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Ancient Fall

(Legend of Rhyme #7)

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The enchanted land of Coraira has died, preventing entry for twins Asher and Ariana Caine. They are now trapped alone in the realm of ice and snow, unable to use their magical powers to escape.

Meanwhile, the wise Ancients—the twins’ mentors—have each been stolen by a mysterious cloud. Vengeful Mother Earth has finally decided to fight back against the humans who have bee
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Published September 2019 by Blue Moon Publishers
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Jacqui
Jul 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is the final instalment of the Legends of Rhyme series and is aimed at middle grade so contains no profanity or scenes of a sexual nature.

The event they dreaded happening has come true. The Coraira opals that so many carry have gone black, which can mean only one thing. The land is dead. Those in Rhyme and Cymbria, whether sea or land, the Ice Realm and even Coraira, find themselves drawn together to fight not only evil that has again presented itself, but a far more powerful ad
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Hazel
Jun 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Jaime Lee Mann continues to enchant readers in the seventh book in the Legend of Rhyme series. Ancient Fall begins with the characters in various states of confusion. Twins, Ariana and Asher, find themselves lost in an ice-covered land and their mentors have vanished into thin air. Other characters are desperately trying to return to the magical realm of Coraira, however, the land appears to have died. Not only has Coraira been destroyed, but the Earth is not faring much better.

The Ancients have failed
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Joey Susan
Thank you to Blue Moon Publishing & DigiWriting for sending me an ebook through NetGalley to review of Ancient Fall (Legend of Rhyme series) written by Jamie Lee Mann.

This book was interesting, it had so many mythical beings each whom offered something different to the story.

In this story their homeland had died and the magical opals they wore were all pure black, stopping each from going back home. Each set of characters had the same mission to stop Mother Earth and save the wo
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Pamela Scott
Aug 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
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I’ve read all of the books in the series and have been impressed by them. Ancient Fall is no exception. This is a fitting end to such an enjoyable series. This book is a lot darker than other books in the series and at times I wondered if it was too dark for children. Thankfully, the balance of light and dark is just right. The characters learn various morals and lessons along the way but this never gets preachy or invasive and is effortlessly woven into the storyline. This was a pleasu
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Julie
Oct 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Twins are crucial to all the Legend of Rhyme stories, but none more so that this one. All the twins must play their part in saving the worlds from Mother Earth. The Goddess has turned against humans and intends to show them no mercy, after years of suffering abuse at their hands.
This is the final chapter in a seven book series for children. The pulling together of all the threads in the allegory.
It is really important that you have read the previous six books before you read this one, oth
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Debbie
Aug 01, 2019 rated it liked it
*I was provided with an eARCs by the publisher trough Netgalley, every opinion stated in this review is my own.* 

*3.5 stars
I am still enjoying reading this series. I loved that we got to follow Ariana and Asher more in this book and that there weren’t as much new characters introduced than in the last book. This is a fast paced and fun children fantasy series, which has a beautiful world a fun characters to follow. Sometimes it can be hard to follow the story line, but in my opinion
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When Jaime Lee Mann was nine years old, she decided that she would be an author when she grew up.

Many years later, Jaime Lee’s children would beg her to tell them stories at bedtime. Sometimes her stories were silly and sometimes they were magical.

The girls loved one of her magical stories so much that Jaime Lee decided to write it down. That story would eventually become E
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Legend of Rhyme (7 books)
  • Elora of Stone (Legend of Rhyme, #1)
  • Into Coraira (Legend of Rhyme #2)
  • Teagan of Tomorrow (Legend of Rhyme, #3)
  • Second Twin (Legend of Rhyme, #4)
  • Blood and Stars (Legend of Rhyme, Book #5)
  • Stir of Shadows (Legend of Rhyme, Book #6)