On the same day of her mom’s disappearance, Allie finds the necklace her mom was never without. When the necklace magically teleports her new friend Daniel and her to Central Asia, she learns her necklace contains an ancient magic; the power of the ring of Solomon, which she must use to fight off an army of darkness and a giant with eyes of fire.
Most important of all, the necklace appears to be the key to finding her mom.
Allie Stom and the Ring of Solomon is a great middle-grade adventure!
I have to admit I didn’t like Allie at first. She was so selfish and arrogant towards her parents and peers I just didn’t think I was going to enjoy the book. I guess that’s not odd for a teen but I still don’t have to like how she was mean to everyone. 😉
While Allie Stom and the Ring of Solomon is a classic good versus evil book, it’s written in such a way that I wouldn’t hesitate to give it to any of our preteen readers.
Please note, this is NOT a Christian story. I’d grabbed it hoping that it may be because of the reference to Solomon, but beyond the title and some additional references to Bible stories I didn’t find anything to make me believe this book was written to inspire Christian beliefs. I will admit, I can see His hand everywhere and can see how this could very well make an amazing Christian series… guess I’ll have to read more to find out.
|Source:||I purchased Allie Strom and the Ring of Solomon item on June 2, 2016 when it was free.|
|Publisher & Date:||October 28th 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
|ISBN:||1518666795 (ISBN13: 9781518666797)|
|Ages:||9+ | It’s mostly geared towards females due to the main characters being female, but either gender will enjoy this|
|Series:||Bringer of Light Book 1|
Allie Strom and the Ring of Solomon
Allie Strom and the Sword of the Spirit
Allie Strom and the Tenth Worthy
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