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By Richard Denoncourt | Comments: ( 230 ) | Date: ( Jan 29, 2020 )

alternate cover edition for ASIN B00DHZRCECMilo Banks was just 14 years old when it happened the most confusing and electrifying event of his life It began when his father showed an ability of superhuman strength that couldn t possibly be real Then his mother made the light glow from her hands.After that, Milo didn t know what to believe Suddenly, his hometown of Dearalternate cover edition for ASIN B00DHZRCECMilo Banks was just 14 years old when it happened the most confusing and electrifying event of his life It began when his father showed an ability of superhuman strength that couldn t possibly be real Then his mother made the light glow from her hands.After that, Milo didn t know what to believe Suddenly, his hometown of Dearborn, New Jersey has become a place where anything can happen and his family is trying desperately to keep it a secret.When a mysterious sorcerer dressed in black appears at Milo s school, all of Milo s fears and anxieties become a living nightmare Everything his parents have told him has been a lie the Banks family is actually from a different world, and they have enemies who will stop at nothing to hunt them down and kill them.When Milo and Emma find themselves trapped in another realm without their parents, they will have to rely on their superhuman potential as well as a rowdy group of orphan misfits who might be the best friends they never had to save a world on the brink of annihilation.

  • Title: Savant
  • Author: Richard Denoncourt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Richard Denoncourt

Richard Denoncourt is the author of supernatural thrillers, epic fantasy, sci fi fiction He studied literature and political philosophy at Colgate University and received an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School in New York City He currently lives near Boston.

Comments Savant

  • Isobel

    ETA: My review of this book, below, was of an earlier version. A lot of the things I picked out as problematic are now removed or improved and I am looking forward to finding out what happens next. Kudos to Richard for his generous and gracious response to my review.There are things that I really liked about this. The Gods' races and magical gifts and the realm of Astros were really interesting and I did want to know how the war played out.The thing is, the misogyny is incredibly off putting. Mi [...]

  • iamjenai

    I had high hopes when I started reading this book. Milo Bank's story is engaging the first quarter of the book. It was a quick read, loved his family, mom, pop, and his twin sister Emma. I love to read history, very much. But I was too distracted with the casts of the story. It has too many characters which is hard for me to tell who's who. I know I said before as long as they are connected, it doesn't matter. I guess I was wrong. This is the book I had to take note of the characters (Milo's fam [...]

  • Amanda

    My 11 year old son and I both read this book. The characters are believable and their personalities work well together. The creativity with the story does not leave your imagination lacking. My son says "This was an awesome book, I can't wait to read the next one!" (I personally think that says it all).I received this book for free through First Reads.

  • Carrie

    This was a pretty good read. The 1st few chapters were hard for me because of all the info that is thrown at you. But once you know what everything is and it gets into the story it was very well written. I am looking forward to reading the next one. the characters were well built and you want them to succeed.

  • Ayhriel

    Amazing book; didn't want it to end, but couldn't put it down last night until it was finished. Really wanting to read the next one. Warning: definite cliff-hanger ending. This was a First Reads book.

  • Deranged Pegasus

    I am so thankful for First Reads for allowing me to get this book. I have not yet had a chance to read it but once I do I will be sure to update this review.

  • Stephen

    Good and cute storyI had honestly considered stopping with this story, and not progressing with the series like I have with so many before, but the end of it gripped and made me really reconsider. The unending was written very well to bring you into the second book. But that isn't to say that the rest isn't good, it's simply on a different level. It has cute romance portions in it as well as intense fighting scenes.

  • jim

    Hard to put downStrong characters bound together in a fight not just to survive, but to defeat evil as their goal. A rapid paced story with action, adventure, loss, heartache and most of all, love. I would highly recommend to fans of this genre.

  • Aviar Savijon

    SavantA great magical fantasy epically unfolds in the book that was exceptionally written by Richard Denoncourt. I Loved it. You will too.

  • Becky A

    This book was phenomenal! From the beginning, the story of Milo Banks and his twin sister, Emma, was spellbinding. I liked being completely enveloped into a fantasy world filled with sorcerers, people that can fly and transform into animals and invincible, stronger-than-ever warriors. Milo and Emma have a twin connection that creates a powerful relationship early in the book. The friends that they meet along their journey have such distinct personalities that it is easy to empathize with them. I [...]

  • Troy

    This was another First Reads giveaway book for me and it was a truly surprising read. Once I started into Milo Banks and the Tower of Light (now Savant), I felt as though I was settling into a simplistic novel, but little did I know, there was a fantastically engrossing adventure afoot. Milo and Emma are two young twin siblings leading ordinary lives, not aware of a greater world of magic and mystery surrounding them. As the book progressed, the details became richer and the characters took roo [...]

  • Ruth M Collins

    A 5 star readThis book kept me enthralled the whole time I was reading. For a fantasy or out of the realm of this world it captures the imagination and takes the reader into itself. I had a very hard time putting it down so I could sleep. The idea that there is other worlds of which we are unaware of let's the reader believe of a place we might come from instead of where we are. To think we could have special powers that we know nothing about makes the reader want to become something special. I [...]

  • Timothy Mcnamara

    This is a coming of age fantasy book. This book revolves around 15 year old twins Milo and Emma who are sent to the world of Astros after Milo sees his father use supernatural abilities and soon after Milo throws fire out of his own hands.This book has everything a traditional fantasy book hasmagic checkbad guy(s) checksecrets checklove intrests checkmore twits and turns in this story than there is in a maze.My imagination was able to run wild here with the descriptions of the people the races a [...]

  • Ron Sturm

    A great start to a coming of age story that has something for everyone. Twins, one boy and one girl, are brought to us by the author in a mix of action packed adventure, magic, other world beings that keeps you reading till you get done. You get to know Milo and Emma as they learn about their world(s) magic, and mystery.If you like coming of age stories and magic, then this is a must read for you!

  • Carl Ellis

    I must say great work. It is by far the best book I have read this year. I know it's a little early in the year to say so, but I know it'll be on the top five come Dec. The storyline, characters, world building, all of it was amazing. I like the luminether idea , how it can be used for science and magic. Your book has me day dreaming all day about what a world like that would be like. So again, thank you for all your hard work. I can not wait for Feral to be released!

  • Blake Miller

    This was such a great book! I found myself enjoying it throughout. I was a little hesitant at first, but after "opening" the book (e-book) I found myself enthralled with the world. I read this book a few months ago, but cannot wait until the second book comes out. I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in a fantasy novel.

  • Msadventure

    While a story populated with teen-aged protagonists, Savant (aka, Milo Banks and the Tower of Light) had sufficiently adult themes and writing to hold my interest. The characters are well-drawn and have depth to them, even the villians.I intend to hand my copy over to my teen as I am sure that it will capture his interest as well.

  • Jeffery

    I'm about 10% into the book and it was going OK until it starts talking about high school freshmen having recess, which is ridiculous. I'm going to continue reading, but what's next nap time for sophomores? As whole pretty decent.

  • Holly

    Wowjust saw this on for the first time and I'm totally intrigued! Can't wait to read this! (next time I've got a little spending money ;))

  • Jeremy Hawking

    Looking forward to book 2!

  • Stanley Marshall

    Enjoy it is a good book for young adult readersI enjoyed this book it is well written for the target audience and will be a fun read for anyone.

  • AlizeeFisher

    Very good, can't wait till the second one comes out

  • Darby

    Loved the twists and turns. Very inventive writing.

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