Book Review: A Keeper’s Tale by JA Andrews.

A Keeper's Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the DragonA Keeper’s Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon by J.A. Andrews

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book Review – A Keeper’s Tale by JA Andrews
A Keeper’s Tale by JA Andrews is the tale of a boy living in the shadow of his older brother, a girl running away from her past and a dragon seeking revenge.

The Bad Stuff: There were one or two places in this story where the description had been dumped in a block of information. This could have been worked into the story better and revealed over a few pages, rather than clumped together in one piece. There were also one or two spots later in the story where the actions became a little stunted. I.e. He did this, then he did that, sort of thing, but it was very limited and other than that, there wasn’t really anything I didn’t like.

The Good Stuff: This book was a freebie for signing up to JA Andrews blog and I was very pleasantly surprized by it. Other than the couple of points noted above, it was well written. In fact, there were parts in the beginning section that I really loved because they were so well written. The story is definitely geared towards YA and fits well into this genre. It is quite clever done in my opinion and includes some great dialogue. The metaphors and similes are original and the characters are likeable.

Overall this is a quick, fun read. I really enjoyed it and therefore I’m going to give this one a dragon roaring 4 out of 5 golden bookmarks.

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