Monday, August 8, 2011

The Key of Kilenya book review

If you are looking for a fun, quick read then look no further. The Key to Kilenya is a fast paced fantasy young adult coming of age book. Wow, that was a mouth full. I found this book hard to put down and can't wait for the second book to come out. So now I'm going to tell you a little about it.

Alright here I go. Jacob is a fourteen year old boy who has powers that he doesn't know about. When he is chased into another world, he finds that even he has the strength and the ability to do what it takes to get the Key of Kilenya back from the evil hands that have stolen it.

I really like Jacob. Granted he can be a little pig headed at times, but what fourteen year old isn't. Being the youngest of nine, I always compare myself to my older sisters. They're more beautiful, talented, etc. Jacob has an older brother, Matt, who can do everything better than him. I think at times we all feel this way. My respect for Jacob increased as he found his own strengths and began using them.

This is a great book for all ages. Author Andrea Pearson has done a fantastic job of creating a world unlike any other.

If you would like to learn more about Kilenya and it's author go here.
To purchase an ebook or hard copy go here.


Andrea said...

Oh, thank you so much for your review! How awesome. :-) I'm glad you enjoyed the book!

I'll be having Tristi pass out "coupons" for her blog tour people to get book two at a discount. It comes out at the end of this month. :-)

Lola X said...

Absolutely fantastic blog!!! Glad I found it! Love it!!!

Lola x

Gail said...

Thanks I'm glad you found my blog too.

Melissa J. Cunningham said...

Hey girl! Responding to your question on my blog. If you want to take out "knew" you could try.

He had to kill her. Every cell in his body screamed for revenge. (or what ever the reason is)

How about something like that? That will really hook them!

Andrea said...

Hey, Gail, I'm wondering how open you'd be to posting this review on Amazon and Goodreads? I'd really, really appreciate it, if so! :-)

Amazon (Kindle):


Thanks soooo much! :-) Also, I'm wondering if you'd be okay with me using bits of your review for blurbs and such? Let me know: apATandreapearsonbooksDOTcom. Thanks!