Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Review : The keeper and the Rune Stone by Paige W. Pendleton

Book Description

 October 31, 2012
An unholy ritual, a ticking clock. Four children discover there are things that go bump in the night ...

Centuries ago a group of Elves committed an unholy ritual. But the ritual was a spectacular failure. It transformed the Elves into the Noctivagi - the beings we know as vampires.

Striving to maintain a fragile peace, the ancient Elves and Dwarves negotiated an Accord, which they've renewed every year on the Summer Solstice. The ceremony depends on the magical Rune Stone, but it's missing. If it is not found—and quickly—the consequences could be dire, and not just for Elves and Dwarves.

Four children, Rob, Jack, Eleanor, and Flora, stumble into a world of magic and mayhem when they move into Black Ledge, the old estate on the Maine coast, and discover they aren’t the only ones who live there.

My Review:

When the father of the four Driscoll children makes a break through in science  he makes a good amount of money and buys the mansion The Black Ledge. The kids are thrilled because they will have for the first time own rooms and more bathrooms, no more sharing more privacy. Summer break is there and the kids soon start to look around in the huge house and the grounds.

When they find a cave their lives change for good when they find the keeper who makes them "aware". They see, smell and hear more after that and soon they are involved in a world of magic and help the magic world to save it. they can talk with animals.
It is all well written I love how well Camden and the house is described. The characters as well and you can see everything just before you, Great read for YA too!! Good debut book!

The Book is free at this moment click Here to get it

No comments:

Post a Comment