Friday, 12 February 2016

The Third Power Blog Tour


Eyes of the Enemy
BlackMyst Trilogy # 1
By- Kelly Hess
Genre- Middle Grade Fantasy
Published By- Booktrope Publishing 

When a rogue band of the dreaded Sorak attacks his village, twelve-year-old Beynn Firehand escapes into the darkness of BlackMyst Forest to find help. During his quest, Beynn discovers his own powerful magic abilities. The price of his newfound powers, however, may be higher than he ever imagined.

 


The Green Dagger
BlackMyst Trilogy # 2
By- Kelly Hess
Genre- Middle Grade Fantasy
Published By- Booktrope Publishing


Tensions rise between Delvengard and Sorak as the Sorak queen demands the return of the Blade of Torrill. As Delvengard scrambles to locate the mythical weapon, many fear war is inevitable.


Fritz, who secretly possesses the dagger, is tormented by its evil. Eager to take control of its power, he journeys in search of a mysterious being who may be able to help.


The Green Dagger, Book Two of the BlackMyst Trilogy, continues the adventure, five years after the events of Book One, Eyes of the Enemy.
 

The Third Power
BlackMyst Trilogy # 3
By- Kelly Hess
Genre- Middle Grade Fantasy
Published By- Booktrope Publishing


The struggle for the Dagger of Torrill has brought Delvengard and Sorak to war. But a long forgotten third power has risen, scheming to bring destruction to both kingdoms.

Meanwhile, Beynn and Fritz learn the full extent of the green dagger’s third power as they journey through BlackMyst and through time itself in this exciting conclusion to the BlackMyst Trilogy.

  

About the Author-
Kelly Hess grew up with a love of reading science fiction and fantasy, which inspired him to write his BlackMyst trilogy. Kelly currently lives with his wife and son in Vacaville, California.

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My Review

I've given these books 4 stars as a package. I truly enjoyed book 1 and it was very different from anything I had read before. The characters were interesting and kept me wondering what would happen next. In Book 2, it moved forward quite a few years and the gap left me wondering what had happened, and why it took so long for them to worry about this dagger that was so important. Other than that it again was a fun read and the characters were interesting. In Book 3, I was sorry it was over. I wanted more. I hope this author continues on with this series because I believe he can continue on. This series is also good for kids, my son is 12 years old and he enjoyed these books and they kept his interest even though he annoyed me with asking me what certain words would sound like. Names and places were unusual for him and he wasn't sure how they should sound. Other than that one tiny issue, which to me wasn't a problem, he really loved the books. Great job making a series that both kids and adults could enjoy.

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