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The Lost Kingdom (The Elements Series, #1)

by Stephanie Beerden

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Arima was raised as a White Witch by her Nana, making plans for a wonderful future in her community, following in Nana's footsteps. On her sixteenth birthday, all her dreams and lifetime goals came crashing down on her at the revelation presented to her by the three people she loved the most. Her life would never be the same happy, carefree one she had enjoyed before. ...So begins the sensational and imaginative beginning to a new series.

This emotionally impacted, bittersweet series introduces many conflicting situations and fictive new characters...Characters which will stir equally conflicting emotions and reactions within one's heart and mind. The plot is impacted with endearment, danger, confusion, suspense, terror, caring, grief, endurance, courage, honor, humor and more. Arima is forced to face the fact her life is nothing as she suspected and is not her own. She must discover who she is and what she must become. Many interesting characters will assist her along this journey but it is ultimately her duty to accept her lot in life. She must decide to comply and acquire the skills necessary or allow her stubborn, selfish desires to prevail.

The creative characters seem very real...Some lovable, some aggravating, some evil and cruel. Corresponding emotions are interspersed throughout the tale. The supporting scenes are well-described and easily pictured in one's mind. Action and adventures never drag. There is some profanity and crudeness of language used - not appropriate for youth. There is a solid ending yet still contains a definite lead-in for the next part of the series.

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  LAWonder10 | Aug 11, 2014 |
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