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Jessica Khoury brings her masterful world-building and emotional depth to a brand-new fantasy series. In a world where everyone is born with wings, stone monsters prowl the skies, hunting those who dare to fly too high. In the Clandoms, everyone is born with wings, with tight-knit communities formed around bird types: Jay, Falcon, Crow. Ellie Meadows dreams of growing up to Jessica Khoury brings her masterful world-building and emotional depth to a brand-new fantasy series. In a world where everyone is born with wings, stone monsters prowl the skies, hunting those who dare to fly too high. In the Clandoms, everyone is born with wings, with tight-knit communities formed around bird types: Jay, Falcon, Crow. Ellie Meadows dreams of growing up to join the Goldwings -- the famed knights who defend all the people of the Clandoms. It was a Goldwing, after all, who saved her life on that terrible day her parents were killed. There's just one problem: Ellie is a Sparrow, and the Goldwings are almost invariably picked from the higher clans like Eagles and Ospreys. This rigid hierarchy means that Ellie is destined to become a farmer. Determined to honor her parents' memories and prove herself worthy of the Goldwings, Ellie sets out on her own for the capital. But her journey will be dangerous. Foul creatures called gargols lurk behind every cloud, ready to slay anyone unlucky enough to be caught outside in a storm -- just as Ellie's family was. Soon her path intertwines with a colorful band of fellow outcasts, each with their own aspirations... and their own secrets. Ellie's new friends offer not just roadside companionship. They'll challenge her ideas of right, wrong, and what truly makes a hero.


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Jessica Khoury brings her masterful world-building and emotional depth to a brand-new fantasy series. In a world where everyone is born with wings, stone monsters prowl the skies, hunting those who dare to fly too high. In the Clandoms, everyone is born with wings, with tight-knit communities formed around bird types: Jay, Falcon, Crow. Ellie Meadows dreams of growing up to Jessica Khoury brings her masterful world-building and emotional depth to a brand-new fantasy series. In a world where everyone is born with wings, stone monsters prowl the skies, hunting those who dare to fly too high. In the Clandoms, everyone is born with wings, with tight-knit communities formed around bird types: Jay, Falcon, Crow. Ellie Meadows dreams of growing up to join the Goldwings -- the famed knights who defend all the people of the Clandoms. It was a Goldwing, after all, who saved her life on that terrible day her parents were killed. There's just one problem: Ellie is a Sparrow, and the Goldwings are almost invariably picked from the higher clans like Eagles and Ospreys. This rigid hierarchy means that Ellie is destined to become a farmer. Determined to honor her parents' memories and prove herself worthy of the Goldwings, Ellie sets out on her own for the capital. But her journey will be dangerous. Foul creatures called gargols lurk behind every cloud, ready to slay anyone unlucky enough to be caught outside in a storm -- just as Ellie's family was. Soon her path intertwines with a colorful band of fellow outcasts, each with their own aspirations... and their own secrets. Ellie's new friends offer not just roadside companionship. They'll challenge her ideas of right, wrong, and what truly makes a hero.

30 review for Sparrow Rising

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maleeha Siddiqui

    I loved this. The cast of characters is a delight (my personal favorite is Nox) and the worldbuilding is easy to understand. What a great, unique MG fantasy! I'm excited for Book 2 to see where the story heads next. I loved this. The cast of characters is a delight (my personal favorite is Nox) and the worldbuilding is easy to understand. What a great, unique MG fantasy! I'm excited for Book 2 to see where the story heads next.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Colleen Earle

    I would have been so into this when I was younger. The premise is very creative. I loved the birds Serious dissection of racism and classism throughout the book in a kid friendly way. Will definitely be reading more from this series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Hammelef

    I will be recommending this middle grade fantasy book to everyone and can't wait for book two! The world building is some of the best I've ever encountered; the author created a fantasy world that never pulled me out or stopped me from believing that these human-like characters born with wings weren't real. And speaking of characters, these all popped off the pages and I soared with them, following their adventures and flights into danger. Each character is unique, well-fleshed out with flaws an I will be recommending this middle grade fantasy book to everyone and can't wait for book two! The world building is some of the best I've ever encountered; the author created a fantasy world that never pulled me out or stopped me from believing that these human-like characters born with wings weren't real. And speaking of characters, these all popped off the pages and I soared with them, following their adventures and flights into danger. Each character is unique, well-fleshed out with flaws and motivations and pasts. I felt the pacing was perfect and I never wanted to stop reading. Every action and word and thought propelled the story forward and I never felt the plot dragging. Overall, this is an amazing middle grade fantasy with the perfect amount of suspense and danger. The friendships felt like found family and I can't wait to fly with Ellie, Nox, Twig, and Gussie again.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Angel

    I LOVED this flipping book!!! It was so good it pained me whenever I had to set it down. And when it finished I cried because I have to wait a whole six months for the second one!!!!! Why!?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shaunna

    I loved this one and can’t wait for book 2! #LittleSparrowGirl #DontGoChasingMoonMoths

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Intriguing fantasy book (complete with maps) that would be good for readers of Sutherland's Wings of Fire series. E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Intriguing fantasy book (complete with maps) that would be good for readers of Sutherland's Wings of Fire series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Cash (Mixtape Theology)

    My 10 year old said, “It was awesome.” My only con is the inclusion of “follow your heart” type messages in the story.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Đức Nhật

    25/06/2021: After that book with amazing Audible production, it's hard not to put this book up on TBR List UwU 13/08/2021: This book took a while. I enjoyed the story, the worldbuilding, the plot. This story is for children in the sense that it was very predictable, the message was clear and straight-forward. But the violence portrayed was kinda unsuitable for kids around 10 years old. Even I got a little uncomfortable reading this. The world kinda resembles the monarchy with the emphasis on the cl 25/06/2021: After that book with amazing Audible production, it's hard not to put this book up on TBR List UwU 13/08/2021: This book took a while. I enjoyed the story, the worldbuilding, the plot. This story is for children in the sense that it was very predictable, the message was clear and straight-forward. But the violence portrayed was kinda unsuitable for kids around 10 years old. Even I got a little uncomfortable reading this. The world kinda resembles the monarchy with the emphasis on the classes, discrimination and acceptance in a heavily divided world. From there we had some point of views from the outsiders, the low-class people. It pretty much resembles the real world. But here, people have wings. So it's much more fun and action-packed. The ending is rather disappointing, but I will definitely look out for book 2.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    This was really good! I thought it was quite an original tale, but that makes sense for books are where the fresh ideas happen more often. There are some things I want to highlight starting from the top. Cover Overall, I like the cover on its own power. I like the art style and the coloring. Those are all good. The problem is when comparing it to the actual contents. For me, I thought the book was darker than what the cover suggests. Yes, there are some shadows, but overall I would describe the c This was really good! I thought it was quite an original tale, but that makes sense for books are where the fresh ideas happen more often. There are some things I want to highlight starting from the top. Cover Overall, I like the cover on its own power. I like the art style and the coloring. Those are all good. The problem is when comparing it to the actual contents. For me, I thought the book was darker than what the cover suggests. Yes, there are some shadows, but overall I would describe the cover as bright and shiny. I think there need to be darker hue colors, if you want the cover to match the book's insides. Bird Clans I hope as the series progress we see more clans based on the different bird species. I would be curious to know if the author would include more exotic birds or flightless birds. I would say no on the flightless birds, because there seems to be a focus on flying. Yet, I think it would be an interesting concept. In terms of exotic, I would like to see how the author would do the Flamingo Clan, if she decided to do a clan of flamingos. Flamingos get their pink coloring, due to shrimp. Would the Flamingo Clan be near the ocean or on an island to ensure they have the pink coloring or would their wings be a different color, due to diet? Line Gems There were some lines that I was like "Oooh, I like that!" or "Oooh, that is some powerful stuff." Some I am not sure if I can find again. 1. "It was a beautiful day to challenge fate." I just like how that sounds. Read it aloud. Savor the words. 2. "'Hope?' he replied. 'Can you eat hope? Can you wrap it around yourself to stay warm, or hide under it when the sky is full of gargols? Hope is empty. Hope is waiting for other people to solve your problems instead of doing it yourself.'" While I cannot approve of this quote, I respect the emotions and feelings behind it. This is from someone who just feels so defeated by the world or at least if he admits it. This catches your attention. 3. "...when the rules are designed to break you, you have to break the rules." I am not sure how I feel about this one. I chafe at the concept of breaking rules, but if the rule goes against a higher rule then I guess you do break it? I have to ruminate on this one. Nox-Beginning I called it! I called it as soon as I was read it. I mean come on! He's a Crow! If you knew anything about crows then you would call it, too. If it was Magpies then would probably be even more obvious. I was hoping he might be a little bit different and be like George Cooper after he gave up his previous way of life, but that was not the case. A Bit Dark In this book, the people all have wings. The one of the highest punishments you can receive is getting your wings cut. That was shocking to me, because how it was described was just seem a little too dark for a juvenile book. There were some other moments that just seem a little too dark. Zain and Ellie This relationship hurts. You want it to be fix so badly, but there is a lot of unresolved issues. Thoughts on Authority I am not a fan on how authority is presented here. In theory, there is nothing wrong with an authority that rules over others. The issue is when an individual abuses power or does not act in the best interest of the people. Like with everything, we have to be discerning with the different threads. This is something that I am learning. I much rather deal with the bulldozer to get rid of any possible shady thread, instead of taking a scalpel to separate each thread an determine its quality and worth for there is anxiety about making sure you weigh the thread "correctly." Nox-Ending Whoah! I did not see it coming, but I was so excited when things started to click. Listen to this: "'You know why I'm terrified of fire?' he asked as his hands closed around her staff and gently pulled it away. 'It's not because I'm scared it'll burn me.'" This was such a cool thing, because it made me think of Bruce Banner in Avengers when he said "That's my secret, Cap" before he drop the reveal. The same thing happen here. We also learn more about Nox on page 261 and that sent so many theories in my head swirling, which I will discuss indirectly in the next section. I mean the reaction of the king shows that Nox and his family are important on page 262. The Crow Clan Okay, I have several theories. One theory is the Crows were like the Eagles, but something happen like in Rosaria Munda's Fireborne and the Crows were left in their current state. Second theory has to do with Aron the Fool (page 67) and the truth behind Nox's fire fear. Based on the stories about Aron the Fool, it sounds like he belongs to a certain clan. When looking at the different legends, look at what word keeps showing up in 3 of the stories. What bird is that word usually associated with? Third theory the Crows were not like the Eagles, but they were the right hand folks of the clan who did, if the trait that Nox has could be rampant among the entire clan, and some clan overthrow the current ruling clan and the Crows. With this theory, it would be hilarious if it was a Turkey Clan. You see Benjamin Franklin wanted the Turkey to represent America, instead of the Eagle. Bottom line: the status of this clan and its duration does not happen for no normal reason. There is some trickery going on. I think it will lie around Aron the Fool and the gargols. Verdict: I am so excited for the next book!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lea M

    Such a sweet fantastical read. I can't wait to see where the rest of the series goes. Such a sweet fantastical read. I can't wait to see where the rest of the series goes.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Carina Olsen

    I could not have picked a better book to read after a month of not reading at all. This gorgeous thing was everything I wanted it to be. Every kind of perfect. Jessica is such an amazing author and I have adored all of her books. Her writing is incredible and I had no issues with connecting to this story and these characters. There is so much going on in this book. I loved every moment of it. It was fully awesome. So much fantasy and epic and exciting. Also, evil and a little heartbreaking at tim I could not have picked a better book to read after a month of not reading at all. This gorgeous thing was everything I wanted it to be. Every kind of perfect. Jessica is such an amazing author and I have adored all of her books. Her writing is incredible and I had no issues with connecting to this story and these characters. There is so much going on in this book. I loved every moment of it. It was fully awesome. So much fantasy and epic and exciting. Also, evil and a little heartbreaking at times too. Which is just how I like it. The book is told from two point of views, Ellie and Nox. Mostly Ellie, though. And I loved them both beyond words. This whole world created was beyond thrilling to read about. Oh. First, Jessica drew her own map for this one. Which is stunning. She is fully talented. And the map is awesome. And oh, I badly loved that everyone in this world is born with wings. It's the best. They are all divided into clans. Because they all have different wings. Our main girl, Ellie, is a Sparrow. And our main boy, Nox, is a Crow. And we get to see so many different ones. They all have different strengths and skills. I loved that so very much. Ellie is supposed to become a farmer, like the rest of her clan. Because she is very small, and her wings are shorter. Ever since her parents were killed by a gargol when she was six, leaving her an orphan, she has dreamed of becoming a Goldwing. Which is sort of like the military of this book. They are what everyone looks up to. The strongest people that protects everyone. And Ellie is determined to be one of them. Even when everyone around her say that is impossible. That Sparrows are not meant to be more than what they are. But she does not listen. There is a race to become a Goldwing. The strongest flyers will win. Ellie has trained for years for it. And it was so amazing to read about her dreams, how she wanted more for herself. She was the best person. Okay, sure, Ellie did believe a little too much in the goodness of people, but she was honest and true. Mostly. I adored every part of her. And getting to know her was the very best. I shall not write much more about the story. Only that she goes on a journey to get to enter the race, hoping to become what she has always dreamed of. She ends up travelling with three thieves. Nox and Gussie and Twig. They were fully awesome. Despite tricking her into helping them steal something special. I grew to love all three of them. This book was very much an adventure. Ellie did so much she had never done before. She learned new things about herself and the world. I loved her growing friendship with all three of them. I loved reading about her trying to make her dreams come true. What happened with that was both amazing and fully heartbreaking. Hmph. But I loved it so. I just loved this book to pieces. This world was incredible. The characters were the very best. And I loved the story too. But oh, how I need more now, haha. So good. I have so many questions after finishing this book. Are the stone gargols that hunt and kill people during cloudy weather and storms actually evil? I mean, sure, they kill. But there must be a reason for why. I blame the Eagle clan, ha. So curious, though. What more can the skystone do? I am so excited to find out. Why is the wingrot a thing, is someone causing it on purpose? Will Ellie manage to change things, to change who is in charge, which most definitely must be changed? I can't wait to know all of these things. Sparrow Rising was everything I had hoped it would be. Full of adventure and fun and heartbreak. I have always dreamed of flying, so reading about this world where everyone has wings was the best. Though it did make me all kinds of jealous too, haha. There was not a single thing about this book that I didn't love. The characters were the very best. A litttle rude at times, but I loved them so. I only wish to know much more about this world and what will happen next. And so I am beyond thankful that this is a series. Eee. Huge thank you to Jessica for sending me this ARC to read and love. So thankful to Alyssa for helping me get it to Norway. I shall treasure it always. And cannot wait to get the gorgeous hardcover edition of it in early August too. It will look fully beautiful. As that cover is the very best. Eee. I cannot wait to read this book again, before book two is out. Which I hope will be soon, as I badly need to know what will happen next. So very excited. You all need to read this amazing middle grade book. It is full of heart and courage. --- This review was first posted on my blog, Carina's Books, here: https://carinabooks.blogspot.com/2021...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jan farnworth

    What I loved : The bird's serious dissection of racism and classes throughout the book in a kid-friendly way. Our main character is a sparrow, the smallest and lowest of the clans—being so small and the weakest, not expected to fight or do much beyond a meager lifestyle. Ellie is determined to be so much more than that; she wants to be a Goldwing and has studied all about them and is determined to win the ascension race to honor her parents' memories. What Left Me Wanting More: I wanted to know What I loved : The bird's serious dissection of racism and classes throughout the book in a kid-friendly way. Our main character is a sparrow, the smallest and lowest of the clans—being so small and the weakest, not expected to fight or do much beyond a meager lifestyle. Ellie is determined to be so much more than that; she wants to be a Goldwing and has studied all about them and is determined to win the ascension race to honor her parents' memories. What Left Me Wanting More: I wanted to know more about the gargouls who terrorize the birds of all ranks. I wanted to learn more about the extraordinary power we discover that Nox has why does he have it. One other thing that I wanted to know more about is the Crow clan fall into disgrace. Final Verdict: "What you think of as weakness are actually your strengths. You've just got to use them right." Ellie is a small sparrow, but that doesn't mean that's a weakness, and when Ellie starts to realize that, the story takes off. A lot of great gems to be found in this unique tale.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Critter

    Ellie has dreamed of becoming a Goldwing since the fatal day when her parents were killed. Despite her dream, she is destined to be a farmer because of the clan she was born in. The hierarchal system has already assigned her a role, but she is determined to defy her destiny. On her journey to become a Goldwing, she meets a group of outcasts that will cause her to question everything she thinks she knows. This was a fantastic first book to the series. I absolutely loved the characters and they ar Ellie has dreamed of becoming a Goldwing since the fatal day when her parents were killed. Despite her dream, she is destined to be a farmer because of the clan she was born in. The hierarchal system has already assigned her a role, but she is determined to defy her destiny. On her journey to become a Goldwing, she meets a group of outcasts that will cause her to question everything she thinks she knows. This was a fantastic first book to the series. I absolutely loved the characters and they are well fleshed out. They had great character arcs and even some of the twists surprised me. I loved getting to know all of the characters, which included the side characters who were just as interesting as the main characters. The world building is fantastic and I loved how the avian features were integrated into the characters. The ending was intriguing on where the journey will continue and I am already excited for the next book in the series. I received a copy from a Goodreads giveaway.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    I plucked this out of my recent Edelweiss downloads more or less on a whim, and couldn't put it down; like, literally I sat down and read it straight through in about 2 hours. I was expecting something a bit fluffy and formulaic, and while a lot of the expected beats of high concept middle grade fantasy (in this case, a world where all humans have bird wings and are sorted into clans according to what type of bird their wings belong to) are there, this novel has meaning and emotion invested in t I plucked this out of my recent Edelweiss downloads more or less on a whim, and couldn't put it down; like, literally I sat down and read it straight through in about 2 hours. I was expecting something a bit fluffy and formulaic, and while a lot of the expected beats of high concept middle grade fantasy (in this case, a world where all humans have bird wings and are sorted into clans according to what type of bird their wings belong to) are there, this novel has meaning and emotion invested in those classic tropes. It also has some genuine moral dilemmas, alongside lots of dynamic action, clear character arcs, and mysteries embedded in the worldbuilding--all the ingredients for a new series that's fun, likely to be popular, and yes, _good_. This review is based on an ARC; the book is scheduled for release in July 2021.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Leiana Day

    The best book I've read in a long time. I don't have time for a long review right now, but this book is 100% worth reading. Worldbuilding, character depth, even questions of morality—this book has it all. My only (small!) concerns are the presence of "dark magic" (which, as far as I can tell, is only labeled as such because very small spoiler (view spoiler)[ magic's existence is a threat to the corrupted leaders (hide spoiler)] ) and that the wording "follow your heart!" is used instead of the b The best book I've read in a long time. I don't have time for a long review right now, but this book is 100% worth reading. Worldbuilding, character depth, even questions of morality—this book has it all. My only (small!) concerns are the presence of "dark magic" (which, as far as I can tell, is only labeled as such because very small spoiler (view spoiler)[ magic's existence is a threat to the corrupted leaders (hide spoiler)] ) and that the wording "follow your heart!" is used instead of the book's more accurate message of "follow your conscience and use your head". Fantastic book otherwise. Great for kids 8+

  16. 4 out of 5

    hallie bertling

    this book was so much fun! kids will easily see themselves as one of the misfit band of characters: out to prove to the world that tries to keep them down that they are smart, strong, and fast enough to overcome any obstacle. there's speed bumps around every turn in the forest, and a beautiful world (i'm gonna have to paint those moonmoths!) full of dangers. plus, haven't we all wished we lived in a world where we could fly? fast-paced and action-packed, it's found family, friendships, knowing when this book was so much fun! kids will easily see themselves as one of the misfit band of characters: out to prove to the world that tries to keep them down that they are smart, strong, and fast enough to overcome any obstacle. there's speed bumps around every turn in the forest, and a beautiful world (i'm gonna have to paint those moonmoths!) full of dangers. plus, haven't we all wished we lived in a world where we could fly? fast-paced and action-packed, it's found family, friendships, knowing when the right thing to do is the wrong thing to do and more. it's hunger games/oliver twist/with a bit of greek fantasy and faerie tales. and safe for all the littles!

  17. 5 out of 5

    MK

    I'm gonna be honest, I originally picked up this book because I thought the cover illustration was really cool, but now I can say the story is just as good! The characters were all really fleshed out, despite only being told from Nox and Ellie's perspectives, and I also liked that neither of the two was portrayed as being fully in the right-they both had ideas that were right and wrong, and they learned that through their experiences with each other. The story dealt with some pretty heavy topics I'm gonna be honest, I originally picked up this book because I thought the cover illustration was really cool, but now I can say the story is just as good! The characters were all really fleshed out, despite only being told from Nox and Ellie's perspectives, and I also liked that neither of the two was portrayed as being fully in the right-they both had ideas that were right and wrong, and they learned that through their experiences with each other. The story dealt with some pretty heavy topics but was able to talk about them in an engaging way that middle graders can understand. This series is off to a really strong start, and I can't wait to see what happens next!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Moon

    This was such a fun book! It's a middle grade fantasy and it follows Ellie who has dreamed of becoming a goldwing ever since her parents were murdered by a gargoyle, and a goldwing saved her life. Except, she's from a low clan and it's not in her destiny. But she's determined to do all it takes to make her dream come true. And along the way, she meets a group of thieves. It's a super fun adventurous book with amazing main characters and found family. I definitely recommend it if you're craving a This was such a fun book! It's a middle grade fantasy and it follows Ellie who has dreamed of becoming a goldwing ever since her parents were murdered by a gargoyle, and a goldwing saved her life. Except, she's from a low clan and it's not in her destiny. But she's determined to do all it takes to make her dream come true. And along the way, she meets a group of thieves. It's a super fun adventurous book with amazing main characters and found family. I definitely recommend it if you're craving a magical action-packed story with a lot of danger, friendships, magic, and impossible dreams.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gemma

    Looking for the perfect middle grade fantasy? Look no further. Sparrow Rising has everything: interesting premise, solid worldbuilding, an action-packed plot, moral dilemmas, a lovable protagonist, and a well-developed cast of side characters that you’ll root for. It also addresses serious issues like racism and classism in a way that’s accessible and friendly to kids. I can’t wait to read the next book and see where the adventure goes.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jinckee

    This book takes place in a world where everybody is born with wings and divided into clans (Like the Sparrow clan, Crow clan, ...). Our main character, Ellie, is a Sparrow and being a Sparrow means that she's destined to be nothing more than a farmer. But she doesn't want to be a farmer, she dreams of joining the Goldwings, who are basically famous knights that are tasked with protecting people. Everybody looks up to them and respects them. But the honor of joining the Goldwing is mostly reserve This book takes place in a world where everybody is born with wings and divided into clans (Like the Sparrow clan, Crow clan, ...). Our main character, Ellie, is a Sparrow and being a Sparrow means that she's destined to be nothing more than a farmer. But she doesn't want to be a farmer, she dreams of joining the Goldwings, who are basically famous knights that are tasked with protecting people. Everybody looks up to them and respects them. But the honor of joining the Goldwing is mostly reserved for 'higher' clans. Still, Ellie wants to prove that she is worthy of the Goldwing but things don't really go as planned... I don't often rate a book 5 stars because I want to keep it for books that I REALLY loved. But this book really deserved this rating because it was just SO GOOD. I honestly loved everything about this book, the characters, the world building, the story itself, ... It's really everything I love about middle grade books packed in one book. I will definitely be rereading this quite a few times while waiting for the next book!!!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Erica Richardson

    This story, the characters, the world, and the narration were all so fun and vibrant. Sparrow Rising is a courage-filled story about charming characters in an imnersive and creative world. I loved it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rafaela (dragonsandpaperbacks)

    An absolutely delightful, fun, exciting read from start to finish even if a little predictable in the end. Super mature characters, reads more like young YA than 12-year-olds going on quests if you know what I mean. Can't wait for book 2! An absolutely delightful, fun, exciting read from start to finish even if a little predictable in the end. Super mature characters, reads more like young YA than 12-year-olds going on quests if you know what I mean. Can't wait for book 2!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Angela Rudolph

    I listed to this book with the girls and it was so amazing. Jessica Khoury has a bright future! Even though these stories are written for a young teen age group I enjoy them tremendously and never want to stop listening. I can’t wait for the next in the series to be released!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    This book has some seriously relatable, real, solid good main characters that had my emotions on edge with every situation they faced. This book is definitely being shelved with my favorites! Can't wait for more of this intriguing world! This book has some seriously relatable, real, solid good main characters that had my emotions on edge with every situation they faced. This book is definitely being shelved with my favorites! Can't wait for more of this intriguing world!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alana "Loni"

    This story felt familiar in a good way. Solid fantasy world building, also solidly middle grade. Sets the groundwork for a series I can’t wait to keep reading!

  26. 5 out of 5

    KJ

    *3.5?

  27. 4 out of 5

    DiKrLa

    Great fantasy book! Reminds me of Game of Thrones for younger children, but with characters that have wings and resemble different birds. Looking forward to the next one!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Really enjoyable middle grade fantasy adventure.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amy Lynn

    So fun!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lira

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