Storm Clouds by M.E. Sutton Review + Giveaway

Posted July 9, 2013 by Brooke in Book Review, Book Tour, Giveaways / 13 Comments

stormcloudscoverStorm Clouds
Hero’s Sword Vol. 2
M.E. Sutton
Genre: fantasy -middle grade

Publisher: Delabarre Publishing
Date of Publication: April 24, 2013
Number of pages: 76
Cover Artist: Jen Domani

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Book Description:

Eighth-grader Jaycee Hiller is beginning to fear she only imagined her trip to Mallory. But when a rainy afternoon leaves her with hours of playing Hero’s Sword, her favorite video game, she finds herself drawn back into the game – literally.

STORM CLOUDS is the exciting second volume of the HERO’S SWORD saga – chronicling Jaycee Hiller’s trials in eight grade, and her exciting adventures in Mallory, the setting of her favorite video game. Jaycee enters the video game realm via a special controller and is caught up in the action of this fantasy realm.

In STORM CLOUDS, a valuable jewel belonging to the neighboring estate of Devin, the Sapphire Star, is missing, stolen at the Fall Consortium. Lady Starla stands accused of the theft. Devin’s demands are clear: return the Star or they will take it back by force.

Now it’s up to Lyla Stormbringer to find the Star and the thief. before Mallory finds itself at war.

AboutTheAuthor

A software technical writer by day, Mary Sutton has been making her living with words for over a decade. She writes the Hero’s Sword middle-grade fantasy series as M.E. Sutton, and The Laurel Highlands Mysteries series as Liz Milliron. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA with her husband and two children.

Website: http://marysuttonauthor.com

Blog: http://theresabodyinthelibrary.blogspot.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/mary_sutton73

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AuthorMarySutton

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6588083.M_E_Sutton

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Review


I received both Power Play and Storm Clouds from the author in exchange for my honest review. This is such a fun series! My ten year old and I thoroughly enjoyed reading these together. I think it’s really special when you can find something worthwhile to read together. We liked getting to know the characters. Jaycee Hiller is somewhat of a nerdy girl who loves playing video games, especially Hero’s Sword. Little does she know, her video gaming experience is going to get a lot more realistic. Jaycee gets a new controller for her video game console, and winds up being transported inside her game. While I don’t know much about video games at all, this was still a fun read for me, and really entertaining.

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13 responses to “Storm Clouds by M.E. Sutton Review + Giveaway

    • Kristia

      Since it doesn’t say anything in the terms and conditions of the rafflecopter, I have to ask, is the giveaway US, US/CA or international?

      • As long as you live in a country where purchase and use of the device is possible, you can win. For Amazon, this is fairly simple as the Kindle is worldwide. For Nook, however, I think it is pretty much limited to the US/Canada (that’s B&N’s limitation, not mine).

  1. […] Book 1: “This is a quick and fun read. The language is simple, so it is perfect for the intended audience of a middle grade child. It is full of action and I think kids will love the concept of falling into their favorite video game and living out the fantasy. “~ Bookworm Lisa Book 2: “This is such a fun series! My ten year old and I thoroughly enjoyed reading these together. I think it’s really special when you can find something worthwhile to read together. ” ~ Brooke Blogs […]

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