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Emerson Page and Where the Light Leads Reader Reviews

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Emerson Page and Where the Light Leads

A fantastical tale which draws the reader into an imaginative world of starlighters and faeries.

A fantastical tale which draws the reader into an imaginative world of starlighters and faeries. A young girl discovering her powers as a starlighter and using them against evil and for good. A beautifully crafted story with wonderful descriptions that allow the reader to become part of the story. Altogether thoroughly entertaining and literally spellbinding.

Jill Barton, A LoveReading Ambassador

Jill Barton

Emerson’s journey to carry on her mother’s legacy continues as she searches for an extremely powerful book.

Emerson Page and Where the Light Leads by Christa Christa Avampato is book two in the Emerson Page series. I would recommend starting this series with book one, Emerson Page and Where the Light Enters in order to fully immerse yourself in Emerson’s story. This sequel starts on New Year’s Eve and an encounter with a familiar foe sparks a race against time to see her mother’s legacy fulfilled and a powerful book, written by one of the muses and holding the secrets to unlimited creativity, out of the wrong hands.

This is an interesting fantastical tale that combines an academia style vibe (think Indiana Jones’ hunts for lost artefacts) with magical creatures. Central to it all is 15-year-old Emerson, the key component to finding the book. Alongside a hunt that takes them into a mythical world, coming-of-age as she works to carry on her mother’s search, we’re also seeing a young teen and her family, manage grief and try to come to terms with loss. This element adds another dimension to a magical adventure, and gives the story a lot of heart. Emerson Page and Where the Light Leads is part fantastical quest and part coming-of-age. It’s an easy to read story that I think teens and young adults will love.

Charlotte Walker, A LoveReading Ambassador

Charlotte Walker