May 302012
 

The Guardians of Elijah’s Fire

Author: Frank L. Cole

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Published: June 2012

ISBN13: 9781462110575

Paperback: 272 pages

FTC FYI: Review Copy

Reviewed by Mindy

Goodreads Summary: Just when they thought they were safe, Amber Trendon, and their classmates get yanked back into the action. With the Tebah Stick in enemy hands, Amber becomes a target, and it seems even her closest allies can’t be trusted. Now the gang will have to travel through enemy territory to protect a deadly ancient weapon that could cause the earth’s utter destruction.

This thrilling tale ups the action and doubles the danger. Bestselling author Frank L. Cole delivers an addicting read for adventurers of all ages.

My Review

Amber just celebrated her 15th birthday, and the gifts are still coming in.  One in partiuclar is puzzling to her.  There is no note telling who is was from.  It was a box with two old leather books inside.  The 1st and 2nd book of Kings.  Why was someone sending her books from the Bible.  Amber has her suspicions as to who sent it.  To top it all off, Amber keeps having dreams, nightmares really that come every night.  In these dreams, she feels that someone or something is haunting her.

This book picks up right where the first ended, and it’s just as exciting with non-stop action as in The Guardians of the Hidden Scepter.  I really, really enjoyed this.  Amber finds out some information that is shocking, and she doesn’t really know who she can trust.  Old friends and foes are back in the book, and I loved her journey.  Amber has a power, one that she isn’t sure how to use.

4 out of 5 stars.  This is a great series for kids and adults.

Find out more about the author here.  Follow Frank on FACEBOOK and his Author Event Page.

The release party of The Guardians of Elijah’s Fire is June 12 at 6:00 pm.  Fort Union Deseret Book – 1110 E Fort Union Blvd. Midvale, UT

AMAZON / BARNES AND NOBLE

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  1. Oh, I’ve seen this book around. Sounds like fun.

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  3. Sounds interesting, thanks for review.
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