The Key of Kilenya, Kilenya Series Book One
no. 1, Kilenya - Kilenya, no. 1
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One Teenage Boy
Two Magical Keys
Endless Worlds to Save
The Kilenya Series by Andrea Pearson
"This is the beginning a series that is sure to be great. Both youths and adults will enjoy The Key of Kilenya.” – Jewel Adams
"The creatures Jacob has to live among and fight against are new, fresh, and creative compared to other, similar novels." - Ariella Stewart
Two monstrous wolves drive fourteen-year-old Jacob Clark down a path to a different world near his small-town home. The creatures of this new world are peculiar, and he is surprised to learn that they know everything about him. Even the evil, immortal Lorkon, who stole the Key of Kilenya. They are jealous of Jacob and wish to control powers he doesn't know he possesses.
"The Key of Kilenya is full of adventure and wonderful, mythical-type creatures—totally unique. This book is like Fablehaven meets Harry Potter with a sprinkling of Lord of the Rings. A good, fun, clean read for the whole family." – Jennifer Hurst
"As a mother, it's refreshing to know there are authors writing fantasy, like The Key of Kilenya, that is not dark and depressing." – Kimberly Job
"Andrea balances excitement with thought, external conflict with inner, and adds just the right mix of mystery and realism." – Karen Hoover
About the Author:
Andrea Pearson is the author of the Kilenya Series and Kilenya Romances.
the key of kilenya
this book had me twisted into knot around it in bed
i could not tell what was going to happen next which was unusual for me
Good, but a little too much drama
Overall, a magnificent read, but there was a little too much drama for all that really happened. I really enjoyed the characters, especially Aloren, Aldo, and the Fat Lady, the latter two of which I am not quite sure why. Their (no spoilers, so I'll just say) similar personalities were just wonderful and perfect. I love Early and September. I do wish there was a lot more description. That is probably what definitely put it at a four. At first I was so confused with what Dmitri had to do with anything, but after a while I was very glad with that. Overall, though, I definitely recommend this book.
Key of Kilenya