The Labyrinth Wall by Emilyann Girdner (Review by Gladys – #NerdGirlOfficial)

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Title: The Labyrinth Wall 

Author: Emilyann Girdner 

Published Date: November 13th 2013

Genre: YA Fantasy 

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Araina’s isolated teenage life is forever altered when she witnesses a man emerge through a rippling wall into the dark labyrinth she calls home. As a result of the stranger’s arrival, Araina’s Creators have unleashed a series of magical attacks using the labyrinth against its inhabitants. Now Araina must decide if she will trust potentially deceitful allies in order to reach safety on the other side of the labyrinth wall.

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***Gladys – #NerdGirlOfficial’s  Review***
Fantasy is like my new skin and The Labyrinth Wall has made a permanent home within me like a tattoo! Beautiful! Stunning!! This book is hands down creatively done and impressive.

I have read my fair share of dystopia and of course while reading, ones imagination soars to heights of the unimaginable. BUT to create a world of like Emilyanne has and keep the transitions smooth, the characters 3 dimensional and relateable is triumphant. Such creativity and planning…

The characters that inhabit the labyrinth are called Mahk’s and Ariana our main character is a loner who along with her neighbor Darith seek to find clues to the forbidden place, why certain (ahem) things shimmer and allow creatures to move through them. Such mysteries The two (and other Mahk’s that band with them through the book) must figure out. Will you join the journey??

Oh you must!! I want to experience it again and again!!!

5 Shining Stars, a tip of my Nerd Girl hat and a bow! Excellent Emilyann!!! I look forward to the next book in the series!!

 

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