Because of a thousand-year-old alliance between humans and pegasi, Princess Sylviianel is ceremonially bound to Ebon, her own pegasus, on her twelfth birthday. The two species coexist peacefully, despite the language barriers separating them. Humans and pegasi both rely on specially trained... show more
Because of a thousand-year-old alliance between humans and pegasi, Princess Sylviianel is ceremonially bound to Ebon, her own pegasus, on her twelfth birthday. The two species coexist peacefully, despite the language barriers separating them. Humans and pegasi both rely on specially trained Speaker magicians as the only means of real communication. But it's different for Sylvi and Ebon. They can understand each other. They quickly grow close-so close that their bond becomes a threat to the status quo-and possibly to the future safety of their two nations. New York Times bestselling author Robin McKinley weaves an unforgettable tale of unbreakable friendship, mythical creatures and courtly drama destined to become a classic.
Publish date: 2010-11-02
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
First, I like this book, enough to want more. Second, it's the first volume of a trilogy, and the ending is somewhat abrupt, even frustrating. But it's worth reading, and I think, worth waiting for the rest. Some lovely world building, and interesting characterization in the main character. Once aga...
Gorgeous lush complex world and so heartbreaking towards the end. Politics are messy regardless of what world you are in. I can't wait for the sequel.
"My Little Pony" for smart girls.But still.I've read everything Robin McKinley has published, I'm pretty sure, and 'The Blue Sword' is in my top-10 favorite books of all time.I was really excited to read this book - and it wasn't horrible, but it was rather disappointing and mildly annoying. I might...
Didn't finish. It just sort of meandered about with no declarable plot, and considering I'd been spoiled that there was no proper ending and no sequel in sight, I gave up.
This book is so good that I can't even begin to tell you how much I've enjoyed it. Every single time I pick up one of Robin McKinley's books it turns out to be a fantastic read, and Pegasus is just another one that proves she still has it and she keeps on giving. Every single time I read her book th...
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