Book Review: The Young King by Doug Wilson

The third and final installment of this trilogy, and it didn’t disappoint. The final battle between good and evil. I loved that the characters had now matured into young adults (teenagers), and had developed their abilities. Peter and Siobhan explore the depths of their friendship in a lighthearted manner and that was awesome. Siobhan is a fierce character and a natural fighter.
In this book we see the ancient societies, such as the Roman legions and commanders – which is such a neat inclusion.
I personally liked the dynamics of one of the villains, Wulfric.
This book is a great ending and closure for the trilogy. I recommend this book to all aged eleven and older.

Book Review: The Time Road by Doug Wilson.

This is the second book in ‘The Changeling Warriors’ Trilogy. Doug further expands the adventure of Siobhan and Peter into further realms of fantasy and myth. The characters have grown and developed. Here we see them set off on a wild adventure to save Meriline, a druid, from evil, and they meet some colourful and beloved characters along their way. Robin Hood and a great Knight of old, a pirate captain, and many other characters.
I loved the concept of the ‘time road’ in this book. Walking a road back through time, and visiting different eras and the people within those realms, was really fantastic imagery. I loved the dragons, and goblins, bears, and vikings. It really was a fantastic book that kept me entertained and wanting to read more. 

Book Review: The Changeling Warriors by Doug Wilson.

This is the first book in the trilogy. I loved the adventure and fantastical ideas that bring this book to life. Blending reality with the mythical realm. Fairies, dark prince, leprechauns, hell horses, and so much more. I loved the budding friendship that stems between the main characters, and as they make new friends.
I love how this book turns sexual stereotypes on its head. And the age old battle of good versus evil, makes for a very exciting read.
The story definitely leaves me wanting more, and knowing that this is only the beginning for the main characters, Siobhan and Peter.