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Sep 4, 2013

Adela Arthur and the Creator's clock by Judyann McCole *Blog Tour, Review & Giveaway*


Welcome to my stop in the awesome tour of Adela Arthur and the Creator's clock!
I am so glad to share my review of this magic book!
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Adela Arthur and the Creator's Clock 
To Whom Ever This May Concern;
I wish I could tell you the contents of this book were purely fictional. That I, Adela Arthur, was just a normal sixteen year old from Portland and that dragons, giants, elves and mermaids were just myths. I wish these were legends shared from crazy old grandparents to crazy old grandparents around campfires. After all, that is what I used to believe.
I never would have thought they lived on the other side of our mirrors in a world called Cielieu. But they do...
I never would have thought there were humans, better known as Volsin that lived among them with the ability to create light from a single thought. But there are...
I never would have thought I was one of them... But I am...
I am the last Arthur and I was brought to the human world after a Volsin, filled with greed, began to strip the light from our kind.
The human world was supposed to be a safe haven... but he s found us and the only way to stop him is to go back to Cielieu and begin training as a student in the Elpida Castle of Light.
Like I said I wish the contents of this book were purely fictional and not my life...  


Adela Arthur and the Creator's Clock was a magic read that will keep readers turning page after page. 
Adela always thought she was a normal girl until the day she discovers that normal is not the right word to describe her and the new world that we can see coming. 

Adela is a funny and enjoyable character. I loved seeing the normal things around her in the first chapters because it felt like she was a young girl just like us. For surely, when the magic begins and when we can finally see Cielieu (the magic world), Adela became a stronger character and the story is more interesting.
If there's a thing I have to say about this book is that the author did a great job creating a magic world that will keep readers trapped. 
The characters are very well created. I loved the name because they were really originals and I was glad with the role each one of them had.
Hector, the best friend, was my favorite. He never leaves Adela's side and is alway supporting her.
Jeremy, on the other hand is the love interest. He's swoon-worthy and we can fall in love with him really soon.
The villain? The first thing about him is that I loved his name, yeah, no all people call him by his name, but is was cool. And he was a likeable villain.

The ending, in my opinion is the strongest part of the book. It was amazing, surprising, unexpected!
So, if you like magic, if you like interesting plots, if you like wonderful setting and incredible creatures, then you'll enjoy this book from the first to the last page!


JUDYANN MCCOLE was a senior in high school when she started working on Adela Arthur and the Creator’s Clock during her history class. It started off as short story for a group of young kids she babysat for and grew into an adventure she herself wanted to go on. She is currently attending college in Virginia. Where she hopes to finish the next adventure in Adela Arthur’s life. She begin writing when she was in middle school most of it was just simple poetry but she was inspired by Maya Angelou and even a little of Dr. Seuss.



  1. Thank you so much for your review! I really hope to see it on amazon and goodreads! Thank you also for hosting me on your blog!

  2. Thanks for being on the tour! :)


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