Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul

Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul Against his will Taylor Davis has been sucked into a supernatural world of angels and their adversaries There he learns the Flame of Findul the sword that guards the Tree of Life has been allowed to

  • Title: Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul
  • Author: Michelle Isenhoff
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  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Against his will, Taylor Davis has been sucked into a supernatural world of angels and their adversaries There, he learns the Flame of Findul the sword that guards the Tree of Life has been allowed to burn out The only way to avoid disaster is to relight it in the forge of Findul the firesmith Taylor and three teammates have been assigned to this mission, but a formidabAgainst his will, Taylor Davis has been sucked into a supernatural world of angels and their adversaries There, he learns the Flame of Findul the sword that guards the Tree of Life has been allowed to burn out The only way to avoid disaster is to relight it in the forge of Findul the firesmith Taylor and three teammates have been assigned to this mission, but a formidable enemy, one who has eaten of the Tree, stands in their way.

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    1. Michelle Isenhoff

      MICHELLE ISENHOFF writes for women, teens, and tweens Her work has been reader nominated for a Cybils Award, the Great Michigan Read, and the Maine Student Book Award She s also placed as a semi finalist in the Kindle Book Review Book Awards, a finalist in the Wishing Shelf Book Awards, and earned multiple Readers Favorite 5 Star seals of approval A former teacher and longtime homeschooler, Michelle has written extensively in the children s genre and been lauded by the education community for the literary quality of her work More recently, she has enjoyed writing historical romance for older teens and women Currently, she is relishing the creative freedom of branching out into adult speculative fiction Visit her blog at michelleisenhoff Sign up for her new release newsletter at bit 1bHFqaw Follow her on Facebook at facebook michelleenhoff.

    357 thoughts on “Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul”

    1. 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 [...]


    2. I received this book for free from the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Maybe it’s because I’ve got video games on the brain, but I feel like this would have made a really great RPG-styled video game. It has the elements of a fun one: lots of action, party members with different skills and personalities, and many different areas for the protagonist to explore. Overall, this book was a fun romp through a [...]


    3. Wow, what an adventure! The action begins in the school lunchroom where a very tall girl named Elena steals a cheeseburger from Taylor Davis. That fateful encounter sends them both through a crack in the floor into a world neither of them expects. The unlikely pair is informed by none other than the pirate Davy Jones that the world is doomed unless they relight the Flame of Findul—a sword that, without its flame, cannot properly guard the Tree of Life. Teamed up with a couple of guardian angel [...]


    4. When Taylor Davis moves with his parents from Somerville, New Jersey to the Dominican Republic, little does he know that his life is about to change in more ways than one. On one of his first days at school, after falling through a fissure that suddenly appears in the cafeteria floor, he finds out that he is "the chosen one". The one who has to find the Flame of Findul and relight a sword used to protect the Tree of Life. Along the way he has to deal with his guardian angel, Mike, whom he sees a [...]


    5. I thought this book was pretty awesome. How would you take it, if while trying to grab a hamburger, a girl grabs it first and then out of NOWHERE the floor cracks and they fall into a huge cavern? And then meet their personal guardian angels, are told of their role in a mission. Yeah, it is like the whole world is inside out and upside down. They even get to visit heaven -- on the "STAFF" side. The other side is for "residents" and that is more permanent than a couple of teens are ready for. The [...]


    6. I received this book from the author for an honest review:This book was really enjoyable. It had me literally laughing out loud at certain points, & sitting at the edge of my seat with anticipation of what was going to happen next. The characters in this book are very likeable & the storyline will keep you reading. I loved how the main character Taylor Davis even though he was called felt completely inadequate to accomplish what he was called to do, I mean how many times do we feel like [...]


    7. This book reminded me a lot of Percy Jackson and the Olympians, but, instead of there being Greek gods, goddesses, and monsters, there were Christian aspects (e.g. angels, heaven, and hell) with some made up monsters. Taylor Davis has a great destiny and is tasked with a quest to relight an infamous, special sword. The story is told form the first-person perspective of Taylor Davis, who turns out to be an interesting and entertaining, fun, and at times, funny narrator who reminds me a lot of my [...]


    8. A fun read for boys and girls with tons of action and colourful characters. I enjoyed the places the characters visited as they searched for the evil pirate. Taylor Davis, the reluctant hero, is a believable main character. I highly recommend this book for middle grade readers.



    9. The book was really good. It had tons of adventure and a lot of action. Overall I thought it was great! ~Neighbor Girl (11 yo)



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