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Birthright: Destiny of the Fae by Kristal…

Birthright: Destiny of the Fae

by Kristal Walker

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Scotlyn is a smart, totally unassuming, environmentally conscious young woman who runs a local nursery in the Beach City she grew up in. She also has a secret. She’s psychic with plenty of knowledge of the fae world. Knowledge that makes her dangerous, that makes her a target.

This book tells an epic story of a war between the fae and humans. It is a story of overwhelming power, dragons, control of nature, and invisibility against humanity. Fortunately for humans, a small band of fae choose to throw their lot in with humanity. This forlorn hope seeks humans with powers who can be trained to face the coming whirlwind.

This book contains many intriguing story-lines. The main group of friendly fae and powerful humans go on a survival trek through central California, as the dangerous fae attack. Another group of humans flee the cities and seek shelter in isolation in the countryside. Human prisoners are gathered in caves, for judgement, by the attacking fae. The fae royals orchestrate the destruction of humanity from the fae world. Each story-line is told from a central POV character.

This story has the elements of a hero's journey with the protagonists carried through trials, tests, fear at overwhelming odds, and final confrontation. Readers who enjoy rousing fantasy stories will find this a fun romp. The book, obviously a first effort, could use additional editing to increase the smoothness and immersive power. This novel is suitable for middle school and up. There is no casual sex, mostly tame language, and the violence is needed by the story of epic conflict between worlds. I enjoyed the book and look forward to more titles by the author. ( )
  SAGibson | Jan 16, 2016 |
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