Wednesday, March 7, 2018

"Search for the Lost Queen,
The Empyrical Tales, Volume 2"
by Mark Miller

Today I read the “Search for the Lost Queen” which is the sequel to “Journey of the Fourth Queen.” In this book, Queen Olena has begun studying with the other three Queens to learn the many things she needs to know to become an effective Queen of the Eastern Sky as well as to help the other three queens keep Evil from once again taking over their lands. Then one night Olena’s sister Zandria follows the sound of someone crying and discovers a woman who is trapped inside of a crystal. That woman is their mother, the Lost Queen who had vanished and been presumed lost forever 6 years ago.

Zandria embarks on a quest to find and free their mother. To do so, she has the aid of Adam, the young boy who had helped both girls make it to the castle safely. They are also aided in their quest by several others they meet along the way. Their mother had been captured and imprisoned when she had been on her own journey to the castle, and in order to be freed there are four gems that must be found and made into one. But as expected, this is not a simple quest nor are they the only ones searching for the gems.

Like the previous book in this series, I greatly enjoyed the story told by the author. I did catch a few typos in the text, but not many. The story was fun to read and well-written with a good pace that kept things moving forward to the plot’s conclusion. It appears that there will be a third book in the series, and I am looking forward to reading it once it is published. Unfortunately, it looks like I will have to wait a bit as it has not yet been released.

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