Turning Tide: The Rise of Isaac Book 3


Name: Turning Tide

Author: Caroline Peckham

Published: May 24, 2016 by Caroline Peckham

Purchased: Received free from the author in exchange for an honest review, $3.59 on Kindle.


Blurb: Desperately fleeing the icy world of Glacio, Oliver Knight races into the sweltering heat of Brinatin. With May in dire trouble, two of his companions mysteriously missing, and the insurmountable task of reaching a mage who hasn’t been seen for nearly ten years, Oliver has to rise above his fears and battle on.
In this heart-pounding sequel to Bleeding Snow, the time has come to face the past but can Oliver handle the truth he’s faced with? With more than just his own life at stake, he must act fast to outwit his enemies, take on a formidable challenge, and fight tooth and nail to save those he loves…

Review: It was a little slow getting into it, it’s been a little bit since I read the last book but it picked up and I have to say, this one was heart pounding. There were quite a few plot twists and some intense feelings here.

One thing that I’m really happy about is the friendship between Oliver and Rogan. They are funny together and I feel a real strong connection between them and I am so mad at the author for scaring me like that! You can’t do that to me!

I had fun reading this book and I can’t wait for the next ones. I’m getting really anxious about how all this is going to resolve itself.

The covers continue to amaze me, the author really knows what colors can compliment one another to make a beautiful image.

The plot is moving along nicely for how many books there will be and the author knows how to keep readers on the edge of their seats. The writing continues to be rather simple but it really works for these books, especially with the genre.

If a teen is looking for an adventure book with plenty of plot twists, mystery and a little bit of romance, I think they would find their love of reading through this series. There were times where I was laughing because of the antics of Rogan and Oliver and then gasping because of some drama or a plot twist that I didn’t see coming.

Thank you for reading my review.



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