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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Liun Frec by Jessie Low Gan is the story of three very different young kids who stand up and make a difference in the world. Misty is the star child. She is going to become the best soldier in the Tetris army and there is nothing that can stop her. That was what she thought before she found the nefarious plans cooked up by the Tetris. She cannot stand by a team that oppresses people, so she runs away.
Adaeze was a young princess of an African tribe. She did not know her own strengths and her abilities. But when she met Misty, she found that she could be much more than a princess. When Misty met Toren, he was expelled from school, but that does not mean he is stupid. He is highly intelligent and he wants to go something good in this horrible world. Together, the three of them must reach the Testudines before the evil Tetris reach them and start a war that is uncalled for.
Liun Frec by Jessie Low Gan is indeed a great novel. In fact, I was able to read the whole thing in an hour and half. I did not want to put it down. The story and the main characters had my genuine interest. I was waiting to see what these kids would do next and how they would stop the Tetris’ nefarious plan. It is definitely a novel that I would buy for my children. Children and adults of all ages will enjoy it. I loved the cover art.