Author Ann Snizek introduces Tunuftol’s Fortress of Light:
Krissa needs to find the portal and figure out how to use the magical key she found before the people who killed her parents find it, otherwise her parents’ sacrifice meant nothing and an entire world will be in danger. But nothing makes sense to her since arriving at “Grandma” Athey Boske’s farm. How can she save an entire world when she didn’t even remember it existed?
Magical powers, sword fights, portals to another world, creatures that shouldn’t exist on Earth… How can any of this be real? Is Krissa really the Chosen One in some old prophecy?
I really enjoyed this book, the first in a series. The story of two kids in the Foster Care system wishing desperately for a permanent home, but finding they never seem to fit in and their case worker appears bent on finding the worst possible placements. Their story and lives are about to change dramatically.
I love Ann’s writing, she handles so much writing craft excellently! Her work makes a story so easy and fun to read. She has a nice balance of dialog, action and introspection. Descriptions and scenes are well placed, plotting is smooth. The story moves along so well, the time flies if you are not careful.
I award 4.9 stars of 5! The score would have been higher if I had not found a handful of spelling errors.
You will love this story, in fact I have a hunch anything Ann has written is going to be a great read!
I have already reviewed another book by Ann Snizek: http://www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/-to-eris-human-by-ann-snizek
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