Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Jinxers by Sabrina Chase
Paperback: 188 pages
Publisher: Worlds Away Press (March 30, 2015)
File Size: 434 KB
Publisher: Worlds Away Press (March 7, 2015)
Won this copy as part of a digital book bundle, no review was solicited.
Opening Doors to Other Worlds, Accidentally
When I was a kid my favorite type of fantasy is where the hero magically travels to a different world. Jinxers is one of these stories, where young Jin, who is an urchin in a Dickens-like alternate England is trying to keep from freezing to death when he finds a magical glass ball that transports him to a different world, an alternate Arabia. It's a great adventure, where Jin discovers his talents, gains friends, helps good guys, and fights bad guys.
This is a "clean" adventure - though there is fighting and peril there is no questionable material - no "icky stuff" as my kids would say. The story is about learning to be brave, learning to be honest, friendship, and family.
It is a fairly short read but the book seems ready for sequels.
I think it's a fun tale of adventure, which boys and girls from Middle Grades up will enjoy.
Available on Amazon in Paperback and Kindle.
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