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Emily E. (EmilyKat) - , reviewed The Safe-Keeper's Secret (Safe-Keepers, Bk 1) on
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The three books in this series have a lovely fable feel to them. They are very well written and very innocent. Lots of morals and emotion. Not much action. These are the books I recommend for very young but very advanced readers. I would not recommend these to a high school student.
In Fiona's world, people called Safe Keepers hear the secrets of others and do not repeat them to another living soul. Fiona longs to become a Safe Keeper like her mother, but as she grows up, she learns the consequences of keeping some secrets.
Shinn tells this lovely story of Fiona, her adopted brother Reed and their village with a slow, stately pace. There is very little action but much to think about by the book's end.