This is an amazing book. We finally have reached the end; where the main characters must fight against the Mage to save all foxes. We also get to learn more about the wolves such as Farraclaw and his Bishar. You get to see whether or not Haiki was good or bad, as well as see Siffrin return. Isla must team up with the wolf bishar in order to find her brother, which is an interesting concept. More is revealed about the wolves, and they are extremely developed characters. I feel like they could have their own series; with Lop or Farraclaw as the protagonist. This book also deals with serious topics like acceptance, betrayal, cultural differences, and redemption. The ending was also a nice twist with some surprises, and it leaves the reader satisfied. The writing is detailed as usual, and I love the fox point of view. The author doesn't have morals confused like I have seen in other series such as Warriors, and the characters and story are interesting. I like the Elders, as well as a majority of the wolf characters. Each character has strengths and weaknesses as well as good traits and bad ones to keep them realistic and interesting. Even Isla, who is first seen as an overly-merciful typical protagonist turns out to be willing to do whatever she has to for the greater good at her younger age. She also grows up in this book. I long awaited the release of this book, and it did not disappoint. I love the ending, and the story. It wasn't too long, or too short. It may be too dark for younger kids (there is some death, and there is also the villains using a sort of mind control that takes away the free wills of others, though this is shown as horrible and immoral and is what Isla, the main character, is fighting against). I hope to be just as satisfied with Inbali Iserles' other books. Overall, Foxcraft is very deep and intriguing as well as detailed. I highly recommend to read it, as if I say too much, I would spoil the experience.
I like the desperation of the story. I love how the author built the main character, (Isla), and how she reinstated characters from previous books in the series! This is a book I would recommend for readers who like a good animal adventure fantasy book and for the age group of 8-17( though anyone else can read it!) this really is an amazing read that is full of adventure!!!🦄😀🌈🌸🦋🐴🦄💖📕📗📘📙📚📚📕📗📘📙📚📚📕📗📘📙📚📚
What a rush from beginning until the end! The story shows how working together can achieve goodness over evil. Friendships forged in troubled times will last forever! I can't wait to see what to see the next series!
i just love this book series SOOO much! I mean like i could actually IMAGINE the it. also i love how the book series aways takes a turn to the interesting path instead of the happily ever after! i SOOO recommend this series to like, EVERYONE