The Keeper Oisin is not sure he wants to be Keeper of the Book of Magic but when his little sister Sorcha is kidnapped by the Morrigan a raven goddess with a heart as dark as her feathers he has to learn how t

  • Title: The Keeper
  • Author: Darragh Martin
  • ISBN: 9781908195845
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • Oisin is not sure he wants to be Keeper of the Book of Magic but when his little sister Sorcha is kidnapped by the Morrigan, a raven goddess with a heart as dark as her feathers, he has to learn how to use the Book for good On his quest to rescue Sorcha, Oisin must conquer the Mountain of Wind, defeat snow snakes and shadow fish and enter the Morrigan s chamber of bone.Oisin is not sure he wants to be Keeper of the Book of Magic but when his little sister Sorcha is kidnapped by the Morrigan, a raven goddess with a heart as dark as her feathers, he has to learn how to use the Book for good On his quest to rescue Sorcha, Oisin must conquer the Mountain of Wind, defeat snow snakes and shadow fish and enter the Morrigan s chamber of bone Can Oisin discover the secret of the Book, so that he can truly become its Keeper and release Sorcha from the grasp of the Morrigan

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    One thought on “The Keeper”

    1. When Oisin (pronounced Usheen) discovers the book of magic, he and his siblings get teleported to the land of the Fey away from Ireland. It is only when the Morrigan gets involved that they are in danger. Can Oisin stop Morrigan's evil plan? Read on and find out for yourself.This was a pretty good read. If you enjoy fantasy stories set in Ireland, then be sure to check this book out at your local library and wherever books are sold.

    2. Where do I begin. So much suspense! It was fantastic!! I felt connections with the characters I have never felt before. They jumped right out of the pages! The message of the book was a real work of art. And this is the first book I have been completely wrong on a prediction! I had to re read to prove the outcome. This book has no flaws and is a must read.

    3. I loved the Irish and the folk tale parts. It was a predictable story of siblings learning to help each other.

    4. Entertaining to read. I learned about Irish mythology, but there was not enough theme and evidence to work with for an in-depth essay.

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