Review – Emily and Jen Dance for Deeron by Jayn E Winslade

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Today we’ve a review from Vjollca..

Emily and Jen Dance for Deeron – Jayn E Winslade

From the very moment Emily & Jen dance in Needwood, they encounter two worlds in one forest. One world is familiar, but the other is full of magic, danger and a battle soon to be lost. Deeron needs their help. In a race against time, Emily & Jen, along with Jen’s dog Bill, become the key to saving a magic herd of deer, a forest, and even their own mortal world. Undertaking a dangerous journey they risk their lives against the White Light of Evil to ‘Dance for Deeron.’ Based around a real life event called the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, Emily & Jen Dance for Deeron is an original and exciting work, blending folklore, fantasy, dance and music into a magical tale of good versus evil and enduring friendship.

This story begins when Emily is sent from her home in the city to spend the summer holidays at Oak Dale Farm with a girl called Jen.  The girls dance in the forest near the farm  and meet a magical herd of deer.  Emily and Jen help Deeron, the leader of the herd of deer, to fight evil Smolder Baggot.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes nature, dancing and adventures.  My favourite character is Deeron, who is kind and brave. The story is very exciting and I couldn’t wait to find out what would happen in the end.

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