Shadow Chase review by MPark
Shadow Chase (Shadowchasers)
by Seressia Glass
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Northglenn, CO, United States
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Shadow Chase by Seressia Glass is a fantasy about light versus dark, and Kira is a Shadowchaser, a person who fights the dark. In the beginning, Kira heads to London. When she gets there, Balm gives her news about a Chaser and his handler who went missing, and of course Kira is on the case. She must retrieve the Vessel of Nun. When Kira gets to the Chasers house the Chaser shows up and she gets some unexpected news - the Chaser has the Vessel of Nut and is going to trade it for his handler who was captured by Shadowlings. Kira and Khefar go after the Chaser who went to the Between to trade the vessel for his handler. Of course Kira and Khefar get into some trouble. Will they survive this time or will they not be able to complete their duties to their Goddesses?


The author pulls you in from the very first page, you can always picture being in the setting. The main character and the sidekicks are easily imaginable. I liked how the author wrote in 3rd person so she could tell the reader feelings of other characters. The author never left you hanging and wrote a good conclusion that ends this book but leaves room for another book. The writing was powerful and the vocabulary was appropriate. This book reminds me of the Red Pyramid, the Mortal Instruments series, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. My overall view of the book was that it was entertaining. I learned about Egyptian mythology, mostly about the gods. I would recommend this book to people because it is very well written and is full of adventure.



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