My kids love to read so I am always on the lookout for new books and new series for them to read. Master of the Phantom Isle is a great book, that is extremely entertaining. The below was provided to me to help facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and honest. I am disclosing this in accordance to FTC Guidelines.
Cursed by the Key of Forgetting, Seth has lost all memory of his past—his relationships, his experiences, and who he really is. For now he will align with his new mentor, Ronodin, the dark unicorn, who takes him to the Phantom Isle, the secret gateway to the Under Realm. Though Seth is not formally a prisoner, Ronodin wants to use him and his shadow charmer powers for his own dark ends.
Kendra is frantic to find her missing brother, but the quest will take her and her companions, including Warren, Tanu, and Vanessa, far from Wyrmroost to Crescent Lagoon—a recently fallen dragon sanctuary made up of many islands and underwater domains. Its caretaker has regained a foothold on one of the islands. If Kendra and her friends can save that sanctuary, they might uncover the answers they need to rescue Seth.
With each sanctuary the dragons overthrow, Celebrant, the Dragon King, comes closer to the dawn of a new Age of Dragons. With the forces of darkness on the march, can Kendra and her allies gather enough power to win the epic dragon war?
I even ended up reading the book myself. In this book you have a character named Seth who is cursed by the Key of Forgetting, causing him to lose all of his memory about his past and everything and everyone he knows.
Kendra is Seth’s sister and she goes on a mission to find her Brother and she ends up at a dragon sanctuary. In the book you will go on adventure after adventure with all these characters as you travel to see if Kendra and her friends can save the sanctuary and find her brother or if the Dragon King will win.
This book is captivating and full of twists and turns making it hard to put down. If you have a reader then this would be a great book to get them. My kids all read it in just a few days because it was so good.