What I expected:
I know that this book is directed at children, so I am expecting the language of the tale to be simplistic, though not necessarily the plot. Having read the first book in the series I know the main characters are the twins Ariana and Asher. The last book left them having just saved Rhyme from the evil wizard, but some questions remained about Asher’s welfare and all the missing twins.
What it was:
A continuation of the tale started in Elora of Stone, it follows Ariana and Asher as they learn more of their abilities and as events unfold around them. Most of the characters are family members with a few peripheral persons adding to the mix. To me it seems obvious who the ‘baddies’ are; the heroes are a bit of of mix though.
The writing is aimed at younger readers, so be aware of this if you decide to read this novel. It doesn’t detract from a good storyline though. I would recommend this to parents who want to read bedtime stories to their young ones.
I received an e-ARC of this novel through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. NetGalley does not allow for paid reviews.
The Kingdom of Falmoor has been freed of its curse. The evil one, banished to the dark realm.
Finally reunited after an eight year separation, Asher and Ariana Caine learn they possess magic—a magic more powerful when they’re together.
But the Caine twins don’t have much time to discover their powers before they face a new threat. This time, it’s not just Rhyme that’s at risk, but also the magical realm of Coraira, as the evil sorcerer Asgall plans to takeover all the world’s magic. And he wants the twins’ powers to help him do it.
Can the twins defeat Asgall before he destroys everything and everyone they love?
Get your copy:
Into Coraira: The Legend of Rhyme Series (Volume 1, Book 2)