Robin’s Review of Sun Child of the Moor

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Sun Child of the Moor


by Tricia D. Wagner

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Sun Child of the Moor 
by Tricia D. Wagner 

What manner of legends might darkness conceal?
What manner of legends might darkness conceal?

Sun Child of the Moor is a vivid story that intersects fantasy and physical struggles that play out on internal and external fields. Libraries and readers will find that this story goes beyond the anticipated coming-of-age of a young man who is faced with uncommon danger to delve into the nature of wielding powerful growth in a socially responsible, aware manner.
The story and its lively, engaging action will encourage discussion and debate in teen circles about the consequences of special abilities and the contrast between imagination and reality, making Sun Child of the Moor a top recommendation above many other action-packed fantasies for this age group. -D.Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
Robin's Review: Get ready for an EPIC fantasy adventure with Sun Child of the Moor by Tricia D. Wagner!
 This thrilling and enchanting book will have you on the edge of your seat. Join thirteen-year-old Bastian as he delves into the world of Sylphic legends and folklore. When his family moves to the mysterious Kingfisher Chalet in England, Bastian's studies take a magical turn. With the help of Master Sayre and an ancient text, Bastian discovers he may be the prophesied Sun Child. But the danger he faces is greater than he ever imagined, and he must protect his loved ones with all his might.
Prepare to be immersed in a world of magic and wonder, as Ms. Wagner expertly blends fantasy with reality in a captivating and believable way. The world-building in this book is exceptional, allowing readers to truly experience Bastian's journey. Bastian, the central character, is a true believer in Sylphic lore, and his family supports him in his quest. Wagner's writing is masterful, making the unique Sylphic teachings feel real and captivating.
The pacing of Sun Child of the Moor is perfect, keeping readers engaged during both the slower, dramatic moments and the thrilling, action-packed scenes. Fans of Wagner's previous works will instantly recognize her iconic writing style and will easily connect with Bastian and his captivating journey of self-discovery. The novel also explores the power of familial love, with each character bringing their own unique personality and circumstances to the story. Their interactions are reminiscent of the beloved novel, A Wrinkle in Time, and will resonate with readers who appreciate stories that celebrate positive family connections.

Get lost in the immersive world of Sun Child of the Moor and witness the power of love and personal growth. This book is perfect for young adult and older readers who crave a magical adventure that will make them believe in the limitless possibilities of the world. 

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