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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Book Review of Spirit Lake

Book Review of Spirit Lake
Sponsored by LIEP Productions

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SPIRIT LAKE (Spirit Lake #1)
by Tamar Hela
Young Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction
Publication: April 14th, 2015
Published by: Cosby Media Productions


Book Summary:

Six teenagers from Northern California are assigned a seemingly innocent group project for their sophomore English class. Little do they know, this project will take them on a journey out of this world — literally. Cantelia appears much like Earth until the kids realize magic is as plentiful as the wildlife surrounding them. What’s at stake is much more than they can fathom, especially since they are part of an ancient prophecy.  A dark and evil ruler is enforcing a curse on the tribe’s people of Sikuku Island—the same place where the kids have been transported. Now, they must help the islanders break the curse if they ever want to see their own planet again. Join Alex and her companions as they learn there is so much more beyond their comfortable lives in Pollock Pines and its legendary lake, Spirit Lake.

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About the Author:

Tamar Hela is a writer and editor from California. Since the age of ten, many of her teachers have encouraged her to pursue a career in writing fiction. Tamar has always had a knack for words, loving the art of storytelling. As a musician and artist, she understands the importance of captivating an audience through various mediums, but especially loves using words to create visual images for readers. When she’s not writing, editing, drinking coffee, or traveling somewhere cool, she can be found curled up with a good book.

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Review: 

            This story is about magic, space travel (sort of), and finding out what you are capable of.  The characters in this story get magically transported to another planet where they are hailed as the Chosen Ones who are to get rid of the evil in the land.  This story will continue in future books.

            The mythology revealed in the story is very interesting.  I cannot wait to see where it goes.  It also has an underlying psychological study on what make friendship and how trauma or stress can bond people.  This aspect is truly interesting and worth studying.

            I give this book 4 out of 5 clouds and look forward to reading more about Alex and her friends.


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2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for reviewing!

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