Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Review: Ennara and the Fallen Druid by Angela Myron

Title: Ennara and the Fallen Druid
Author: Angela Myron
Series: Ennara #1
Publication: June 12th 2013 by Stardance Publishing

Genre: Middle Grade ~ Fantasy
Purchase: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Book Depository

Rating: 2/5

Review copy provided in exchange for an honest review.

When a mysterious curse threatens to transform everyone into shadowy demons, a magical eleven year-old girl must travel to a sunken city ruin—fighting pirates, monsters, and an undead sorcerer along the way—to find a weapon that can save her world.

Don't get me wrong because of my rating, I think Ennara and the Fallen Druid is a nice enough book for younger readers (middle grade). But for me, I didn't particularly liked it all that much.

I liked the world, the shadespawn and the three kids getting thrown together on an adventure but that's where my liking of it stopped. There were just a lot of things that didn't make sense to me. I'm not going to go into detail about it much because I don't want to give too much away.

The writing was okay. A bit mediocre maybe for my taste but I didn't hate it or anything. The action was pretty much non-stop and there were lots of magical elements and unique creatures. 

I like I said I think this book will be great for younger readers but I wouldn't recommend it being read by kids younger than ten years old because I think it might be too scary for them. 

All in all, Ennara and the Fallen Druid was an okay book for me. Lots of adventure, action, magic and a very fast read, which will appeal to middle graders a lot. I would consider reading the second book, but I'm in no hurry to do so. Maybe someday!

About the Author:

Angela Myron was born in Vancouver, Canada and lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband and twins. She grew up in the piney forests of southern British Columbia, studying tiny blue bells, dodging cacti, and creating fantasy worlds in her back yard.

Angela studied biology and professional writing at the University of Victoria in Canada and at San Francisco State University. She wrote grant proposals for nonprofits, computer software manuals, and freelance journalism before writing fiction.

1 comment:

  1. hmm I totally agree with your thoughts from what I can pick up about the book. I would probably have enjoyed it when I was younger but will be giving this one a pass for now. Great post Stephanie!!

    Chanzie @ Mean Who You Are.


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