Quests of Shadowind: Sky Shifter review by jotaf
Quests of Shadowind: Sky Shifter (Book 1) (Volume 1)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 12
Reviewer's Location - Kingman, AZ, United States
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Quests of Shadowind: Sky Shifter is a book about two kids (Logan and Mindy Oakes) who are mysteriously teleported to a world that isn't their own. It's inhabited by robot animals, ghostly silhouettes, and computers that allow you to enter into the computer world. For some reason all of the kids in their neighborhood have teleported with them. Their quest is to get back home.  While on their quest, Logan and Mindy find that all the parents have been taken far away. To find them they must gather some mysterious artifacts. Are they going to be able to do it in time and get back to their world?

Opinion: 

The book was a little hard to understand at first, but it got easier to understand as I continued to read. It was very exciting and fun to read, though. I couldn't put the book down. Not all of my questions were answered at the end of the book.  I hope the next books in the series answer those. I really like the personalities the author gave the characters: Logan is a pretty good looking boy who enjoys sports and food, and Mindy is a girl who is always scolding Logan and worrying about the future. I think kids ages 11 - 15 would enjoy this book. I wouldn't recommend it to those who are too young to understand some of the themes, or who have a hard time following a complex plot.

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

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There is bullying, some scary creatures, and some mature themes.
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