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Reviewed by Kathleen Hill for Readers' Favorite
Druids of the Faerie starts off a bit slowly, but develops into a wonderful story of princes and druids, battles and honor. Lewis G. Gazoul tells the story of Baytel, a prince who does not agree with the way his father, the king, is running his kingdom. The king is evil, and the prince's twin brother is becoming even more evil. Prince Baytel cannot understand why he is so different until he escapes the kingdom and finds out who he truly is. Once he discovers why he does not follow his father's evil ways, he must find a way to stop the king before all is lost. His father is out to wage war because his evil greed is insatiable and he doesn't care how many lives he destroys as long as he rules all. Prince Baytel must help save the One Land and the innocent before his father and brother destroy everything.
Lewis G. Gazoul brings life to his characters in Druids of the Faerie. It's not only a war between good and evil, but also father and son, brother and brother. This has all the key ingredients for a fantastic fairy tale, trolls, goblins, demons, druids, faerie, humans, and magic. There is even a bit of romance and mystery. Della, who is in love with Prince Baytel, has to run away from the kingdom, on the advice of the mysterious Harlequin, to escape certain death when the king wages his war. I would recommend Druids of the Faerie to anyone who loves a good fantasy story.