Saturday, April 7, 2018

Review: Children of Avalon

Children of Avalon Children of Avalon by S.E. Wright
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


In an alternate realm a darkness is stirring. 

On Earth a four year old Kyah was found in an abandoned house with no memory of who she was or how she got there. 

But all that changes twenty-one years later when she is shoved through a shimmering door into a realm of fantasy that she thought only existed as stories. Handed a mission by ancient powers, she must figure out how to defeat those intent on bringing the darkness into the light. 

In the realm of Avalon, Kyah finds strange and legendary new friends along with new found powers. These powers will help her and her new friends fight the darkness and save a town and its children. 

If she survives the encounter with the darkness she will be set on another path to find out who and what she is. 

This action-packed fantasy blurs the lines with science fiction twisting legendary heroes and mythical stories into a whole new multiverse.

My Thoughts:

Title/Cover: The title is what drew me in for this book. We have all heard of Avalon and King Arthur. The cover is pretty though and is an accurate representation of the book.

Characters: I loved Kyah. She is a tough heroine but she still has doubts about her abilities. Merlin & Pan are probably my favorite characters. I love the way they are portrayed in the book.

Plot: Kyah discovers that she is a Traveller and is transported to another realm. Remember all those stories of Arthur and the Gods? Well they exist in these other realms. Kyah is given a mission and along with Arthur, they attempt to stop Morgana.

Overall: I loved this book! It is non-stop action and all the characters are familiar. I can't wait to read book 2.

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