Friday, January 29, 2016

Book Review: Tiva Boon: Royal Guardian - The Tiva Boon Series


The kingdom of Abennelp has enjoyed an age of peace. Tiva Boon, a loyal and ambitious Royal Guardian is determined to carry on tradition and become an elite protector to the throne. It is all she has ever wanted. Possessing abilities and strength beyond her age, Tiva dedicates her youth and risks her life in the service of her king to prove she is worthy. With her goal achieved and her destiny in motion, a mysterious off-world threat emerges and shatters everything Tiva holds dear. 
Exiled from her home and running for her life, Tiva seeks asylum with the Union, a universal security force, and attempts to put the past behind her. Finding herself alone among various space faring races, Tiva integrates herself into the strange society using her skills as a protector and befriends several aliens she meets along the way, ones who will change her life forever. 
When a message from those loyal to her king reaches her months after she feels safe in her new life, Tiva’s destiny and the fate of her people collide.

My Review

This is book one of a two book series. This great books' creator's name is Jenn Nixon. This book is 458 pages.

Tiva Boon has always wanted one thing.... To be an elite level one guardian. She thought her whole life was set with studying and hanging out with her huge family. She was passing faster than anyone thought and she was getting closer to her goal of being an elite guardian. As she grows of age, she realizes that she falling for someone. Throughout her new discoveries, her best friend has announced his feeling for her. She has a choice to make, but that isn't the only problem. There hasn't been a war centuries and a new threat is boiling to the surface. As Tiva's first assignment as an elite, she went to study this new threat. A battle is about to appear. Who is this new threat? What choices will change the future of the kingdom?

I liked the book. I mean, it was pretty slow in the beginning, but it sped up sometimes. I was a little upset with some of the turn-out's in the book. I cried at some of the outcomes, which doesn't happen often. I am very tempted to read the next book. Me and my teacher had a long discussion on this book's genre. We concluded it at futuristic past. It was set in the future for are age, but in the medieval times of the future.

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