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7.23.2014

CSFF July Blog Tour Day 3 ~ The Warden and the Wolf King

Welcome to the 3rd and Final day of the CSFF Blog Tour for July

The Wingfeather Saga Book Four

                            Sea Dragons
                       A Desperate Quest
         And the Final Battle for the Shinning Isle...

The Warden and the Wolf King is the fourth book in the Wingfeather Saga.  And as an endorsement for this book I admit I have ordered the first 3 books in this series so that I can have the entire series on hand to pick-up and read whenever the mood strikes. And this is one series that I know I will want to read again.

War is on the horizon and the clans of the Green Hollows have come together to to pledge their support to the children of Annieran and to their king though he is in the form of a Fang (wolfish in appearance).  As they plan on how to take the war to Gnag the Nameless in a surprise attack, they are themselves surprised by an attack of a new Fang army.

The Jewels of Anniera are separated when the war begins.  But they are united nonetheless in their hope to stop Gnag once and for all, lest they too become Fang or Cloven.  Janner, Kalmar, and Leeli each must draw upon their owns gifts and strengths in this battle that will determine the fate of the world that they know.

Discovering a long forgotten secret and a hidden pain are the key to their victory.  But victory always exacts a price - the question is who will pay it... 

 I admit it the story drew me completely into it, so that I didn't want to put it down.  I made it through about half the book in one sitting and have to admit I wasn't expecting the ending. I'm hoping for a fifth book in this delightfully engrossing saga (or maybe another series with these same characters). 

I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher in conjunction with this CSFF tour in exchange for my tour participation and my honest review

Thanks for joining me throughout this tour and be sure to visit the other CSFF tour participants as well for more delightful and thoughtful insights into The Warden and the Wolf King: