The Impossible Quest: The Beast of Blackmoor Bog by Kate Forsyth

Publication: Released

Suggested age group: 8+

A year or two ago I found this series while walking through my, at the time, local library. They had books 1 (Escape from Wolfhaven Castle) and 2 (Wolves of the Witchwood.) recently I managed get my hands on the whole set–all 5 books, and I’m excited to finally be able to finish them.

Synopsis: The dragons are long gone. This beast is something else–something huge and black and hairy…

After escaping the bog-men in the wilds of the Witchwood, Sebastian, Quinn, Elanor and Tom journey south on their impossible quest.

Sebastian and Elanor seek help from Crownthrone Castle, but both allies and enemies will reveal themselves. Tom and Quinn venture into the mysterious moor…where a hideous beast lies waiting.

Thoughts/Review: Before starting this book I kept telling myself I should refresh my memory by reading the first 2 books again. I didn’t. I hoped memory was going to be good enough. I kinda wished I would have, but that being said the begin of this book refreshed my memory, reminding me of the main things that had happened in the previous books. So I didn’t feel that terribly bad about not refreshing my memory.

I quite enjoyed how this book started out, a thief, a chase, the mentions of a monster all within the first 2 chapters of this book. Well, now I just have to keep reading, I can”t possibly put it down after all that.😊🙃 Things start to take a turn. Our main characters start to find things out and…well, let’s just say anything that can go wrong has gone for our young heroes putting them in quite a predicament. Keeping reading, it gets better.

I looked forward to reading what came next. I felt like this book never had a dull moment, it was constantly one thing to the next. Making it quite enjoyable for myself. I didn’t know what to expect from this book, and I didn’t make any hopes. I just dived right into the book, eager to get back into the series and finish it after these along awaited months that turned into years. I think it’s a wonderful addition to this series, and I can’t help but wander what is waiting for me in the next 2 books.

~Till the next chapter~


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