This book was amazing. I loved how the cover just makes you want to read this. The story teaches you about family, destiny, courage, and how to stand up for yourself and for those you love.
This one really reminded me of Harry Potter where Harry is put into situations and then has to figure out the solutions to get him out of them.
The book was easy for me to read and I didn't feel like I was lost at all. I even showed it to my teacher. I think both boys and girls would like to read this. And with Harry Potter being over this book could fill that hole.
The story itself was good. I loved it. There was action, adventure, betrayal, and friendships. The book ends on a cliffhanger, which made me kind of mad. Now I have to hope to get book two.
This is a great new fantasy for kids of all ages…well 10 and up.
This review was completed by the 10 year old daughter of Crossroad Reviews. Readers can enjoy the perspective from the younger generation.
Discover a new middle grade series full of madcap adventure, mythological creatures, humor, and heart. The world's unlikeliest hero is also its only hope in this spirited tween fantasy debut, perfect for fans of How to Train Your Dragon and The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom.
For generations, Finn's family has protected Darkmouth from the fierce magical creatures known as Legends. Now the Legends are plotting a major attack, and it's Finn's turn to defend his hometown. So it's too bad he's the worst Legend Hunter in history.
Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 3 - 7