Glome’s Valley by Peggy Chambers

Glome’s Valley by Peggy Chambers
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Young Adult
Length: Full length (167 pages)
Age Recommendation: 10+
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid
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When Ethan and his dad to go Heavener, Oklahoma to read an ancient runestone, he is sure he’s going to be bored all summer. But Ethan quickly makes new friends, at least one of them a ghost. What began as a trip to Dullville suddenly becomes a fantastic adventure. There are other creatures living in the valleys near the runestone – energetic fairies, beautiful wood nymphs, and smelly old trolls. Ethan stumbles into the midst of an ancient war, and the only person who can save him is his archaeologist dad and the phone app that summons Thor.

Ethan is spending his summer with his father father who is studying ancient stones, Ethan wanders off to amuse himself. His daytime world then becomes entwined with a ghost, fairies, a huge dog and stinky trolls. Unknown to Ethan, Loki the mischief maker is watching his every move.

This book sounded interesting which is why I wanted to read it. The characters, the settings and even the grown ups promised a good story, but when I started reading I found it a little flat. There didn’t seem to be much excitement or suspense, and even the evil trolls didn’t appear to be three dimensional.

Maybe a rewrite would bring it to life as I really think the idea has great potential. Everything needed is in the story – a boy, a dog, a ghost, fairies, trolls and an evil god. The author even took care to make sure the boy didn’t just wander off without an adult keeping an eye on what he was doing. Good start and good idea.

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