Book Review: Tara Nikkel and the Shaman of La’la Eek by R.A. Sapp

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So far this series contains 2 books: Tara Nikkel and the Dream Mage (Tara Nikkel #1) and Tara Nikkel and the Shaman of La’la Eek (Tara Nikkel #2). The first book Tara Nikkel and the Dream Mage made it to #7 of this Middle Grade Novels of 2015 list.

Tara Nikkel and the Shaman of La la EekTara Nikkel and the Shaman of La’la Eek (Tara Nikkel #2)

by R.A. Sapp

Genre: Fantasy

Age category: Middle Grade/ Young Adult

Release Date: 14 April 2015

Blurb:

Tara Nikkel is back! The highly anticipated sequel to the bestselling middle-grade fantasy novel is absolutely bursting at the seams with even more magic, adventure, and wonderment than ever before.

A mysterious cry for help sends Tara back to the really real world to a tropical realm known as La’la Eek where she must come face-to-face with her most terrifying adversary yet! This new installment is full of exciting new monsters, twists, and thrills, guaranteed to satisfying every reader’s desire for more Tara Nikkel.

What are you waiting for? Your adventure awaits! See why everyone is naming Tara Nikkel and the Shaman of La’la Eek as the book you’ll keep reading again and again!

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my review

This is the 2nd book in the series, of Tara Nikkel. I think this was a great story that the author did a great job. This story is about Tara and having to go back to the afterlife to save the Real Real word. This book as well as the first is so creative, and interesting to read. This book is great for the middle school child. This story is well written and so creative. Nothing was left out. I love how strong and brave Tara is and how she doesnt let anything stop her. Even though in the real world she is treated poorly but in this afterlife story she is treated well and is on top of her game. I am so glad I was able to read this story and the first one. I feel this adventure is perfect to read.

I am giving this book 5 stars
I was provided a free copy from Lola’s blog and the Author and want to thank them both for letting me review this book. The review of this book is my opinion.

 

First book in this series:

Tara Nikkel and the Dream MageTara Nikkel and the Dream Mage (Tara Nikkel #1)

by R.A. Sapp

Genre: Fantasy

Age category: Middle Grade/ Young Adult

Release Date: January 13, 2015

Blurb:

Meet a teenager with some serious issues. Tara Nikkel is a girl with a whole host of ailments: cerebral palsy, asthma, and a severe peanut allergy (just to name a few). And if all that wasn’t enough, Tara’s also an orphan with two clueless foster-parents who are hoarders as well as being professional couch potatoes. But everything changes for Tara when she ventures into a storm to find her missing beagle, Pudgy. Through an unexpected series of events, Tara finds herself in a magical realm known only as the “really real world”. Come join Tara on an adventure filled with magic, goblins, zombies, dragons—and more! Ages 13 and up.

To see my review of Tara Nikkel and the Dream Mage (Tara Nikkel #1) please click on the link below:

Tara Nikkel and the Dream Mage

 

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Want to know the story behind this story? Check out this post about the real Tara on the author’s website.
author photoAbout the Author:

R.A. Sapp lives in beautiful Orange County, California. He is married to Rebecca and together they have two children–Abigail (The Healer) and Christian (The Wizard). In addition to reading and writing, Mr. Sapp enjoys running and mountain biking. He has run several half-marathons (including completing the Beach Cities Challenge in 2014) and hopes to complete a triathlon someday.

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