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Kingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kat Mellon

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

Kingdom of the Oceans completes this part of the series, and was amazing! There might be more that is added onto this series, and it sets up like there might be, but it also neatly wraps up most everything from the series thus far, so no major cliff hangers. The fate of the British museum is still uncertain, as well as how things will play out when Duncan finds out the truth of his mother, and I’m looking forward to the next books to cover those.

The multiple POV continues with present day British Museum staff and past legends of Atlantis. I loved the fictional storyline of Atlantis and the meeting of past and present worlds. Overall a wonderful series and great for young teens to adults.

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Relic Hunters: Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Heather Bass

Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Book 5)Betrayal of the Gods by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have read a few books from this author and he still blows my mind. This is the fourth book in the very addictive series the Relic Hunters. You do need to read these books in order or you might get lost. I love a good young adult adventure but this book exceeded my expectations. I started this book right away and I read it in only one sitting. I can’t wait to see what happens next.

Adam and Matt are going to go on their first hunt on their own. They are used to having help and more equipment but this mission is more personal. Their journey is in the middle of Greek mythology. They are going to have a lot of skill and tricks up their sleeves. Adam and Matt are so close at getting what they have been searching for but there are things that will try to stop them. Will the brothers get what they want or will they be stoped?

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Susan Ratchford

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

Kingdom Of The Oceans (Relic Hunters Series book 6)
By: Martin Ferguson
Review by: Susan Ratchford
5 Stars

As always, Martin Ferguson creates an amazing, thrilling, and gripping adventure. This time the chase is for the ever elusive glory filled Atlantis. The stakes and danger were never higher as Adam and Matt face old foes and a new intriguing journey. I am saddened to see this series come to a close, because I highly enjoyed this treasure hunting romp. This book and series is so much fun to read for anyone at any age and of course the cover art is stunning. The only thing I suggest besides picking up this riveting series is starting from book one Eagle Of The Empire!

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Eagles of the Empire (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by karli giesbrecht 02/24

<a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53314104-eagle-of-the-empire” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img border=”0″ alt=”Eagle of the Empire (Relic Hunters, #1)” src=”https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1588442058l/53314104._SX98_.jpg” /></a><a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53314104-eagle-of-the-empire”>Eagle of the Empire</a> by <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15503962.Martin_Ferguson”>Martin Ferguson</a><br/>
My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/6240670773″>4 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
Great easy read, lots of laughs and moments that you’re on the edge of your seat.
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Curse Of Sands (Relic Hunters Series) Martin Ferguson -Review by Karli Giesbrecht 02/24

<a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53314127-curse-of-the-sands” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img border=”0″ alt=”Curse of the Sands (Relic Hunters, #2)” src=”https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1588442396l/53314127._SX98_.jpg” /></a><a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53314127-curse-of-the-sands”>Curse of the Sands</a> by <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15503962.Martin_Ferguson”>Martin Ferguson</a><br/>
My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/6240648439″>5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
Great book, I love this series, Highly recommend to all ages.
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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Karli Giesbrecht 01/24

<a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/202758801-kingdom-of-the-oceans” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img border=”0″ alt=”Kingdom of the Oceans” src=”https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1701107093l/202758801._SX98_.jpg” /></a><a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/202758801-kingdom-of-the-oceans”>Kingdom of the Oceans</a> by <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15503962.Martin_Ferguson”>Martin Ferguson</a><br/>
My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/6223189582″>5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
I absolutely loved this book, I’m enjoying the entire series! Id highly recommend it! My kids even enjoyed reading it with me!
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Blood Of The Dragon (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review By Karli Giesbrecht 02/24

<a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53445923-blood-of-the-dragon” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img border=”0″ alt=”Blood of the Dragon (Relic Hunters, #4)” src=”https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1589919362l/53445923._SX98_.jpg” /></a><a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53445923-blood-of-the-dragon”>Blood of the Dragon</a> by <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15503962.Martin_Ferguson”>Martin Ferguson</a><br/>
My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/6234736266″>4 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
What a great book! I enjoyed every aspect of it! I love that it kept me guessing. I would highly recommend the series to anyone!<br />
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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Brandy Vaughn

Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Book 6)Kingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This the sixth and final book in the Relic Hunters series. As with the other books in the series, we have an adventure filled young adult novel with wonderful characters, treasure hunting, the quest for Atlantis, and full of mythology. Ferguson has done a excellent job of delivering an exciting conclusion to the series. Kingdom of the Oceans is recommend for anyone who loves YA epic adventures!

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Relic Hunters: Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by karli giesbrecht 02/24

What a great book! I enjoyed every aspect of it! I enjoyed that it kept me guessing. I would highly recommend the series to anyone!

Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf by R.C. Reigh – Review by Kat Mellon

Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: WolfKingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf by R.C. Reigh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf is the first book in the series and I really enjoyed it! I hadn’t read anything by this author before so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Multiple POVs from a very diverse cast- ranging from dragons to werewolves to humans.
This story focuses on a newly built school for the kingdom that also houses the young royals. When they’re recently thrown together, of course there’s some chaos involved. Add in a witch with an unknown ulterior motive, spells, fated mates and scorned love with some teenage hormones and you get a very intriguing read! I had a hard time putting it down and honestly can’t wait for the next one !

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Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf by R. C. Reigh – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: WolfKingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf by R.C. Reigh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Bastion is a school where young humans, shifters and fae of the royal families of the seven sovereigns will come to study, hone their skills and blossom into the rulers they are being trained to be and it is one of the safest places they can be. Each sovereign state has their own tower where the youths live and each one has two emissaries to help them.

Amelia of Avonlee is one of these youths, a girl with a future planned out for her, but she is rebellious and especially with one certain part, an arranged marriage between herself and the Prince Dane of Carpathia, she is adamant that she doesn’t want this and is determined to break it. Prince Dane has always wondered what his betrothed looks like but is of the opinion that she will just be another weak human, but that all changes when he meets her for the first time and the idea of breaking the betrothal soon becomes impossible.

Meanwhile, the other students have their own worries and dreams, so between studying, training and the tournaments and competitions between the kingdoms beckon, the rivalries come out to play in full force. The main one is between the two shifter clans, they each feel superior to the other and will do anything to prove it, so during the tournaments, some true colours shine through and they are not all positive ones.

One elusive fae from a kingdom nobody wants to garner the attention of is Kessara, the daughter of the Necromancer, a beautiful girl with plenty of tricks up her sleeve and chaos to create, but she is always willing to help others, but for a price of course. This is how Prince Dane comes to her, desperate for help with Amelia and turning her opinion of him and their betrothal round, however her price is a steep one for such a request.

As the months progress, the Bastion becomes a haven of lies, alliances, betrayal and treason as treaties are broken, maintained and stretched to their limits, especially when danger calls and reality hits, but will this lead the students down the correct path, or will fate intervene? This is a fantasy book filled with magic, action and a sprinkle of mayhem which will keep you on your toes and hooked until the end.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Ayla Phipps

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

Mmm. a-Mei-zing. COULD NOT PUT DOWN. Both Emily Cox and Nicole Allen are new authors to me, and I don’t even have words. The fact that this book was written by two amazing authors but more so the fact that it was so seamless, honestly if not for the front having both names you would think this was written by one incredible author. Dual perspectives Mei Li and Marcus.
Mei Li is from Taiwan but moved to San Fransisco when she was eight years old and now lives in Chinatown with her parents and they own a family restaurant, Zheng’s. Marcus is the son of Detective Ray Miller, a star student and soccer star. Both have big dreams but after ten years of living on the same block one day, one tiny “insignificant” moment changes everything. Mei deals with the secrets of her family’s status in the US while trying to show gratitude to the “man” that helped them stay here. But now since meeting Marcus she no longer wants to just play the part and settle for the grown man seven years older than her that isn’t who he pretends to be. Her dreams are to be a chef, to go to L.A., find an internship and go to culinary school. Only Nick has suffocating ropes attached to his “kindness”. Marcus has a dream to go to Stanford with a full scholarship in soccer, to play. Only he fears abandoning his father like his mother did so long ago. Finding Mei, he still cares about school, soccer, and finishing the deal with his dad for his motorcycle but he wants the girl now too. His parents went zero to a hundred quick, and it burned them both, Marcus being the only good thing to come from it. Marcus doesn’t want that he wants every day to begin, end and be filled with Mei in his life. To take things slow and steady for the win-win.
When secrets start to come to light, will anyone be left standing in the ashes? Can Mei Li escape the nightmare she’s “trapped” in? How will Marcus complete the deal and get the girl? This world is a reality based one with countless people living in similar moments every day. Mei Li and Marcus were brought together right when it was their moment, when their lives were supposed to truly begin. Not the lives their parents tried to force on them but their own. I absolutely LOVED the characters of Mei Li and Marcus their innocents and curiosity, coming into their emotions and not running from them when they felt they should. I especially have a personal understanding of Marcus as I was also the product of teen “love” that burned out too quickly. While my mom wasn’t as extreme as Marcus’s dad I had similar rules, my mother was terrified I would be a teen mom too, but I did things the “proper” way, married and then kids. Life is what you make it, our decisions shape them and when parents feel they made mistakes and force those changes on their kids they create unimaginable fears. I will certainly be keeping an eye out for more books from these authors, they have captured my heart with Mei Li and Marcus, and I will eagerly devour anything that comes next.

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Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns – Wolf (Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns Series) by R. C. Reigh – Review by Melissa Fink

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Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns – Wolf (Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns Series) by R. C. Reigh – Review by Callie Luna

Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: WolfKingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf by R.C. Reigh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns was a good introduction to the series. I enjoyed that the point of view changed to get the full story. Amelia is a princess that wants to have her freedom. Instead she is being forced into an arranged marriage with a wolf prince (Dane), it is the last thing she wants. Her cousin Cora is her protector and a master on the battlefield. Prince Dane is a strong fighter and protector of his pack. He will stop at nothing to protect his kingdom and promote peace. And don’t forget the dragons and the necromancers daughter ready to stir up trouble. They are all attending the same academy with the other nobles of the 7 kingdoms. The chapters are short and easy to read. I’m interested in reading the next book in the series due to the ending.

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Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns – Wolf (Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns Series) by R. C. Reigh – Review by Shannen Kern

Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: WolfKingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf by R.C. Reigh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a brilliant start to the Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns series, and I am already looking forward to the next book! It was also my first book from this author, but they quickly made it to my watch list. I am a huge fan of anything fantasy related, and this was a great addition to my YA fantasy collection. I loved the ability the author displayed as they painted each scene for readers to experience instead of just observing. This story focuses on Dane and Amelia and is told from multiple points of view, which is also a quick way to my heart. The flow of the story is magnificent and at least part of the reason why I devoured this book in one sitting. If you enjoy wolves, dragons, and fae along with an action-filled storyline that keeps you guessing, don’t wait any longer because this is your book!

Reviewed by @shannlynn

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The Other Side of Together by Emily Cox and Nicole Allen – Review by Kayla Octaviano

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

Really interesting plot. This book has a little bit of everything. Family troubles, in my different ways, forbidden love different than you’ve read it before, and a hope for the future that differ drastically. So fun to read that I couldn’t put the book down!

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Relic Hunters: Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kayla Octaviano

Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Book 5)Betrayal of the Gods by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wow. Take the relic hunters and place them against each other. The brothers stick together, but when there are orders to hunt them down, wouldn’t you rather your own team find you than somebody else? This one was crazy! Read this if you like turning the pages and not being able to stop reading!

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Relic Hunters: Blood of the Dragon (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kayla Octaviano

Blood of the Dragon (Relic Hunters, #4)Blood of the Dragon by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book had its own unique twists and turns. Again, stepping back to a real life time in history, these characters do their thing. Little do they know, they are chasing more trouble for themselves than thought possible. With the relic hunters on the defense, this book is exciting, crazy, and very fun to read.

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Relic Hunters: War of the Damned (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kayla Octaviano

War of the Damned (Relic Hunters, #3)War of the Damned by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Super fun read! I’m not a big history buff, but relating back to Hitler was extremely interesting to read about. These wonderful characters being put into real life scenarios is crazy and a lot of fun! Can’t wait to read the next one!

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Relic Hunters: Curse of the Sands (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kayla Octaviano

Curse of the Sands (Relic Hunters, #2)Curse of the Sands by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Very fun. Fun to read about the group being brought in as a group, working together again. This book puts their team against other teams who are trying to reach the same goal. Twists and turns promised, adventure like no other, and fun characters that you can relate too.

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Relic Hunters: Eagle of the Empire (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Kayla Octaviano

Eagle of the Empire (Relic Hunters, #1)Eagle of the Empire by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Very unique book. I’ve never read a book like this. Intriguing, entertaining, twists and turns at every moment. I would suggest this book to anybody who likes adventure, being on the edge of your seat, and fun story lines.

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Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns – Wolf (Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns Series) by R. C. Reigh – Review by Hannah Porter

Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: WolfKingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf by R.C. Reigh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is my first time reading anything from this author. After seeing the cover I couldn’t wait to read this story. Especially after seeing the blurb, where it says for fans of Beauty and the Beast, the Descendants, Cruel Prince, and GOT we would love this. Since I loveee all of those I know I had to give this a try. I will add though that it also has a little of vampire diaries spin off legacies mixed in too🥰🥰 Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Wolf is the first book in this series(the second being Kingdom of 7 Sovereigns: Dragons). This story follows young royals, navigating their lives after the 500 year war against the underworld. This is mainly Dane and Amelia’s story but it has a point of view from not just then but other main characters which I liked. This book has everything you’d want to read in a fantasy book and more, with enemies to lovers,mystery, suspense, adventure,destiny, shifters,Fae, dragons, and tension. Omg The cliffhanger at the end has me running to read the second book now. I look forward to reading more!

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Relic Hunters: Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Melissa Saxton

Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Book 5)Betrayal of the Gods by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is book 5 in a series, and I admittedly started with this book and wasn’t confused totally can be done as a standalone.
Join Matt and Adam in adventures across timelines and povs there is historical fiction and fantasy while exploring Greek heros, several famous lost cities and battles alike! This author expertly weaves his tale with great attention to detail and characters making you instantly invested. The timelines and pov changes frequently but the start of each chapter is labeled with a character and the “when” of what’s happening. The chapters are also mercifully shorter allowing you to capture things in small snippets but getting great detail and world building so both YA readers and Adults can BOTH enjoy this series. Very well done and now I need to go back and learn more!

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Relic Hunters: Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Santana Hicks

Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Book 5)Betrayal of the Gods by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

After the Museum is taken over by the United Nations Security and Adam’s best friends mom, Elizabeth, who is also rumored to be a part of Winterbourne, Adam is told for the second time to investigate the Alpha team’s room.

Adam’s curiosity peaked. Once he broke into the room he was greeted with a bunch of old equipment and photos. In one of the photos is Charles, Elizabeth and their father! Turns out he was a hunter too and went down in a storm years ago. Adam and Matt right then and there quit. They no longer trust Charles and with the museum being under new management, it only makes sense to cut ties now.

Their mother and Charles give the boys the last things that their father had left for them. A letter and a journal. With that the boys decide to find out the truth about what happened to their father. Without the help from the museum, they need to do all of this secretly. After some investigating, it seems their father was looking for Atlantis.

There are flashbacks to a time when Atlantis still stood with mention of a few of the Greek Gods.

Again, Martin Ferguson shows how much research they put into their writing. The book started off with a twist, capturing my intrigue instantly. I love Greek Mythology and this was right up my alley. Will the Hunter Brothers really find Atlantis?

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Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Jennifer Reimer

Kingdom of the Oceans (Relic Hunters Book 6)Kingdom of the Oceans by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this whole series and its sad to know this is the last one. These books are great together or by themselves but now enjoyable when you read them in order. As just like with the others in this series, this is a fantastic young adult action-adventure with wonderful characters, treasure hunting, the quest for Atlantis, historical details, mythology, drama, mystery, danger, investigation, tension, an intriguing & complex plot, high stakes, and a race against time and so much more. I couldn’t get enough of these books they kept me intrigued and wanting more. The tales of the past in the story really brings together the quests and the history of what the relic hunters are ding. Adam and Matt are at it again but this time for the hunt to find Atlantis. This is a great series and I highly suggest reading it even if you’re not a young adult.

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Relic Hunters: Blood of the Dragon (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Santana Hicks

Blood of the Dragon (Relic Hunters, #4)Blood of the Dragon by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Vlad the Impaler or Vladislav Dracula as he was called back in the day, was known as a brutal ruler and said to be a vampire. But vampires aren’t real, right?

Adam and his crew are back at it again, this time to Romania to check out Poenari Castle, also known as Castle Dracula. A professor who is friends with Charles found papers that were said to be owned by a scholar who disappeared after investigating the castle in 1967. The British Museum crew are told to go with the professor to protect her while she looks for hidden secrets. A goblet with a dragon on it is found and that’s when all hell breaks loose. They are being hunted by Winterbourne, the military and now vampires!? One by one they are turned except for Adam and it is once again up to him to save his team. Can he do it all alone?

Meanwhile we get a glimpse into Vlad’s past and how he became the ruthless man he is known to be.

This is the 4th installment of the ‘Relic Hunters’ series and so far, it’s my favourite. I love stories of vampires and shifters and anything fantasy so I was excited to have that as the main theme this time around. Martin Ferguson has a way with words and will make you invested in all the characters right from the get go. Time to read book 5!

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Eagle of the Empire (Relic Hunters) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Jennifer Reimer

Eagle of the Empire (Relic Hunters, #1)Eagle of the Empire by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was an incredible book, I really enjoyed and love the fact that it is series, which I can not wait to get into the rest. This book went and back and forth between past and present which gave it a nice back story on the events and what was happening before. the history that weaved into the story really brings a different perspective to this story. Matt and Adam are far from your ordinary boys, they are relic hunters, and this story takes us to Rome, but they aren’t the only ones on the hunt. The adventure these boys go thou shows to them a lot of growth and that they can accomplish anything. This book was filled with action, supernatural, history, suspense and so much more. Highly recommend this book.

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Relic Hunters: Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Melissa Fink

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Relic Hunters: Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Series) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Shea Gilkerson

Betrayal of the Gods (Relic Hunters Book 5)Betrayal of the Gods by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Relic Hunters book 5 is amazing, and I’m immediately going back to book 1. I love Greek mythology, the smooth transitions between past and present, Adam and Matt and the world that has been built and shared in this book. I was fully engrossed and didn’t feel confused about anything, but I did feel curious and interested in getting more engrossed in this world.

Adam and Matt are on the most important quest so far, and journey through Troy, deal with tragedies and Greek heroes, and a world full of wonderful characters. In the midst of all of this, they are on the run and being hunted as criminals themselves. The cover art drew my original attention, the summary made me interested, and reading the actual story has made me a fan. I can see these books even piquing the interest of non readers.

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Curse of the Sands (Relic Hunters Book 2) by Martin Ferguson – Review by Jennifer Reimer

Curse of the Sands (Relic Hunters, #2)Curse of the Sands by Martin Ferguson

This is book 2 of the series, and so far, I have no complaints. This book was an amazing read, and I couldn’t read it fast enough it was incredible. This book is supernatural and history all in one. I would highly recommend this is you like suspense, action, supernatural and then a little of history all rolled into one. With the discovery of a pyramid in Egypt, with all the traps inside the pyramid it’s nearly impossible to get into tit. But this doesn’t stop the relic hunters and they set out to discover the secret a why it was just discovered now, and why all the traps what this pyramid could be hiding. This book follows two timelines but is incredible with the back-and-forth feedback and insight, I really like this part of the books.

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