Monday, August 29, 2011

Faith & Fairies: Book One of The Father Tree Tetralogy by C. S. Haviland

Genre: Christian Fantasy
Recommendation: Excellent

Originality – 5/5
Writing Style – 5/5
Plot – 5/5
Characters – 5/5
Aesthetics – 5/5

A hilarious, action-packed adventure!
Three very different orphan boys are on their way to a new Home in the small town of Haviland Hollow. Terry is a sixteen-year-old, overconfident, independent spirit. Scott is the fourteen-year-old worry wart with coke-bottom glasses, and Ronnie is…well, Ronnie is a nine-year-old boy, complete with an utter distaste for girl cooties and a love for all things exciting.
The adventure begins when Terry decides that he doesn’t want to go to a new orphanage and takes the other two boys, unknown to them, along on his escape. Terry’s plans are cut short, however, when they meet a group of magical, female, fairies. It seems that God plans to use these unlikely boys to help the fairies overcome their greatest peril.
With laugh-out-loud dialogue, deep characterization, original creatures and ideas, and non-stop action, Faith & Fairies is a definite win for readers of all ages.
The novel is definitely faith-based, but is not a hit-you-over-the-head treatment of spirituality and is appropriate for any reader.
I give Faith & Fairies a recommendation of Excellent and encourage anyone who’s looking for a fun, Christian, fantasy tale to pick this one up immediately. You’ll definitely enjoy it.
Faith & Fairies: Book One of The Father Tree Tetralogy is available from LegendMaker Scriptoria.
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