Video Reviews By Mo

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Video Reviews By Mo

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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Elfblood by Kyra Dune

Elfblood by Kyra Dune

Elfblood is a book about a half elf, half human named Charlie. Charlie, a potential royal, has lived a hard life which seems to get worse when he is taken to a work camp by a power hungry king who wants to uncover an enchanted rock . My favorite character is Miranda. No matter what happened she followed Charlie and helped him. I enjoyed the mystery and the magic. It was a page-turner and a good read. I think people who enjoy fantasy books would also enjoy this story.

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Enchantment by Charlotte Abel



Enchantment by Charlotte Abel
Enchantment was filled with romance and magic although I feel that in some parts it is a bit mature, I really enjoyed it. I loved the characters and the plot, Channie (the main character) was a strong girl faced with difficult choices and people who are after her family. Breaking a curse is not easy neither is avoiding people who want to kill you. I loved this book it just pulled me in, I cannot wait to read the sequel. View the book here:

Enchantment

Three Twigs For the Campfire By Joe Cognard

Three Twigs For the Campfire
I think this is for people in a lower age group then me. its good for kids who like campfire stories. Also for those who like everyday stories and not ones for horror.
Three Twigs For the Campfire By Joe Cognard

The Basket of Seeds Ska St.Julian

The Basket of Seeds Ska St.Julian
I don’t have words to describe this book, it just wasn’t what I expected, I don’t think it’s for people my age. To be honest I don’t think it’s interesting. It first talked about a sleepy train and Mommi Sparklie, as I read some parts I  didn't really understand why was it talking about this? I was lost plus I didn't understand what they were talking about, I didn't like it. It might just not be for people my age group.You can try it if you would like click the name below to see it on amazon.

P.S The drawings are good  I liked them.