I have received a free e-copy of the book The Embers of Enchantment Destinies Entwined Part I by S D Davieson for son1 to review. To find out more about the author you may visit his website.
Here is the book blurb.
Darkness has awoken once again within the shadows. Three unlikely Welsh teenagers and a young dragon fall mysteriously into each other’s lives as destiny is forced to intervene. Lizzie-Ann the white witch of Mwmbwls is already aware of the impending threat they face, but even she doesn’t have all the answers. Dylan attempts to train his dragon Heulwen. Seren receives a gift from nature that no other magical being has received in centuries and Emyr uncovers a dark secret that has been kept from him his whole life. Let’s just hope they have enough time to prepare for what is to come. We all now depend on them! Including you!
This is what son1 had to say.
I’m reviewing a book called the ‘Embers of Enchantment’.
I quite liked the book and rated it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
It’s quite a multi mix of characters and so there isn’t really a main character.
The main characters are:
-Dylan and his pet dragon, Heulwen
-Emyr, son of Lord Deheubarth
There are other main characters but none more main than them.
Short and to the point, but I also read this book, so I’ll add my comments. This book is set in the Mumbles, Swansea area of South Wales. 14yr old Dylan has his own baby pet dragon, Heulwen, hatched from an egg who he is trying to teach to fly. Then we meet 15 yr old Emyr who lives in Oystermouth Castle. Also white witch Lizzie Ann with her large dragon Ysbryd. And Seren whose father has forbidden her to practice magic, but who has just received a wand whilst hiding in a bush. Versus Bartholomew, captain of the pirates searching for treasure in Oystermouth Bay.
An eclectic collection of characters who have just begun interacting when we reach the end of part I, with Emyr in a secret chamber he never knew existed in the castle. The reader is definitely left wanting to jump straight into part II, which was published last month. The book is being released in 4 parts, so you’ll have to wait for parts III and IV.
The Embers of Enchantment Destinies Entwined Part I is available on Amazon, currently priced at £6.99 in paperback and is also available in Kindle format. Both son1 and I enjoyed this book. We have also received a free copy of Part II, so son1 will start reading that soon.
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Disclosure. This post is a review of an e-book I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.
My niece would love to read this at bedtime.
This was popular with my son
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We are just in the middle of reading Inkspell at the moment, but this book sounds great for our next read.
Not heard of Inkspell. I shall have to look that up
Sounds like a book Ella will love 🙂
It is good. Son1 has now started reading book2
One for my nephew patrick -hes loving his reading and like to try and get him books he’ll love
yes I would recommend this
I don’t like fantasy books at all, so I know I wouldn’t like this. My younger son would have loved it when he was younger though as he started out reading Beast Quest and later moved on to Percy Jackson.
yes son1 started with Beast Quest too
Sounds like a good start, think I’d have to wait until all 4 parts are out til I read them though. Thanks for sharing with #readwithme
Reminds me of waiting for the later Harry Potter books. I read books 1-4 together then had to start waiting
I’m not sure if I would enjoy this book or not as I’m not a huge fan of fantasy. I hope that you enjoy Book 2 and don’t have to wait too long for 3 and 4!
I’m not usually, but this one worked well for me
Sounds like a fun book, sort of like ‘how to Train’ your dragon series?
We’ve only read one of those books, but yes if you like those, then this should appeal