Crisanta Knight: The Liar, The Witch, & The Wormhole

Crisanta Knight: The Liar, The Witch, & The Wormhole

by Geanna Culbertson

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ISBN-13: 9781945448102
Publisher: Boutique of Quality Books
Publication date: 06/01/2018
Series: Crisanta Knight Series
Pages: 750
Sales rank: 1,316,716
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.40(d)
Age Range: 12 - 18 Years

About the Author

Geanna Culbertson is the author of the Crisanta Knight series, a young adult fantasy series that will culminate with the release of book eight in April of 2021. She is a sponsor and strong proponent of Girls on the Run, Los Angeles, an organization whose vision is a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

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Crisanta Knight: The Liar, The Witch, & The Wormhole 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Read it now!
AmyWeidenaar 10 months ago
A brilliantly written story, easily ready for the TV or movie screen! As good as Game of Thrones but written for a younger audience, this book will pick you up on its very first page, wrap you in its arms, and carry you all the way to the end. I read this with my daughter and we both loved it. The characters were brilliantly written and all 3 of the main female protagonists were easy to relate to. The male protagonists were equally well-written and all of the friendships were shown in such a way that kids can recognize their own friendships in them. These aren't perfect, pretty little relationships but real ones with highs and lows, awkwardness, growth, and all that comes with being a teenager. The parent/child dynamic was excellently handled and just as well done. The worlds built were wonderfully imaginable. Character development was done in such a way as to really make sense and challenged readers to think of their own perceptions of their world. The action was exceptional without completely taking over the story. All in all, our family has definitely found a new author to add to our list of favorites and we can't wait to go back and read the series from the very beginning. This is an absolute must-read! Thank you to BQB Publishing, Geanna Culbertson, and NetGalley for allowing us the opportunity to experience this amazing story and share our thoughts and opinions with others.
BooksInBrogan 11 months ago
The latest book in the Christina Knight series is a long read and does have a cliffhanger ending but a lot of action is going on so if you have been reading this series it is not to be missed.  The twist and turns in this one will keep you guessing throughout the book.  The only warning I would have is you have to read the other books in the series or you will be lost I had to skim the last book just to follow this one so the series really needs to be read in order.
TeaRexa 11 months ago
My favorite book in the series thus far! The Liar, the Witch, and the Wormhole delivers action-packed adventures, and reaches new levels of depth and game-changing discoveries! The tapestry this series weaves continues to grow more complex as threads are added and colors change. I absolutely ate up the new intrigues and the new locales. This book entwines beloved stories into its folds, teases curious visions of Crisa's future, and promises big things ahead. Part of what I adored about this particular volume of Crisanta Knight is spending time in her home palace in the kingdom of Midveil with her family. This series already does a wonderful job with the intricate web of relationships in a group of friends, and it was delightful to witness the complicated entanglement between rebellious-but-good-intentioned Crisa, her parents steadfastly stuck in their ways, and her two older brothers in the middle. In the midst of the fantastical journey is a cast of relatable characters. So often I feel like I've encountered these folks in my own life. Their struggles together against evil and also among themselves feel so real, it hits me in the heart. It can be heart-warming or heart-breaking to watch how your friends change, how you change, and this book pulls no punches. I feel like this storyline explores an idea that happens to all of us as we come of age, we are not who we were before, and all of the complicated ripples kicked up from dropping that stone. From start to finish, this fourth book was an incredible read, building on everything that came before. If you're contemplating starting this series, I might recommend starting at the beginning of the series with the first book "Protagonist Bound" just so you can get to this point to enjoy the full impact of this feast.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So excited about the next book!