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Review: Second Twin by Jaime Lee Mann

Series: Legend of Rhyme #Vol 1 Book4Second Twin

Title: Second Twin by Jaime Lee Mann

Author: Robin Bielman

Publisher: Blue Moon Publishers, Blue Moon Voices

Pages: 163

Date of Publication: September 6th, 2016

Rating: 4/5

My Review:

This is the fourth book in the series and I’ve read and reviewed the earlier three novels in the children’s science fiction/fantasy series. This one brings together many of the strands introduced in the earlier three novels so I definitely recommend reading them first! I had really enjoyed the earlier novels and was keen to discover how things would work out for everyone. It is another action packed, time travelling story with messages being sent from the future to inform past selves, revelations about why some of the characters behave as they do, there’s even a thwarted love story in amongst it all that is another of the motivations for present actions! (Sorry, I don’t want to give any spoilers to anyone who hasn’t read the first three books yet!)

The children are definitely growing up in this book and there seems to be lots more going on in this fantasy multi-worlds adventure. As the history of the characters is revealed, the story becomes even more intriguing. I found some of the switches in time and location confusing at times, even though they are clearly signalled by the author. However, this doesn’t detract from the storyline and the epic saga continues, ending on another cliff hanger making me want to know what happens next!

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


Grimblerod has led twins Asher and Ariana Caine back to ancient Rhyme, a time when Calla and Elora were the same age the twins are now. Though the Kingdom of Falmoor is rich with magic, the twins are unable to use their powers. They don’t know whom to trust, where to turn, or how to avoid doing something in the past that may alter the future forever.

Meanwhile, young Teagan Rogers must decide if she is ready to leave behind everything and everyone she knows to follow her mysterious destiny beneath the waves.

Will Teagan choose to become a mermaid?

Will Asher and Ariana get home before changing the course of history forever?

And can enemies truly become friends?

This book is available from a variety of sources including

Amazon (UK)         Amazon (US)        Barnes and Noble

Check out my reviews of the earlier books in the series by following these links:

1: Elora of Stone

2: Into Coraira

3: Teagan of Tomorrow


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