Emerald Quest by Renee Pawlish

Emerald Quest (The Noah Winters Adventure series)

By Renée Pawlish

196 pages ebook reviewed (Amazon Digital Services) – ages 8+

Published by CreateSpace on March 7, 2012

 Noah Winter’s parents have an awesome job. They are treasure hunters! But, now, they have been kidnapped! Noah and Anthony (Noah’s parent’s assistant) think they know who did it, but they have no evidence. Noah and Anthony decide to finish the mission (the latest treasure hunt) his parents were on when they were kidnapped in hopes of finding the treasure map that reveals the location of the valuable De La Rosa emerald and more importantly, Noah’s mom and dad! Diabolical enemies, a Burmese Python, scuba diving, pirates, shipwrecks, ghosts, you think a 13-year old like Noah would be tired out after all this, nope! 

I thoroughly enjoyed this book because of the adventure and excitement in it. I REALLY liked Noah as a main character! He was an awesome guy. He was brave, smart, kind and very adventurous. The story is a type I like very much and I think this would be a great book for reluctant boy readers. The book was a quick read for me (maybe because it was so exciting 🙂 ) and there isn’t any bad language in it. There is some mild violence, but nothing graphic or upsetting.

Five out of five bookworms for “Emerald Quest”!

To learn more about Ms. Pawlish and her other books, please visit her website HERE.



Categories: Age 9+

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11 replies

  1. This would be a great one to end our school year on. My boys would love it. I’m jotting it down…

  2. Sounds like a great story, Erik! And I think it’s neat that you’re featuring a self-published book. How did you find out about it?

  3. I would have loved this book when I was growing up. I read lots of “Nancy Drew” and “Choose Your Own Adventure.”

  4. Awesome book review, Erik! You really relay the book’s excitement. Terrific job describing Noah and why you like him so much. Thanks for bringing this series to my attention.

  5. I love a good adventure. Erik, you did an excellent job of reviewing this book. If I was a child, I would have been hooked. Nice job! The cover also would have grabbed my attention.

  6. Interesting book! Like the comments shared above, I enjoy a good adventure book too. Will see whether we have this in our libraries. 🙂 Oh boy, you do read a lot! 🙂

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