Hashtag Magic has been compromised!
The creatures of nightmare have shown themselves and there is no hiding the truth of their threat. Colby and his friends narrowly escaped capture in Mexico. Now they are back in Chicago and nearing the end of the spring break when an attack in the assumed safety of the Stevens’ home has left Colby’s mother in danger and the kids on the offense. They are taking the fight to the Shizumu in their virtual world prison, the Shiznet.
In the realm of their enemy, the kids must fight a virtual reality unlike the role-playing of a game. This is no game and their enemy is playing for keeps. They’ll face angry birds that force them into a trap where they will be separated and trolled until they give up what the adversary wants. They will have to overcome their fears and self doubt to triumph and save Colby’s mother, getting them one step closer to finding Jarrod Stevens and reunited the family. But fighting amongst themselves may threaten their chances of success.
Wildly stimulating and strangely satisfying.
This fantasy book is really unlike most in its category because of how J. Steven carefully and wildly crafted his. It just has every element of a movie as its descriptions were very visual and vivid. I found myself caught in the web of the intriguing story.
I found the title very amusing #HashtagMagic, but this told me I was in for the ‘read’ of my life. Web of Trolls heavily borders on magic. The author has a talent for this kind of imagination as my every prediction fell short of the story itself. I can’t reveal the story here as this will spoil the fun for you.
Nothing is as thrilling, even when it comes to magic than when your imagination is stretched to its limit and you’re drawn in deeply to experience the story.
#HashtagMagic is really it all and much more. It’s a Fantasy that stubbornly stays on your mind long after reading it.
–Kim Connor, Illinois