Friday, April 8, 2011

Review: LadyStar The DreamSpeaker

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 280 KB
  • Publisher: Palace in the Sky Publishing (February 10, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004NEVWI8
Summary: Jessica Hoshi is just like any other girl. She loves music, playing in the marching band at school and spending time with her friends. One day, Jessica and her friends visit the Lakeshore Historical Society to take the Tall Ship Tour.
After they get separated from the tour group, Jessica discovers a gem-encrusted Lantern and a magically locked jewelry box below decks in the ship’s hold. A voice from inside the Lantern tells Jessica they are all in great danger. The jewelry box contains priceless stolen artifacts sought by ruthless and evil sorcerers known as Cryptics.
Minutes later, the vessel’s lights flicker to life and the sails fill with an invisible wind. The great ship sails across the lake carrying Jessica and all of her friends through an astral portal to an enchanted land called Aventar.
There, they meet the shadowy arcanist Reina, who tells them they must train at once to become Ajan Warriors. Unless they succeed, the treasures will be lost, and the last hopes of a betrayed people will fade forever.
These are the Adventures of Jessica Hoshi! Her Magical and Mysterious quest to discover the ancient and magnificent legend of the LadyStar begins as she encounters the powerful message of The Dreamspeaker!

Review: I am not usually one to read these sort of books, but when I got the offer to review it I couldn't turn it down because it was our first offer. I was a little worried going into it that I would not enjoy it. but I was pleasantly surprised when right from the start I was hooked. Right from the beginning it starts off on a wild adventure. There's something in this story that everyone will love, kick as female stars, mystery, adventure, and a spooky mansion, with strange inhabitants. The descriptions are so vivid you start to believe you are in the book and experiencing the wild adventure the girls are. It was easy enough to understand, doesn't take much thinking (which I love, I hate when I'm feeling confused and have to read back) even if you don't usually enjoy these sort of books, read it, you will.

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