August 01, 2015

#Review of Truth (The Geneva Project #1) by Christina Benjamin

Trapped on a flood ravaged island full of orphans, natives and wealthy citizens of the prosperous city Lux, a young girl named Geneva finds herself enslaved at an orphanage with no future and a past she can’t remember. That all changes when she meets someone who promises her that there’s more in store for her than she ever could have imagined. Her once dull life rapidly spirals out of control as she starts to acquire new magical powers that may be the key to unlocking an ancient legend along with her true identity. But first she must master these powers, all while trying to keep them secret from her friends and the evil head mistress at the orphanage. Before she knows it, Geneva is in over her head and has inadvertently wrapped her friends into her web of magic and lies and now all of their lives hang in the balance once the head mistress finds out her plan to prove that the legend of Lux may not be a legend at all! Who will Geneva trust and how far will she go to save her friends and find out her true identity? 
 About the Author

Young adult book author Christina Benjamin grew up in the small town of La Plume, PA, where at an early age her playful imagination lent itself to love the art of story telling. She began to write short stories in grade school and continued practicing her craft all the way through college where she attended the University of Central Florida to complete her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Technical Writing. After spending some time writing for blogs and websites, she was inspired to get back to her true love of telling stories, and dove head first into The Geneva Project, her first novel. Christina now lives in Florida with her husband, dog and cats, and spends her free time writing The Geneva Project series.



This is book is great for soon to be teens.  My 11 year old is loving it and so did I.  Its great story of kids with powers and I can't wait to read book two and three. 

It was slow starting but then picked up.  I loved how we got the history a little at a time.  It made it easy to follow and made you want to finish the book faster.  

Its a great book for those ages 10 and up.  I do think that those past the age of 14 might find it a little to young for them. 

 Go Into This One Knowing 
great for ages 11-14, Fantasy











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