Elf Mastery Blog
I got a new review on Goodreads that made me very happy so I want to share it:
A Rockstar Book!
I adore this book so much!
Adventurous, entertaining and beautifully written!
Kayla, an elf who is going to be away from her family for the first time and leave for college. She's a talkative protagonist and keeps the reader amazed. To survive in this world, she has to overcome her complex fears and confront the unknown.
I would give full marks to this book because even though it was a YA Fantasy, it had its originality with itself. Twists and turns at almost each chapters keeps you engaged with it. It teaches you a lot. Friendship, Morals everything in a single package. What else could have anyone asked for?
Fluid writing style will keep you bounded to it for quite a long while. Mythological viewpoint of Elf Mastery was one more reason for my likeness for it.
I loved this book at many levels. Its writing style, pace, plot and the characters - all of them was nothing less than awesome. But more than anything else, this book was written in an intelligent manner. One could see the thinking level of the creator of this fantastic project.
Highly developed characters and fast paced story got me hooked with it and there's more. All these characters are seriously related to everyone else I've once or twice interacted. They were so likable.
If there is going to be one book I would read for one more time, this would be it. There is so much waiting for the next book!! This is so not fair!
A Fantasy novel that I'd like to read again and again!
Even though my reviews are still few in number I have been quite pleased that so many have been positive. I especially enjoy ones like this where the contributor goes into detail on how they feel about it. This is true even if they don't like it - I don't learn much if someone who dislikes the book doesn't explain why.
Anyway Happy Valentine's Day tomorrow!
I recently finished several years of employment with the Canadian government to pursue a Master's degree. My secret goal is to become a self-sustaining author. This blog is dedicated to the first book I have ever put on the market.