I wasn’t sure what to expect from Eternal Seas; the synopsis I was sent made me thinks pirates & that’s why I became interested, but there wasn’t much else. Alas, there weren’t really any pirates, but the book was interesting & will be great for young children just starting to read stories on their own.
I was sent this book in return for an honest review as part of a blog tour, by Rachel’s Random Resources.
Today I’m part of the team of bloggers that’s helping to reveal the cover of Eternal Seas by Lexi Rees to the world… & I don’t know about you, but I love it! I think it’s super quirky & it fits the synopsis of the book perfectly.
You can preorder the book here.
Such a small parcel shouldn’t cause experienced smugglers much trouble, but this parcel is far from normal. Lost and scared after a violent storm, Finn and his sister, Aria, take shelter on a remote island. They discover the parcel contains a relic belonging to a long forgotten people. Locked inside are powers which will change their lives, and the world, forever. As Finn realises his connection to the relic, a vision strikes him – but what does it mean? Who should they trust? And if they decide to follow their hearts rather than their orders, will they manage to deliver the relic in one piece? Chased across the seas as they try to solve the mysteries within the parcel, the fate of this ancient people depends on them. Finn and Aria must choose between what is right and what is easy – and time is running out … With brave protagonists and life lessons of courage and honour, Eternal Seas speaks from a `flawed’ character perspective that everyone can relate to. Young readers who enjoy daring plots and exciting adventures will delight in this original story of different races and tough choices.