**May contain Spoilers**
SPARROW IS JUST AN ORDINARY BOY LIVING IN A BACKWOODS VILLIAGE, UNTIL THE DAY HE MEETS PUCKEL ON THE MOUNTAINSIDE.
Puckel grants Sparrow three wishes: the ability to fly, to understand the speech of birds and beasts, and to take shape of any creature or thing. It is the start of an amazing series of adventures for Sparrow and his friends, as they seek to defeat the deadly dragon, to outwit the cunning Polymorphs, and to build a bridge to connect two parallel worlds.
The story is set in a backwoods village. This is no ordinary village though it is a village with no electricity but in every house there are televisions and lights that no villager knows how they work so they assume they don’t work.
The main characters of the story are Sparrow, Puckel, and Kittle.
There were many adventures had by Sparrow and his friends. Each adventure was new and exciting but each of the small adventures related to the one big adventure that was the whole story. The most enjoyable adventure I found was where Sparrow had to outwit the cunning Polymorphs.
The polymorphs are a very cunning creature. They magical powers and with those powers they can quite easily deceive a human. These creatures had taken something and put it someplace it didn’t belong. Sparrow learns about the way the world was created by the Giants and about the giants’ doors and all about the “The Secret Way of The Mountains.” Sparrow had to find the thing that was taken and he also had to find his friends who had been taken by the Polymorphs using “The Secret Way of The Mountains”.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I liked everything about it from the characters to the plot. The characters interacted well with each of the other characters. The plot was so interesting that it made me want to keep reading on. I found the transition from each book good because there was no explain of things that had happened previously. It just went straight into the next adventure.
This book is well worth reading if you’re into dragons and magic and putting things in their rightful place.
I give this book a 5/5 as I thoroughly enjoyed it.