Wingfeather Saga #2: North! Or Be Eaten!

-SPOILER FREE- When CS Lewis wrote Narnia, he wasn't really writing fantasy - he was playing with "dressed rabbits" - a style of anthropomorphizing pastoral animals and mythic creatures (like centaurs) so as to give the story a magical setting. Basically, however, the creatures all followed rules that were fairly basic to regular humans and … Continue reading Wingfeather Saga #2: North! Or Be Eaten!

Wingfeather Saga #3 & #4: Monster in the Hollows & Warden and the Wolf King

-SPOILER FREE- I could not review the third book in the series, Monster in the Hollows, simply because I wasted few minutes between reading it and reading this one. While I have the big picture items clear between the two, the story just flows so much together that I have a hard time separating them … Continue reading Wingfeather Saga #3 & #4: Monster in the Hollows & Warden and the Wolf King

Wingfeather Saga #1: On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness

A Children's Book Review by Sara Masarik - On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness This is a war story. A compelling, intriguing, sometimes quirky but deeply moral war story. This is the kind of story that helps us believe that we could stand and be counted if called upon to do so. … Continue reading Wingfeather Saga #1: On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness