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Posted May 29, 2003
romance, adventure, comedy, tragedy... it has it all
This book is roughly about women inthe north who have no freedom and women in the south with the same equality as men. One particular girl, Sparrow, had a mother captured from the south to marry her father, Drinks-the-Wind, and takes her image as short, dark, and round-faced. Sparrow keeps away from her tribe as much as she can and her childhood friend, Wolfcub, who later becomes Kestrel, was always in love with her. they find out their passion for eachother later in the book when Sparrow and her other friend, Keen, escape to the south. Sparrow becomes part of the southern tribes, as keen and the future prince of the tribe, Cloud, fall in love with eachother also. the romanc is passionate, understandable, and realistic. The adventure is overwhelmingly perfect and changes a lot throught the whole book. It is also both tragic and comedic at once and this novel keeps your eyes glued to the pages. Overall, this book to me has been read and enjoyed tremendously.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.