Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun

Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun

by Kira A. McFadden, Philip A. Lee

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Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Neesie315 More than 1 year ago
An enjoyable book for readers of all ages. If you read and enjoyed the Harry Potter books, I think you will enjoy this one. Frendyl Krune is a young Amuli, ready to start his training as a Knight. Instead, he goes on a seafaring adventure with his Uncle Melroc. Plenty of action and magic, with Frendyl doing some growing up along the way. The author does a good job of character development and world building. It is a little difficult to keep track of the characters because of the unusual names, but it just means that the reader has to pay a little attention to them as they read. I will definitely be looking to read more of the this series.
Levia More than 1 year ago
This was a decent book, and OK for kids. Given that I'm not a middle schooler by a long shot, I believe my experience with the book was different than a kids would be. There were points where I was excited for and proud of the main character and other parts where I could see a bad decision happening and felt sad. Frendyl, while being extra normal because he has wings, is still a typical kid for his age albeit a bit more mature. It does reach a partial conclusion however there is a cliffhanger. A great read, a bit hard for me as an adult to get into at first (despite a love for paranormal genres), but definitely something I'd let my children read when they're older. I voluntarily read this book given to me at no charge by candid reviews and all opinions are my own.
JBronder More than 1 year ago
Frendly is a young Amuli and is just like a normal kid except he has large female mallard wings and the ability to use magic, when he is several years older. Since he is not the eldest of his family, the best he could hope for is to train to be a knight of another lord. That all changes the night when someone breaks out of the prison below his family’s house. It looks like it was someone with great power and that the only way to stop them is to use the Blood of the Sun, the problem is that it is lost and now has become a race to find it. Frendyl is a great kid and decides to take matters into his own hands and help his uncle find the Blood of the Sun to stop whoever escaped the prison. He is off on a great magical ship that flies, meets some new and interesting people, and has lots of adventures in his quest. But it is clear that they are not the only people looking for the Blood of the Sun and those people would be willing to hurt and kill to get there first. This is a great story filled with lots of action and adventure. It would be great for mid grade readers to adults. Plus there are some wonderful illustrations that make the story so much more real. If you are looking for a great action adventure story for your kids or yourself, look no further. This book will become part of your library. I received Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun from Candid Book Reviews for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.