Book Tour| Wardens of Eternity Review

Title: Wardens of Eternity

Author: Courtney Moulton

Publisher: Blink YA

Genre: YA Fantasy

SYNOPSIS: Magic and magical creatures. Immortal gods and goddesses. History and mythology. Strap in for this action-packed YA novel that takes place over the days leading up to World War II, when Ziva must rely on her wit and magic to outmaneuver Nazis and ancient Egyptian gods to prevent global destruction.

Ziva has one memory of her parents, made the day they abandoned her on the streets of New York City when she was three years old. They left her with only a memory and a promise that she had a great and terrible destiny.

Fifteen years later, Ziva discovers that destiny includes powers that she doesn’t understand and can barely control. Her magic attracts vicious, otherworldly monsters, and eventually compatriots to help her fight them. Sayer and Nasira know the secrets Ziva doesn’t; that Ziva is descended from Egyptian royalty and in possession of ancient magic passed down from the time of the gods. They promise to teach Ziva to control her magic and to give her the family she’s always yearned for.

But trouble is brewing in the world around them; darkness is descending on Hitler’s Germany, threatening World War II. As the last heir of a revered Egyptian queen, Ziva is the only one with the power to prevent another costly global conflict. As Ziva navigates her newfound abilities and makes a connection with Anubis and other Egyptian gods, the Nazis are hunting for the ultimate weapon, and Ziva has caught their interest.

My thoughts

Wardens of Eternity is a historical fantasy that takes place in the 1940s. It combines Egyptian mythology with magical elements and historical elements( WWII). I thought it was a pretty interesting setting and I have always been a big fan of Egyptian mythology. The two elements combined made this story very unique! I thought the world building was interesting and it kept me intrigued. The characters were hard to really connect with though and interactions between the characters felt a bit forced. Overall, this was a compelling read, especially for fans of historical fantasy and mythology. I will be looking forward to the next book in the series. I’m giving it 3.75 stars out of 5.


*ARC provided in exchange for honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Many thanks to TLC Book Tours and the publisher for including me on the tour.


  1. Sara Strand

    I think a book such as this set in the 1940’s but also including Egyptian mythology sounds like nothing else out there! Thank you for being on this tour. Sara @ TLC Book Tours


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