Graevale Book Review

Graevale is the fifth book in the Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni.

BLURB

Now that Aven Dalmarta sits upon the throne of Meya, Alex must race against the clock to save the rest of Medora from the Rebel Prince’s wrath.

Haunted by an unspeakable vision of the future, Alex and her friends set out to warn the mortal races. But making allies out of ancient enemies proves difficult.

With her nights spent deep in the Library under the guidance of a mysterious new mentor, Alex is desperate to strengthen her gift and keep all those she loves safe. Because in a world where nothing is certain, she is sure of only one thing; Aven is coming.

REVIEW

I absolutely fell in love with this book as you see Kaiden and Alex’s friendship deepen and they realise their feelings for each other.

Alex is now training with Niyx to get better as she know she has to be good to even stand a chance against Aven.

Alex is called to the Medoran castle to inform the King and Queen about the threat that is coming from Meya. It is important that all the races of Medora are united against Aven. However, Alex is stuck with politics.

Even though there are politics involved. Alex won’t back down and with the help of her friends, set out to speak to the other races to warn them and ask them for help.

Her teacher Casper Lennox reminds Alex that she needs to improve her control of her gift and she gains a new mentor to help her. This comes with a catch, she has someone she is training with and discovers that it is Kaiden.

Alex and Casper travel to Graevale to try and gain the help of the Shadow Walkers and the Dayriders. The dayriders will help only if the Shadow Walkers do, so Alex enters a competition to win their help and learns how to fight dirty.

With this happening, I could see their relationship becoming closer and at the end, Alex and Kaiden are transported to another place.

I really enjoyed that we got to see the other races that inhabit Medora as well as the character development of Alex. She learns that helps comes in surprising places and I was in absolute tears when characters I came to love died.

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