MP!er Emma reviews ‘mythical’ ya lit ‘Rebecca Newton and the Last Oracle’

MP!er Emma shares her thoughts on Mario Routi’s ‘Rebecca Newton and the Last Oracle’ the second in the series of mythical epic fantasy awesomeness.


Name: Emma Roberts-Lomas

Age: 32

Favourite song at the moment:

Uptown Funk

Describe the plot of ‘Rebecca Newton and the Last Oracle’’ in a tweet – less than 140 characters please!

To protect the Sacred Flame from Cronus and the Titans who want the flame to free themselves and then take over.

Have you read the first book in the ‘Rebecca Newton’ series?
No but I’ve just ordered it so I can read 1 & then 2 again.

Without giving anything away, does the ending make you want to read the next in the series?
Looking forward to the next instalment to find out what will happen in the next battle. Will it be easy or hard? Will they succeed? Will good triumph over evil?


What genre would you class the book as?
Mythical, fantasy.

What was the best bit?
The sneak attack on Rebecca.

Anything you didn’t like?
Nope the book was well written, I couldn’t, wait to pick it back up and carry on reading it.

Would you recommend ‘Rebecca Newton and the Last Oracle’ series to your friends?

Do you think it would appeal to girls or boys more? Or both?

Anything else you’d like to tell us about the book?
If you like Percy Jackson and the Hunger Games this is definately a book you need to read.

Keep an eye on MP! for more Rebecca Newton shenanigans, we’re gonna get in depth!

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