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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
Ten-year-old David Kingsley and his sister Chloe are spending the summer at their grandmother’s house, expecting it to be boring and dreary. However, David begins to see and hear things he never thought he would ever experience; shadows, the voice of a little girl and strange creatures. Unfortunately, David and Chloe find themselves struggling to fight against the darkness and the one they call The Judge in the spirit world.
S.K. Fernandez’s The Children Kingsley: A Novel is an intriguing paranormal story that would provoke our fear about the unknown and the afterlife, yet it also tells a story about love and courage. Coupled with intense suspense and action, S.K. Fernandez makes The Children Kingsley an incredibly satisfying book for any reader. The plot isn't as simple as I thought when I first read the synopsis and the first few pages of the book. Fernandez planned it so well that whenever I thought I had guessed what would happen next or who’s who, I’d get hit with a clever plot twist.
Overall, this is one paranormal fiction that you don’t want to miss, especially if you’re into this genre – you won’t be disappointed. Fernandez maintains a good balance by moving the focus between the main characters and the lesser ones, and gives enough attention to each and every one of them while also providing a wonderfully detailed unique world for readers to savor. The ending especially is superb and makes me look forward to the next book.