Monday, June 9, 2014

The Armor of Light by Karen E. Hoover

Book Title:The Armor of Light (Amazon link)
Author:Karen E. Hoover
Reviewer:Madison (age 10)
Ember has been accepted into the mage academy, but not without cost. She has gained a new enemy, ancient and dark, whose entire purpose is to destroy all white magic and her along with it. After nearly losing her life in a brutal attack, DeMunth is assigned her guardian, and the keystone he wears, The Armor of Light, begins the transition that will make it a true power. 

Kayla has lost most everything of importance to her—the people, the prestige, and all she fought for the past ten years. With nothing left to lose, she continues her search for the birthplace of The Sapphire Flute and the Wolfchild she believes to be its player. Her journey will take her to strange, foreign, and often dangerous places, and everything she had thought to be true will be proven wrong. 

In a showdown full of betrayal and heroic loss, Ember and Kayla finally meet on the battlefield, fighting a war on two fronts—against C'Tan and her people, and the mysterious enemy bent on destroying all magic—the shadow weavers. 

The story is full of power, betrayal, hope, and love. The elements of the universe are coming together, and none can know who will stand in the end.

One evil and two good. Will Kayla and Ember be able to defeat C'Tan using shapeshifting and a magical flute?

Brief description:
Two gemstones are found. C'Tan is trying to find them and defeat the good who have them. Will she defeat the good and claim the gemstones and deliver them to S'Kotos?

(p.s. they find the second gemstone within the first twenty to thirty pages)

My favorite part:
My favorite part was when Kayla made an ice wall with the flute to protect herself and her companions from C'Tan.

I'd recommend this book . . .
to people who like adventure and wolves.


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