The Enchanting Legends of Shiloh Mansion

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This book is about three kids who are are time travelers and who have special powers, but that makes it sound cooler than it is. They are too perfect and they don’t ever actually do anything in the book. Most of the book describes the children, their bedrooms, their house, their education, and how much they follow the “Book of I Am,” which is the Bible. They live in a perfect, giant mansion with everything that they could ever want, but they are not spoiled. There are too many adjectives and a lot of redundancies as everything is described over and over again.

This is a really awful book, because nothing ever happens. There are 93 pages and only three of them are actually adventure. I thought it was going to be about a bunch of time traveling kids who get stuck in some kind of a dimension and it would be really awesome. That is not what happens. It just describes people, they go time traveling, and they just come back. They don’t actually do anything when they time travel, except look at a king—just look at him. I don’t recommend this book to anyone because it is the worst book ever. I wanted to shut the book in disgust, but I had to write a review about it.

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Author D.K. Ogans
Star Count 1/5
Format Trade
Page Count 100 pages
Publisher Tate Publishing
Publish Date 10/22/2013
ISBN 9781628543506
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Issue March 2014
Category Tweens


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