Thursday, September 19, 2013

Decoy by Seth (S.B.) Sebrick

Sebrick weaves an epic tale of David and Goliath proportions.  The story itself is a good one with heroes and villains and moves along at a fast pace following the heroes as they prepare for their known confrontation.  But there’s more.  Behind the scenes hidden from view are the powers that make our specific hero great.  Revealed at the beginning of the book to the reader but not the other heroes, we get to hold onto this secret and watch as it betrays itself.

I really liked this book because it wasn’t just one story.  There are a lot of twists and turns as we follow Kaltor and find out about him as well as his friends through his eyes.  This book is well written and easy to read as well as highly entertaining.  A definite must read.  

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Reviewed by Sue Owen

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