The Pariah Child and the Ever-Giving Stone by Natasha Lane (Book Review #426)

The Pariah Child & the Ever-Giving Stone is a young adult fantasy written about a young girl named Sarah. She can hear things and creatures appear that make no sense. An incident with a wolf causes her to barely survive. Her saviors then ask her to find a certain gemstone and take it to their magical homeland.

This imaginary world begins with its unique setting and its creatures. The characters were standing out from the start and the descriptive nature of the literature was very appealing. The book cover suited its audience and from its dialogue, it was apparent that the young adult spectators are going to enjoy it.

I was surprised from the ending and the journey it took me. I was not expecting to enjoy it as much as I did and praise the author for creating such a beautiful world. The literature had a nice flow to it and it was easy to understand. The author did not overwhelm the plot with extra sideline characters or storylines in order to fluff up her work. She focused on the main objection and emphasized on its core nature, creating a wonderful story.

I recommend this book to fantasy readers and young adult fans.

Written by Jeyran Main

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