Tuesday, September 25, 2012

The Last Seal by Richard Denning Review


THE LAST SEAL by RICHARD DENNING

Movie Rating: PG-13 for sequences of peril and some language
Book Rating: @@@@
Swearing: multiple uses of B***ard, D**n, etc. (nothing to horrible)
Inappropriate Scenes: None
# of Pages: 388 (paperback)
Genre: YA Historical Fantasy
Publisher: Mercia

Back Blurb:

17th century London - two rival secret societies are caught in a battle that threatens to destroy the city and beyond. When a truant schoolboy, Ben, finds a scroll revealing the location of magical seals that binds a powerful demon beneath the city, he is thrown into the centre of a dangerous plot that leads to the Great Fire of 1666. 

My Review:

The Last Seal was very good book! It was a little hard to get into at first but that could have been because I had so much going on that day I couldn't concentrate. :) It was very well-written although at one point one of the main characters was described in two different ways. My favorite character would have to be Freya. She was a kick-butt girl not one of those faint-every time-something-scares-me girls.... :-) And I was kind of hoping that her and the Doctor would get together because they would be just perfect for each other. : ) My absolute favorite part of the book was the very last fight scene. I was reading so fast just so I could see what would happen at the end I started going cross-eyed! The Last Seal was a very good, well-written book! Don't miss it if you love YA Historical Fantasy. Recommend to people who loved The Healer's Apprentice or The Merchant's Daughter. 

*this book was provided by the author in exchange for my honest review. this does not affect my review in way*

Here's some links to follow if you have time:

Richard Denning's website
The Last Seal on Amazon
The Last Seal Kindle Edition

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