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Beast Quest Book Review

Beast Quest Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on May 15, 2007
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Tom's dreams of adventure come true when his quest to meet the king becomes an incredible Beast Quest and it’s up to him to save the kingdom!

Author: Adam Blade

The new Beast Quest books are a series of stories that star Tom, a 12-year old boy with dreams of excitement and adventure. His life is turned upside-down when terrible things happen to his village and he's chosen to get help from the king. Suddenly a simple quest becomes an incredible Beast Quest! Each book in this fantasy series pits Tom against one of the legendary beasts in an incredible adventure. We review the first two books right here!

Beast Quest - Book One: Ferno the Fire Dragon

Tom starts his adventures as a humble blacksmith's apprentice, but is soon chosen by the king's wizard, Aduro, to free the legendary beasts from the magic spell placed on them by the dark wizard Malvel. As his Beast Quest begins, he meets friends and enemies as he tracks down the legendary Ferno the Fire Dragon. This book is a great read from start to finish, especially with the cool new friends Tom makes on his quest!

Ferno the Fire Dragon Rating:5


Beast Quest - Book Two: Sepron the Sea Serpent

With his horse Storm, his friend Elanna and her wolf Silver at his side, Tom has to save the day again because the huge Sepron the Sea Serpent is flooding a village and ruining the fishing. Unfortunately the artwork in this book makes Sepron look small, and Tom's battle with him is weak.


Sepron the Sea Serpent Rating:3


Fast and Fun!

One thing all the Beast Quest books have in common is that they're super easy to read and have cool pictures of the action in them! They're perfect for early readers, or anyone looking for a quick adventure story. It's also great that Tom doesn't have to hurt the beasts, just free them from Malvel's evil spell.


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