Book One of The Darkwolf Saga
Finding a magical key was easy. Staying alive, however…
The dirt-encrusted key didn’t look like much, but when bullied teen Geoff inadvertently activates it, he is suddenly thrust into a strange and beautiful world. It doesn’t help that he’s accompanied by Sawyer, his chief tormentor at school, but there is a silver lining in that intelligent, compassionate Jane is also with them. Soon the three teenagers encounter evil orcs, majestic unicorns, dangerous trolls, and a mysterious elven druid who doesn’t care for humans.
Together, they must make their way back home before the new world they find themselves in erupts in war. Along the way, they’ll be tested to the limits of their endurance—and discover hidden powers deep within. But will those powers be enough to stop the ravenous werewolf that is stalking them?
Unicorns Do Exist!
Our thoughts about the first book in the Darkwolf Saga:
Every once in a while, I stumble into a writer with skills that thoroughly entertains and captivates my attention. This would be Mitch Reinhardt. I just finished reading an outstanding book, Wizard’s Key: The Darkwolf Saga Book 1, by this writer who possesses a remarkable and complex imagination. It’s been a long time since I read a book that transported me into adolescence. What a wonderful flashback! While reading the Wizards Key, I was teleported back to a boy filled with excitement and wonder. This is a tale filled with magic and well-developed characters, including Orcs, Dwarves, Elves, and a whole cast of other mysterious and elaborate beings.
I loved the three teenagers, Geoff, Jane, and Sawyer. This very unlikely trio bonds eloquently in this unexpected mystical journey thanks to the storytelling skill of this author. My favorite cast member would be the majestic rare white unicorn. This beautiful creature made for heartfelt and touching interaction that moved me on a level that I will not soon forget. I highly recommend this compelling read to everyone and anyone that likes to be consumed and transported into a great piece of literature. I must mention that I felt that the proofing and editing were done with love and pride. The cover art was the cherry on top of this excellent piece that screamed quality.