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Return of the Son of Hamorin (The Zargothian Tales)

by Aidan Lucid

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“Return of the Son of Hamorin: The Zargothian Tales” by Aidan Lucid

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book is a great Young Adult Fantasy/Adventure story! I think this book is perfect for young adults and adults that enjoy YA Fantasy. This book would be a great read for a young boy that dreams of being a hero – and so many boys want to be a super hero. Nevertheless, this fantasy story will appeal to more than just young boys…I am a 20-something female and I enjoyed this read! The action and adventure were exciting and the author knew how to keep the reader’s attention – he sure knew how to keep mine! I would rate Aidan Lucid’s “Return of the Son of Hamorin: The Zargothian Tales” 4 STARS overall.

This young adult book is a story of adventure and magic in an alternate world. Fifteen-year-old Henry Simmons from the modern world is the main character of this novel. After coming into possession of a mysterious and magical coin, Henry travels through a portal to the land of Zargothia. Two other men greeted him from his world, and they were pilots from the time of WWII. Together, Henry and the men embark on the journey of a lifetime. Follow them throughout their quest, and learn along with Henry as he finds out his purpose.

I really liked Aidan Lucid’s writing style. Everything flowed nicely and I found the story easy and fun to read. The author had excellent world-building skills and you could just see everything so clearly in your mind while reading. I think young adults will find this book enjoyable and relatable. The author could have been describing just about any teenager in the beginning of the story while talking about Henry’s high school experience. I think kids will find it fun to imagine that they could all of a sudden find a magical coin and be whisked away to another world where they are a hero.

I would suggest adding “Return of the Son of Hamorin: The Zargothian Tales” by Aidan Lucid to your To Be Read list if you are looking for a good YA Fantasy/Adventure book!

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  briannaleereviews | Jan 2, 2013 |
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