The Tinker's Apprentice
by Shelley Ballard
Book Two in The Tinker Trilogy, an allegory for the ages. The plot thickens with twists and turns aplenty (think J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis). Many questions are raised:
Why is Paison Tinker No. 13? Why are the Watchers and Amon so interested in recovering evil Tinker Clovis' tools? What is the woodcutter up to? Will Pasion and Maddie fall in love? And what about the mysterious White Stag?