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Otherworld Chronicles #2: The Seven Swords Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-03 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 10 user ratings
ISBN:0062070959
LANGUAGE:English

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" This was a good sequel to "The Invisible Tower". Artie and Kay have to rescue Qwon from her kidnappers. They also have to find the seven swords and the people who are supposed to use them. Merlin betrays them, and they have some unexpected allies. I liked this book. " said.

" This book had a great twist to it!! I absolutely loved the whole book and I can't wait for the next book to come out!! It ended to soon for me but overall amazing sequel and great plot and everything worked out perfectly! " said.

" I think I enjoyed this one more than the first! The first one was engaging just not very interesting for me, I had a hard time staying involved. I am glad I committed to the first one though because The Seven Swords definitely picked up the pace and kept me reading until the end. It seems like there will be another book and I plan on reading it as well, I need to see what becomes of Kynder, Artie, and Kay! " said.

"A lot of times I read the middle book of a trilogy and it is just filler. That is not the case with this book. There was more action and the author expanded on the characters more. I enjoyed reading the author's take on old characters, and I liked that Artie has his round table members ready to go. I did not like the end and it was too much of a cliff hanger for me. However since I had the final book ready to go it did not damage the characters or plot. I am giving this book a 4/5. I was given a copy to review, however all opinions are my own.
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"This isn't a GREAT book - but it is a GOOD read...and really which is more important for kids.

The Kingfisher children, Artie and Kay, have found that an Otherworld and magic exist, and that in that world, Artie is King Arthur. They also found that freeing Merlin from The Invisible Tower was not the end of their adventures.

Now, Artie, Kay and the rest of Artie’s court and friends must find and rejoin the Seven Swords: Excalibur, Cleomede, Gram, Kusanagi, Orgulus, the Anguish and the Peace Sword. This quest brings them many perils, new friends and allies, and knowledge about what is right and wrong. Artie, especially, learns what the duties and expectations of a good king are.

While this is the second book in a series it can easily stand alone and you won't feel lost....personally I am looking forward to getting to know these characters better!
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