Review: Memory’s Wake (Memory’s Wake Trilogy #1) by Selina Fenech
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When Selina Fenech contacted me to review “Memory’s Wake”, I was excited. Not only did the story sound fantastic, but the reviews I read on Goodreads revealed nothing but praise for Selina’s work. But just because a book sounds great, it doesn’t always mean that it actually is. Thankfully, “Memory’s Wake” is just as fantastic as it sounds. Fenech has crafted a truly marvelous piece of work here. From the moment you begin reading, you’ll find yourself drawn into the world of Avall and the beings (wizards, fae, dragons and so forth) that call it home.
The story is about Memory, a young girl who finds herself pulled into a foreign land without any idea as to who she is, where she’s from, how she arrived there – nothing. She’s completely lost and frightened. But Eloryn, who lost her mentor during a spell gone wrong, promises to help Memory get back her life. But it isn’t that simple. Eloryn is on the run for using unauthorized magic and Memory is the key to secrets that others are looking for.
With likeable characters, an intriguing plot, and a captivating world, it’s hard not to fall in love with “Memory’s Wake”. If you’re going to check out “Memory’s Wake”, and I hope that you do, I would suggest that you purchase a paperback copy (as I just did) so that you can truly appreciate the fine illustrations that Selina Fenech has provided through out the story.