The Guardian's Wildchild


Fiction - Supernatural
277 Pages
Reviewed on 08/16/2018
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Author Biography

F. Stone is an award winning author. The Readers' Favorite International Book Award judges awarded F. Stone with Gold for Forbidden.

F. (Feather) Stone: On our cattle ranch, when an animal was in distress or injured, I was put in charge of nursing it back to health. Never mind that I was just a kid and hated the sight of blood, but I had to muster up the courage to apply home remedies. My survival rate was pretty good. It seemed like a foregone conclusion that I would progress to nursing – humans. After one year into nurses training, I bolted. Bed pans and chronic diseases pushed me in different direction; a career of dealing with drug addicts, murder, suicide, fatalities, and biker gangs. In 1983 I graduated with honors as a paramedic and worked in the City of Edmonton’s Emergency Services.

For the next twenty years, I came face to face with scenes most people would rather not think about. I loved it. Having experienced life in the most deadly and gut wrenching events, and work alongside the police service, I gained the fodder for creating intense novels.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite

Wildchild Sidney Davenport has seen one possible future of the planet and it is bleak in The Guardian’s Wildchild by Feather Stone. As a young Guardian, Sidney will do everything she can to prevent the use of Sun Crystals by unscrupulous people to take over the source of energy used around the world, but this leads to her arrest and imprisonment, awaiting execution by the rigid government. Captain Sam Waterhouse is a by-the-book naval officer but, after meeting Sidney, he begins to doubt the path his superior officers are taking. A good man at heart, Sam learns from Sidney that what is happening is not for the higher good and he realizes he has to take a stand, as long as he can rescue his two sons from the Admiral’s control. When all the issues collide, Sam must make an important decision – become a Guardian and possibly sacrifice what is most dear to him or succumb to the evil. Will his relationship with Sidney provide him with the support he needs to make the right choice?

Feather Stone has created a deep and interesting story incorporating paranormal abilities, personal awareness, naval protocol and plenty of twisting mystery in The Guardian’s Wildchild. Intense at times and tender at others, the action reflects basic aspects of good and evil and the part each person can play in the overall state of the world. Great characters, good dialogue and numerous ups and downs keep you reading to see how things will turn out, and provide tremendous examples of the forces we all possess to make a difference in the world. Great story with amazing depth.