"What am I thinking, saying something like that to the person who just terrified the wits out of me?" confesses Alex to
herself after just telling Lucas to be careful.
Is she just afraid of dying, or is there more going on? I contemplate this when I reach the turning point in the first book of Karolina Simos' Ambrosia Chronicles. I wonder what further surprises the remaining chapters still contain ...
The novel has an intriguing starting point and the sense of adventure grows stronger within each new chapter. When reading the Ambrosia Chronicles, we enter into mystical contemplation and reconsider the most intriguing metaphysical questions we encounter in life.
Mystery, fear and adventure capture my state of mind at this point, and the freshness of the YA fiction genre only adds to these feelings.
Certainly, those who want a captivating reading for this summer should try Ambrosia Chronicles: The Discovery. I have only finished half of the book so far but am already experiencing a good mix of unsolved questions that are transporting me to another world. In this other world, reality contains seeds of a hidden part of our psyche - dreams of things I desperately want to see but which frighten me because they will require me to understand and contemplate my own personal weaknesses.
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