Title: The Oracle’s Sprite
Author Name & Publisher: Mell Eight (Less Than Three Press)
Publication Date & Length: September 28, 2015 – 73 pgs
At just eighteen years of age, Keir became the leader of the army fighting against the usurper king while Princes Edan and Egan led the navy. At his side, willing to help from time to time, was Sprite.
A friendly ghost, Sprite likes to keep Keir company and occasionally play tricks on Keir’s sister. When the Oracle demands Keir’s presence, he expects Sprite to travel with him.
He doesn’t expect the gale that knocks him overboard and into an adventure that might just kill him.
I thought this book was sweet and I really liked the world this author created.
With this book you get Keir who is a traveling to see the Oracle on a boat. Well he has a spirit that follows him names Sprite. Something ends up happening to the ship which puts Keir in danger.
I thought these two together was sweet but to be honest there was really no steam in this book at all. Also this book was very much a slow build up to me.
You meet a few characters in this book too from I believe the first books in this series. You can also read this as a stand alone I did not feel lost at all and I have not read the previous books. So I do not want to get much more into this book because it was a short book.
So all together I really liked this book and these characters!
When Mell Eight was in high school she wrote a short story for an English class. The assignment was for no more than five pages, yet she had turned in ten and the story wasn’t completed. Her teacher was impressed, but writing stories for fun was her main source of procrastination from homework; handing in an assignment that actually asked her to write fiction was too good to pass up. Since then Mell has continued writing, posting in many online communities for fanfiction and original fiction and eventually branching into slash fiction. She mostly writes paranormal or fantasy stories, but has been seen exploring the real world once or twice.
For more information on Mell’s stories and future writing plans, visit her website.