About Potion Masters: The Seeking Serum

Potion Masters: The Seeking Serum

Mezzarix has stolen the Vessel, the source of power for all potion masters, and is preparing to launch his final attack on the potion-making community—which includes his own family.

Gordy and his family have gone into hiding, but when his mom uncovers some new information, she takes Gordy into the underground network known as the Swigs, a haven for renegade potion masters and black-market potions, to secure support in the fight against Mezzarix. But when Scourges, rebel potion makers acting on orders from Mezzarix, attack the Swigs, Gordy barely escapes with his life and is forced to leave his family behind.

As the fight intensifies between B.R.E.W and the Scourges, it falls to Gordy and his friends—Max, Sasha, and Adilene—to locate Mezzarix’s hidden headquarters, retrieve the Vessel, save the world, and unite the potion-making community.

The world of Potion Masters is full of fantasy and adventure as Gordy and his friends learn the power of friendship and loyalty, and to trust in their own individual talents.

My review

I’m so glad to find some great Juvenile fiction books out there! This series by Frank L Cole is such a well done one. Make sure to read books 1 and 2 first though! You don’t want to be lost.

Frank L Cole has woven a world in this series that is magical and amazing. I love all the detail, all of the extra characters that can do crazy things, and all of the imaginative things that happen in the plot. Kids and adults alike will find it magical.

This one is told from the perspectives of Gordy, Adilene and Mezzarix mostly. There are a few chapters from other perspectives. But I loved the way the reader knows a little bit about what the bad guy is doing. Not enough to spoil the plot, just enough to make the reader want to tell Gordy to be careful.

I loved that Adilene had some perspective chapters. She’s a great character, I loved seeing things through her eyes. And when Gordy was in hiding, it was nice to see what was going on in the outside world.

I love the way this book has the kids be the heroes. They each grow to be more themselves and to be okay with that as the book progresses. I especially loved that Adilene learned something about herself that she had always believed would never happen, because of things others told her.

The plot is fast moving. The reader won’t want to put it down until all the danger is over at the end. I am sad that this is the final book in this series, but what a great ride it’s been!

I was sent a copy of Potion Masters: The Seeking Serum as a gift from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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