Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Treasures of Carmelidrium review

The Treasures of Carmelidrium
4 stars

The Treasures of Carmelidrium is a story about a girl named Michelle (Missie) who is an extremely talented flautist only weeks away from graduation. On her way to visit her family a portal is opened in front of her car and she drives into a new world.

Upon arriving in the new world she meets Prince Healden and his party, a unicorn gives her the ability to speak their language (French), and she discovers that her music has magical properties. Overwhelmed she wanders off to gather her thoughts and is attacked by symberveen (bear like creatures that have a vicious psychological attack). She is rescued and recovers to learn the legend that she is Lysandra come again fated to save the world from the person whose dark magic controls the symberveen with the help of her Prince Carmel.

This is a great story for young adults to read or for families to read together. The action is pretty steady to keep boredom at bay and it has a love story as well to appeal to a greater audience. This will be a story I share with my daughter for sure when she gets a little bit older.

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