August Fortress, Kilenya Series Book Three

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Jacob Clark’s most dangerous quest yet is just beginning. He and his friends must rescue the powerful Shiengols from August Fortress where they’ve been held captive for nearly fifteen years. But deadly Lorkon traps are everywhere and affect all involved—even Jacob. To succeed, he’ll have to master more of his powers and put aside distractions from his ordinary life.

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Words: 87,260
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476173306
About Andrea Pearson

Andrea, a Brigham Young University graduate, is an avid reader and outdoor enthusiast (hiking, fishing, boating, biking, spending time in the Rocky Mountains, and taking walks). She spent a year and a half serving the Spanish speaking community in Toronto, Canada, and is fluent in 2 ½ languages. She plays several instruments, not including the banjo, and loves putting together musical arrangements. Her favorite sports are basketball and football, though several knee surgeries and incurably awful coordination prevent her from playing them.

Andrea is always in the mood for a good movie with close friends and family (especially her husband and mom), with a large glass of milk and a bowl of overly buttered popcorn nearby. She also enjoys oil painting, making earrings, squeezing every bit of oxygen out of Ziploc bags, and she hopes to someday travel to Italy and Alaska.

Andrea has published three books.

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Review by: Mrs. B on Sep. 27, 2012 :
I just finished August Fortress and I feel like an addict. In less than a week, I re-read the Key of Kilenya and the Ember Gods to refresh my memory and then August Fortress. I kept trying to limit my reading time, but the nail-biting suspense had me hooked. I now know that I can’t let my 13 year old son read it until a weekend comes up where he has no homework or chores! Jacob is a typical teenager with worries about school, friendships, sports, attractions, and being far too busy. Added to all this is another life only his family knows about, where he has superhero type powers that he doesn’t understand and monsters to conquer. He rarely has time to rest as he tries to help people of another world survive. Fortunately, this is a series, so I can go back to my own busy life – until the next one comes out!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Karl Pearson on Aug. 11, 2012 :
This book, the 3rd in the series, is a very good read. I would recommend anyone with kids of whatever age they are, if they can read. I would almost guarantee they will enjoy this series. If they don't, they probably also don't like any of these series either: Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, or Fablehaven, which I have also read and enjoyed. I'm an older kid at age 57.

I'm not much on giving summaries of what I read, so if that makes this review disappointing, then accept my apologies. That's why I put comparisons of the other series. You will get a good idea of what my recommendation means. The Kilenya Series is as good as the others, without as many loose strings as Harry Potter left, and I haven't even read the entire series. Of course, that's because it's not done yet. I wish it was because my patience is wearing thin waiting.

You'll find a Smashing Read in the Kilenya Series. Honest.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Katherine Yarber on Aug. 07, 2012 : (no rating)
August Fortress, Kilenya Series Book Three was just as fabulous as the first two. Andrea Pearson is a wonderful YA Fantasy writer. I thoroughly enjoyed her books and now my kids are doing so. The story line keeps going. No lulls (which I detest) and it gave a desire to keep reading! Good story line, realistic characters, wide age range of interest.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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