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Reviewed by Jennie More for Readers' Favorite
Soulmare by David M. Cameron is the story of three young boys; the youngest is Andrew, and his older twin brothers are Alec and Simon. The twins love everything about school because they have a great teacher, but in contrast, Andrew can't stand his teacher. Mr. Baldwin has a bad temper and doesn't like children or teaching. Upon learning about Mr. Baldwin's fascination with Papua New Guinea and how magic was still an accepted force, Andrew started having nightmares, or at least he thought they were nightmares. Andrew found himself in a horrific forest in Papua New Guinea, seeing a beast, a girl tied up in a constant state of danger, and scattered human remains. As much as Andrew hoped it was a nightmare, he would soon learn he was having a Soulmare after finding a mask in his room from his latest adventure in the magical forest. Now his and his family's lives are in danger, and he has no idea how they will escape from the terror awaiting them.
Soulmare by David M. Cameron is an exhilarating, captivating, and highly creative novel. I loved reading it, as the flow and order of the story are perfect, managing to hook my attention and keep it throughout the novel. The characters were perfectly developed, and I felt as if I knew Andrew and his family and I was excited to follow their journey. The characters were all relatable, including Mr. Baldwin. This is a book targeting children, and I felt like it was suitably written for its target audience while still intriguing to this adult reader. I felt entertained throughout and it is one of the best novels I've read, as it balances fantasy, suspense, and adventure perfectly.