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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Book Review: The Guardian of Kelmar ~ Book 1 of the Kelmar Trilogy by Laura Sepesi

Title: The Guardian of Kelmar – Book I of the Kelmar Trilogy


Written by: Laura Sepesi

Paperback: 613 pages

Publisher: Infinity Publishing / May 2009

ISBN: 0-7414-5336-3

Price: $26.95

Come away where anything goes in the fight over good versus evil. Unbeknownst to Baby Carmen her destiny was slated even before she was born. The evil Desorkhan will stop at nothing, destroying all who get in his way to reach Carmen. Death if necessary.

Hidden away from the clutches of the dark forces, Carmen lives a solitary life with her grandfather, since being orphaned as a baby. Her true destiny is kept secret from her, until her fifteenth birthday. When on this coming of age milestone birthday her grandfather presents her with an unusual gift. A golden skeleton key engraved with the initials BSGAD. Her grandfather’s aloofness baffles Carmen as to what this unusual key could unlock.

Quite unexpectedly Carmen comes across an old locked book engraved with “The Book of Kelmar” on the book cover. With the skeleton key in hand, Carmen unlocks the “Book of Kelmar” and unleashes her true destiny and is transported to the city of Kelmar.

Will Carmen find true understanding and courage she so desperately needs to overcome the dark forces once and for all? Come along for this fascinating journey into a magical world of self discovery.

Learn more about the mind tinkling world of Laura Sepesi at: http://www.laurasepesi.com/

 

2 comments:

  1. Great review, Donna. Sounds like an interesting story.

    Congratulations, Laura, on your book. Best of luck to you.

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  2. Sounds like a great book, Donna! I wish Laura lots of success...

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