Book Review: Quest of the Demon by: ML Sawyer


Equilibrium Books

Publish Date:
August 31, 2011

From Author for Review


Darci is a popular sixteen-year-old girl who plays basketball and lives in an ordinary country town. But her life is changed forever when she is accidentally transported to the land of Nahaba by a young apprentice wizard called Taslessian.

Within hours of her unexpected arrival, both teens are thrust into a dangerous journey to the cave of Grisham the Great in the hope that he would be able to send her home.

Upon reaching the cave, however, Darci quickly discovers that there is no such thing as accidents, and that their journey is only just beginning.

Review: Darci’s not in Kansas anymore….

One night Darci wakes up and discovers a light shining through the curtain and ends up in another realm. Pulled through to Nahaba by an apprentice wizard, she’s a stranger in a strange land and wants to go home. However, the apprentice (Taslessian) and his Master cannot send her back. Darci will need to complete a quest to return home. As all quests are, Darci’s is fraught with danger, warlocks, and dragons.

Quest of the Demon was a quick and enjoyable read. The characters were likeable and Darci isn’t a drama queen. She’s very down to earth, using her wits and sarcasm to deal with the situation she’s found herself in. It was good to see the characters grow throughout the story and they weren’t one-note/one-dimensional. A great YA book which can easily be enjoyed by younger audiences, too.

Series: Quest of the Demon (1), Tallen (Quest of the Demon Aftermath #1)


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