Eternal Seas by Lexi Rees (The Relic Hunters #1) ★★★★☆
Audiobook narrated by Chris Dickins
Genre: Middle Grade Adventure
Publisher: Troubadour Publishing
I received a copy of this audiobook in order to take part in the blog tour. All opinions are my own.
Such a small parcel shouldn’t cause experienced smugglers much trouble. But, as Finn and Aria discover, this is the most dangerous delivery of their lives. Battered by storms and chased across the globe by an evil warlord, they enlist the help of a strange witch-doctor. Together, they struggle to solve the mystery while the fate of an ancient civilisation depends on them, and time is running out …
Eternal Seas is a thrilling adventure for children aged seven to twelve.
What a fun adventure!
This has everything a kid (or adult) could want, with magic, smugglers and an epic adventure.
We follow two young children who travel the seas with their father smuggling things from all over the world. But this object is different to all the others. Together they learn about ancient magic, their family and many secrets.
I would have adored this as a kid, and to make it even better this is one of the best audiobook narraters I’ve come across. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for more audiobooks from him, and of course for more books in this series.
You can find a trailer for this here
Lexi Rees grew up in the north of Scotland but now splits her time between London and West Sussex. She still goes back to Scotland regularly though.
Usually seen clutching a mug of coffee, she spends as much time as possible sailing and horse riding, both of which she does enthusiastically but badly.
Her first book, Eternal Seas was written on a boat; the storm described in it was frighteningly real.