Haven Book Series (Books 1&2)

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I was given the chance to read and review the Haven series books. (A Stranger Magic (1), and Revenge Of The Viper (2)) This is a lot different from the things I usually write posts on, but I happen to love to read. I don’t like doing a lot of reviews on books, because I hate spoiling things for everyone! But I will give you a brief review on what the books are about.


The first book in the series is Haven: A Stranger Magic / 136 pages / (Avaiable for FREE as a kindle download.)
“Sam Dalcome thinks he is so completely average that no one ever notices him. Until he discovers a mysterious stranger outside his home. Bewildered, he tries to uncover the stranger’s intentions. But Sam is sidetracked when he and his friend Travis discover a secret passageway deep in the town’s quarry that leads to a hidden cavern. What they uncover next will not only change their lives forever, but will uncover the first clue to a deadly Dalcome family secret. Sam finds himself drawn into a world of mystery and magic he never knew existed, which brings him closer to a destiny he never knew was possible.”

I read through this in no time. Not just because I read fast, but because I couldn’t put it down. And also because it is only 136 pages. I don’t want to spoil this for you because this actually was a really great book, but download this for yourself (it’s free on Amazon kindle!) and find out 🙂 There’s no harm if it’s free.


Haven: Revenge Of The Viper (book 2) / 278 pages / $3.99 kindle download on Amazon
“The Great War of Haven ended thirteen years ago but Alisa Dalcome is about to discover that the war did not end for her. Placed on Earth as a sleeper agent for the Majesty of Haven, Alisa had one objective—protect the portal keys at all costs. In the wrong hands the magical keys could jeopardize the safety of everyone on Haven. But Alisa’s relocation was more than just Majesty business; it was also a chance for her to escape her enemies, enemies that still wanted her dead. Alisa wasn’t thinking about herself when she left Haven, she was thinking about her children Sam and Sarah. The Great War had already taken her husband Rylan; she would be damned if she would let it take her children too. But what Alisa didn’t count on was her inquisitive son Sam and his friend Travis. Sam’s world has turned upside down after discovering magic is real. After barely escaping the caves Sam begins to piece together the past day’s events when he stumbles onto his mother’s secret past. With the clues mounting, Sam must dig deeper to uncover the truth that could change his life forever.
But Sam doesn’t realize that his mother’s past has already caught up with them. Hidden within the shadows nearby is Haven’s most malevolent predator—the Viper. A hunter forged from the blackest of magic, it watches, waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Can Sam uncover the truth in time or will his mother’s past collide with the present placing them all in grave danger?”

Now like I said, I won’t spoil it, but I have to say the books kept getting better. And a bit longer. The second book really got in depth and really makes me wish there was an infinite series.

These books might not be for everyone, but these are more my style. I am going to be one of those adults that will always read young adult books, haha! It’s just what I like. So download the first book for free on Amazon to your kindle, and give this a chance!

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