Monthly Archives: May 2016
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In the Labyrinth, we had a saying: keep silent, keep still, keep safe.
Life in the Labyrinth isn’t easy. Everyone is afraid of being noticed, standing out, being taken by the gargoyles or by the King’s spies, who always seem to be on top of anyone who doesn’t do as they’re supposed to. And Kai has to be doubly cautious because she has a secret. She can control time. How she has the ability is unknown, as well as where she comes from. Reev found her when she was 8 and took her in as his sister. Since then, she’s been trying hard to earn credits to help get both of them out of the Labyrinth. Until one day when Reev leaves and doesn’t return. She looks for help from Avan, the shopkeeper’s son, who offers to go with her to seek out Reev and find out what happened to him.
This story had a great pace and was easy to follow, even being introduced to villains, beings, and a world unlike our own. Ms Lee writes with a great way of showing us this new and different world without getting hung up on over complicating it. I really enjoyed this book and I was happy to find out it’s the first in a series. The Infinite is the second book and is already been published. I would recommend this book wholeheartedly!
Thanks to Lori M Lee and The Fiction Guild for providing this promotional book for the purpose of an unbiased review.
I was sent a copy of the book The League & the Lantern recently, and I am so excited about this author! This book is a great read for kids of all ages. I found it to be fun and exciting- a great source of entertainment. The book begins with Jake, an about-to-be seventh grader who is going to a school party with the hopes of a “do-over” after having a terrible experience the year before which caused a great deal of embarrassment. Jake shows up late, with a mess on his shirt and promptly begins his evening by having to wear a pink girlie looking t shirt- not the impression he was hoping to leave. But first impressions quickly lose importance when the museum the kids are in comes under attack. Jake and his 2 team mates, Lucy and TJ, quickly band together to escape before they’re caught by the thieves who’ve come to steal items from the Lincoln display. This sparks a continuous series of incidents as the kids try to locate Jake’s uncle for help, only to find another mystery surrounding him. This book is recommended for 9 to 14 year olds, but it can be read by many others as well. Nothing questionable in content would make this a fun book to read to younger kids. I was sent this book for free by Flyby Promotions for the purpose of review.
And now for the fun part! Flyby Promotions has graciously offered an additional copy of the book to be given to one of my readers. That’s right, I will be giving a copy of this book out for free! To enter, please go to the rafflecopter below and enter as many tasks as you like. Remember to share with others for more entries and come back again each day for daily entries as well! Good luck!
Can’t Wait? Buy the book directly from the website, https://leagueandlantern.com/ and they’ll give a copy to a child in need from one of the following non profit organizations: The Salvation Army, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, or Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
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