The Grey Star review by scifiguy
The Grey Star (The Seven Stars Trilogy)
by James Bartholomeusz
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fantasy

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Oak Ridge, TN, United States
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The Grey Star by James Bartholomeusz is the third book in the Bartholomeausz's Seven Stars Trilogy. The main characters have to face the evil Cult of Dionysus while trying to find an old friend. There are suprises everywhere that all of the main characters face, including a revered "master" turning into an evil leader. The characters perservere, and make it to a special mountain, where a greater suprise awaits them. Will they survive?

 

Opinion: 

The Grey Star was action-packed, but it kept switching between characters too often. I liked the book, but I failed to understand it because I had not read the previous two books. I would recommend others read the first two books in the trilogy, The White Fox (number 1) and The Black Rose (number 2) before they read The Grey Star. 

Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

The Grey Star goes into detail about broken bones, something that young children or easily disturbed teenagers shouldn't read.
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