Confession-- I have not yet finished this book! ACK!
But this is a Virtual Book Tours Book, so I'll post a "first look" today and a full review next week.
Sealgair runs with wolves, Awena is trapped in her own mind, and it may be up to Seanns to fix things.
So far, honestly, I'm having kind of a hard time with this one. The italicized text is really distracting (every single name, place name, or word in the little glossary is italicized all the way through). And while it's great to have the definitions for all of these very Celtic/Welsh names, what I need is a pronunciation guide!
This is listed as "children's fiction" but I'm not sure what age group it's aimed at. I think you'd lose readers under 13 or 14... especially since we don't meet the young Seanns until at least 50 or so pages in.
I do really really like Seanns, though. I don't find him 100% believable, but I like him.
And let's be honest, four days of camping with my monkeys may have addled my brain. So it could just be me having trouble following the story because I'm out of it. :D
Either way, I'm interested to see what Seanns does next on his quest for the "papyrus pearl".