Today we have a review from Amanda, she blogs at https://ajbookreviewclub.wordpress.com/
Amanda chose to read and review S.C.A.R.S by Julia Ibbotson in conjunction with Brook Cottage Books
PLEASE NOTE: This is a children’s novel.
WHAT I SAY
Julia wrote this book as a young girl and it so good you would never know that . i like Julia writhing style it so easy to read and just flows so well you just get caught up in this wonderful fantasy story
I would say the book aim at children in their teens but i am a adult and i really did enjoy it so i say anyone could read
Gavin a lovely boy but he seem to be having a hard time at school as he getting bullied
He seem to love king Arthur and he alway reading about all things medieval this is his escape i felt he did enjoy it so much
Sometimes at night he hears voices calling him one night he followed the voice into this wonderful fantasy world of Unor
Here they call him Gawain he so powerful and so happy here trying to save the land can the good overpower the evil
This world is full of knights , dragons and kings, The king set him on a quest .Did he do the quest ?
The book will just captures your imagination you will want to read more to see what going to happen next
Julia Descriptions just instantly transport you into this world you can see it all in your mind you are there with them all
As i said before Julia Writhing style just flowed seamlessly and just draw me into this fascinating story .
I want to tell you more about the plot but i want you all to read
The book shows you want friendship all about and what evil all around us in one way or another .i loved that Gavin escape into this world i enjoy reading about his two life’s
Can he save the people of Unor ?
Can he defect the evil enemy ?
Just a wonderful book that will hook you into this wonderful world
You will love all the characters you feel part of this book it so good
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK JULIA FOR LETTING ME READ AND REVIEW HER FAB BOOK
Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com
Reblogged this on Barrow Blogs.
And such a wonderful surname. Is she related to Eva Ibbotson?
Could be, I’ve no idea.
I’m getting hooked with YA!