Fantasy Book Report: Part 1 of 2
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Spirit Animals: Wild Born Brandon Mull
Elements that qualify my book as fantasy
In my book, one element that shows fantasy is that the animals have special powers which can help the owners fight in battle. Another element is the way animals could be in a dormant stage, on the children's arms. This is not possible for any animals to do in reality, so this qualifies as a fantasy book.
This is where the characters in the story spend most of their time traveling.
The main characters include Conor, Rollan, Meilin and also Abeke. Some of the spirit animals mentioned most were Jhi, Briggan, Essix and also Uraza. These animals and people help save Erdas and the surrounding areas from evil.
The conflict in Wild Born is that Erdas is being harmed by evil, the dark force. Some of those people have lived in ordinary lives throughout towns and cities, until the evil is unleashed by the past creatures/monsters coming back to life. These 4 young children have to stop them before all of Erdas in is their control!
My fantasy book was resolved by killing the bull, Arax. The way they did this was, the troop had teamwork and with a lot of strength, they were able to defeat it. This saved Erdas and all of the towns/ cities inside that area.
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