Saturday, March 3, 2018

Another Great Addition to the Bernovem Chronicle

The Medallion by Victoria Simcox

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The 3rd installment in The Bernovem Chronicle is here!
This time Kristina’s stayed on in the magical land, to join Hector Mysteria, in the search for the wizard, Azaril Crimson, who’s hidden Bernovem’s Book of Prophecy in the forsaken land of Jalmara. Sentiz is also back and in search of a key item―the Medallion―that she’ll need in order to cast her final spell to rule Bernovem. Things would be much easier for her, if only the whereabouts of the Medallion were known.

Join Kristina as she continues her adventure, on her dangerous journey, where she’ll soar high above the land and seas, on the back of a dragon, barely escape the clutches of death, as well as meet someone from her past she’d never dreamed of seeing in Bernovem. 

     I must say that I have enjoyed reading The Bernovem Chronicles series by Victoria Simcox. This fantasy series has been one amazing ride of the imagination! Victoria's writing style is much like that of C.S. Lewis; full of imagination with an underlying lesson for all. The third book in the series, The Medallion, The story continues Kristina's journey in Jalmara.This story has adventure, love, and magic. This story is captivating to say the least. You will find yourself on the edge of your seat while rooting for some characters while yelling at those you dislike. I highly recommend not only this novel but the entire series. If you have not had the pleasure of reading the Bernovem Chronicles from the beginning, I advise you grab a copy of the first two in the series. While this book would do well as a standalone, reading the series in order helps to answer some questions for those who started reading with this novel.

 About the Author

I was born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, to an Austrian immigrant mother, and a Dutch immigrant father. I now lives in Western Washington with my husband, Russ and our three children, Toby, Kristina, and William. Beside being a writer, I am a home-schooling mother of thirteen years and an elementary school art teacher of twelve years.

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