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Elle Burton's baby brother, JJ, has been kidnapped. As a newly designated guide, sworn to protect the children of Earth, she's desperate to get him back. Elle teams up with the winged warriors from Fiori to save him...but JJ isn't the only one in danger. What will Elle need to sacrifice to bring her brother home?

©2016 Peggy M McAloon (P)2017 Peggy M McAloon

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  • sci teacher
  • 18-04-17

Solid Entry in MG Fantasy Series

Summary: Elle Burton’s brother has disappeared. Jimmy becomes a Guardian. Elle might be the Chosen One, but she has to save her brother first.

Additional Comments:
- It’s definitely middle grade.
- It probably helps to read book 1.
- The audiobook was well-narrated.
- Elle’s a fun character. I don’t get much sense of Jimmy, but I think he’ll be important in the series later.
- The magic world is pretty well-defined. There are some terms that are probably better explained in book 1.
- The danger and way they solve the mystery is fairly realistic.
- I enjoyed the way Elle’s home life progressed. There’s good balance of her being a hero and just being a 10 year old kid with a heart of gold.
- I don’t usually comment on covers but the audiobook one is by far my preferred one vs the ebook one.

Conclusion: Solid entry in an interesting MG fantasy series.

*I received a free audiobook. The decision to review as well as the rating was my own.

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  • Tanya M. Spiegel
  • 06-04-17

Not a children's book

I listen to book one and found the subject matter way to grown up and involved for it to be a children's book. At least not a young child which it seems to be geared toward? Now this second book leads straight off the other book. Kid napping, death of another child , possession by Demond's it's a little hard to figure out what age group this is geared towards. I find I like the books over all and the characters are well developed and likable. I really believe these books could have been broken down into smaller books so they didn't feel so overwhelming. I think more then anything that's the problem. ( I can't believe I'm saying it either) but there is just too much to take in at one time. Consider making theses smaller books and allowing the reader or listener a chance to breath before the next tragedy or adventure strikes. I received this book at no charge in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Nickie
  • 08-03-17

Excellent Book And Performance!

What made the experience of listening to Missing the most enjoyable?

The Narrator Gave All The Characters More Life Than The Story Already Had!

What did you like best about this story?

The Determination And The Strength Of The Main Character

Which character – as performed by LC Kane – was your favorite?

Amadeus... Such A Strong Protective Character

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The Fairies Of Babies...

Any additional comments?

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”

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