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The Soulkeepers (The Soulkeepers Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Jacob Lau loses his father first, then his mother disappears and weird dreams begin of a winged creature carrying her away. After the disappearance of his mother, Jacob is forced to leave his home in Hawaii and move in with his uncle in Paris, IL (since I'm a native of central Illinois and I've been to Paris many times, this grabbed my attention. I love books that take place close to home). Illinois is the polar opposite of Hawaii, and a huge adjustment for the 15 year old, socially outcast in the small town.
Strange things start to happen to Jacob and his life. Dr. Abigail Silva tells him he's a warrior, a defender. He thinks that she's strange too, and she's not telling him everything about herself, her weird garden, and even stranger cat. Jacob finds love (and almost loses it) with Malini, a beautiful outcast much like him.
Together Jacob and Malini begin to make discoveries about Dr. Silva, her garden, and the bizarre creatures that come into and out of the garden.
Soulkeepers is a tale of magic, strangely odd like an Alice in Wonderland-ish type adventure, and young love. I enjoyed it immensely and what a great read for $0.00!! Pick your copy up today.
Five out of five fairy kisses for this reader.
This book is good for readers of all ages. Each reader will come away with a different view of themselves, their actions, and the world.
AND when the story ends, I just KNOW that there must be a book 2 and book 3, etc. in the offing. This may be one of those times when I will actually purchase the following publications. I get the freebie talking book editions so that I can be exercising while "reading with my ears".
YES, there is some love and romance, there is a bully who gets put in his place, there is the surprise of discovering one's own magic -- and the reason for the magic, and the other people who have magic.
GO FOR IT, and if you have imagination, you will like it.
Enter Malini, the other non white student mat the school. She too has been ostracized and they miraculously find each other. Jacob can control water and gets into a lot of trouble.
The story is different, but interesting. It could have been better, but I will continue reading the series because I need to know what happens to this Horseman.