The second book in the GUARDIANS OF GA'HOOLE series continues this classic hero mythology about the battle between good and evil. This book chronicles Soren's quest for nobility.In the second book in the GUARDIANS OF GA'HOOLE series, Soren, Gylfie, Twilight, and Digger travel to the Great... show more
The second book in the GUARDIANS OF GA'HOOLE series continues this classic hero mythology about the battle between good and evil. This book chronicles Soren's quest for nobility.In the second book in the GUARDIANS OF GA'HOOLE series, Soren, Gylfie, Twilight, and Digger travel to the Great Ga'Hoole Tree, a mythical place where an order of owls rises each night to perform noble deeds. Soren and his group are seeking help to fight the evil they discovered in the owl world (in GUARDIANS #1). After a harrowing journey, they arrive at the Great Ga'Hoole Tree and learn they will need to stay to receive training from the Ga'Hoolian elders. During his time at the Great Ga'Hoole Tree, Soren finds (and then loses) a great mentor and he is reunited with his beloved sister.
Publish date: September 1st 2003
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Pages no: 242
Edition language: English
Series: Guardians of Ga'Hoole 1 (#2)
It took me a while to finish this book because I took a break, but I am liking this series more than I thought I would. It seems to be aimed at a younger generation than me, but it still merits a solid 3 stars. I really enjoyed that there is a subtle political story line to the main quest/good v evi...
Soren, Gylfie, Twilight and Digger go on their quest for the Great Ga'Hoole Tree hoping that this will help them to fight the evil they have left behind and maybe save Soren's little sister. They have to learn how to become a member of the community of the Great Ga'Hoole tree and how to be the best...
Yeah.... so, I had hoped that the second book in the series would start to bring up my opinion of the story, but it didn't. I have a lot of complaints with this one.This is definitely written for the wrong audience.As I said previously, I really think this book suffers for its audience. There's a pa...
Very fun read. I love Lasky's style of writing! Great story, interesting characters, and a strong plot.
At this point in the series, it's as if Harry Potter found out all about Voldemort's latest plan, but couldn't be bothered working against him because he had potions homework to make up... I'm hoping I work out my frustration with these books (particularly because the movie handled it well).. . anyw...