Thursday, September 12, 2013

Corr Syl the Warrior by Garry Rogers

Title:  Corr Syl the Warrior
Author:  Garry Rogers
Published:  May 26th 2013 by Createspace
Page Count:  262
Genre: Children's Fantasy
Shelf: Review Copy
Rating:  ★★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Science fiction from an environmental scientist. The story follows a young warrior who is descended from rabbits as he investigates unusual threats to his community coming from a neighboring Danog community.

My Review:

This is a very well written and entertaining read. It is a fun, light read that you find yourself pulled further and further into. It is a unique story that you get caught up in. Rogers takes his time telling this story, filling his audience in on the history of the land and characters. This novel is also quite geographically diverse. Rogers uses his way with words to describe this land in a manner that you can see it in your mind’s eye.

Rogers has a large, well developed cast of very diverse characters that stay clear and well defined throughout the novel. Also, even though he has a large number of characters, no one gets bumped to the wayside as the story progresses. I appreciate the fact that this cast has characters of all ages. Rogers doesn’t keep himself to any particular age range. Everyone has a chance to prove themselves in this novel.

Overall, this unique novel is fun for all ages. It hooks you from the beginning, pulling you through this fun tale that will leave you with a smile.

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