REVIEW: Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos by R.L. LaFevers

Traci, who blogs at Fields of Gold, is one of the youngest bloggers working for the Cybils. At just fifteen years old, Traci likes acting, singing, dancing, and reading. Good thing she likes to read. She’s serving on the nominating panel for one of our biggest categories–Fantasy/Science Fiction.  Recently Traci read Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos, by R.L. LaFevers, and here’s her take on this Cybils-nominated title:

Theodosia’s mother is coming back home (finally) from a trip to Egypt
and she is bringing back hundreds of artifacts found in an ancient
tomb. One problem: All these things have evil curses surrounding them
and for some reason her mother and father aren’t aware of the potential
harm her mother has unleashed on the world. Theodosia has to try and return one of these artifacts back to Egypt with the help of her
unwilling brother and a random thief, before the object destroys mankind and before the Germans (evil men trying to kill her
and take over the world) catch up with her.

Read the rest of the review here.

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