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Review: Teagan of Tomorrow by Jaime Lee Mann

Series: Legend of Rhyme #3Teagan of Tomorrow

Title: Teagan of Tomorrow

Author: Jaime Lee Mann

Publishers: Blue Moon Publishers, Blue Moon Voices

Date of Publication: October 6th, 2015

Pages: 202

Rating: 4/5

My Review:

This fun, intriguing middle grade science fiction and fantasy saga continues with the twins Asher and Ariana Caine transported from Coraira to a future where there’s no magic but there is a special resort where their home area is enacted and they are remembered.

In the same time and area there is a young orphan and foster girl called Teagan and she has the key to help them get home again and to reinstate the magic in Caraira – but she is totally unaware of this! Can the twins return to Cariaira to restore magic to Rhyme? Can they help save those Asgall the wicked sorcerer has sent to sleep? Just who is Teagan and why is she so important?

The stories keep on getting better as the series progresses. It is a brilliant fairy tale with plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader enthralled and wanting to know more. It is a classic case of good v evil with magical characters to add to the highly entertaining mix, a real page turner and it continues to be a superb introduction to fantasy and science fiction for children. Highly recommend that teachers also check this out as the series could really appeal to some who are otherwise somewhat reluctant readers and so encourage them to develop a love for reading.

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.

Synopsis:

The powerful sorcerer Asgall has been banished from the magic realm of Coraira, but not before throwing twins Asher and Ariana Caine into the future. In a place and time without magic, the two are on their own, unable to use their powers to get back home.

Meanwhile, a new darkness has entered Coraira, threatening all of the world’s magic and all of those who practice it. Only the combined power of Asher, Ariana, and a mysterious girl named Teagan can protect the realms.

Will the twins find Teagan in time?

Could this new darkness strangle all of the world’s light?

What if the twins never get back to the people and place they love?

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble

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One comment on “Review: Teagan of Tomorrow by Jaime Lee Mann

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

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