By Juls Duncan
Publisher: XOXO Publishing
Language: English | Number of Pages: 140 | Format: eBook
Isbn-10: 1927027349 | Isbn-13: 9781927027349 | Publish date: 15/07/2011 | Edition 1
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Thirteen years old Morgan Koda has never had an adventure in her life until she hands her letter to a fabled old man. This mythical man leads her into a new world full of adventure, where magic is typical, and danger is the norm.
Discovering there’s an ominous object, a golden mask that has the capability of controlling or destroying a wizard’s power - is one thing. Being hunted because she’s the last in her line with the ability to control it, is quite another. For within the shadows of her new home a horrifying opponent prowls and The Dark Emir will stop at nothing to control her abilities with the aureate mask.
With the prospect of success Morgan travels through time in pursuit of the ancient artifact. Running afoul of a T-rex, a crazed band of war painted natives, and coming across a talking polar bear might seem a little strange. But to Morgan it’s all about the balance of power.
However, Morgan Koda unintentionally alters her own time-line and that of her world.
THE MASK OF NOESIS by Juls Duncan is wonderfully written and will spur the imagination of those who read it. My favorite part is where they encounter some creature (no, I won't tell you what they are) and Tristan is pushed over a 500 foot cliff, and plunges for the ocean below. Morgan leaps over after him even though she can't swim. Only Juls Duncan could come up with that. Another show of Duncan's imagination is Morgan meeting herself in the end of the book. The book is a great mystery as well as an urban fantasy, where Morgan learns to trust her friends, Tristan, Rex, and Raine when her magic fails her and they face a T-rex and a band war-crazed Indians. I highly recommend all the books in the Morgan Koda Adventures series. I see the series becoming as popular as J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter.
Juls Duncan said on Nov 20, 2012, 15:16
I'm loving this book so far. If I had time to read it all day I would. I would recommend this books to kids 10 and up. Im 17 and I really love it. I love the way the author describes Mrs. Ryan, and I also feel sorry for Morgan in the beginning.
Tequila Yeager said on Jun 13, 2012, 15:38