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Publisher's Summary

It has been four years since Darian saw his village sacked and burned by barbarians. Taking refuge with the Hawkbrothers, he soon finds his life's calling - as a Healing Adept. But even as he learns the mystical ways of this ancient race, Darian cannot escape the dangers threatening his future. Another tribe of barbarians is approaching. The time has come...to stand up and fight.

©1998 Mercedes R. Lackey and Larry Dixon (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Melissa Tilley
  • 14-12-17

awesome

I have always loved this trilogy! to have it read to me is amazing

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  • Dennis Foley
  • 19-04-18

Good Read

Proven authors deliver another winning series. As an animal lover myself, the uncommon characters seem not at all out of step with what I believe of animals already. When will we have more of this series?

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  • J Deutschendorf
  • 14-04-18

Not your typical #2 in a trilogy

What did you love best about Owlsight?

I loved that the second book in this trilogy didn't taper off in a sort of boring rolling attempt to get to the final, more exciting book. Owlsight was just as engrossing as the first book and led well into the third.

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  • judy j
  • 25-08-22

Mercedes lackey -same stories but different titles

the same story over again. where mages lose power from lay lines and found with companion horses.

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  • Joanna Davies
  • 18-07-22

story is fine

the narrator comes across as rather pompous. You get used to it but it's irritating

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-10-21

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Good read even better than the book, just as enjoyable but could read/lisson as I drive.

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  • Catherine
  • 28-08-21

love love love it!

Mercedes Lackey is an excellent author, and this is an excellent example of that. Better with Owlflight, the first in this trilogy

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  • Kindle Customer AgLeaf
  • 06-07-21

Best Hawkbrothers to date.

This book completes 3 that may be read individually, but best if fully enjoyed to appreciate this unique faction. You & your significant others will appreciate the authors' and narrator's excellent production.
I shared with friends and family and have enjoyed hearing subsequent sharing this experience.

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  • Rafael C
  • 28-06-21

fun and exciting

Incredible book. it is more of a set up book but still as fascinating as the first. I do love the story.

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  • Chris
  • 29-01-21

Loved the story, didn't love the reader

I love all the stories of Valdemar, this trilogy is especially fun. Seeing the familiar kingdom off Valdemar from the viewpoint of some non-heralds is interesting and having favorite characters from other books pop up in here keeps it feelings connected.

The narration, however, can be distracting to where it takes away from the overall enjoyment of a great story. I do appreciate that the reader gives each character a unique voice and tone fitting how he sees them. However, the decision to add heavy accents to certain characters was very jarring for me. In particular the accents given to all the humans from k'Leshya (but not Kelvren or Ayshen for some reason) really distracted me from the important roles they played.

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  • Marta
  • 10-01-18

Good story ruined by narration

Having read and enjoyed this trilogy some years ago, I was keen to have this as an audio book. But I'm sorry to say the narration was really not good. His voice was pleasant enough, but the narrative was dreadfully wooden, with almost no emotion, and read at such a deliberate and slow pace, that it could have been a robot. I struggled to carry on listening, as the narration grated on me so much.