Blood Oath review by TeyaH
Blood Oath: A Gabby Girls Adventure Novel, Book Two (Volume 2)
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Adventure
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Dallas, OR, United States
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In the book Blood Oath, T.L. Clarke tells about how three girls go on a journey to an academy for their powers. This mysterious book is set in the future and begins when three girls get in trouble for finding out that the academy they were going to had boys there, even though they were not supposed to find out. To avoid getting punished, they had to have their powers taken away and not go to the academy for some time. They soon learn that when they get to the academy they have to do training and then go off to battle. While they were in the woods, they were getting ready for the battle and the three girls got lost and could not be found. They were about to go into a life threatening situation because the evil people caught them. Will the rest of the academy find and rescue the girls? Find out and keep reading the book Blood Oath by T.L. Clarke.


I highly recommend the book Blood Oath because it is full of surprises and you never want to stop reading it. For example, when Jessica causes drama about the academy having boys there, and Mrs. VinesWell got furious with all three of them. I really like how the main characters are very interesting people.  They seem like normal teenage girls who really have secret powers and abilities to do magic and stuff, and people don't even know it! HOW COOL IS THAT!? I also enjoyed how it shared their external and internal qualities very well

There were many cliff hangers. So I honestly give this book 5 out of 5 stars because I loved it and it kept getting even more exciting. Anyways, if I wrote this book I would make this book for 10-12 year olds instead of 8-10 like the author did.  The reason why I I would do that is because it has a lot of words that kids 8 and younger cannot understand and read that well.

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