Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Review: Immortal Creators by Jill Bowers

Sixteen-year-old author Scott Beck never wanted to be an Immortal Writer—not after his father was killed on a mission attempting to dispatch his own villain. Scott blames Shakespeare and the Writers for his father's untimely demise, but no amount of hatred will prevent the oncoming alien attack, which has come over to reality straight from Scott's book.

Scott is forced to collect his characters—an Air Force colonel, two of the best pilots on Earth, and an alien enthusiast from the year 2134—and defeat the alien king before Earth is obliterated by his ships. But an odd sickness Scott calls his Writing Fever might just kill him before the aliens have the chance.

Will Scott be able to defeat the monsters he created, or will the world end in flames?
4.5 Stars Review
I really enjoyed this second installment in "Immortal Writers" series. I think that this book is every reader's dream fantasy. I had previously read and loved book one, book two just as interesting. It's a world where our favorite authors are immortal and their characters also come to life. The only problem is that villains can also come to life. So it's not a very safe world and authors have an obligation to protect people. It's not a task that can be taken lightly and newly immortalized young writer Scott is going to face a difficult situation. He must stop the aliens attacking Earth with the help of his characters. However, he might not be up to the task, he is willing to try his best though.

I think that this sequel has done a good job of continuing the fantasy that was created in book one. I enjoyed every minute of it and would recommend to all fantasy fans. The book has it all, i.e. likable characters, great plot, and well-written story. Honestly, I couldn't get enough of it.

P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book via NetGalley.

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