Review: The Lost Daughter of Easa by J.L. Mulvihill
IN A GLANCE: Fantastic, Fabulous, and written so lovely!
Title: The Lost Daughter of Easa
Author: J.L. Mulvihill
Publisher: Kerlak Publishing
Pages: 339 Pages
ISBN #: 1937035050
After falling through a portal, seventeen-year-old Elsie Lind awakens with amnesia and lost in a forest. She must draw on her instincts of self-preservation to escape ravenous wild beasts, goblins, demons, and a dark witch who knows the secret of her past.Locked deep within Elsie's mind are haunting dreams and childhood memories that hold the key to her survival. She is now in the battle of her life; the struggle to claim her identity. However, bad choices and trusting in the wrong sort of guidance leave her a criminal on the run. Now, in this medieval realm where magic influences technology and beings of folklore are as real as the demons they fight, an ancient threat endangers the entire land. Her struggle allies her with two brothers conflicting with their own character flaws and dislike for each other. Between these three unlikely companions, an evil must be stopped before its power takes hold of Authora and The Lost Daughter of Easa.
I loved reading this book and want to thank the fantastic author for giving me a copy for review.
I couldn't get enough of the world the author created for this book. As I was reading The Lost Daughter of Easa I was immersed into the story and it kept it's clutches on me till I finished the very last word. I really enjoyed reading as the main character grew so much in this story as well. I really love a story where the main character grows and this one did just that.
I will say I definatly can't wait for the next book with these characters and world. J.L. Mulvihill is definatly on my author radar list now. I love her writing style and her amazing plot that kept my hands glued to this book. I really loved the journey the main character took in this story, she has no clue who she truly is when she starts out and is in this land trying to figure it all out.
I would defiantly recommend this book to anyone 12 and up and I can't wait till my own daughter is ready to read this one, so I can share the story of Elsie.
98 out of 100 = 4 1/2 Puppy Rating