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Hawksong Book Review

Hawksong Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes is back, but this time shes writing about shapeshifters and war. Get the goods on Amelia Atwater-Rhodes new book, Hawksong, right here.

Author: Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
 

Singing Hawksong's Praises

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' novel, Hawksong, has some of her most interesting characters to date. Danica Shardae the Hawk-related shapeshifter in Hawksong, is a truly likeable character who is also very real in her fears and emotions. Cobra-related shapeshifter, Zane Cobriana is more cool and sexy than Aubrey or any of Atwater-Rhodes' previous male characters. The story is so interesting and Romeo & Juliet-ish that you probably won't put it down until it's finished.

Hawksong's Sour Notes

Hawksong is definitely a little melodramatic and over-the-top, but if you're into a good romance and some original characters, you won't mind a bit. As usual, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes leaves you at the good part and you'll probably wish the book was a little longer. Luckily, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes told Kidzworld that there will be more books featuring Danica Shardae and Zane Cobriana in the future.

The Bottom Line

Move over Harry Potter and Twilight, you're not the only must-read books in today's teen fiction!! Hawksong is also worth your brain cells.

Hawksong Rating: 5

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Hawksong - Read It or Not?

  • I'll definitely read Hawksong. I love Amelia's books.
  • I might read it, if I find the time.
  • I'm not going to read it.
  • I'll read it after I finish Harry Potter.

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Before I get started with the prologue I just want to  let you guys know this has not been completely edited yet. I'm going to be posting them in chapters/sections. Prologue The air was still crisp, though the explosion had happened weeks ago. But then again, nothing seemed like it was a few weeks ago. The explosion had come out of nowhere; nobody really knew what happened. Some say somebody left their stove on. Others say somebody made it happen on purpose. I don’t know what to believe, I don’t even know if anyone else is alive. All I know is that my parents died in the explosion. I don’t know if I have any sibling, aunts, uncles. I’m surprised I’m alive, my clothes are still singed from the fire. I haven’t found any supplies. I don’t even know which way I’m supposed to go. I doubt you would want to know my name, but in case you were wondering it’s Blake...Blake Hensworth.
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"AnnaOfExquizurd" wrote:Somewhat along the lines of what @inkdeath said is my philosophy, Lol, what? but put into my own words, I think real-life bullying is worse because there's really not a way to escape it if it happens in a place you need to go to every day; meanwhile you can block/delete/report cyberbullies and they'll be dealt with easily. Totally agreed. But it is true @Sophieex_ that cyberbullying can be worse in that sense.Worse in what sense? As you said, you can block or report people and the situation will be dealt with. What sense??? It is not worse than real life bullying.
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inkdeath posted in Debating:
"Sophieex_" wrote:Cyber-bullying is a real form of bullying, and in fact, it's probably worse than real-life bullying, because they exploit the anonymity that the Internet gives them, and they say more hurtful and cruel things.Yes, and you can block or ignore them. 
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I think that both are horrible but bullies are in real life so they physically hurt people
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A quote I dedicate to Powerslave, farewell. "No distance of place or lapse of time can lessen the friendship of those who are thoroughly persuaded of each other's worth."
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