My review for Rebecca’s Coronation by Gary Green on behalf of Reader’s Favorite

5***** Rebecca’s Coronation by Gary Green is book three in the Redemption series.

Rebecca is an orphan whose grandmother has guided her to a world of magic and adventure. Rebecca’s enemy, Pan, urges her to stop fighting him and just let him kill her. She mocks him and begins fighting him, her sword slashing through his body. But his wounds heal right before her eyes. Defeated, she feels she has no choice in the matter and makes a pact with Pan to kill her but to let her magical friends live. Just as Pan is about to kill her, she wakes up. It was just a dream.

Falsely informed that Rebecca is dead, Pan gets ready to destroy humans and their world. He summons his councils of war and instructs them each to create chaos, hurricanes, and other disasters. Meanwhile, Rebecca and her magical friends prepare for some new adventures, including meeting the Loch Ness Monster.

Cleverly done and easy to read, Rebecca’s Coronation by Gary Green, is so much more than a teen fiction. Readers of all ages will love this heartwarming, enjoyable book. The story flows well. Pulling from legends, Gary Green has created a world of characters that continue to grow, each of them enriching the story in their own way. Rebecca, in particular, is a strong character, blending magic with real life. Overall, Rebecca’s Coronation is an extremely well-thought plot with elves, gnomes, fairies, and dragons that add to the author’s wonderful writing style. He transforms a magical world into a believable, normal, everyday human life.

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