Amira, Immortal Daughter from Penglai review by Ak...
Amira: Immortal Daughter from Penglai
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fantasy

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Manville, New Jersey, United States
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Amira, Immortal Daughter from Penglai is about an immortal woman named Amira. She made a mistake that caused destruction to the world. She then goes back in time to save the world from its destruction. She loses her memory and has to experience the mortal world for the first time again. She soon realises that the mortal world is a lot different than her home of Penglai. She teams up with a turtle named M’lan and they save a man named Raiden. They head back to his hometown of Dragon Hollow that only a few outsiders have ever seen. Then Amira and Raiden have to fight the rising threat that attacks Dragon Hollow. Will they be victorious?



I enjoyed reading this book. It captured my interest just by reading the summary. I liked the amount of detail the author used. The description of the area, characters, and animals gave me a clear picture in my head. This story could be something that was passed down for generations. It seems like a classic story to me. Even the characters are clearly defined, and they act realistically. All their actions are a result of an event that occurs in the story. Although I could not relate the characters, I found them similar to other people I know.


I would recommend this book to another person. This book is interesting and enjoyable to read. It will also depend on the reader’s preference. If the reader is into fiction books, this would be an excellent book to read. This book contains a classic element and has the appeal of a modern day novel. If you enjoy reading fiction stories that take place in a faraway place, then this book is for you.



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