Sword of Nights Fall

  • by J.T. Bishop
  • Narrated by William Turbett
  • 1 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Justin hates his new home, his new school, and his new life. Staying with his Mom after his parents divorced, Justin tries to make the best of things, dodging the bullies and exploring the woods near his home.
When he finds a rusty sword and a ruby pendant, Justin doesn't immediately make the connection between them and the crazy dreams he's been having. But soon he realizes that the new world he travels to when he's asleep is more than just a dream - its reality, and he's got a mission he needs to complete.
In the Hidden Realm, Justin finds himself battling the Shadows, alongside elves, dwarves, centaurs, and lycanthropes. Finding himself becoming more and more immersed in his new reality, Justin struggles to fulfill his destiny knowing that this quest is going to be a dangerous one.

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Interesting Young Adult

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

To an under 18-year-old because it is geared toward them,


Would you be willing to try another book from J.T. Bishop? Why or why not?

Only if it is geared toward adults.


Did William Turbett do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Yes, you could tell when each was talking and feel their emotions.


If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No


Any additional comments?

I got this book via audiobook boom

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- Amazon CustomerBeliever

A Decent YA Fantasy Adventure

ustin is a 16-year-old boy coping with his parent’s divorce, a new school and bullies. In addition to all of that, he also has reoccurring dreams of a whole other world. Soon, Justin finds an old sword and a ruby pendant. Both of which lead him to realize that the other world is not a dream, but real. Then the adventure begins. Justin soon finds himself fighting along side elves, dwarves and many other mythical beings in a world that views him as some sort of savior.

“Sword Of Nights Fall” has a lot of familiar elements to it if you read a lot of books in this genre, young adult or otherwise. Over all, I enjoyed the story, but it just didn’t grab me enough to look for the next installment. I think that was because there are some continuity issues in the story that should have been caught and fixed. Even more important, Justin’s character wasn’t that believable to me as a sixteen-year-old boy. He comes off as a much younger, more naive kid than a teenager would have in the story. Still, I don’t feel like I wasted my time with this story. I’m just not compelled to go any further with it.

Finally, this audio book was provided by the author at no cost in exchange for an honest review courtesy of Audio Book Boom.
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- Ashanti

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-13-2017
  • Publisher: Ying Yang