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When I was given the opportunity to review the book, “Haven a Stranger Magic” by D.C. Akers I was really excited.
The premise of the book is one of magic and mystery based in a small town. This book draws you in and captures your attention. The ease of reading it and how you get to know Sam and Sarah and their characters are developed is so well that you really feel you get to know them. I enjoy this fantasy/fiction genre and really wanted to get to know Sam, Travis and Sarah and the mysteries that they uncover.

The premise of the book is about a single mother raising her two teenage children in a small little town. Sam and his older sister Sarah constantly fight like siblings usually do. When weird things start happening for both children, they are scared to tell anyone for fear of not being believed. Whenever Sarah gets really angry strange things begin to happen and around the same time Sam notices a stranger learking in the dark near a tree across the street. When Sam and his best friend Travis take their monthly trip to the caves they discover a new tunnel and they couldn't not be prepared for what happened inside the caves that day.

It really drew me in. I had to know what was going on with Sam and Sarah and who the stranger was outside Sam’s window. I was trying to guess what was going on and how it all fit together. Once I started seeing it fit together I wanted more! When I came to the end I wanted more! I need book 2! What is going to happen next?

Do you want to get a sneak peak at chapter 1? You can my visiting D.C. Akers Website

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  1. Michele Behlen says:

    Yes it sounds very interesting.

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