Publish date: December 23rd 2008
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
Series: The Kiesha'ra (#4)
Ahi... this was worse...I cringed while reading...This is the story of Oliza, heir to Wyvern's Court. I was expecting a story as interesting as those of her parents, but it was not!Due to her magic, she has those visions that she soon forgets and during the aftermath she does things she forgets too....
This book was a little more entertaining then the third book of the series. I like reading about Oliza, who was Danica and Zane's daughter. I also liked how Oliza fell in love with a female wolf. I liked the journey that they took together as well as how saving Oliza was what drew Betia out of her w...
This was my least favorite of the series, although with the storyline I thought it would be better. Oliza still hasn't picked her king from either the serpent or the hawk lines. She's getting strange message from her crazy cousin Hai and both the serpents and the hawks are not getting along becaus...
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