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I read almost every genre & I enjoy venturing into unfamiliar territory. As a library volunteer, I'm constantly bringing home novels. Being a substitute teacher, I read lots of YA & children's books.  

Delilah Dusticle and the Cursed Tempest

Delilah Dusticle and the Cursed Tempest - A.J. York

Who would think dust would come in handy? Delilah Dusticle would. While I am ridding my house of this pesky stuff, Delilah is performing incredible magic with her debris. Delilah thought that she was having very vivid dreams until Dev arrived and informed Delilah that her dreams were actually visions.   Delilah is the chosen one, the one that would save Dev’s sister Kirin, from her adductors. Armed with her friends, Delilah travels to India to obtain information about the abduction and to plan her next steps.   Dev was not totally honest with Delilah when she asked her to find Kirin and now that Delilah has committed to the case, she is beginning to see how complicated this abduction really is. As Delilah and her team return to her room, they discover that someone has paid them a visit. Her room is a disgrace, more messy than normal, if you can believe that from a woman that enjoys dust. It’s a fun, magical adventure as Delilah tries to save Kirin.


I enjoy reading Delilah’s adventures, as I never know what type of predicament she will find herself in and how she will solve it.   I enjoy her nonhuman characters which supplement her stories as I find them imaginative and quirky. They add a fun and entertaining element to the stories. Delilah is a character with determination and wit. She is one who is determined to help out when asked even if she has no idea what she is walking into. The story was entertaining, humorous and creative.

I received a copy of this novella from the author in exchange for an honest review.