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Review: Into Coraira by Jaime Lee Mann

Series: Legend of Rhyme #2Into Coraira

Title: Into Coraira by Jaime Lee Mann

Author: Francesca Haig

Publishers: Blue Moon Publishers, Blue Moon Voices

Date of Publication: May 8th, 2015

Pages: 202

Rating: 4/5

My Review:

This intriguing middle grade science fiction and fantasy saga continues with the twins Asher and Ariana Caine reunited and learning about their magical heritage, including their own magical powers. Even whilst they are being introduced to these, they also learn of Asgall’s escape and the danger they and the magical world face because of his powers.

This is an enthralling read and a fantastic continuing saga, a great enticing introduction to this genre for young readers who will probably find it easy to relate to the complete range of magical characters. It takes them into a fantasy world that is so well portrayed that it is easy to escape into in your imagination, meeting and interacting with everyone there. The story is well paced, the illustrations very welcome additions to enhance the story and the plot keeps the reader’s attention, making the story a real page turner.

I enjoyed escaping into this imaginary world and think young readers will, too. I definitely know what I’ll be reading next – the sequel to this to find out what happens next!

Thanks to the publishers for gifting me an ARC of this novel, via NetGalley, in exchange for my honest review.


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?

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble

One comment on “Review: Into Coraira by Jaime Lee Mann

  1. Pingback: Review: Second Twin by Jaime Lee Mann | splashesintobooks

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