Tuesday, March 18, 2014

BOOK REVIEW - KIERA'S QUEST : PERCEPTIONS by KRISTY BROWN - KIERA'S QUEST # 3 - TWEEN FANTASY - MUSE IT UP PUBLISHING

By: Kristy Brown
Published By: Muse It Up
Released : Available Now
Details: Kindle for honest review from author, 140 Pages

RATING: 4 WITCH QUEEN STARS!

Blurb: Goodreads

The Witch Queen has sunk to a new level of evil.

Kiera is helplessly stuck in Zakk’s realm. With the vortex destroyed, she is desperate to find a way home. Her Uncle Tom, her friends and now the boy she loves, are in danger. Will Kiera find the strength and the self-belief she needs to save them?

On her lonely journey she meets new allies from peculiar races. The Prophecy is all falling into place. Will Kiera be able to forgive the people she trusted? Will she be able to save the world from her twisted nemesis? Will she finally believe that she is indeed the ‘chosen one’?



BOOK REVIEW by Michelle:

The gang are all back in the third installment of the Kiera Quest series.

Perceptions carries on straight from where Sacrifices finished off.

The Witch Queen who was my fave character in this book was quite hilarious with all her snark and ‘deary’ comments.

“Oh keep your bloomers on. It’s not like it’s the end of the world,”the Witch Queen spat, without hesitation. She realised that this could not be Kiera-like behaviour, on seeing all three idiots, with their mouths swinging open.


I am not sure if I would have been fooled by her, but the gang were. The Witch Queen found it simply too hard to behave like a Kiera doppleganger.

I liked watching the ‘real’ Kiera and Zakk on their quest to find and make it through the vortex’s to get back to earth. They were aided by Kristy’s creative fantasy characters, the Capetorads and Mason the duplicating adonis, Hershen.

The shenanigans being played out on earth with witchie poo and her minion came with some laughs.

I think Madam Swift needs a gold star she was the only one who could put two and two together pretty darn quickly.

For all their heroic ways, Daz, Joe and Maddy certainly weren’t switched on when it came to the antics of their so called friend, played by the rather funny, Witch Queen.

This is very much a tween read. A very clean read. The romance is very, very light.

Will Daz and Maddy, Joe and Kiera, Zakk and Alex get a HEA?

Well, I guess you will have to read the fourth and final installment in Kiera’s Quest to find out.

A fun read, filled with Kirsty’s imagination.



Michelle

2 comments:

  1. I don't do many tween books, but its nice to get a review and glimpse into the genre

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  2. I don't read many either. But every now and then :D

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