Aug 282013
 
Review: Everything Zing: WinterEverything Zing: Winter (Everything Zing #1) by Grant Stone
Published by Tate Publishing & Enterprises on Nov 29, 2011
Genres: Adult, Fantasy
Format: eBook from Author
Find the book: Amazon, Goodreads
Rating: four-stars

What if you discovered that the legendary stories from destinations such as Hogwarts, Middle Earth, Narnia and Oz had all been shared with the world to set the stage for an even greater saga?

What if after hundreds of years and endless myths, you rode the Train of Thought from “A” all the way to “Z” and found a Capital City to this realm of fantasy?

“Everything Zing” is your invitation to the Imagine Nation’s ultimate destination – and story!

As the new millennium begins, Zing’s royal family has every reason to be concerned. Their kingdom is under attack, and all their nemesis needs is the small but powerful key a new visitor to Zing has mysteriously inherited. The society of eternal children, known as “Puresands,” will use every ounce of magic to protect their kingdom, but the fate of the Imagine Nation now rests in a very dangerous place – a grown up’s hands.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This was a very imaginative and fun story. It started right in the action, which was a bit confusing as there were few explanations for what was happening. Once you get in a few chapters and begin to understand what is going on, the story becomes an exciting adventure.

The story was full of great messages. Everything from the need to keep your inner child alive to being truthful to yourself to the downfalls of being materialistic, there is a message for everyone to take to heart. All of the messages are conveyed through the actions of the story, without anything being preached or thrown in your face.

Part of what made this such an exciting story was the fact that you never knew what was coming next. The fantasy world was truly amazing, and the possibilities were endless. I loved the excitement and adventures that kept occurring. I could rarely guess what the next twist would be be, and instead just enjoyed the journey.

Overall, this was a very exciting story. This was definitely a series book, but it was still an exciting standalone story. Now that I know the set up of the world, I bet the next book will be even more fun because there won’t be the confusion in the beginning.

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