Raelia Book Review

Raelia is the second book in the Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni. We come back to the second year of Alex Jennings at the Akarnae School with her friends.


Despite the magical wonder of Medora, Alex’s life remains threatened by Aven Dalmarta, the banishes prince from the Lost City of Meya, who is out for her blood.

To protect the Medorans from Aven’s quest to reclaim his birthright, Alex and her friends seek out the Meyarin city and what remains of its ancient race.

Not sure who-or perhaps what– she is anymore, all Alex knows is that if she fails to keep Aven from reaching Meya, the lives of countless Medorans will be in danger. Can she protect them, or will all be lost?


As soon as I finished the first book, I couldn’t help but jump into the next book and back into the world of magic and adventure.

After coming back in the summer to practice with Karter, Alex is excited to take time to celebrate D.C.’s birthday with Jordan and Bear. However, at the party Aven appears just to let Alex know he can get to her anytime and anywhere.

Back at the academy Alex is getting ready for her classes and there is already rumours about her and her Combat teacher Karter. Karter puts her straight and with the help of her classmates, they put an end to the rumours.

During this book, you can see the relationship between Alex and Kaiden deepen especially with SAS class which she unknowingly tried out for and was accepted into by Hunter.

With her friends, Alex travels to Meya but gets into travel by unknowingly going through their sacred place Raelia. Alex warns the King and Queen about Aven and gains some allies in Kyia, Zain and Roka.

Towards the end we see Aven again with his claimed Medorans, and worst of Jordan has been claimed by Aven. Aven gets access to Meya and Alex soon learns of the prophecy that she is apart of and she knows what she is fighting for.

The book end with Alex, Bear and D.C. ready to get Jordan back and with a cliffhanger of how they can achieve this.

I really enjoyed Raelia and it’s really well written. I love how Lynette Noni is constantly expanding this world and how each place is important to the story.

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