Review, Casandra’s Place

Sunday, November 13, 2016
Talia: And the Capture of Wrath by C J Quinn Review
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“Talia and the Capture of Wrath” invites young readers to join the four Tobiah brothers as they step through the portal between our world and the magical land of Talia.

When Wyatt Tobiah, the youngest brother, sees a shadowy figure beckoning him through a mirror in the Jenkin’s manor, near his family’s summer home, he doesn’t realize that the figure is his deceased mother.

Now an angel with beautiful feathered wings, she invites her sons to step through the portal located in the mirror and join her in the land of Talia.

Once the boys are safely on the other side, their mother explains to them that Wyatt is the “Chosen One”-the last hope for saving planet Earth from the destruction wrought on it by careless humans.

Now Wyatt, with the help of his brothers and many other extraordinary friends, must journey through fantastical lands to capture wrath, one of the seven deadly sins. He is then to give it to the Tree of Existence as an offering in return for help from the Tree.

But with evil forces seeking to thwart Wyatt at every turn, will he survive his mission? Or will all of Earth be destroyed?

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra’s Review- A very detailed book that is written to delight the younger imagination creation thinkers. As you read through this book it takes you so deep into the story that time passed and portals open. At the end, I actually wanted to read more so I am glad this is the book 1. I would recommend this book for elementary and higher grade children.
Posted by Cassandra McCann

About The Author

cathyjacobi@icloud.com

I am an author of middle school books. My first book in a series is Talia, And The Capture Of Wrath. I created this blog for us writers, to practice the art of writing. I live with my husband in the Pacific Northwest and our five, yes, five boys. I used to have horses and doggies, but I have simplified my life as a writer. It seems easier that way. Although our gecko is still kicking it, 14 years…

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