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The world of Gaitan is used to conflict. War has been common place between the northern and southern countries for centuries, but it isn't their hatred which led to the city of Morza's demise. The Chaos Singers would say the Gods came down and cleansed the land in a brilliant light to prepare for the ending of the Era. The common folk would say it was an explosion from the ...more
Kindle Edition, 259 pages
Published December 19th 2015 by Deanna Wiltshire
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Marian Thorpe
May 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
Child of the Light is the first book in by indie author D.M. Wiltshire. Falling squarely into the fantasy genre, Child of the Light is set in a well-realized world, Gaitan, where north and south have been at war for generations. Cael, the prince of the north, is suffering from an agonizing illness that is beyond the knowledge of the Master Healer, Caldor. The answer may lie in the medical knowledge of the province of Morza, but in one searing moment on the night of the 200 Year Moon, Morza – and ...more
McKenzie (Bookishthingsandtea)
A short, and fun fantasy novel if you’re looking for a fleshed out but easy to understand world, and quirky characters. Child of the Light is the first in a series by indie author D.M. Wiltshire, and it follows the Master Healer Caldor, his good friend Foe, and the young child of the light, Liora.

What I appreciated the most out of this novel is that this book is definitely a MG/YA fantasy book, but for a good portion of the beginning, it only follows Caldor (who is far from young). While I’m not
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