ARC Review: Spell Tracker by Alex C. Vick

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 Spell Tracker by Alex C. Vick
    (Light Mage Series #1)
   Published : 01 / 12 / 2018 
        by Alex C. Vick 

   Genre : 
          Young Adult Fiction || Fantasy ||
           Romance

   Rating : Avocado Avocado Half-Avo Non-Avocado Non-Avocado


Avitus is back in a body he remembers. And maybe he- no, she - will, too. Once going by the name Lucas, Guardian Lucas is back on earth, and in high school, hoping to save the boy he fell in love with reincarnated from his gladiator days. The only thing is, he has been reborn in a new body, a female body, and her half-brother is slowly growing more enticing as the days go on. Avitus struggles to reconnect with the boy he once knew, and The Spell Tracker is setting him up for failure, for failure means that Lucas loses his life, and his Light.
Thank you to the publisher for a free galley in exchange for an honest review 
~ No compensation was given for this review ~ 

I really enjoyed ‘Spell Tracker by Alex C. Vick, it was intense, suspenseful and littered with amazing scenes and witty comments. I found that the characters were easy to relate to and the suspense through the first parts of the novel was amazing around what secret the students were hiding. I thought that the initial romance between Devin and Avitus was written really well, as it was awkward and cute a relatable, as it wasn’t all picture perfect from the start.

I did find that the beginning of the novel dragged on for a bit and that the momentum slowed down significantly around the middle when Avitus was getting closer to finding out ‘the big secret’. I also think that The Spell Tracker was rather informal and very odd restrictions, which was confusing and did not really add any value to some instances. I do believe however that the age recommendation which is 14+ is almost straight on and it was perfect because there were many people I told about it around this age who seem rather interested, especially considering that this book also explores some aspects of the LGBTQ+ life of two teen boys 

In conclusion, I think that teens interested in magic and need a suspenseful and novel to occupy their time, then they should most definitely read ‘Spell Tracker’.


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Post published 26 // 11 // 2018

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