Acea And The Animal Kingdom (Acea #1) by Kyle Shoop ~ Middle Grade Book Review

Book Description: 

Welcome to the Animal Kingdom, Where Mystery and Adventure Roam Free!

Twelve-year-old Acea Bishop was always the nerdy kid who would rather go to the library during recess to read bout animals instead of playing basketball like the other boys. Now, after waking up inside of an ancient kingdom strangely resembling a zoo, Acea is running from those same animals he used to love reading about.

Worse yet? Acea's not just on a quest to get home - his mom and the dad-he-never-knew are both being held hostage inside by an evil sorcerer with a vendetta. Realizing that his odds of survival and freeing his parents are dim, Acea raises an army of animals to combat the sorcerer and regain control of the kingdom.

Follow Acea as he travels through the exotic zoo habitats and unlocks the secrets of the kingdom's mysterious past that hold the key to his fate.

Acea has secrets. Big ones. He just doesn't know it yet.

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About the Author: 
Kyle is the author of the Acea Bishop series, a young adult fantasy series that will appeal to readers of the Percy Jackson, Artemis Fowl, and Fablehaven series.

The first book of the trilogy is Acea and the Animal Kingdom. The second book, Acea and the Seven Ancient Wonders, has just been released! Both books are available in paperback and ebook at the Amazon/Kindle stores.

Kyle began writing the series after volunteering in his wife's elementary classroom for years. His goal was to write a book that both parents and kids would want to read together. In addition to writing, Kyle is also a practicing attorney. Kyle and is wife and two children are currently living in Utah

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I really enjoyed this book.The book is about Acea who woke up in this room with Five doors that are different animal habitats. My favourite character is Acea because he was very courageous and he never gave up on his mission to save The Animal Kingdom. My favourite part in the book was when Acea found his inner animal in the safari because it was very hard for all the animals and Acea to find his inner animal but they never gave up. This book got me hooked in about 7 pages in. It was hard to put down. I think this book is appropriate for the age group. I rate this book 5 stars.

This review was written by Parker 

~*Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*~


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