Keeper by Kim Chance book review

Keeper Kim Chance book review

Keeper Kim Chance book review

 

Book Synopsis

When a 200-year-old witch attacks her, sixteen-year-old bookworm Lainey Styles is determined to find a logical explanation. Even with the impossible staring her in the face, Lainey refuses to believe it—until she finds a photograph linking the witch to her dead mother.

After consulting a psychic, Lainey discovers that she, like her mother, is a Keeper: a witch with the exclusive ability to unlock and wield the Grimoire, a dangerous but powerful spell book. But there’s a problem. The Grimoire has been stolen by a malevolent warlock who is desperate for a spell locked inside it—a spell that would allow him to siphon away the world’s magic.

With the help of her comic-book-loving best friend and an enigmatic but admittedly handsome street fighter, Lainey must leave her life of college prep and studying behind to prepare for the biggest test of all: stealing back the book

 

Keeper Kim Chance book review

 

I had been following Kim Chance’s youtube channel for about a year now. She gives solid writing advice and I love her bubbly personality. This book is a lot of fun, the story starts with Lainey Styles a normal sixteen-year-old girl who gets attacked by an ancient witch in a parking lot.

I found myself sucked into the story I was flipping through my phone to find out more about Lainey’s journey. There is a whole past she’s not aware of. I liked her best friend Meggie, a comic book fanatic is willing to do anything for our little heroine. There are pop culture references in the book which you, nerds can fangirl/boy about. A cute boy Ty but that all I say about him  (spoilers!)  The writing style is simple but well written, as a writer myself, I understand that this book is generated for a younger audience.  I did, however, like this message:

 

“You can’t control what happens to you, but you can control how you react to it. Those choices are what will determine your destiny.”

 

I would like thank net gallery for a free copy of this book.

 

Pre-order here

 

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