Monday, August 1, 2011

Book Review: Peril In the Palace by Marianne Hering and Paul McCusker

     The Imagination Station lets you do many wondrous things, like going in to video games, going back in time to be a King, and the like. Oh! Did I mention trying to help your old cousin Albert get priceless treasures from different countries. Kind of important.When that happens you should probably call on your cousins Patrick and Beth. If you don't, then you could find yourself in perilous trouble including (but definitely not limited to), giant eagles, Jail, and Mongolian warriors capturing you. If that isn't enough adventure (which is hard to believe), you still have to save cousin Albert from evil Lord Darkthorn. Yep. Couldn't get much worse.

   To me, "Peril In The Palace" was a great book filled with intrigue, adventure, and suspense. I had never realized how deceitful the Shamans could be; tricking innocent people into the lie of . As an avid reader, I was able to read this book fairly quickly, which is a good thing. I adored the enormous amounts of suspense in this book, which is another reason I read the book so quickly. Overall, I believe this is a great book for all ages, and I will definitely recommend this to others. 

Abby Hartwig

I received this book from Tyndale Media Publishers, in order that I may honestly review it.

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