About the book:
In the Darkness of the Pit.
The Light Shines Brightest.
Drums summon the chieftain’s powerful son to slay a man in cold blood and thereby earn his place among the warriors. But instead of glory, he earns the name Draven, “Coward.” When the men of his tribe march off to war, Draven remains behind with the women and his shame. Only fearless but crippled Ita values her brother’s honor.
Age Range: 13+ due to hunting monsters and creepy scene.
Ms. Stengl’s writing pulls you into the story and doesn’t let you go. This novella captured me so. I fell in love with the main character Gaho/Draven and his sister, Ita. These will definitely will be some of my favorite characters forever.
Ita cared for her brother through everything. She stuck with him even though their father had disowned him. She was a strong character and wanted to prove that she could do everything , even with a club foot.
Even though Gaho had been branded with the name Draven the Coward that didn’t stop him from being courageous. His love for his sister was evident.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher (Rooglewood Press) in exchange for my honest review