Book Review: Daughter of Isis

Daughter of IsisTitle: Daughter of Isis
Author: by Kelsey Ketch
Series: Descendants of Isis #1
Genre: Fantasy
Publication Date: October 26, 2013
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Source: Lola Blog Tours

Blurb:
“Her mouth parted slightly, waiting for Seth to breathe life into her own body, just like in the story. She wanted him to awaken her senses.”

Their worlds collide in California’s high desert.

The last thing Natara “Natti” Stone wants to do is to start anew at Setemple High School. She wished she had never left London. Yet the brutal murder of her maternal grandmother has made her life very complicated. The only clue related to her murder is an ancient, encrypted necklace Natti discovered after her grandmother’s death. And if trying to adjust to American life is not enough, Natti is being stalked by a mysterious, charming high school senior, Seth O’Keefe, who is annoyingly persistent in his attempts at seduction.

Seth O’Keefe is secretly a member of the Sons of Set, an order that worships the Egyptian god of chaos. Seth’s blessing from Set, his “charm,” never failed, except with one person: Natti Stone. Her ability to elude him infatuates and infuriates him, and he becomes obsessed with the chase. But the closer he gets to her, the more his emotions take a dangerous turn, and he risks breaking one of the most valued covenants of his order. The punishment for which is a fate worse than death.

The adventure this unlikely couple becomes engulfed in could cost them their lives and their souls.

*Note: Content for Upper YA*

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My Review:
The Daughter of Isis was so amazing, I loved it from the beginning to the end. Because of this book I took interest in Egyptian Gods.Natti is such a powerful female character. She protects her friends, and she has a good power. Natti can tell if someone is lying.

Natti was forced to leave England when her grandmother died. Her father decides to move to Setemple CA. Where everything there is Egyptian(where her father was trying to get away from). She meets Seth at school, the boy can literary make you do anything he wants you to do. Seth is a Son of Set(an evil Egyptian God). Being apart of the Sons of Set he has to find the secret of Ra(the sun God).

The Goddess Isis tricked Ra into giving his secret name(which allows Isis to get his power). Set wanted Ra name so he can be the top God, but Isis refused to give it to him. Isis and two other Goddess hid the secret of Ra’s name and the only people who know it is the protector Daughter of Isis.

So Set made the Sons of Set to get the name from the Daughter of Isis and kill her. And I think you guys can guess who the Daughter of Isis is. Right Natti.

This book is so good, I give it six stars. You really need to know what happens between Seth and Natti. I can’t wait for the second book.

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***Praise for Daughter of Isis***

“Daughter of Isis is an addicting and enthralling read brimming with Egyptian mythology. Readers will be pulled into the story after simply reading a page!” —Emily, Reader Rising

“I always enjoy a good book about Mythology and Daughter of Isis brings a thrilling modern day spin to one of the tales. Kelsey Ketch wove the story perfectly and sucked me right into her magnificent world.” —Naomi, Nomi’s Paranormal Palace

KelseyAbout the Author:

During her high school years, Kelsey Ketch could always be found tucked away in a little corner of the hall or classroom, writing her fantasy worlds and creating illustrations and maps. Today is no different, except now she’s writing in the break room at her office building or at the tables of the Barnes and Noble Café in Cary, North Carolina. She is also an avid reader, a part-time book blogger at Ketch’s Book Nook, and lives with her two orange tabbies and awesome and humorous flat-mate.

For more information, please visit her site at kelseyketch.com.

You can find and contact Kelsey here:

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