Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul

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Against his will, Taylor Davis has been sucked into a supernatural world of angels and their adversaries. There, he learns the Flame of Findul-the sword that guards the Tree of Life-has been allowed to burn out. The only way to avoid disaster is to relight it in the forge of Findul the firesmith. Taylor and three teammates have been assigned to this mission, but a formidable enemy, one who has eaten of the Tree, stands in their way.
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Overview

Against his will, Taylor Davis has been sucked into a supernatural world of angels and their adversaries. There, he learns the Flame of Findul-the sword that guards the Tree of Life-has been allowed to burn out. The only way to avoid disaster is to relight it in the forge of Findul the firesmith. Taylor and three teammates have been assigned to this mission, but a formidable enemy, one who has eaten of the Tree, stands in their way.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781484927922
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/8/2013
  • Pages: 254
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Michelle Isenhoff writes adventures for kids of all ages. Sometimes they take place in the past, such as her popular Civil War-era Divided Decade Trilogy and The Color of Freedom. Other times they involve fantastical plots or new worlds, as in The Quill Pen and Song of the Mountain. More recently, Michelle had a blast writing the first book in her humorous, high-action Taylor Davis series.

Michelle will never market profanity or controversy to her young audience. Instead, she relies on fun, solid story-telling. She prefers stories with some depth to them, and especially enjoys beautifully crafted language and a hero who grows and learns and changes. Michelle often receives emails from grown-ups (as old as 79) who encourage her to keep writing for "us kids!"
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2013

    My sons loved this book. It reminded us a great deal of Rick Rio

    My sons loved this book. It reminded us a great deal of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series. It was funny with nothing inappropriate. We can't wait for the next one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 4, 2014

    I thought this book was pretty awesome. How would you take it, i

    I thought this book was pretty awesome. How would you take it, if while trying to grab a hamburger, a girl grabs it first and then out of NOWHERE the floor cracks and they fall into a huge cavern? And then meet their personal guardian angels, are told of their role in a mission. Yeah, it is like the whole world is inside out and upside down.

    They even get to visit heaven -- on the "STAFF" side. The other side is for "residents" and that is more permanent than a couple of teens are ready for.

    Their mission is to re-light the sword of Findul. Fundul is an angel who hasn't been seen in a long, long time. On the chase are some REALLY bad guys looking for Findul to control the flame.

    The adventures are full of emotional realities from both adventurers and their angels. It feels more real this way. The tribulations they face bring out qualities they did not even know they had-- and insecurities, too.

    On the other hand, did I mention GADGETS: A whole world of wonderful gadgets. Which they need, because when angels have enemies, you better believe the enemies are BIG TROUBLE.

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