If there is anyone in the world who loves medieval stories, then this is a perfect choice for you.
If there is anyone in the world who loves medieval stories, then this is a perfect choice for you. For one, it's set in medieval times, when people used words like, "thus" and "thy." A character, who I'm sure many people can relate to is Renee, the main character of the story who also must help save her kingdom, or face leaving The Academy. Along the storyline, Renee meets cunningly charming Korish Savoy, who eventually must accept help from her. Then there's Alec, the best friend with many secrets, and talents hidden beneath his gentle nature. Between not knowing what was coming next, and being genuinely intrigued by the precision-crafted word choices, I was left sitting on the edge of my chair throughout the whole book. As a reviewer, I think that this book is a great choice, but a caution to younger children, for there is some inappropriate language usage in parts of the book. If you ever are in a book store, I highly suggest that you look for "The Cadet of Tildor," that is of coarse if you aren't already reading a good book. Overall, I believe that this book deserves a rating of 8.0 out of a total of 10.