True Son review by Katiedid.Break
True Son (The Psi Chronicles)
by Lana Krumwiede
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Fiction
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Coldwater, Ohio, United States
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      Gevri is still mad at Taemon for not telling him about the powerless state of Deliverance, and is back on his father’s side. He is leading his own unit of the special Archons that Taemon helped understand their dominion/ Psi. Taemon must make a choice for the people of Deliverance, with both the Nau and the Republik itching to capture Deliverance to attack the other, and get leg up in the war. A new history is revealed that could bring peace to Deliverance and the Republik, but Gevri is captured by the Nau on his way to negotiate. Soon Gevri starts to again doubt his father’s views. Meanwhile everyone in Deliverance still believes Yens is the true son. The Heart of the Earth guides Taemon to the right choice, and in a standoff between the nation his choices are put to the test, and Deliverance will never be the same.  Gevri is still mad at Taemon for not telling him about the powerless state of Deliverance, and is back on his father’s side. He is leading his own unit of the special Archons that Taemon helped understand their dominion/ Psi. Taemon must make a choice for the people of Deliverance, with both the Nau and the Republik itching to capture Deliverance to attack the other, and get leg up in the war. A new history is revealed that could bring peace to Deliverance and the Republik, but Gevri is captured by the Nau on his way to negotiate. Soon Gevri starts to again doubt his father’s views. Meanwhile everyone in Deliverance still believes Yens is the true son. The Heart of the Earth guides Taemon to the right choice, and in a standoff between the nation his choices are put to the test, and Deliverance will never be the same.  

Opinion: 

      I loved the book; it was an epic conclusion to the Psi Chronicles. The author didn’t rush the ending and let the events unfold naturally. Krumwiede made it seems that Psi was really possible. There is more than one antagonist, who give Taemon a run for his Psi.  The concept was amazing and executed nearly flawlessly. There were many twists and turns that keep the reader engaged. And the ending happened the only way it could have.

 

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive

Explain your content rating: 

Nothing bad, a little violence, but no gore.

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