Honestly, I thought this book would be boring. A kis whos life was engulfed by fantsy. But it was pretty cool. The way Ben and Niara made a friendship. I thought it was truly interesting how Ben could make up his own things by a book. Just a book. Remarkable _ Jeffery Maddison, Bestselling author of, When you give it all to Mason.
Spellbinders: The Not-So-Chosen One
By Auseon, Andrew
Ben doesn’t feel chosen by anybody—not by his friends, who haven’t kept in touch since he moved after his parents’ divorce, or by his mom, who’s so busy he barely sees her. He spends all his time living in fantasy worlds and writing extensively planned adventure campaigns in his role-playing-game notebook. So when Niara, a character who could be right out of one of his favorite games, shows up and tells him he’s destined to save her realm (like, foretold-by-a-prophecy destined), Ben has two possible moves: tell her the truth or play along. He’s tired of feeling left behind, so his choice is clear—game on.
One interdimensional portal later, Ben is in full hero mode. At first, adventuring in Lux seems like a dream come true, but pretending to be the Chosen One—and lying to his new friends—isn’t quite what he imagined it to be. And the more he learns about Lux and his quest, the more he realizes this is way beyond a game—and the rules seem to be changing as he goes. In fact, it might be time for him to write some new ones.
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Very interesting story about a neglected and lonely child who has to make up his own world