BOOK REVIEW: True North (Undertow #3) by K.R. Conway
For Eila Walker, history has become its own demon. After months of trying to keep ahead of those who are hunting her, Eila is more than ready to end her days of running. But her ancestor, Elizabeth, has left a twisted legacy in her wake that shadows Eila still, nearly 170 years later. When her grandfather reveals that he has kept a priceless piece of the past hidden in his vault on the island of Polaris, Eila and her friends are hopeful they may finally find the answers they so desperately need.
But just when Polaris is beginning to feel like a safe haven, a brutal attack leaves the group shattered. Eila, desperate to end the violence, soon finds herself drawn into the decadent underworld of the Mortis, where lies become truths, and allies . . . become killers.
REVIEW BY: Michaela, age 11 years, 7 months
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I have read the other two books in this series and I must say that this one did not disappoint me either! I LOVED it! This book was so amazing!!!
My favorite character is Ellie because she is generous and cares about everyone. My favorite part is when they meet Basil because it is so funny, but he stays so calm like their meeting happens any regular day.
I think that readers will love any book in this series and you will be blown away with how K.R. Conways writes and tells her stories!
I recommend this book to older kids because there are a few curse words in it.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 11 and up.
**This book's publishing date is February 8, 2016.