Guardians Of Ga'hoole: First Collier (Book 9)

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past comes into the present
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Reader reviewed by nelka35

This book continues the story of the "Guardians of Ga'Hoole", and, by the end of the book, we see how it brings together the past and the present. This book is somewhat different from the others - at least most of it is. It is, for the most part, not about Soren and the rest(the beginning and, importantly, the ending are, and the ending binds it all together). But most of the book is a story of the past, the history - told by Grank, the First Collier.
Every book in this series, including this one, would be much better appreciated and understood - and enjoyed - when the series are read in order.
I highly recommend this series - they are very well-written, interesting, adventurous, and the issues of friendship, integrity, and discovery throughout make the books alive...
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past comes into the present
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Reader reviewed by nelka35

This book continues the story of the "Guardians of Ga'Hoole", and, by the end of the book, we see how it brings together the past and the present. This book is somewhat different from the others - at least most of it is. It is, for the most part, not about Soren and the rest(the beginning and, importantly, the ending are, and the ending binds it all together). But most of the book is a story of the past, the history - told by Grank, the First Collier.
Every book in this series, including this one, would be much better appreciated and understood - and enjoyed - when the series are read in order.
I highly recommend this series - they are very well-written, interesting, adventurous, and the issues of friendship, integrity, and discovery throughout make the books alive...
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