ZANE COBRIANA, COBRA shapeshifter, thanks the gods every day for Danica, his hawk pair bond, and the peace their union has brought to the avian and serpiente. Soon, Danica will have a child to carry on their royal line. But what should be a happy time is riddled with doubt.Syfka, an ancient... show more
ZANE COBRIANA, COBRA shapeshifter, thanks the gods every day for Danica, his hawk pair bond, and the peace their union has brought to the avian and serpiente. Soon, Danica will have a child to carry on their royal line. But what should be a happy time is riddled with doubt.Syfka, an ancient falcon, has arrived from Ahnmik claiming that one of her people is hidden in their midst. The falcons are more powerful than the avians and serpiente combined, and Syfka shows nothing but contempt for Zane and Danica’s alliance. To Zane’s horror, his own people seem just as appalled as Syfka is by the thought of a mixed-blood child becoming heir to the throne. Is Syfka’s lost falcon just a ruse to stir up controversy among them? The truth lies somewhere in their tangled pasts—and the search will redefine Zane and Danica’s fragile future.Praise for Hawksong:“Atwater-Rhodes has created a stunning adventure that draws readers in and leaves them begging for more.”—School Library Journal, Starred “Atwater-Rhodes takes a break from vampires to create two warring clans . . . [with] impressively complex cultures.”—Publishers WeeklyA VOYA Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror List selectionFrom the Hardcover edition.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 13th 2006
Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Pages no: 167
Edition language: English
Series: The Kiesha'ra (#2)
I finished this a month ago but didn't get around to reviewing it until now. This is the second book in Atwater-Rhodes' Kiesha'ra series. The peace between the serpiente and the avians is still holding, at least until Danica is pronounced pregnant. Avian and serpiente cultures are very different. Wi...
After Hawksong, I was immediately filled with a desire to know more about Zane, Danica, and their tumultuous world. Thankfully, I had Snakecharm on hand and began it almost at once. Yet, this sequel leaves much to be desired. While Danica is expecting a child, which puts both herself and Zane in the...
The war is over. What now?The story continues in this book. The peace has been made. Tentative moves are also made to unite the avians and the serpientes. Some are successful, some are not.But the royal couple is expecting a heir and it is dubious that the races will accept a mix blood as future rul...
This book is a continuation from Hawksong. This book is about how Danica and Zane deal with both of their kingdoms and getting the birds and snakes living and being around each other peacefully. Zane and Danica's love his grown and in this book you can see and feel their love. You can tell they ar...
As I've mentioned in Hawksong's review, these books, though a delightful read, left me wanting.One thing I should add when it comes to Snakecharm is how well the author dealt with how the "inter-species" (in a way) marriage worked and the difficulties that came from raising a child of two cultures. ...