Tuesday, December 2, 2014

WhipEye: WhipEye Chronicles (Volume 1), Book Review

WhipEye: WhipEye Chronicles (Volume 1)
Author: Geoffrey Saign 
Series: WhipEye Chronicles
  • Paperback: 312 pages
  • Publisher: KiraKu Press; 1 edition (June 19, 2014)
  • ISBN-10: 0990401308
  • ISBN-13: 978-0990401308

Book Description:
Can a girl grieving her mother, a boy missing his father, and a thousand-year-old wise-cracking parrot save two worlds? Samantha and her neighbor, Jake, have no idea that Samantha's best friend, a parrot named Charlie, is a thousand years old. Charlie is also at the center of a secret battle between magical creatures and an ancient, evil man. When Charlie asks Samantha and Jake to protect him, they are chased by monsters from both sides. To save Charlie, and two worlds, Samantha and Jake have twenty-four hours to figure out how to use the supernatural staff, WhipEye, and find the courage to confront what they fear most... Ages 9 and up.

Book Review:
Brittany Perez (Oh My Bookness)
December 2,2014

WhipEye is a well rounded story that will keep you immersed until the end. A story that captivates the reader until the very end. Details that keep the readers attention, a flowing transition from one scene to the next with ease.

From the beginning its action packed adventure that leads into a wild journey to save two worlds. Without missing a beat the author is able to clearly define the individual characters and flesh out the details along the way. A wonderfully written fantasy novel that will reach across a wide range of audiences, without missing a beats with dimensional characters and fantastical animals there is enough there to keep you busy without thing twice about it. 

About the Author:
Geoffrey Saign can often be found looking for interesting critters, and magic, while swimming, snorkeling, sailing, or hiking in the woods. His passion for nature and wildlife inspired his novel, WhipEye. He has a background in biology, assisted in field research with hummingbirds and humpback whales, and sailed as far away as Australia. With more than twenty years of experience working in special education, he has taught adults and children everything from sailing to self-awareness and novel writing. He won the Shabo Award in 2010. He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. You can visit Geoff at geoffreysaign.com

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