Owlflight - Mercedes Lackey & Larry Dixon

Owlflight

By Mercedes Lackey & Larry Dixon

  • Release Date - Published: 1997-10-01
  • Book Genre: Paranormal
  • Author: Mercedes Lackey & Larry Dixon
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 105 Ratings)

Owlflight Mercedes Lackey & Larry Dixon read online review & book description:

Apprenticed to a venerable wizard when his hunter and trapper parents disappear into the forest never to be seen again, Darian is difficult and strong willed--much to the dismay of his kindly master. But a sudden twist of fate will change his life forever, when the ransacking of his village forces him to flee into the great mystical forest. It is here in the dark forest that he meets his destiny, as the terrifying and mysterious Hawkpeople lead him on the path to maturity. Now they must lead the assault on his besieged home in a desperate attempt to save his people from certain death!

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  • Owlflight

    4
    By BookWorm126
    The digital copy of this novel comes across as positively as the original paper copy. There are a few key differences with this version. Notable spelling errors and substitutions are one area, poor quality illustrations and artwork are another. The normally detailed artwork and illustrations come across dark, blurred and tiny. If you just want a pleasant story to read during a restful span of time, this novel is a good choice, if a handful of obvious errors don't bother you. If you like looking at cover art and various other artwork while reading, I recommend getting a hard copy if this book instead.

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