- Hardcover: 292 pages
- Publisher: Eloquent Books (September 16, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1608607070
- ISBN-13: 978-1608607075
The author's writing is easily understood, and there are not any rhetorical descriptions, which will make readers, especially the younger ones to understand and enjoy this story better. The plot is filled with twists and turns which helps the protagonist, Jon to learn more about everything in life. I like Samuel's character. He's a good friend of Jon, and is willing to help him in every way. He's a timid person, but when it has something to do with his best pal, Jon, he's willing to fight even the most dangerous and evil people. I think Dorthea has quite an interesting character too. She likes complaining about various things, like most girls. On the journey, she eventually develops a liking for Jon, especially after knowing the truth about Jon's lineage. How I hoped the author can write more about the romance between Dorthea and Jon!
However, there is something I don't really understand. Why Jon did not explain his connection with Danil before their last battle? Even the bad guys deserve the truth, alright. The ending of the story took me by surprise. I really liked the way the author planned and wrote this story. There are a few typos, but that doesn't affect the story overall.
In a nutshell, Thyme in a Flask is an interesting, fun-filled book which will surely attract young readers and fantasy lovers. This book is suitable for everyone, so get your own copy now!
I'd like to thank Glen Quarry for sending me a hardcover copy of Thyme in a Flask for this review! Thanks, Glen!
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