tribes unite, once separated thousands of years ago. Now they have adapted
to different terrains and habitats. The home of The Gliders has collapsed
and is gone, reuniting all four groups. All is good and quiet again in the
Leetah and Cutter are proud parents of twin children, Ember and Suntop. In
this book Suntop is tormented by screams and cries for help-in his head.
When no one else can hear the plaintive, what can he do? Their close friend
Rayek is power hungry and everything is going wrong again. Rayek has
banished The Go-backs that are one of the tribes within the four, using his
mind powers. Possibly killing his once love mate Kahvi and others in the
process, creating a permanent rift in the tribes.
Illustriously, this novel was brought to me. Almost off the pages, bouncing
to me in lively emotions, accompanied with tears and sorrow. The features in
each characterís face were expressed exactly how I would suspect a real
persons would be. The plot was easy enough for me to understand, considering
it explained what happened in the first nine books at the beginning. It is a
very complex plot that has many parts played. Despite some of the more
stubborn personalities, it is a tale that takes to heart and to mind. The
text alone is difficult, but with the added range of art, it adds to the
effect. No matter which feeling it took on. It pulled through fully and made
me smile, laugh and glare at the page.
I would recommend this book for thirteen year olds and up. Just considering
the profanity in the comic at times. This book was great. It is something to
read if you are adventurous and like to figure out entire epilogues, go to
the nearest store or library! Itís something you wonít want to miss.
Five gold stars! The creators never failed to amaze me at their drawing and