Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Review - Haven: A Stranger Magic by D. K. Akers

A Stranger Magic (Haven, #1)Title: The Stranger Magic
Author: D. K. Akers
Series: Haven
Pages: 172
Release Date: March 5th 2013
Publisher: Vanquisher Publishing
Source: Amazon
Format: Kindle
Buy it: Amazon
Add it: Goodreads

Synopsis: Sam Dalcome thinks he is so completely average that no one ever notices him. Until he discovers a mysterious stranger outside his home. Bewildered, he tries to uncover the stranger’s intentions. But Sam is sidetracked when he and his friend Travis discover a secret passageway deep in the town’s quarry that leads to a hidden cavern. What they uncover next will not only change their lives forever, but will uncover the first clue to a deadly Dalcome family secret. Sam finds himself drawn into a world of mystery and magic he never knew existed, which brings him closer to a destiny he never knew was possible.

HAVEN SERIES: Known as a place of refuge, Haven is a sanctuary for those with supernatural abilities. Decades of peace between the Witches, Vampires, Goblins, Elves, and Orcs is coming to an end. Now the once tranquil world is shrouded in deception and corruption. Dark secrets tear at the very fabric of their alliance giving way to an evil that stirs in the shadows. Exhilarating and utterly gripping, the HAVEN series is an action-packed journey full of suspense, magic, mystery, and intrigue.

My Review: A Strangers Magic was about a teenage boy named Sam who lives with his mother who works a lot to pay the bills and sister who is always mean to him.

Sam has been having nightmares and one night he thinks he sees someone hiding in the shadows of a neighboring house across the street, so Sam goes outside but there is no one there but there are sweet wrappers where the person was standing so Sam takes one of the wrappers to show his friend.

Sam's friend Trent talks Sam into going to the quarry and when they do they discover a secret tunnel that is new, the tunnel goes deep into the quarry and leads to a hidden cavern. While exploring the cavern Sam finds the first clue to his family secret.

D.C Akers did a good job at keeping me entertained by using a lot of descriptions to keep the images flowing in my head while reading. I love stories with magic so I enjoyed getting my head stuck in this world of magic.

This was an easy read that I managed to get through it with no trouble and it is easy to get lost in the story and it finishes before you know it.

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