Synopses & Reviews
The book fans have been waiting for! A sequel to the acclaimed animal fantasy novel The Sight.
With the same bold storytelling that has made The Sight a cult favorite, David Clement-Davies tells the story of Fell, the black wolf whose betrayal of his family in The Sight almost led to the enslavement of all wolves by the evil Morgra. Wandering alone in the forests of Transylvania, lost in the pain of his sister Larka's death, Fell rejects their shared gift of seeing into the minds of others.. It is only when a message comes from his old friend Skart, the eagle, that Fell begins to accept his destiny: to enter the world of humans and restore a lost girl to her family, thus healing the wounds of a divided kingdom.
In a starred review, Booklist called The Sight, "full-bodied, lyrically told," School Library Journal called it "quite exciting," and Voice of Youth Advocates said, "The narrative is rich, complex, and, most importantly, credible."
In this sequel to "The Sight," Larka is dead, and her twin brother Fell must face life without his sister and the rest of his pack. Hes an outcast who shares his sisters fatal gift for seeing the future. But the gift leads Fell to befriend another outcast. Together, they fight to free their land from a tyrannical ruler.