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Hawksong
by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes Delacorte Press

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Continual warfare between the people of Hawk's Keep and the Cobriani have decimated the royal families of both and few remain. It is then the decision to try for pece is taken by Danica of Hawk's Keep and Zane Cobriana in spite of expected objections from both families. Can avians and snakes coexist together? This is the question Danica and Zane must answer. In spite of suspicion and age-old hatred on both sides, they agree peace is their only hope for survival. Talented author Amelia Atwater-Rhodes has written a tightly-constructed story that draws the reader into a world of court intrigue where two young leaders must undo the mistakes of previous generations and present a united front against their opponents. A lesson in trust, Hawksong gives the reader something to think about as they read, something above and beyond the usual fantasy romance that marks it as a book well worth reading. Filled with interesting, well-drawn characters and subtle excitement, Hawksong will hold your interest beyond the last page.

 

 
 

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