Before we start out with this review, we need to explain our review system. Often we will give a book a preliminary once over and determine that it is just plain terrible. Sometimes there are terrible grammatical errors in books for young children. Other times the book is anti-Christian or not in keeping with Christian values.
You will see few zero star, one star, or two star reviews because we often tell publicists and authors the problems we see with the book and tell them that there is no way we can endorse their book.
We read a lot of bad books so that we can tell you about the good ones. However, when we do give you a review, we “calls ’em likes we sees ’em”, to quote our favorite U. S. History teacher, Mrs. Anna Dean Pennington.
So, when we give anything a four or five-star review, it has earned it.
That being said, let us tell you that the book Our YoungGuardians: Seven and Two by Rodi Szoke should come with a warning to potential readers. That warning should read:
Warning: if you start to read this book you will not be able to put it down until you finish reading it. When you do finish reading it, you will be waiting for Rodi, the author, to finish writing the next in the series.
|We give this book all five stars!|
This book is about a different world in a different place. Magic is used but it is more elfin magic and not dark magic. Think Lord of the Rings.
This book had us guessing what would happen next all the way through. This is in another world, two actually, where earthly rules do not apply.
This book is geared more towards teenagers and young adult readers. However, adults like us can enjoy it, too.
This is that one rare book that we tell our kids about that they want to read as well.
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