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Posted June 8, 2009
Although it begins with a life altering tragedy, the remainder of this
story is not only heartwarming but refreshing.
It can be taken very lightly, allowing the reader to relax and block out all other
thought. Or you can immerse yourself in this fantasy world, hearing
the underlying life skill lessons.
Drift, a newborn Red Deer fawn, has the fortune of being befriended by
a short sighted, crazy badger, Daisy. With Daisy's knowledge of the
dangers in the forest, the pair set off in search of Drift's family,
specifically his Uncle Mo. Their journey is not only fun but also
treacherous, bringing them both the spirit of adventure as they strive
to reach their goal.
Could there be a happy ending?
The Author, David Carter, has lightly scented your mind with a
natural ability to share his imagination. Letting your own imagination
loose, you can smell the aroma of forest and see the picturesque
surroundings. He is a well-known English author, with a variety of
published articles, as well as a previous novel that I had the pleasure
of reviewing. He has now presented us with another novel, suitable for
both children and the young at heart.
Highly Recommended by Reviewer: Cheryl Ellis, Allbooks Review