Monday, June 9, 2014

The Sapphire Flute by Karen E. Hoover

Book Title:The Sapphire Flute (Amazon link)
Author:Karen E. Hoover
Reviewer:Madison (age 10)
Rasann is a world in dire need. The net of magic that has held her together for eons is eroding and the magi can’t patch it fast enough to prevent disaster. Volcanoes spew, waters rise, famine and flood and desolation threaten the world as they desperately await the coming of the Wolfchild to heal their home.

Three women begin quests for identity and freedom from the ties that have held them: Ember, from her overbearing and prejudice mother; Kayla, from the rigidity of the caste that has oppressed her family; C’Tan, from her dark and evil master, the Guardian S’Kotos. One will discover she is the first white mage born in three millennia, another will become guardian to the a keystone, the sapphire flute, and throughout it all the third will try to destroy them both.

This story is about three girls. One is evil, the others are good. The two good go against the evil, trying to defeat her.

Brief description:
Ember is the Wolfchild. She is a wolf and a human! She can shape shift. Kayla is the most talented flute player. She is granted the Sapphire Flute.

My favorite part:
My favorite part of the book was when Ember learned how to shapeshift.

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


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