The Seventh Tide review ´ 4

The Seventh Tide

Joan Lennon Ò 4 characters

St them their lives If they fail they're at the mercy of beautiful soul sucking demons But Eo Adom and Jay are ready to face whatever the seven tides throw at them They hop I think it was a great book but the climax is hard to define and the ending is uite abrupt

review The Seventh Tide

Being hurled back and forth through time in a deadly game where there can only be one winner A careless mistake by Eo has led to a time travelling challenge which could co very different still loved it though

review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ò Joan Lennon

A teenage shape shifter called Eo A boy from the sixth century called Adom And a girl from the twenty second century called Jay What do they have in common Well they're all Really I'm the first to rate or talk about this book It doesn't even have a synopsis or a cover This is uite shocking for an era basking in fantasy fiction Let's see there are demons mazes tales of friendships shape shifters and normal humans and you're telling me no one on GoodReads has come across this book AmazingThe Seventh Tide whether the first out of a series or not I haven't bothered to find out is a decent enough fantasy book There's a bit of magic and time travel involved which are two of my favourite elements in any fiction book but the storytelling is a bit on the convenient side It's a good effort but it's not captivating enough There are a few red herrings and twists but like I said they're convenient than brilliant 'hey why didn't I notice that before's It's got a good concept but has been written in a less than amazing way Likeable characters but not lovable Fear for them but any losses are easy to get over compared to say the hard hitting deaths of some characters in Harry Potter


About the Author: Joan Lennon

I live and write in the Kingdom of Fife overlooking the silvery River Tay with a view of trees and grey slate roofs and a skyscape it would be hard to better Also resident in the flat are an unruly crowd of characters including a Victorian detective girl a miner boy from an alien planet a ferret princess a medieval orphan a talking gargoyle a short Viking and the occasional flying horse


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