Fiction - Fantasy - General
29 Pages
Reviewed on 09/09/2014
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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite

Imagine a your whole country, let alone city, is completely dependent on you and your twin's ability to get along and save them from someone whom everyone calls "No named One." Sounds simple enough, right? Add magic spells, evil soul searchers, and other magic in with the fact that you and your twin are complete opposites of each other, making the safe future of everyone - including yourselves - that much more of a mystery. Come Join Maximus and Saralyn in their journey to do what's right and join the rebel movement. Will they be able to let go of the past to save their future?

Sagecliff by Katie Thies is a fantasy novel introducing readers to the concepts of magic, curses, spells, elves, and spirits, both good and evil. The author provides a reader with an interesting and unique layout of the story plot by setting it out in diary form between the two main characters. This allows for an easy and comfortable read. It also allows for a reader to get better acquainted with each character individually, as it appears they are speaking directly to them. The book is unique in that it combines war, magic, good, and evil with everyday sibling emotional struggles. Author Katie Thies has skillfully and creatively written an intriguing short story with enough detail and descriptions to comprehend the story plot, but not enough to know what will happen next, leaving the reader in suspense for what is to come in the next adventure.