Thursday, April 6, 2017

Skyblind by J.R. Fehr

Skyblind
by J.R. Fehr

My rating: 4.5 stars

Publication Date: June 1, 2016
Publisher: J.R. Fehr
Genre: Children's Fantasy
Print Length: 368 pages
Available from: Amazon
 
Corwin Medisto is turning 16 and becoming a man, but that’s the furthest thing from his mind. He and his twin sister Taylee have discovered an ancient relic fueled by dark magic that has a mysterious link to their long dead mother. Worse yet, they’ve accidentally activated it.

Desperate to learn the truth of its origins and to break free of its curse, the twins leave home with their childhood friend and embark on a quest that leads them to come face to face with Syyris Sagrado, the god of Day, and discover a forbidden power greater than the forces of Day … and Night.
  

 
Skyblind by J.R. Fehr 

SkyblindCan we ever have enough great children’s fantasy reading? Enter J.R. Fehr’s world filled with adventure, a quest and magic, lots of magic. SKYBLIND will spark the imaginations of younger readers as well as adults as twins Corwin and Taylee accidentally activate an ancient relic with a connection to their long dead mother. The world they become part of is filled with deceit, treachery and greed, as they become determined to discover what this relic means and what powers it possesses. How could they know they would also meet the god of Day, the very god they worshiped? Could the relic contain even more power than this great god?

Fast-paced, full of mysteries and strong characters, the twins show both wisdom beyond their years and the immature moments of a child facing seemingly insurmountable odds. J.R. Fehr draws his readers into this tale with richly detailed scenes, heart-pounding action and the powers of magic!
A fun read that will keep readers glued to each page from start to finish!

My Rating: 4.5 Stars



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