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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Ten-year-old Alice and her brother, Davis, lived in the historic town of Brookhaven. Alice suffered from low self-esteem while Davis could never stay out of trouble, but they had a good life. Things took an unexpected turn when their parents, Emma and Eric, were kidnapped at a meeting by Lord Seth and a mysterious order. The cult wanted a secret possessed by the Joneses, which dated back to the year 1733. Accessing the secret could unleash mayhem on the world, and the Joneses were guardians. Alice and Davis will venture into dangerous territories and commune with otherworldly powers to save their parents. Will Alice and Davis grow up on this journey? Do they stand a chance against Lord Seth? Find out in The Secret of the Yellow Moon by IJ Alston and GL Alston.
Can we write odes to Staffordshire Bull Terriers? Such stealth, loyalty, and wisdom from Uggie Puss the first and Todd are unmatched! They gave some of the best highlights in this story, and I loved them. The Secret of the Yellow Moon by IJ Alston and GL Alston blended history, legend, mythology, fantasy, and blasts from the past. It also explored bullying, self-esteem issues, magic, bravery, and love. The book began on a calm note that eased me in, gathered momentum, and never stopped. The suspense and action kept my eyes glued to the pages. This book has a simple writing style, a unique plot, and an unpredictable storyline that heightened my expectations. I also loved the inclusion of humor, courtesy of Todd, Davis, and Alice. Why didn’t I feel bad when they messed Chelsea up? This story deserves a series.