Saturday, December 6, 2014

Lycanthor the Werewolf (The Dragon Fyre Blade Book 1) by Aiden Storm Review

Title: Lycanthor the Werewolf
Series: The Dragon Fyre Blade Book 1
Author: Aiden Storm
Genre: Children's Fantasy
Pages: 71
Price: $2.99
Thoughts: A fun read.

Book Synopsis:

An epic tale of magic and adventure to inspire and delight young readers.

Thirteen year old Jack is spending the summer at his Aunt’s house in the country. Unfortunately, it’s done nothing but rain and he’s stuck in her old mansion without cable or internet. Bored and alone, he sets out to explore the house. When he reaches the attic, he finds an intricate and unusual mural painted on the walls. Life for Jack gets turned upside down when he stumbles and is transported through a portal into a magical world.

For Jasyra, the daughter of the High King, life couldn’t be worse. Her father has been turned to glass, her kingdom has been taken over by the Demon Emperor, and she and her friend, Evooku, have been exiled. The only way to save the land is to reassemble the Dragon Fyre Blade, but the Demon Emperor has hidden all six pieces and each is guarded by great mythical beasts. There is only one person who can help restore peace, but it has been said that he is not of their land.

When Jack awakens in the Great Forest of Karandur, he encounters Jasyra and Evooku. He discovers the only way home is to band together to fight the evil Lycanthor, a giant werewolf that guards a piece of the Dragon Fyre Blade. But first they have to make it through an enchanted land full of danger.

The Queen of Light appears to Jack and delivers a gift, as well as a revelation. He, Jasyra and Evooku form an unlikely friendship along the way and lasting bonds are made when they realize they are Karandur’s only hope. Will the trio be able to defeat Lycanthor and save the kingdom from an eternity of despair?

The Dragon Fyre Blade: Lycanthor the Werewolf is the first book in a series of six and is written for children 7 - 11 years old.


A great beginning to the series. Lycanthor the Werewolf was a quick, enjoyable read that children and adults can both enjoy. I think it would be an especially fun book for a family to read together. I'm looking forward to reading book two. I would definitely recommend this to parents with children in early middle school. It's a fun read that kids who love fantasy and adventure are going to love.

1 comment:

  1. This book sounds absolutely delightful; I am going to purchase it for my 12 year old grand daughter!


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