THE SEREN TRIOLOGY by Darren Lewis
Do you believe in magic?
Our world was born into chaos four billion years ago. It has survived to nurture and protect a species that is duty-bound to help it live. And it’s not human. Now, those protectors are dying and the Earth will perish. Their leader Rox has a plan, but she will not be alone.
From a chance meeting, Rox will travel with the bravest creature she has ever met. A young human girl, Ellie. Travel with them both, through the dark woods to the far reaches of the past, as they seek a way to save our world.
Can you fly?
Ellie returns home to forge a unique friendship that will change her life. Her new companion, Cole, will fly her to amazing heights and plummet to the lowest depths beneath the earth, as they embark together on a perilous and personal quest to discover something precious lost so long ago.
Could you save the world?
The fate of mankind hangs in the balance and on the shoulders of Ellie and her dragon, Cole. Old and new friendships will come together to overcome the dreadful future the young friends have unleashed upon the world. Everything must be risked and sacrificed if Ellie is to save everyone she knows and loves.
A choice must be made. A price must be paid.
And only one girl can make it.
The Seren Trilogy is a #1 Amazon Bestseller in its own category (Children’s eBooks – Animals – Rabbits).
From the moment I started reading this book, I felt a smile on my face and joy in my heart. I knew it was going to be a wonderful tale. And I was not mistaken. What a magical, wondrous world Seren lives in. I have a penchant for cats, rabbits and dragons, so I really loved Grace, (Oh sorry, Ginger), Rox and Cole. Darren Lewis did an awesome job bringing the different characters to life with the mannerism of each animal. The story reads like a fairy-tale. Seren is innocent and brave and she understands and steps up to the self-scarf ice she needs to make to save her world. This is a great book for middle age children on up to adults. I look forward to the sequel.
Now for the Cons. There were several technical issues. First, the TOC was at the very back of the book. Not where it’s supposed to be. There were also some grammatical errors. “Was sat” is used a lot, which is not correct. There were numerous words missing or words that should have been deleted. The reader shouldn’t have to correct the writing as they’re reading. These errors seem to be a common occurrence with self-published authors or small publishing companies.
That being said, I really loved this story and I would recommend it for everyone. I give it 4 feathers.