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On their search, the twins meet a small strange man, Erebus, who claims he knows what happened to Imogen and offers to help them save her. From there, they travel by moonlight to a parallel, magical world filled with danger.
During their rescue mission, Owen and Hugh face all sorts of trouble and dangerous obstacles. Both brothers are desperate to save their little sister from the Hapsling's before the night is over and their too late. Their stress is high, their trust is tested, and the time they have to find Imogen and save her from this unfamiliar, magical world will end by sun rise.
A Game of Truths by Karen Ann Wirtz is fun, adventurous and filled with action and mystery. This book is geared towards middle grade readers with a love for the paranormal and stories of sibling bonds. Good world building and character development; Owen is my favorite. I really enjoyed reading about all of the different "monsters" (especially big foot) and magical plants they encountered during their travels. I also really love the cover of this book!
*** I received an eBook copy of this title in exchange for my honest review. Thank you to Booktasters for introducing me to this author, and thank you to Karen Ann Wirtz for allowing me to read and review your book. ***
"While this is the same place, we walk in an alternate plane, a parallel existence, if you will."
I think my favorite character in this book was Erebus.. he was so shy to start with, and I loved seeing him and even the twins, develop so much over the course of the book! The author's style is crisp and clear and tells this story so well that I could picture it vividly. The world building was fabulous, I would actually love to hear about all the research that went into this book.
A Game of Truth's is easily readable for the middle grade kids - but also for those of us as adults that love a good young adult story - filled with other realms and magical creatures!
It was such a fun read. Funny being that they were talking about their grades instead of thinking on where they currently are. It had me laughing for a full minute. It was an easy read too, meaning the book did not require me to think too much about the setting and the events. But what I really like is the characters and the setting. The characters have their unique personalities that even when they were being annoyed, you'll just understand why. The setting is set in a place where it's full of magic and mystery.
I recommend this book for those people who are looking for adventure.
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