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“Eternal Seas” Review

Hello Friends!

I hope you are all doing great today. I was planing to post earlier, but I was waiting for my doctor’s appointment all morning and then I spend some time with my mom. Anyway, I’m posting it now! So I hope you enjoyed this review and go check out the book and get it.

Eternal Seas” is a Middle Grade Fantasy Adventure novel written by Lexi Rees. This is the first book in The Relic Hunters Series.

I want to thank Rachel, at Rachel’s Random Resources, and Lexi for the eCopy of this book and for allowing me to join in the fun and by being a part of the blog tour with my honest review of the book.

Eternal Seas Blog Tour


Blurb

Eternal Seas coverSuch a small parcel

shouldn’t cause experienced

smugglers much trouble,

but this parcel is far from normal.

Chased across the seas, Finn and Aria must solve the

mysteries within the parcel. 

What does it mean? Who should they trust?

What will happen?

The fate of an ancient people depends on them

and time is running out …

Pre-order Link – http://viewbook.at/EternalSeas


Author BioLorraine-16

Lexi Rees spends as much time as possible sailing and horse riding, both of which she does spectacularly badly. Attempts at writing whilst horse riding have been disastrous, so Eternal Seas was written on a boat; the storm described in the book was frighteningly real.

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My Review

P1060814Eternal Seas” follows the lives and adventures of a brother and sister duo, Finn and Aria, in a quick and fun pace that is not only engaging and exciting, it’s also a rollercoaster of actions and storytelling that left me dreaming and feeling like I was a kid in a fantasy world and enjoying the adventure with the characters.

It’s the first book in the The Relic Hunters Series so I know that there is so much more to discover in the magical world that we have just entered with this book. So, yes… there is magic and there is wonderful moments that if you are glued to the book you may swear you felt the energy.

P1060828That is all thanks to the vivid descriptions that Lexi give us during the entire book. The amazing force of the sea and the storms is always present and since I live in the central coast of Portugal, and less than 3 km away from the beach and the Atlantic Ocean, I felt a deep connection to the book because of those descriptions and the strength that Lexi Rees’ words have on the reader.

The world was well built and there is so much to uncover with the future novels in the series, but with an amazing group of characters, I know it’s going to be even greater. Like I said before this book follows Finn and Aria, a brother and sister that are the main characters of this novel. Their relationship was so great, their support for each other and the sibling love… it was relatable.

P1060827I’m the oldest in my sibling relationship, I have a brother that is just now 17yrs old and I love him very much, despite his crazy hormonal attitudes sometimes, and I which I could go on crazy and fun (but a bit dangerous) adventures like the characters of this book. But… we are “grown ups”… Although that doesn’t mean I can’t laugh with my brother and enjoy the time I have with him. Anyway, this sibling aspect of the story was another thing that made me connect to the characters and the plot.

The third aspect that made me love the book was the pace.  It really had that action and adventure pace that made everything exciting, a bit dangerous (or a lot, depending on the moment), that left the adrenaline pumping and that filled our hearts with the crazy and ‘WOW’ scenes.

I can’t say more because I want you all to read the book without knowing any spoilers. So go read the book! I recommend it not only for children, but for everyone that want’s a good first book that begins our adventure.


Competition

Win one of two £10 Amazon gift vouchers.

(UK only)

To enter all you have to do is:

  1. Share a photo of you with the book (paperback or ebook) on Twitter or Instagram
  2. Tag @lexi_rees (Twitter) or lexi.rees (Instagram) and #EternalSeas
  3. Closing date 30th November 2018
  4. UK only
  5. Winners will be drawn randomly

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Illustration competition

Would your children like to see their illustrations published in a book?

  • Six lucky winners will have their illustrations printed in the sequel to Eternal Seas
  • Winners and runners up will also have their drawings featured on lexirees.co.uk and on social media

Drawings must be in black and white, and can be in any of the following categories

  • Aria flying up in the sky
  • a cat
  • mountain ponies
  • a snow eagle
  • a demon-goddess
  • a sailing boat
  • Finn and/ or Aria

Please see detailed terms for entry requirements

  • Open to children aged 13 or under
  • You can enter as many categories as you like
  • Winners will be chosen by Lexi Rees
  • Children’s name and age will be published together with their illustration. Parents/ guardians must confirm they are happy with this when they enter. Other information (e.g email address) will not be shared.
  • No purchase necessary
  • Closing date 31/1/19
  • Entries must be scanned or photographed in high resolution and emailed to lexireads@hotmail.com. The winners may need to post originals if the images are not high enough quality for printing. Postage costs will be covered in this case.
  • Full entry details can be found on lexirees.co.uk

Don’t forget to check out all the other bloggers that given their contribute in this Blog Tour, from reviews and basic promo/spotlight posts.

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Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author and want me to do a review of your book you can go check out my Request Review page.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books.

And if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess

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