The Kingdom of Falmoor has been freed of its curse. The evil one, banished to the dark realm.
Finally reunited after an eight year separation, Asher and Ariana Caine learn they possess magic—a magic more powerful when they’re together.
But the Caine twins don’t have much time to discover their powers before they face a new threat. This time, it’s not just Rhyme that’s at risk, but also the magical realm of Coraira, as the evil sorcerer Asgall plans to takeover all the world’s magic. And he wants the twins’ powers to help him do it.
Can the twins defeat Asgall before he destroys everything and everyone they love?
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Title: Into Coraira - Legend Rhyme Series Vol. 1 Book 2 Author: Jamie Lee Mann Publisher: Blue Moon Publishers Published: 5-8-2015 Pages: 202 Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy Sub-Genre: Family; Siblings; Growing Up ISBN: 9780994732118 ASIN: B00XA8G8F0 Reviewed For NetGalley and Blue Moon Publishers Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.25 Stars The Caine Twins continue to learn more of their magical powers after banishing Elora, but in doing so they unleashed an even greater evil, Asgall, father if Elora and her twin Calla. Determined to have all powers and rule in total evil. Can the twins defeat Asgall before he destroys everything and everyone they love? Again told in the third person from alternating some new ones, such as an ado perspectives. We meet old friends and undecided characters from book one "Elora of Stone" and meet new ones, including sweet adorable one you will want to take home. A new adventure a few leftover questions answered and a few new ones raised. A great book for 10-14 year olds who like fantasy adventures. My rating of "Into Coraira" is 4.25 out of 5 stars.
As soon as I had finished “Elora of Stone” I had to begin “Into Coraira” – this is such a wonderful, addictive series. Like Fidget and Wink, I had to know what would happen next: “Fidget frowns. “What do you think happened after we left?” “You mean when Elora filled up the sky like giant, evil smoke? Hard to say.” Wink sits back and crosses his arms in a contemplative pose. He pauses for a moment before speaking again. “Everyone’s probably dead””. Thankfully that was not the case. However, there is now a new evil to be overcome as “the most evil sorcerer who has ever lived”, Asgall, appears. Many of the main characters from the first book are back, but now we also have unicorns, a Pegasus, dragons (sea and ice) and mermaids too, as well as the new (to us) magic realm of Coraira. Asher and Ariana are reunited with their parents, and begin their magic lessons with Novah. Cod-latin is soon being thrown all over the place – Harry Potter would be right at home. Their most important lesson, though, is that “Most types of magic come with a cost. Rules must be followed in order for a certain level of balance to be maintained”. Asgall has no intention to play according to the rules, and with help from an unexpected source, seeks revenge and to destroy all that is good in the worlds – but not before he and his accomplice have stolen the twins’ powers. This book is even faster paced than the previous one, with just as many twists and turns, more realms and two cliff-hangers at the end. Onto the next book!