I, SpiritKin

Fiction - Fantasy - General
420 Pages
Reviewed on 09/07/2010
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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite

After the death of 14 year old Gage’s parents, at the hands of the grays, the people ask him to leave their midst. He was part SpiritKin and they feared him. He vowed to find his parents` killers and to extract revenge. Gage has the ability to set a fire and influence animals with a mere thought. He can read auras.

Earl Randle places two royal foster sons in Gage’s care. Davieth and Breen are difficult to handle. Trouble follows them everywhere they go. After the death of Daveith, the other two men are devastated. Together, they train inexperienced men for battle. There will be war.

"I, SpiritKin" is an excellent read. Frances Evlin is a talented author. Her book is filled with magic, intrigue, and cunning deceit. I was quickly drawn into the tale. Gage is a likeable character. Even the secondary characters are well developed. The tale unfolded in front of me due to the descriptive skill of the author. This action adventure is sure to delight tweens and young adults.