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The Trojan Horse Traitor by Amy C. Blake | Book Review & Giveaway



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Left on Castle Island to attend Camp Classic, thirteen-year-old, scrawny, redheaded, homeschooled Levi Prince finds himself at the center of an enchanted world of amazing abilities, cloudy motives, and wicked beings that will challenge his very spirit. He begins to form friendships, but life at camp becomes more confusing as questionable activities and uncertain agendas bring about conflict that tests his character in ways he never expected. Finally, faced with a friend’s betrayal, Levi is forced to confront true evil. Will he find the courage to stand his ground, and to become the hero he was always meant to be?

Quattro’s Thoughts

This book is for boys that like awesome action/Christian fantasy novels. I thought this book looked interesting and I was right! The Trojan Horse Traitor is very intriguing. I like this book because it tests some characters’ faith, they have a camp olympics, and sword fighting.

I want to go to the castle because I would like to meet the characters, especially Levi, and I would like to live in a castle for the summer. The whole castle (that they call camp) is mysterious. Levi Prince, is my favorite character because I can relate to him in some ways —like not being strong, yet getting stronger and wiser every day. He has some questions, and he won’t stop until he finds the answers. I like Sara, a friend of Levi, because she is nice and athletic. I also want to pop Hunter the bully in the nose because he is mean and wants to kill Levi for “untold” reasons.

I can’t wait to read the next book in the series since this book was so fast-paced! It has lots of twists, and also has a bit of spiritual warfare. The Trojan Horse Traitor seems real to me, the dialogue was easy to follow, I love it, and I rate it five out of five!


Notes: Quattro is a middle school student. He has read and reviewed The Trojan Horse Traitor which was written as a young adult title. It may be helpful for parents to read Brian Klems article for Writers Digest entitled The Key Differences Between Middle Grade vs Young Adult

This book was from our home library. The author has graciously agreed to offer a paperback copy of her work for our giveaway.


Christian Shelf-Esteem and Amy C. Blake would like to bless one reader with a paperback copy of The Trojan Horse Traitor. Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. Giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. only. Ends 9/2/16 at 11:59 PM.

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One thought on “The Trojan Horse Traitor by Amy C. Blake | Book Review & Giveaway

  1. Thanks for reading The Trojan Horse Traitor, Quattro! I’m glad you loved it! The second Levi Prince book is set for a spring 2017 release. Your mom’s comment about the difference between YA and MG is a good one. Though The Trojan Horse Traitor is a great read for ages 9/10 and up, it’s longer than the typical MG novel. That’s why my publisher chose to label it YA, not for any content inappropriate for those under age 13/14. In fact, readers have told me it’s a fun read-aloud for the whole family that younger kids enjoy as well. Thanks again for reading and reviewing! 🙂


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