Tuesday, September 14, 2010

**** Review of The Wielders of the Sengans by C.V. Huffstead

The Wielder of the Sengans: Including the Tomes of Ithren by C.V. Huffstead

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Wielder of the Sengans by C.V. Huffstead was truly a story of good vs. evil. Captivating and leaving you wanting more.

Haran, The Watcher, continually sings praise to the Most High. She battles the dark forces continually keeping them encrusted in the Earth. Illfaeyan is a young lord who's heart was consumed by the darkness. Haran helped to fight the battle that locked Illfaeyan behind fire, keeping his darkness at bay. Illfaeyan never gave up hope of being set free though.

Haran walked the Earth, travelling to different lands singing her praise when she finds an infant. Raising this infant as her own, she knew there was something special about her, but she never dreamed that Eliah would eventually take her place in God's plan.

When Haran realizes that Eliah is in fact the one who will replace her, she sings her departure as Eliah unknowingly awakens the darkness of Illfaeyan. Eliah was pushed into the dark forest, and now faces the battle against evil, as it is now her place to send Illfaeyan back to the Earth.

Assisted by the last of the Great Silver Wolves, Eliah faces the battle of her life while she learns her destiny.

Huffstead did a great job with this tale. Fast paced and leaving you wanting to find out what happens next, I give The Wielders of the Sengans **** (4) Stars, BK Walker. http://bkwalkerbooks.weebly.com

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