Book Review: Glome’s Valley by Peggy Chambers

Publishing Date: November 2011

Publisher: Backlit PR


Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 3.3/5

Publisher’s Description: When Ethan and his dad to go Heavener, Oklahoma to read an ancient runestone, he is sure he’s going to be bored all summer. But Ethan quickly makes new friends, at least one of them a ghost. What began as a trip to Dullville suddenly becomes a fantastic adventure. There are other creatures living in the valleys near the runestone – energetic fairies, beautiful wood nymphs, and smelly old trolls. Ethan stumbles into the midst of an ancient war, and the only person who can save him is his archaeologist dad and the phone app that summons Thor.

Review: This was written for kiddies, which may explain the lack of reviews. Still, an effort was made to write this novel, so an equal effort will be made in this review. Kinda weird this has only one review in about 7 years since being published. Marketing fail? Publishing hiccups? Bad novel? Well read on to find out!

This was an entertaining read, although the character development was a bit truncated due to the compressed story line. Kids 12 and under will have a good time with this.


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