Adventure to Dragon's Isle- five star review


Hi lovely reader, I want to share this review that I tought was beautiful.
Book 2 Adventure to Dragon's Isle was so special to me, as I was not as focused to establishing autism awareness asI was in book 1 but here I dug deeper into my characters and established a magical land of fae. Also, I wanted to touch a lot more on Kaia's character, her feelings and emotions and how she begins to find herself.
I leave you with the full five star review.
"Fantasy adventures, spell casting, mystery, and mystical worlds are the stuff of any kid’s dreams–the fantasy elements may vary, but the magic and enchantment are present in all of the best kids’ fantasy books. Reading these children’s fantasy books is sure to enchant your child and transport them to worlds they can only dream of. Thankfully, there are plenty of fantasy books for kids out there. But that can also be overwhelming. My time as the young adult and middle grade shelver at work and as a middle school reading tutor showed me how hard it is for parents to find age-appropriate material for their kids but you don’t need to worry about it. I have figured it out for you. The book I am about to tell you all about is a fantasy read which is not just a kids read but I would give it a YA read too. When a reader like me can get engaged reading such a story the kids are going to love it for sure. The book I am talking about is called “Adventure to Dragon's Isle (Risho & Kaia)”.
I usually start with the title and the cover of the book majorly because it's the most exposed part of the book to the viewer’s eye. May be not to all but the readers do notice the appearance of the book which sets the vibe before reading. When it comes to “Adventure to Dragon's Isle (Risho & Kaia)” it has a very interesting cover. I feel the children and young adults are most attracted to the title and the characters. This one has both interesting characters and the title.
Talking about the content of the book, the book has been written in about 195 pages. The detailed storyline offers a great reading experience to the readers. The element readers are going to love are the characterization because the perspective of the story is just amazing. You know there is always a view point of the story, when that point of view is well understood by the readers the story makes sense and readers get more attracted to the story. The feelings hit harder. The scenes of the story are so well constructed that you feel like everything is being played inside you head. You are definitely transported to a worl created by the author and I am sure the target audience is going to fall for the book and its characters. I loved the buildups in the story and they gave an amazing experience. The feelings associated with the story were very well translated through words. Telling you a bit about storyline, Risho is sick of standing out. The poor young man nevertheless feels trapped by cruel bullies and the problems of everyday life, despite having fae blood and carrying a potent stone of protection. However, he courageously swears to rescue his little sister after she is taken away by a wicked wizard. Kaia has a deep love for her older brother. But she feels invisible because everyone is so preoccupied with his issues. The dissatisfied child, however, finds more fun than she ever imagined when she is kidnapped through a portal and taken to a foreign land, where she encounters elderly witches, cunning cats, and sharp-toothed birds. . I am sure you guys are going to love this one because it has all of what a reader craves. Also I would like to thank the author for giving me such an experience through the book."
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