January 25, 2015
Spirit Warriors, Young Adult
Archie, Arion, Bets, Charlie, Electra, Emme, Eros, Hercules, Jack, Lilly, Ollie, Raymond, Zephyr
The second novel in the Spirit Warriors, and just like the first, left me feeling multiple emotions.
All the characters have returned and have become more confident with their shifting, although, the more they practice, the more likely they are to be noticed by people. They can’t afford to be shot in their animal forms by hunters because then, both the animal and the human spirit will be gone.
Every time, I become more attached to the characters and it makes the read so much more intense as the feeling of reality is still there. You learn more about the characters Emme, Ollie, Charlie, Bets. Charlie and newcomers Jack and Raymond.
The cover for this is beautiful, the mix of colours fit perfectly and both warm and cold colours are incorporated.
I recommend this book to teens+ because of the adventure, relationships between the characters and the story itself.
Spirit Warriors: The Scarring is a fabulous book and once more, I could see this as a film.
Thank you D.E.L Connor for sending me the book to read and review, it was fantastic.
Leave a comment telling me which animal you would shift your spirit into. 🙂
November 29, 2014
Spirit Warriors, Young Adult
Archie, Arion, Bets, Charlie, Electra, Emme, Eros, Hercules, Kevin, Lilly, Machayiwiw, Ollie, Spirit Warriors, Zephyr
Spirit Warriors: The Concealing left me with a whole load of contrasting emotions.
I love all the characters and the novel has a great idea behind it. It has the perfect description and immediately you, as the reader, are given the image of the world of Emme and her friends. Their friendship has been written in such a way that made me feel, alongside the description, I was there with them.
So much can happen, and it does. Spirit Warriors contains all the action you could possibly wish for in a novel, not too much or too little and everything has the sense of reality, the feeling of “I’m there with them”.
As the reader, there is the opportunity to catch on to things before the characters, but not here, this novel allows the reader to work out some parts before the characters but otherwise you are left in the dark until the right time.
This book is perfect for someone looking for adventure and friendship.
I love the cover because it’s very detailed and colourful. The cover also hints at the plot of the book, not enough to be able to say “I know exactly what this is about” but just enough to win the interest of the reader to pick up the book and delve into the story.
I was glued to the book from the moment I began reading it and was sad when it ended, because it ended.
I can very easily visualise this book as a film, the descriptions are detailed enough to make it a great opportunity for a film.