Sunday, November 13, 2016

REVIEW: The Emerald Key By Mark Frederickson and Melora Pineda

Penny and Laci are headed for a mundane summer vacation until a 

mysterious journal unlocks a portal to another world and they 

find themselves face to face with a baby dragon. 
In an attempt to send their new acquisition back to its home, 

the girls, along with two neighborhood friends, get sucked 

through to a mythical world. In this land, they must battle foes 

seen and unseen, pushing them to both their physical and mental 

limits. If they fail to stop the powers they’ve unleashed, it 

could not only destroy this strange world, but also annihilate 

their home. 

A great fantasy young adult novel full of adventure through a 

mythical world.I really enjoyed this author for sure.

Penny and Laci and such different and unique characters and go 

through so much after opening this book of horrors.Laci lives 

mostly through books. Her best friend, Penny, stands up for her 

when she won’t do it for herself. They are opposites, Penny is 

an athlete and a chic dresser. Laci is a bookworm and dresses 

for comfort. She’s a bit of a klutz too.

Wonderful world building, likeable characters, plenty of action 

and suspense, this was a delightfully enjoyable read. 

A great new young adult author to be sure.

4 stars

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