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Should You Read The Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni – Review

Alex Jennings is dreading her first day at her new school. But, before she can even start she finds herself walking through a door and landing in the world of Medora. This land is filled with adventure, a school for the gifted, and an evil force that wants to see it and her destroyed.

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Sadly, The Medoran Chronicles has come to a close. With the last book coming out a few days ago, we have to say goodbye to Alex and this story. But, If you’re still unsure if you should read this series, then let me help you.

The Medoran Chronicles is a mix of Narnia, X-Men, and Harry Potter. And yet, it is also so much more. Lynette Noni has created a world that extends much further than you could ever dream. It is extremely vast, mystical, and unique. With each book giving you a new taste of this fascinating world.

If you don’t fall in love with the world (which you will). You’ll definitely fall in love with the characters. Each character, big or small, stands out in their own way. Every person in this story is fleshed out to the point that they feel real. And the main characters are so loveable that you’ll find yourself crying, laughing, and feeling along with them as they stumble through their hard journey.

These books aren’t just about amazing worlds or fun characters. There also about, friendship, loyalty, bravery, strength, and kindness. Lynette Noni has created a world that you want to be in, characters you want to be friends with and, a main character that you strive to be like. Should you read The Medoran Chronicles? YES

P.S. Congratulations Lynette, thanks for always signing my books with a smile on your face. (also what’s going on with my fringe in that first photo???)

 

 

You can purchase the first book in the series with free shipping here.

 

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