Thursday, June 14, 2012

Garden of the Lost Souls by Erik Olsen--Book Review & Blog Tour


Welcome to this stop on the Blog Tour for Erik Olsen's GARDEN OF THE LOST SOULS, hosted by Cedar Fort. Like this first book in this series, it has so much potential. I loved the idea and the characters. The setting is incredible. It's a great, fun read that anyone who likes adventures will love. I would have liked a little bit more conflict, but Erik has a great series on his hands. Take a look an interview he gave us earlier, here.


Flin climbed to the top of the Cathedral and was now pinned against the anemone’s ceiling while dozens of enraged Snazzards scaled up after him.
I can’t climb any higher he thought, desperately looking around for any last options. There’s no place left to go! They’re going to get me! Panicked, he jumped and fell hundreds of feet through the air as the ground raced toward him.
“NOOooo…!” he screamed.

After all he’s been through, it seems Flin’s life is finally getting back to normal—well, as normal as you can get when you’re stuck hundreds of miles under the earth’s surface. But in Cobble Cavern, nothing stays normal for long. 

And when Flin and the rest of his classmates are sucked into another adventure, they’ll need more than a little magic to make it out alive. Especially since this time Flin will have to choose between saving an entire village from destruction or rescuing his own best friend! (taken from Goodreads.)

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