Friday, August 13, 2010
Book Review - Brigitta of the White Forest by Danika Dinsmore
Written by: Danika Dinsmore
Soft cover: 208 pages
Publisher: en theos press
ISBN 10: 0-9754042-5-3
ISBN 13: 978-0975-404256
Published: Spring 2010
Brigitta longs to find her place in the White Forest. Always one to daydream and to question authority her progress to achieve changes to her wings to mark her destiny does not come easy for Brigitta. Coupled with her endless responsibility to look out for her younger sister, Himalette, Brigitta struggles to break free.
Until the day while on an errand with Himalette on the outskirts of the White Forest an eerie hush blankets the White Forest turning all fairies and creatures to stone. Except for Brigitta and Himalette and the Hourglass, which protects the White Forest. With the sands of time slipping away, Brigitta wishes she could just turn the Hourglass over to continue the protection to the White Forest. Alas, this was not to be for the Ancients long ago set the law in place that only the Elder’s had the knowledge and power to do so.
Forced to seek help outside the White Forest, Brigitta and Himalette embark on their journey to save all within the White Forest. Will Brigitta and Himalette be able to decipher the legends and folklore as they come to life with good versus evil intertwined? For all is not as it appears. Who is friend? Who is foe? One does not know until decisions are made and actions are set in place.
Come along on this magical journey of discovering ones true destiny in most unusual circumstances.
To learn more about author, Danika Dinsmore visit: http://thewhiteforest.com/.