Translate

Featured Post

Disclaimer/Copyright Notice

All reviews and opinions shared on The Faerie Review are mine alone. I review books of my own accord. All books reviewed on this blog are e...

Monday, October 22, 2018

The Dragon's Cave






Title: The Dragon's Cave

Author: Rose-Marie Lyttle

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy








Rating: 5 out of 5 fairies






Synopsis: A DRAGON'S TREASURE. A GREEDY KING. ONLY ONE BOY CAN RESTORE BALANCE BEFORE THE MOUNTAIN IMPLODES.
Seamus's day couldn't get any worse. His best friend stops speaking to him, his cross-country coach benches him, and lightning strikes him down, right in front of his middle school. But it does get worse.  When he wakes up from the lightning, he finds himself trapped in the body of a young squire in medieval Scotland. At the base of a haunting mountain, a tyrannical king leads Seamus and a group of soldiers to face off with a dragon. When a knight who seems eerily familiar is wounded, Seamus is the only one who can find the cure deep within the dragon's lair.
As he approaches the cure, the terrifying dragon traps Seamus and has a chance to end his life. But the dragon spares him, saying that the young squire is on a quest that could change the world forever. Seamus learns he must make a dangerous pact with new allies in order to save his friend's life and secure one last chance to get home.

Review: WOW! I started reading this and I didn't want to stop. I was a little confused at the beginning, (what does cross country have to do with dragons?!) but I loved how the lightning strike took Seamus to Aster. Aster was such a believable place, I felt like I was right there with Seamus. I was sad to leave it behind when I finished.

Where to buy: Amazon

About the Author: Rose-Marie Lyttle is a USA Today bestselling and award-winning author under another pen name. As Rose-Marie, she writes middle grade and young adult fantasy novels. She is also a contemporary dance teacher, Feldenkrais Practitioner(R), energy worker and mom to two lights who shine up her world. She splits her time between Tucson, AZ and Taos, NM.

No comments:

Post a Comment