Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul By Michelle Isenhoff

taylordavisTaylor Davis and the Flame of Findul
By Michelle Isenhoff
256 pages – ages 9+
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on May 8, 2013

Taylor Davis didn’t want to move to the Caribbean. He didn’t want to have his school cheeseburger stolen by a girl six inches taller than him named Elena. He also didn’t want to save the world with Elena, an eccentrically dressing guardian angel, and a pink handbag to hold the most important sword in the world. Taylor didn’t have much of a choice. He got that sword after he met the immortal Davy Jones falling in to a pit that swallowed up Elena. Davy Jones gave Taylor the sword and told him it is a flaming sword that guards the Tree of Life in the garden of Eden, but the flame has gone out because of a terrible mistake made by his guardian angel. Taylor has to find the smith that made the sword and relight it. Taylor, Elena and their guardian angels set out on a dangerous mission to save the world.  He must also stop the evil Bartholomew Swain (a horrible pirate who ate a rotten piece of fruit from the Tree of Life) from finding Taylor and Findul and taking over the world.

I LOVED THIS BOOK!!! It is so action-packed! The plot is totally unique, I am amazed at how authors can come up with such cool story ideas.. The characters are very realistic. I like Taylor a lot – he acts a lot like a normal boy would act under these circumstances. That makes him very real to me. I like the plot a lot and how it has angels and Davy Jones mixed in. 😉  I also like how Mrs. Isenhoff has a religious twist to the story, but it is totally an action adventure plot. Mrs. Isenhoff’s book are totally clean and appropriate for all ages. I like how Mrs. Isenhoff writes with a bunch of humor in her stories. I think humor in kids books, especially ones that have tense parts, is a great thing to do. I think kids of any age would love this! This is one of those books I think would make a GREAT movie (no never mind – the movie is never as good as the book 😉 ).

I give this book five out of five bookworms and am adding it to my Erik’s Favs shelf!fivebooks

BONUS!!! Get Taylor Davis FREE TODAY!!! GRAB IT HERE!!!

To learn more about Mrs. Isenhoff and her other books, please visit her website HERE.



Categories: Age 9+, Erik's Favs

22 replies

  1. Great review! This one looks terrific 🙂

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  2. Thanks, Erik! I’m glad you had fun with this one. It was a blast to write. (Mostly imagination, very little research.) 🙂

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  3. Well,since you loved it so much, I grabbed myself a FREE copy! Thanks Erik! 🙂

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  4. Sounds like you really loved this one, Erik! Well done, Michelle!

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  5. This sounds fascinating, and definitely action-packed! Thanks for telling us about it, Erik!

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  6. Great review Erik! I have her novel, but haven’t started reading it yet. I love Michelle’s storytelling and have read everything that she has written. Thanks for not giving too much away. Just finished another MG, so hope to start this soon.

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  7. I like when you get excited about a book!! This one sounds pretty cool with a lot going on!! I don’t know if I could keep it all straight!

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  8. Congratulations to Ms. Isenhoff and to you Erik. This is an excellent review of a great sounding novel. = )

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  9. I have this one on my Kindle to read. I loved your review. It sounds like an excellent book. I like when authors include humor in tense spots too! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Michelle Isenhoff is a great storyteller. This sounds like another winner.

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