October 13, 2012

Review: The Key of Amatahns (Argetallam Saga #1) by Elisabeth Wheatley

Janir had the misfortune of being born with one of the hated Argetallams for a father. But unlike other Argetallam children, she was mostly granted a normal childhood, away from the rest of her family. It looked as if she would live a relatively normal life as the foster-daughter of a powerful lord. Until one critical day Janir’s powers awakened and she became entangled in a young enchanter’s quest for a long-lost treasure called the Key of Amatahns...
 I was surprised to learn that the author of this book is a High School student. It makes perfect sense though. Who better to write a YA book from that point of view than a YA? It is a very interesting story. Well written with a lot of description. The characters and settings really pop into your mind. It has an exciting storyline that leaves you guessing. Not a dull moment, a lot of action, interaction and imagination throughout the book. I liked the way it all flowed together. The main character changes and grows during her adventure. I am looking forward to reading more from this author. I hope she continues this story, I'd love to see how everything turns out.
Publisher-Chengalera Press
Reviewers Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by~Mechele
~Thank you to the author for the donation of this book!~


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