The Redcroft Journals: The Missing Journal by K.Y. Eden


The Redcroft Journals: The Missing Journal by K.Y. Eden is the first book in a thrilling new YA fantasy series. I am much older but I really enjoyed it, getting caught up in the action from the start.

Inheriting a house from an elderly neighbour means a pair of teenagers get far more than they bargained for. Bound together, the pair must right the wrongs of the past, searching for clues and artefacts along the way.

The novel shows that life is a spiritual battle that we do not understand. The realms are easy to tap into if you know what you are doing. There are good spirits and bad demons. The clue is knowing who to trust.

I am not usually drawn to fantasy novels but this is a real cracker. I read it, totally engrossed in the action and cannot wait for the second book. The ending is perfectly poised to continue the tale.

The characters are well drawn, realistic and likable. The reader wants them to succeed in their task and ‘feels’ bound to them in their quest.

The Missing Journal has an unusual plotline that gripped me from the start. I cannot wait to read the subsequent books.

I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.






3 thoughts on “The Redcroft Journals: The Missing Journal by K.Y. Eden

  1. I have read a few YA Fantasy that is clean or Christian in nature. I hope this book measures up this bar as I will be adding it to my TRL list. I also read dystopian and scifi in YA. I will recommend a couple to you that you may like:
    Project ELE (ELE, #1) by Gober, Rebecca (first book is free to read on Kindle), and Perception (The Perception Trilogy, #1) by Strauss, Lee (first book free to read on Kindle).

  2. Pingback: Book Review - The Redcroft Journals: The Missing Journal by KY Eden - Book Gobbler

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