December 25, 2016

24th Room: The Vale Legend by Christy Ellynby #BookReview

 
“The Room has one rule which you must never break or you will lose the privilege of the 24th Room – when it is time to go back, you must always return the way you came, never attempt to go down any of the other stairways...” 

Jaxon and Shay Vale are 16-year-old twins, one of whom, due to their heritage, will be the future Lord or Lady of Vale Manor in England. In their eyes, this is a burden – and not one they are the slightest bit interested in. An old lady from a store in the village tells them about the manor’s secret: the 24th Room, which sits in the 5th Dimension, can be reached from a stairway that will take them on a journey through the amazing night sky. This room is like no other, and holds many surprises for Jaxon and Shay. 

The legend of the room states, once they turn 18, that their memory of the 24th Room will disappear... But will it?




Christy Ellynby is a trained counsellor/advocate and her past experience includes work with the Education Board and Special Needs Children in the renowned Queen Elizabeth Hospital in New Zealand. She has Business Retail Management skills and was in a final five of the Businessperson of the Year award and was awarded a special commendation award for the creation of a successful character concept.

Don't let the intriguing synopsis and pretty cover fool you. This book is a complete mess! The characters were suppose to be 16 year old twins but they acted like 7 year olds. The writing in this book was very poor and it didn't help that the book was only 88 pages. Overall, this book was very poorly executed and I wouldn't recommend this one. 










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