Fantasy · Tween

The Many Adventures of Peter and Fi Volume I: Homecoming by Kelvyn Fernandes

She emerged within a dark sea of green, shielding her eyes against the crescent moon’s pale blaze.

Title: The Many Adventures of Peter and Fi Volume I: Homecoming
Author: Kelvyn Fernandes
Pages: 220
Published: December 14, 2018
Publisher: Self-Published
Source: Author

*Disclaimer* I was financially compensated for this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and not influenced by the author and/or its affiliates in any way.


The book, The Many Adventures of Peter and Fi Volume I: Homecoming by Kelvyn Fernandes, is about a mage named Peter and a chimera named Fi who banned together to work towards their individual goals to search for something. While they are searching, they encounter wild and dangerous creatures while also landing themselves in situations that have them making close calls. As the book progress, it allows the reader to know more about the main characters.

The plot of this book is a very interesting one because the author tells the reader that Peter is trying to find something and Fi is trying to get home. It is simple and right to the point, however, further into the book, there are also hints that there is more to it than just finding these things. The subtle hints toward the reasons for search are through the interaction between characters and flashbacks. There was quite a bit of originally in the book like the creatures that were mentioned were either created by the author or rarely mentioned.

One thing that I personally liked was how the author gave more background information about Fi but just enough to make it so that not everything is revealed. It is more of giving just enough description that the reader have to imagine or assume what is being hinted at. Peter, the other main character, is more mysterious. His identity is usually revealed when he is reunited with characters from the past who reveal things about him to Fi. This mysterious cloak that surrounds the two main characters make the book more interesting and hooking to read.

One thing that some reader might want to be aware of is that for flashback, it would not be identified. Depending on preference, some might like it and some might not but there is no subheading after the chapter title to let the reader know if it is the past or the present. If looking at the writing, there was not a lot of editing, if any, that was needed.

Overall, I would recommend this to those who like to read fantasy or is looking for a book that is targeted toward tweens. The feel that this book gives off is lighthearted and personally, I felt like this would be a quick read. For those who do not have a book in mind to read, this book is one of those that a reader can just pick up and finish it, whether they like it or not.

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Thanks for reading, I always appreciate you reading the things I write (in this case, type) about. Love you all ღ.

Signing out,


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