My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks

Another exciting chapter book for fans of My Little Pony Equestria Girls Copyright 2014 Hasbro.
My Little Pony Equestria Girls Rainbow Rocks Another exciting chapter book for fans of My Little Pony Equestria Girls Copyright Hasbro

  • Title: My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks
  • Author: Perdita Finn
  • ISBN: 9780316284868
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks”

    1. This book was disappointing. It seemed rushed at the beginning plus Trixie mentioned something like "Is there going to be a Battle of the Bands". Uh, I think this is supposed to be before the Rainbow Rocks movie, so how would she know about that??The book had an interesting perspective I guess. But it was boring.I feel like the book should have been titled differently. It mislead me and made me think it was about the movie. "The Mane Event" is about the movie.

    2. I read these books when I was younger and loved and then I would have rated them five starts but now I probably wouldn't have liked thyme as much and I don't want to recommend me way younger books

    3. I loved this book and I would have given it five stars but twilight was not in it so it wasn't very good

    4. I would say this was a good way to kick off the new year, but if I'm being honest, the first thing I read in 2016 was Star Wars fanfiction (the gay kind).I really need to stop reading books for eight year olds. The only reason I asked for this (Christmas present from my brother) was because I thoroughly enjoy My Little Pony and the Equestria Girls movies. Sure, they're written for humans less than have half my age, but they're colorful, lighthearted, and have surprisingly good and relevant advic [...]

    5. Have you watched the micro-series of My Little Pony videos leading up to the movie Rainbow Rocks? Yeah, well then you've read this book, and probably had a far superior experience.The book isn't bad, per se. It's a fun adventure, detailing how the Equestria Girls—I didn't realise that was their official band name, but apparently it is—came up with their idea for a band, and how they each chose their instrument. Vinyl acts as a segue between many of the story arcs, which was cool, but there i [...]

    6. In this book Twilight Sparkle stays in Ponyville as she helps prepare for a festival. Meanwhile at CHS the other Mane 6 are getting ready for their festival . The Mane 6 start singing together when Vinyal Starch (aka DJ PON-3) text Rainbow Dash that they should make a band, so they start to make one. Rainbow goes to a music store then Trixie and Rainbow fight over a guitar. Later, Rarity wants to play the piano but later she plays a "piatar". Fluttershy helps some pets and controls then with her [...]

    7. Here's a little summary of a book I enjoyed. Twilight just starts singing and thinks about what is going on in the human world. Then she imagines that they were all together. DJ Pon 3 hears them singing and she suggests that they should make their own band. So they make their own band. Rainbow dash has to win Trixie on a guitar challenge. Pinkie Pie plays drums. Rarity and Fluttershy has to get the hamsters in the hamster home. And Applejack is on a case for the bass. In the end Trixie gets so m [...]

    8. I love Equestria Girls One, but I love the sequel even better! In this one, Twilight Sparkle must stay in Equestria with her original friends but she can only dream up what is going on at Canterlot High where her new friends are. Meanwhile, at Canterlot High School, Rainbow Dash, after awakening from a strange dream, is suddenly triggered to start a band with Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, and Applejack. Trixie is determined to beat the Rainbooms in the CHS Musical Showcase, but Rainbow Dash wo [...]

    9. Rainbow Rocks differ from the predecessor that it is NOT a novelised version of the film but a prequel to how each girl found her instrument. Rainbow Dash battled it out with Trixie to get herself a guitar; Applejack bought back her bass from the Flim Flam brothers; Fluttershy used tambourine to calm hamsters, Pinkie Pie converted her energy to drumming and finally Rarity gave up her grand piano with a keytar.I really hated the emphasis on DJ Pon-3, it didn't work at all. Sunset Shimmer was surp [...]

    10. Humanized ponies are bad enough, but the author change made this book almost unbearable. Berrow managed to make the first book good, sticking to the Mane 6's personalities, but this one was just simple kid sentences and a bunch of exclamation marks. I really hope the movie is not this bad, because how they treated the characterization of DJ was pretty boring and disappointing and I'd expected more.

    11. I absolutly adore mlp but ehh this book was pretty boring!! If your a lil kid reading it you will prob really like it since its the mains ponys praticing for the spring fling!!! Older mlp fans will be really bored!!the movie will prob be much better i did love the first one after all and will watch once this is a movie!!

    12. I thought it was alright but definitely aimed for kids. If you didn't like the first Eqestria girls then chances are you won't care for this onee book is focused on putting a band together. Trixie wants to be better so she is somewhat a bully. DJ Pon3 is also in here a lot and kind of wants to help them either band some.

    13. The equestria girls books are the best books are the best books I have ever read. Especially the two Rainbow Rocks books. This is the second best equestria girls book I have ever read. My first favorite equestria girls book is The mane event. They actually wrote mane like a horses mane.

    14. Nowhere near as good as the first Equestria Girls book. Very shallow narrative in comparison. Biggest complaint? NOT ENOUGH TWILIGHT SPARKLE!!!!!!! /)

    15. After the first book this was a great improvement. I was surprised that perdita finn used the shorts for this book instead of the movie. Love it

    16. Didn't really learn anything new about the world. I can't believe I'm saying this but it wasn't as fun without Twilight Sparkle.

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