Author: Jackie Gamber
Publisher: Seventh Star Press
5 out of 5 stars
Note: This review assumes that you have already read the first book in this series, Redheart. If you have not yet read Redheart then you may not want to read this review, as it will reveal key points from the first book. You can find my review of Redheart here.
The wind swirls around you, as you soar through the sky. Your scaly wings glint in the sunlight as you twirl in the air, enjoying your freedom. Suddenly, you start to fall towards the earth, sinking like a stone. The calm air now cuts through you, and your body feels as if it is compressing, getting smaller by the second. When you finally hit the ground with a thud, you open your clenched eyes, and look around. Everything seems fine. But as you try to get up on your paws, you look down and see fingers and toes instead of claws. Skin instead of scales. Two arms and two legs. An overwhelming fear envelops you, and you feel as if you are caged in, unable to escape. You’ve locked yourself in, but you don’t know the key to breaking free.