Monday, April 28, 2014

Titan's Magic: Body and Soul by: Jodi Lamm

Publication Date:
December 2013

"Don't fool yourself. Fool everyone else, but never fool yourself."

When a young golem called Kaspar befriends a beautiful baker and her daughter, he wishes, for the first time in his life, to be more than just a counterfeit, wooden child. But such a simple wish comes at a high price, and Kaspar won't be the only one to pay. With the few who can stop him distracted by their own dreams, Kaspar is free to set in motion a naive and gruesome plan. He hasn't gone entirely unnoticed, though. He's a powerful weapon left alone and ungoverned, and he's already caught the eye of someone with an even more costly wish.

My thoughts:
This book is mainly zeroed in on Kaspar. This poor thing is needing a friend, who doesn't, but the author paints him in a light that makes you feel dreadfully sorry for him. AS everything goes things look grim and could be deadly, but what will really happen? I think if you read this you will be in for a surprise. This really seems like a great tale for younger teens. It has all the passion needed for teens but a tale that younger kids would love. A mix of magic and adventure makes this read a journey to behold. 

My rating:
4 stars

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