The Fog of Forgetting review by Inferna101
The Fog of Forgetting (Five Stones Trilogy)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Ledyard, CT, United States
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The Fog of Forgetting is a fantasy novel. Chase, his two brothers, and two girls they just met find themselves on a boat in the Atlantic Ocean. When the fog rolls in they are transported to the land of Ayda. Ayda has four distinct territories and habitants of those lands. Each land has a Keeper that protect the land's stone. Dankar is one who came from beyond the fog like Chase and company. He is attempting to obtain all four stones and the mysterious fifth stone that disappeared ages ago. He already has one, and a mastermind plan to get the others. If Chase, Knox, Teddie, Frankie, and Evelyn are only his pawns in this plan, do they have any chance of stopping him? Especially after Frankie goes missing.


Overall The Fog of Forgetting was a very pleasant read. Perhaps not the best book ever, but good enough to make me want to read the sequel. There are many moments where you make sense of clues dropped by the author. It makes you feel warm and fuzzy when you pick up on those subtle hints. You understand why specific events occured. I also really like the twist put into this story. The only thing I really didn't like was how many questions were left unanswered. Of course that's to make sure you read the sequel, so it isn't actually a bad thing.

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I found nothing that I wouldn't read to a first of second grader. There wasn't any explicit content or language.

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