Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Royal Arcanum (The Royal Arcanum #1) by Keefe R.D

Sponsored post: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to author Keefe R.D.
Royal Arcanum (The Royal Arcanum #1)
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Royals have secret, as much as anyone else’s.

17-year-old Cathy Charlotte thought that her mom still keeping a secret about their family. Until one day, odd things are starting to happen—the white hair girl who has been haunted her dreams is coming to reality as their so-called distant relative—Sylvia Elle who acts all strange and mysterious. Meanwhile, everyone in the small town of Bisbee are welcoming a new detective—Chantel Herron who later becomes co-worker to Cathy’s dad.

A sudden circumstance has caused her mom to coma after unknown demons are failed to kidnap her. At that hard time, Sylvia Elle finally reveals herself as a guardian angel who is currently assigned to help her discovering the whole things that her mom has been keeping.

Further, she found out that Chantel is the evil witch with demons works under her command. They want to hunt Cathy for their welfare sake to empower the hidden world of Caecus by experimenting her royal blood. That magical realm is concealed behind an abandoned castle in Austria—where her mom’s family secrecy is also buried in there. Eventually, Cathy is the key to open the door and to save the world.

Royal Arcanum by Keefe R.D

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Royal Arcanum (The Royal Arcanum #1) "The stars weren't falling from the skies, but to make them greener. If you could count them, your fingers would be infinite to condemn the immortality."

I don’t really know what to say about this book, because I really struggled with it, but at the same time I think the biggest problem was that English wasn’t the author’s first language, and a lot of the book didn’t make sense. I managed to gather that the storyline had something to do with angels and demons, but other than that I spent the entire book confused and wondering what on earth was going on. I feel really bad only giving this 2 stars, but I really can't recommend this book to anyone.

4 out of 10

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