Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Pillage by Obert Skye


Skye, Obert. Pillage. pgs. 312. Shadow Mountain, 2008. Language: G, Violence: PG, Sexual Content: G. When Beck Phillips’ mom dies, he is sent to live in Kingsplot with his eccentric uncle who spends most of his time in a tower. As time goes on, Beck discovers that dragons really do exist and live within the grounds of his uncle’s house. He also discovers that not everyone in his uncle’s house or the surrounding areas can be trusted. With the help of some friends and an ability to make things grow, Beck must discover who he can really trust and how to stop the dragons from destroying the town of Kingsplot. Not a real fast action story until towards the end, but the author does a great job of keeping you wanting to turn the page. His mystery will enthrall readers and keep them wanting to know Beck’s family’s past has as well as wondering what characters can be trusted. A great story for mystery and fantasy lovers alike. EL, MS - ADVISABLE. Review: Kira-Youth Services Librarian, HUN Public Library

2 comments:

nwendt said...

This book was a light yet captivating read. I was hooked after the first chapter! Definitely recommend it for dragon lovers and fantasy aficionados. Bravo!

Fanofreading said...

Just finished this book last week and it is excellent! Clever and captivating, it will interest both boys and girls.