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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Heather Bass

Kingdom of the OceansKingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I had read a few books from this author but this series is by far my favorite. This is the sixth and final book of the epic relic hunters series. This time when I started to read this book it was bittersweet. I really wanted to read the conclusion of this story but I didn’t want it to end. I could not put this book down until I finished it and it only took me a few hours. I can’t wait to see what this amazing author will write next.

Adam and Matt are finally getting to know about their family history. They only have one more mystery to solve and that could be the biggest myth of all. The Hunter brothers are going to find out if there was truly the wonderful world of Atlantis. They are not the only ones that are searching for Atlantis. The brothers rivals are also searching and they won’t let them find it first. Adam and Matt need to find it so they can protect with is their family history. Will the brothers find what they are looking for or will someone else get there before they can?

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters) by Martin Ferguson – Reviewed by @roxsannel

Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters)Kingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Adam and Matt are in big trouble, as they try to steer their boat through the storm raging around them, they can also see the shipwrecks which surround them, that is until the equipment in the boat goes off, but as they approach the first gap, they can see the first of the constellations they need. Adam is gripping onto the boat for dear life, his fear of water and drowning aren’t doing him any favours and it is only looking to the sky and Matt with his encouragement which is keeping him from utter panic.

The storm becomes even more wild as they crash through the waves, but the further they go, the harder it is to keep in course, especially when the turns are extremely tight and the brothers are in an old rusty boat, all they can hear is the groaning of the hull against the submerged rocks and wrecks, however when the engine dies on the last turn and they punch through to clear skies, all they can see is a drop off the end of the world and it feels like this well and truly is the end for them and that they will never find out the truth.

All is not lost though when they manage to swim out of the wreck and to land, however when they encounter the locals from Atlantis, they think that they are out of danger, however, they are not treated kindly and soon they find out why. Can Adam and Matt convince the Atlanteans that they haven’t come to do harm, but that they are only here for answers and to warn them about the groups who have followed their journey for more nefarious reasons, or will they lose more than just their lives? This is an action packed read where danger surrounds and catastrophe is just around the corner in a race against time to save the world from the evil lurking in the hearts of the evildoers.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Tori Mitton

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My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/6264927075″>5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
Mei Li moved from Vietnam to the United States when she was 8. She’s been helping run the family business her whole life. She wants to go to culinary school and be the best of the best. Then there is Marcus, he fell face first in love with Mei Li.<br />The way they passed notes to each other, or the texting. Omg!! This was an absolute devour book!!
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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Amber Howard

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When I started this book I thought it was going to be a cheesy romance book. The teen coming of age type of book. But it was so much more. I was hooked immediately. Every turn of the page just put me deeper in. I thought the authors did a great job touching upon the difference of cultures between Mei and Marcus. The romance between the two was very natural and sweet. The secret behind Nick, her parents! Mind blown and we just touched the tip of the iceberg. I really cannot wait for the sequel. Please be a sequel. I have questions and need answers!

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by M Policicchio

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I shoulda given it a 4 for making me have all the feels and leaving me hanging the way you did but …I guess that’s why you deserve the 5. Just so you know I am mad about all the feelings that you made me have while reading this book. I was happy, I remember that just falling in love feeling, the hormones racing making out with my then boyfriend, the anger I felt at Nick (the stupid jerkface!), and the shock at Mei Li’s mom. Oh, almost forgot to mention the love for and humor from Guo Mama. She was almost my favorite character.

Mei Li moved to the United States when she was 8 years old with her parents. She lives in Chinatown, San Francisco. Her parents own and run a local Chinese/Taiwanese restaurant. She has friends in the neighborhood, goes to the Chinese speaking neighborhood school, works at the family restaurant, and has a crush on the boy around the corner. Mei Li was a typical senior in high school. Except her family expected her to marry a family friend that was 7 years older than her.

Marcus Miller (or as Guo Mama called him “Marcus Miller”) was not a typical high school senior. Marcus was a straight A student, star soccer player, but did not date. He made a deal with his father freshman year of highschool to avoid girls, girlfriends and mess that his father said came with girls. If Marcus accomplished this feat, his father would buy him a motorcycle. One day while visiting Guo Mama, Marcus met Mei Li. Marcus was smitten. They started exchanging notes until Marcus finally got brave enough to give Mei Li his phone number. They both fell so fast.

The relationship should not be a problem for either one except for the secrets each is keeping. As Mei and Marcus spend more time together, the closer they become. The more dangerous their relationship becomes. When the secrets start to boilover, Mei Li must make some difficult choices. The biggest and hardest involves Marcus. When the choices are made, it may surprise you.

I was shocked at the ending. I can’t believe that was how it ended. I have so many questions. Is it too much to hope for a sequel?? I want to know what happened to Mei Li’s father. What does Mei Li do with all the info from the envelope? And so many other things. This was a beautifully written story. The teenage angst dripped from every page. Not my usual but tremendously enjoyed!!!

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Charlisa Wahtomy-Alba

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My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/6264105962″>4 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
Who would have ever thought of writing notes to a love interest through fortune cookies? Marcus and Mei Lei are so very different but yet they are the same. Both of them have big dreams and a lot is riding on them. Mei Lei finds herself tied to a man that is a few years older. He has shown her family kindness in their situation, however he may not be what or who he is portraying to the outside world. Marcus has seen his father have disaterous luck in relationships and finds himself making a bet not to get caught up in any girls. That all changes one day when these two have a chance meeting at the one spot they share in common. Marcus wants to honor the bet but he is also finding himself wanting the relationship. This book was definitely a bit outside of what I have been reading lately but it was a nice change up. I like the way the story flowed and how we got to see things from each character POV. Normally I am not a huge fan of that however the authors made that part flow effortlessly and it was not an issue. It started out a bit slow but picked up in no time. I do hope there is a book 2!
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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Krista Moulthrop

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was such a cute YA read. I really enjoyed the characters and how they came together, passing notes and sneaking more time to see each other whenever possible. I loved Mama Guo sort of pushing them in the right direction to make the moves they were afraid to. Marcus is focused on trying to graduate school, earn a motorcycle from his dad, and keep away from girls. But Mei pulls him in and he can’t resist. Mei feels like she owes another man (Nick) whatever he wants from her because he helped her stay in the country and is helping her career, but everyone can see that he’s up to no good and he is gross and abusive toward her. Praying on her before she was even of legal age. There are a few scenes in the story that might be triggering so just be aware or read through it before giving it to your teen but in the end it was such a great read and I really enjoyed it. Would definitely read more from this author, and I do hope there’s a part two to this story in particular.

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Robin Rankin

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Other Side of Together

Be prepared to ignore everything in your life to read this book cover to cover, because that is exactly what I did.

Mei Li’s family is traditional and they expect certain things from her. The first is for her to marry. She’s only a senior in HS and her family has their expectations, none of her hopes and dreams matter.

Marcus is also a senior in HS, he is also having to deal with parental pressure, while they’re not as bad as Mei Li’s they are still pretty unreasonable.

This was so much more than a young adult romance. There was danger & suspense while these kids dealt with more then anyone their age should.

I definitely recommend giving it a try.

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Jennifer Ramos

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This YA story has a great romance story and mystery behind it. It focuses on Max, an up and rising soccer star with many future prospects in his path, and Mei Li, a hard worker who is being threatened to keep her life as is for her family’s sake. Even though Max and Mei Li have grown up in the same neighborhood they have barely spoken to one another until a chance conversation and the start of passing notes via fortune cookies. I’ve always had a soft spot for romance stories where one feels inadequate of being admired, especially by those who are admired by many. They end up a more heartfelt connection as they start investing in time with the other and the circumstances that follow them. Mei Li starts opening up on the circumstances that follow her family and she must do what she can to protect them. This is a great story and recommended to anyone who enjoys the romance as well as the intrigue behind Mei Li’s story.

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Shannen Kern

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What an absolutely heart-wrenching emotional rollercoaster. I sat down to start this book and couldn’t put it down until I was finished! I hadn’t read anything from these authors before, but I will absolutely look out for more from them after this. I always love a book that contains dual points of view as it allows you to get different feelings from each perspective. With this book in particular I think the duality helped me get into Marcus’ and Mei Li’s mind and experience their emotions. These characters are incredibly well-developed, and I loved every moment of getting to know them. Picking up this book is an easy decision as it is one of the best YA Romances I have read in a very long time. I will be (impatiently) waiting for the next book because I need more!

Reviewed by @shannlynn

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Jennifer Gordon

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An enjoyable and engaging YA romance which kept me hooked throughout. This heartwarming and at times heartbreaking story took me on an emotional rollercoaster whilst reading it. Marcus and Mei Li have been drawn to each other ever since they met at a trolley stop in Chinatown. However, that is all they have in common as Marcus is a boy with an enviable future, whilst Mei Li is a secretive girl with a dark destiny. They are prevented from ever being together by family and dark forces, but this does not stop them from communicating in secret. They then meet up secretly and as their feelings grow, they share their first kisses, and start to talk of love. Then one night a combination of dark connections and opposing futures tears them apart. Marcus is left longing for Mei Li and keeps asking himself if he will ever find her again. Such an emotional romance about love against impossible odds. I loved both Marcus and Mei Li as they are likeable and relatable characters. Their chemistry really came across in the narrative, and I loved how their relationship developed throughout the book. This is a wonderfully written story, and the author really sets the scene and brought the setting and characters to life through the descriptive narrative.

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Shannen Kern

Kingdom of the OceansKingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the sixth book in the Relics Hunters series, and I am so sad to see it end! This has been one of my favorite series I’ve read in such a long time. The author has a brilliant way of creating a flawless story flow and just pulls you right in from the start. I absolutely recommend reading these in order as there are five books worth of backstory, character development, and crucial plot twists that you’ll need to appreciate fully. As always, I love the multiple points of view as you get to experience the story from different perspectives. The author creates such vivid imagery with their words, I can’t recommend picking this series up enough! Even though YA is a genre I tend to lean to, I believe this would be a great fit for anyone looking for thrilling adventures as this group goes treasure hunting with quite a bit of mystery and intrigue involved. As sad as I am to see this series end, I will be recommending to everyone I can!

Reviewed by @shannlynn

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Santana Hicks

Kingdom of the OceansKingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is the sixth and final book of the series. This is not a stand alone as there is a lot of build up to this point plus it is a continuation of the previous book.

Adam and Matt are still trying to make their way to Atlantis to find out what happened to their father. They had to do this with little to no help from the others as they were threatened not to help the brothers out. Winterbourne is hot on their trails and even follows them into Atlantis.

The brothers have to band together with the Atlanteans to defeat a common enemy while also finding out what actually happened to their father.

I really enjoyed this conclusion of the series, it was fast paced and full of information. Greek mythology mixed with modern times made it much more exciting to read about. Martin Ferguson did an amazing job with this series!

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Tausha Treadway

The Other Side of TogetherThe Other Side of Together by Emily Cox
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen. This is a great young adult romance but its not all rainbows and butterflies so be prepared. Marcus has a bet with his dad that he will leave girls alone until he graduates so he can concentrate on soccer. If he holds up his end of the deal he will get a motorcycle when he graduates high school. Mei Li involved with Nick a adult who is helping her with her Chef dreams and also helping her family make a go in the US. When Marcus meets Mei Li at the bus stop and then when Marcus and his father dine in the restaurant Mei Li works. Marcus is interested and starts sending her secret messages. Nick is not my favorite character and I felt he really used Mei Li and her family to his advantage. Marcus is smitten with Mei Li and will do anything to make her his. This is more than just a young adult romance as it deals with some sticky topics so be aware. Such a good book though!

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Sharon Funkhouser

Kingdom of the OceansKingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The follow up to the previous Relic Hunters story (Book 5, Betrayal of the Gods) picked up immediately where the previous story left off, which was much appreciated. In that sense, haha, I’m glad that I was able to literally put one down and pick up the next, or I’d be tortured in that time frame of waiting for an author to finish the next story! So, thanks for being on top of it, Mr. Ferguson!

As with the last story, I definitely enjoyed the marrying of the past and present with mythology and felt more invested this time as I had background on the Hunters and wanted to see them succeed in their goals of tracking their father’s final mission. Without giving away too much of the storyline, it was definitely intriguing and the crossover of timelines was enjoyable. I can definitely see this series continuing, developing other characters from the Hunter group and redefining what their roles are with the changes in the British Museum. A fun read!

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Tonya Merritt

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A light but real romance full of heartache, love and everything that can come in between. This story brings you back into those first love feels and makes you want to cuddle up and scream at the same time. It was a first kind of book for me. I had so many feelings and emotions but absolutely loved it. I really hope that Emily Cox and Nicole Allen write a second and make a series, a set, something for sure!

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Melissa Fink

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Tausha Treadwayeadw

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kingdom of the Hunters (Relic Hunters Book 6) by Martin Ferguson. This is the 6th and final installment in the Relic Hunter series and I have to say I’m a little sad its ending. In this book Matt and Adam Hunter find the lost city of Atlantis. In this book they find out what actually happened to their father and when the rest of their enemies attack the lost city they fight to save it. Duncan finally finds out who his mother is and even though the fate of the British Museum is left undecided I’m hopeful! This series is so fun and exciting full of mythology, treasure hunting, finding out fates and mystery. I have loved every word. Its geared toward young adults but I truly enjoyed it. I do recommend reading these in order to get a better understanding of the characters and their stories. Just a warning when you start this book you won’t want to put it down until you are done!

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kerry Baker

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was so excited to get back into this story and these characters. This series has been brilliant so far and this book is a fantastic addition. It was hard going into this story knowing it was the conclusion of the book and yet I couldn’t stop myself from reading it so quickly. This book was exciting and fast paced and I loved watching the characters develop even further. After six books, you expect to have seen everything from them and yet they all seemed to give so much more.
I have enjoyed every single moment of this series and I am sad that this is the conclusion. But the best way to get over this is to read them all again. I would highly recommend not only this book but this whole series to any YA fan.

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kerry Carr

Kingdom of the OceansKingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 6th and final book in the Relic Hunters series. I won’t lie I am a little devastated that this is the last book as I have thoroughly enjoyed them all. The author has written an amazing series that has truly captivated me. Their attention to detail in the historical and mythology elements as well as the action and adventure in the present day really meant I couldn’t put them down.

We are back with Matt and Adam as they search for their father uncovering myths that they never imagined existed. This is really a moving and heart wretching story as we finally learn what happened to their dad all those years ago.
The brothers have a lot to deal with. As well as the dangerous and heartbreaking journey they are on to discover the truth they are also fighting a danger closer to home as their enemies chase them down. Will Adam and Matt be able to save everything that their father and they have worked to protect at the British Museum? What other secrets will be uncovered?

I don’t want to give to much of the story away but I do recommend reading them from the beginning of the series. If you love history and mythology then you will love this series.

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Finn Cunningham

Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters)Kingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

  1. Kingdom of the Oceans, Relic Hunters Book 6, the final installment by Martin Furgusen was an absolutely incredible book. I have been with this series since around 2018, and I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, Martin you have truly outdone yourself. I have loved every single one of the Relic Hunters installments, and this one just takes the cake. Everything wrapped up in a perfect bow, with the possibility of more, and I really really really hope there is more someday! I recommend this series in its entirety, all 6 books are incredible action adventures that build up to this beautiful ending. I do recommend reading them all in order, however I would be careful, because once you start you won’t want to put Martin’s work down until you’ve finished the 6th book! Thank you Martin for a truly incredible experience!

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Elizabeth Sanchez

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am so NOT okay with that ending. Seriously?! I was not prepared for a cliff hanger. There better be a followup book! I loved The Other Side of Together, and did not want to put it down. However, it did turn a little deeper than I expected. In the beginning I was talking it up to my 14 year old, saying how I thought she would love it. But now I’m second guessing because it was not the light-hearted teen love story I expected. Mei Li and Marcus develop a strong bond, very quickly. They are practically neighbors, but grew up totally different lives. Mei Li feels obligated to make choices, to keep her family safe. But perhaps her parents don’t even want the same things for her, we don’t know the whole story yet. I knew Nick was a bad guy, but it went beyond what I expected. And now I want to know how everyone else is involved. Not so patiently awaiting a continued story….

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Alison Risher

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh, wow! This story could have come straight from today’s headlines! At the center is the budding romance between an undocumented immigrant and the son of a police detective. Both young people are hampered by family secrets- the ones they, as well as the ones they are unaware of. Family loyalty competes with the urge on the parts of the couple to forge their own path together. The end of the story is actually a new beginning.

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4 Stars
Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson

Kingdom of the Oceans is the sixth book in the Relic Hunters Series. This is a YA adventure that will have you turning the pages till the end. I highly recommend reading the previous book before diving into this one as it picks up right where it left off. Plus there are some important points details to help make this make sense. I’d suggest reading this series in order as well as it will help you get to know the characters better what’s been going on. Get ready for quite the adventure as Matt and Adam as they continue to chase after the mystical lost kingdom of Atlantis. The twists and turns had me on the edge of my seat trying to figure out what was going to happen next. I highly recommend reading this book to see what happens next. I’m looking forward to reading more from this Author.

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Nina Maes

Epic Adventure!
Fast paced, full of action and suspense. This will grab you and not let you go. Lots of twist and turns, leaving you wanting to see what is next. Recommend for all YA and old alike. Enjoyed reading out loud with my son.Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters)Kingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Epic Adventure!
Fast paced, full of action and suspense. This will grab you and not let you go. Lots of twist and turns, leaving you wanting to see what is next. Recommend for all YA and old alike. Enjoyed reading out loud with my son.

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Maisie Dickinson

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kingdom of the Oceans is the sixth and final instalment of Martin Ferguson’s Relic Hunters series, and it follows Adam and Matt Hunter as they finally find the lost city of Atlantis. They learn about what happened to their father and one of their enemies, and when the rest of their enemies attack the lost city, they fight alongside the Atlanteans to help save it. My favourite character is Adam and my least favourite character is probably General Walcott, because at least I understand Elizabeth Bowen’s motives. I recommend this book because it’s really interesting how Greek mythology is weaves into this modern-day story, and despite the fact that it follows multiple characters, you get a real understanding for who they are and what their voice is. I’ve only read the last two books of this series, but I loved them so much that I’m going to go back and read the series from the beginning. ‘I hope you know that the adventure of life with you gave me the happiest of memories.’

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen-Review by Victoria McQuigg

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen is a beautiful and consuming YA love story. Mei Li and Marcus are well written and fully developed characters. Their story is complicated, heart breaking, and will make you feel all the emotions. The issues they are dealing with in the book are so real and raw and make it that much more complex and heartfelt. Definitely recommend this beautiful story. 5 out 5 Stars!

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

4 Stars

 

The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen proved to be everything the blurb promised, and more. Emotionally charged with raw and gritty developments, these authors stummed my emotions and delivered an captivating angsty YA romantic drama.
This has a bit of a forbidden romance x star-crossed lovers feel and the darker elements worked beautifully. Marcus and Mei Li are a case of opposites attract, but will face challenges that will test them- so will they risk it all for love? Their story is set to continue, so bring on Book #2 ASAP!
Happy Reading…

Thank you, Emily Cox and Nicole Allen!

 

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kristin Boutelle

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

As like the previous book of this series, the author pulls you in on what happened in the past but gives you a glimpse of the history between a few of the characters. Within a few pages, the reader will understand the relationship dynamic of the older characters. The use of descriptive words are very well done, I can see what is actually happening. There is a lot of action that will keep you on your toes. I would recommend reading the previous book before reading this one, it will make more sense if you do.

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Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns – Wolf (Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns Series) by R. C. Reigh – Review by Laura Jones

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