The Impossible Quest: The Drowned Kingdom by KateForsyth

Publication: Released 

Suggested age group: 8+

Well, this one greatly surprised me.

Synopsis: I’ve heard of a kingdom that was flooded and drowned…and that is where the sea serpents live…

Quinn, Sebastian, Elanor and Tom have found a dragon and conquered the dreaded Beast of Blackmoor Bog. Only one items remains on their impossible quest–the scale of a seas-serpent. Now they must journey to the drowned kingdom, where they will face their deadliest challenge yet. And there they will uncover the behind all that has happened…the truth that will change everything.

Thoughts/Review: Everyone else has tamed a beast Quinn is a little more than ready to tame her own.

I never got tired of this book. I feel like it’s not as action packed as the previous ones, but more informative than some of the previous books. Now I know what you must be thinking, Well, that sucks! No, it doesn’t a least in my opinion it isn’t. Ever since the series began Quinn was just the little girl trying to become a witch. We didn’t really know much about her. Her parents, if she had/has siblings…nothing like that. This book helps you understand who she is and her heritage before coming to the Wolfhaven castle. Her heritage truly shocked me. I didn’t think she is as important as she is.

Another thing that I truly enjoyed about this book was the Drowned Kingdom. I found the sea-serpents, the inhabitants, even the kingdom itself truly fascinating. My favorite part of the whole book was that. And I love Finn. I’m hoping we get to see more of him, but I wouldn’t be surprised if we don’t.

I don’t dislike this book. I really like seeing how the characters have developed since the first book. Sebastian and Tom have grown a lot. They are no longer bickering enemies now they’re actually getting along.

I can’t wait to read book 5. It’s just getting interesting, and I can’t wait to see how the 5th book will end all this.

~Till the next chapter~

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/79366015-leoreader

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