Alexandra's world shifts into one where many miraculous things are possible and moral boundaries are put to the test. Three men impact the destiny of her birthright. Jediah waits two hundred-thirty years to claim her; another plans for nearly half a millennia to exact his revenge; and a third captures her to bend her will to his own.
Daniel Dacre has opened a window to give daunting insight into the tormented world of those being bullied. Through his portrayal of Solomon Seal, the reader is drawn into the daily life and the private thoughts of a tender-hearted boy who reaches deep inside to turn the tide.
The animals portraying Hope, Fear, Joy, and Truth, among others, are inspiring and well-conceived. I was drawn into the inner conflict as I supposed the author intended.
I recommend this book to anyone willing to look inside themselves and find strength, as Solomon did.