James Clyde and the Tomb of Salvation by Colm Mcelwain (Book Review #941)


James Clyde and the Tomb of Salvation is book two in its series. The story continues with James Clyde and his two friends Ben and Mary. This time, they are searching for a map that leads them to a Tomb. It is an ancient shrine that posses the three diamonds of the Orchestra. Promising a life of immortality makes it a hot commodity. The adventure begins as they journey through danger and many twists and turns.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

If you have read book one, then you straightway fall into the second one; however, if you haven’t, then you might find it hard to follow through. The story is geared towards the younger age, so it was nice to see that the literature reflected its age group. There are two narratives, and both do a good job describing the story. The content is action-adventure and provokes the thought of how far one can go for a friend.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read books in series and stories with mysteries.

Written by Jeyran Main

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