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Reviewed by Mina Rivera for Readers' Favorite
Casey Sean Harmon's "The Everafter Chronicles: Reign of the Night Creatures" has the feel of C.S. Lewis's "Chronicles of Narnia", with the story revolving around three siblings and their dog who were pulled to another world and immersed in a magical adventure. It is a world where the fight between good and evil is ever present; a world called 'Everafter' where evil can be defeated by the presence of light. But how can evil be fought when, at night, the moon is nowhere to be found? Can these children save 'Everafter'?
I love Harmon's writing style. It is simple, concise, and organized. The way he develops his story and his characters is commendable. I know that if I have kids, this book will be one of those that I'd read over and over again, simply because Casey Sean Harmon has been able to teach courage, compassion, generosity, trust, and, especially, love. The way Harmon ended "Reign of the Night Creatures" reminds the reader to value not just friends, but also family. Casey Sean Harmon is also able to teach the reader the value of community and teamwork; that we are not alone in solving the problems of the world and that the people we meet are instrumental in our success.