The Golden Treasure
Review: A new sleuth has come to town! Written by the creative author L. S. Cauldwell, The Golden Treasure is sure to open the eyes of young teenagers to aspire to be great. Cauldwell closes the gap between real and imaginary in this masterpiece all teens should enjoy!
Anna-Mae, an average African American girl living in Georgia, is walking to school one stormy day with her brother Malcolm and their best friend Raul. While walking to school a black fist appears out of nowhere and drops down small sheets of paper, each with words written on them. Then Pitt Bull, the school bully comes and makes fun of Anna-Mae. The black fist begins to defend her and blocks Pitt Bull from moving anywhere. Once they get into school weird things start to happen at school as more and more clues are place in front of her. Nothing seems to make sense.
This book was probably one of the most descriptive books I have ever read! Every single word helped to paint the picture the book was painting, it was spectacular! I felt that I was solving the case with Anna-Mae. It had a very deep mystery that kept you on the edge of your seat trying to figure out what would happen next. Also the parts with the supernatural forces interested me a lot. Cauldwell really hit a home run with this book.
This book easily gets a five, since its mystery content is so deep and the creativity is one of the best I've ever read. I can't wait for Cauldwell's next book!
Special thanks to Alex Nauert for contributing his review of The Golden Treasure.
Acknowledgment: L. S. Cauldwell provided a copy of The Golden Treasure for this review.
Review Copyright © 2009 — Alex Nauert — All Rights Reserved
Reprinted with Permission
Location(s) referenced in The Golden Treasure: Georgia