You ll love your first adventure with Val and Alex, and be chomping at the bit for volume II. If you re a fantasy fan, do yourself a favor and pick up The Sword of Six Worlds. And if you ve got kids, read and discuss it with them! Bottom Line: The Sword of Six Worlds is fun, insightful and challenging. Though it s written for kids, every age will enjoy it! --JR. Forasteros
I really enjoyed `The Sword of Six Worlds' and I think it has valuable messages for kids written into the adventures Val and Alex find themselves facing. The author has a way of teaching without preaching and I found the story to be delightful and humorous. The cast of characters include a sentient rock, talking animals, and a villain who is more than meets the eye. Using the lessons of compassion, responsibility and humility, Val must find a way to triumph over evil. Fast-paced and funny, you will find yourself entranced by `The Sword of Six Worlds'! --Bibliographic Book Blog
What a fun story! The author, Matt Mikalatos, has a one-of-a-kind imagination! --Carla, a reader
About the Author
Matt read Tolkien for the first time when he was six years old and spent the next couple of decades stealing fantasy novels off his dad's bookshelf. The Sword of Six Worlds was originally written for his kids. He lives near Portland, Oregon with his wife and three daughters.