it's hard to get into the plot.

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