"Your husband willingly signed over his life to Azra. Boris owes Azra his life and services. There's nothing more to it than that."
Braidy Von Althuis and the Final Fight (Book 5)
by Cassidy Dwelis
Category: Middle-Grade Fiction (Ages 8-12), 252 pages
Genre: Paranormal | Tour dates: Oct 30 to Nov 20, 2020
Publisher: Precursor Publishing ~ Release dates: October 2020
Content Rating: PG: Some mild profanity and some mild magical violence
Braidy von Althuis is going to get his father back, no matter the consequences. Mr. von Althuis has been abducted by Azra, Queen of Djinn, and the family is in shambles. Half of the von Althuises no longer have their magick, and an army of djinn awaits them at Azra's gates.
Somehow, despite all of the odds, Mrs. von Althuis, Uncle Rolo, Aunt Liz, Blockhead, and Braidy have to band together to retrieve Braidy's father from the clutches of certain doom. Even though they hate each other, Braidy is determined to pull the fae and djinn together to fight against Azra's tyranny. He will have to work with old friends, and old enemies, to finally end the war between djinn and fae that has come to a nasty head.
Will Braidy be able to unite an army at his back and save his father, or will Mr. von Althuis belong to Azra forever?Braidy von Althuis and the Final Fight is a story about working past differences, justice, and morality. This book is suitable for children aged 8 - 11.
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REVIEW By LAWonder10:
In this final book of the Braidy von Althuis series, action, violence, surprises, and unexpected finalization occurs. The von Althuis home has been transported to the Ukraine. The family desperately want to rescue Mr. von althuis and return home to America.
The possibility of a peaceable outcome seems in every way, impossible! Mr. Boris von Althuis has been kidnapped by the djinn who has proclaimed herself Queen. She is so strong, there are none who dare defy her... None except the von Althuis family.
The characters are well-developed and unusual. The action and events are easily visualized. The Title and Cover istoo dark to attract the attention of the "browser. The choice would be very good if the color were lighter and images clearer.
What I didn't like is the notion that accountability was not a necessary part of obtaining peace. It is important to forgive past injustices by all and seek for peace. However, for justice to prevail, accountability must be addressed as well. peace can not be obtained without sacrifices and compromises.
What I did like was the desire for peace and having not one individual enslaved to another. Obsession with power and greed is what corrupts.
I offer a Four Star rating for the literary value of thi book.
*This book was gifted me with no pressure for a positive review. this is my honest review.
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Meet the Author:
I’m Cassidy, and I love storytelling! I’m incredibly passionate about writing, art, and anything that allows me to create my own worlds. My goal is to write dreamy fiction for all ages that is unique, inspiring, and imaginative. I want my books to instill wonderment in the reader. I like to write about themes that include coming of age, magic realism, identity, relationships, and bullying. My books are intended for readers ages eight to twenty-five, and are meant to connect the world of the fantastical to everyday life. I currently live in Colorado and just got my MA in Publishing!
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