ENTHRALLING GREAT READ – 5 STARS
Loved the story line, sense of adventure. Well rounded characters. Flaws and strengths. Can’t wait for final book in series – M Watson (on Amazon)
AN EXCELLENT SECOND NOVEL – 4 stars
An excellent return to Medar and we get to enter Tyrelia!
Freya continues to develop as a hero. In this instalment, she finds herself cut off from her family, her friends and mentors. She is in a strange land – the fabled Tyrelia that no one knows anything about because the wall has blocked everyone for so many years.
At the same time her family is fighting their own battle. Freya’s parents are panicked when contact with her is lost, and Jack is becoming increasingly seduced by what the Golden City promises.
An excellent second novel, which does a great job of continuing the world building, and developing well rounded characters. – Kylie Dawson | Goodreads review
TYRELIA: A GREAT READ, KEEPS YOU THINKING AND RIGHT IN THE STORY THE WHOLE WAY – 5 STARS
Loved the development of the character Freya and the new character Willow. Like in Medar the descriptions of places transports you right there. Rube’s adventures in the Golden City help to explain events but not giving anything away. Couldn’t put the book down read it in a day!
This is a great second book and am looking forward to the next one. – Tracey Sherer | Amazon
TYRELIA – THE PERFECT SEQUEL
“Most of the manuscript has no notes. This is because I was enjoying it too much to pick up my pencil! But overall, I think this is an absolutely fantastic story and the perfect sequel we have all been waiting for!” – Abbie (13y) – Beta reader for Tyrelia
IMMERSED IN THE REALM – 5 Stars
I am so enjoying the incredible journey which this story has taken me on … so far: first to Medar and now Tyrelia. Can’t wait for the third book!! – M Watson | Amazon
CAN’T WAIT FOR BOOK THREE – 5 Stars
Kept me wanting to read on and not put down. Can’t wait to read about Freya’s next adventures. The intertwined stories are exciting. – L | Amazon
VERY WELL DONE – 4 Stars
8/10 Great follow-up to the story. Book 2 may be a little better than the first. Again the writing is well done with very few typos or editorial errors. I cared about the characters and I was interested in the story on every page. It’s a little curious how even the characters in the know seem strangely disinterested in who or what this powerful being or entity known as the ancient might be but I suspect many of those questions will be answered in book 3.
I’ll be watching and waiting for that one. This is a good tale. – AaronzDad | Amazon