My review for A Mortal Song By Megan Crewe.

​My review for

A Mortal Song


Megan Crewe

4 out 5 stars!
This book is great, we learn about Ki and Kami. What it means to be a hero whether you are human or have a power.  Sora is a young female who just turned 17 wants to learn all the ways to help others. But her parents always said not now, just be a kid.

But as she is getting ready for her birthday party, she wants to tell them she is not a little kid anymore. That she can handle learning the ways.

A take over happens with ghosts.. Sora’s parents tell her to stay with her bodyguard so to speak. Takeo tells Sora they have to do as her parents wish and not help but hide and speak with Kami Safe Rin.  Who can forsee the future and talks in riddles.

It is there that both learn a secret that has been hidden from Sora her whole life. Sora finds out she isn’t a Kami, but a mortal human and her parents aren’t her parents. As Sora struggles with is lie coming to light, she must put aside what she has learned to help her family and everyone. Takeo and Sora go in search of the real daughter who is Kami because she is the only one who can defeat the ghosts and demon.

Can they make the true daughter listen? Will she realize she has powers to help them? Will other friends they make along the way help? Can Sora out behind her doubt of just being a mortal to help out in this battle? 

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Book details:
A Mortal Song 

by Megan Crewe 

Publication date: September 13th 2016

Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult

Sora’s life was full of magic—until she discovered it was all a lie.
Heir to Mt. Fuji’s spirit kingdom, Sora yearns to finally take on the sacred kami duties. But just as she confronts her parents to make a plea, a ghostly army invades the mountain. Barely escaping with her life, Sora follows her mother’s last instructions to a heart-wrenching discovery: she is a human changeling, raised as a decoy while her parents’ true daughter remained safe but unaware in modern-day Tokyo. Her powers were only borrowed, never her own. Now, with the world’s natural cycles falling into chaos and the ghosts plotting an even more deadly assault, it falls on her to train the unprepared kami princess.
As Sora struggles with her emerging human weaknesses and the draw of an unanticipated ally with secrets of his own, she vows to keep fighting for her loved ones and the world they once protected. But for one mortal girl to make a difference in this desperate war between the spirits, she may have to give up the only home she’s ever known.
“Megan Crewe’s A Mortal Song is engrossing from the first chapter. The world of the kami is beautifully fantastic and delicately drawn, and the switched-at-birth scenario made me instantly feel for both of these resilient, brave girls. A Mortal Song has lots of magic, lots of heart, and lots to love.” -Kendare Blake, author of Three Dark Crowns







Like many authors, Megan Crewe finds writing about herself much more difficult than making things up. A few definite facts: she lives with her husband, son, and three cats in Toronto, Canada (and does on occasion say “eh”), she tutors children and teens with special needs, and she can’t look at the night sky without speculating about who else might be out there.
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