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Book: Book One of Spirit Animals: Wild Born
Author: Brandon Mull
Page Number: 202 Pages
Genre: Adventurous Fantasy
Age: For readers 10-13
Rating: 4/ 5 stars
“‘I'm the worst kind of criminal.’
‘And what kind is that?’
‘The kind that got caught.’”
Synopsis: In the world of Erdas, Conor, Abeke, Meilin and Rollan each are about to discover if they have a spirit animal bond, a rare link between human and animal. The four children, each in Erdas’s four continents, see a flash of light then see an animal emerge.
The animals summoned are not ordinary spirit animals but rather Great Beasts that have hailed from the greatest legends. The four new heroes now have access to powers that will aid them in the journey to come. An evil force is rising once again, and the fate of Erdas is in the hands of these four young kids.
This was such a fun read! Spirit Animals has been on my shelf for years, so when I finally decided to read it, I found myself delightfully pleased.
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“When survival was in question, you fought hard and you seized every advantage, because your enemy was sure to do the same.”
The first book in the Spirit Animals series started off strong, with great adventure and brave characters! I’m so excited to read the next book!