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Will Wilder #1: The Relic of Perilous Falls
by Raymond Arroyo
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Adventure
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Corning, New York, United States
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The book Will Wilder introduces us to a young boy named Will Wilder. Will is a descendant of the legendary Jacob Wilder, founder of Will’s small and humble town named Perilous Falls. Will has always had a special ability - he can see otherworldly creatures that threaten his town. He’s never really thought much of his abilities until an incident at his brother’s birthday party.

Will is tricked into getting a relic that has the power to heal his brother, but it is the town’s only defense against the supernatural. Now he is told that he is the subject of an ancient prophecy and that he is the town’s only hope against the evil that has been terrorizing people all along the river and will soon attack the town itself.

Opinion: 

This was an exceedingly good book. This is definitely a great new addition to the genres of fantasy, fiction, and adventure. It has suspense, adventure, fantastic characters, and witty dialogue. The author wrote the book based on the Catholic faith and added some interesting twists as well. He combined sharing the beliefs of many people with a good story that calls for attention and will be a great success. This book will serve as a model for good literature in the future.

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - religious perspective

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This book, as mentioned above, is written from a Catholic Christian perspective.
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