Review: Samantha Sutton and the Winter of the Warrior Queen

I recently read Samantha Sutton and the Winter of the Warrior Queen by Jordan Jacobs. I thought it was a good read. . . it was an adventure, perhaps a mystery of sorts, I suppose. Anyhow, it is about twelve year old Samantha Sutton, who goes an an archaeological expedition with her brother Evan and Uncle Jay. But everything changes when Samantha digs up a legendary artifact  and hears the local legends of the ground in which she found it being the ancient fortress of Queen Boudica. The warrior queen. Sam is excited, but as others begin to learn of her findings, she realizes she is in danger!

So it was a good read. I liked Sam as a character and the writing was exciting! I would probably give a 3.5 or 4 star out of 5 because there were a few brief parts that I had to slush through. But I recommend it if you like mystery, suspense, adventure, danger, and archaeology. Or if you don’t like archaeology. 😉

Peace guys and happy reading!

Julia of Beegirls Books

Also available is Samantha Sutton and the Labyrinth of Lies by Jordan Jacobs. I want to read it because of the ah-ma-zing title!


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