Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Review: Air Keep
Air Keep by J. Scott Savage
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The Far World series continues!
The long awaited sequel to Water Keep & Land Keep, Air Keep, proved to live up to the Far World saga. J. Scott Savage has a true talent for fantasy. His style makes him easily one of the best YA authors out there. The series keeps readers guessing without being hard to follow. The characters are engaging and unique. And the magic and creatures are different enough from normal fantasy to make it a true experience.
If you're a YA or Mid-Grade fan, and love series like Fablehaven or Harry Potter, you'll love Far World and it's latest installment: Air Keep!
Check out the Far World website.
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