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With a song to guide them.
At the edge of the forest, at their mother’s gate, Bird began to sing. “Two little cygnets,” she sang, “starting on their way.” It was from an endless nursery-rhyme song their mother used to sing when they were small. “The path was dark,/And they went astray.”
“We won’t go astray,” said Summer. Bird didn’t answer, but with a twist of the pink backpack, she stepped ahead of Summer, and entered the forest first.
Posted November 9, 2012
I recomenfd this for anyone who wants to read it. It is a creative tale of two sisters. They go on adventures in Doun. GREAT BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted December 23, 2012
I loved this book. It was beautifuly written, and stunning. It was also a very good story and so gripping that I read it four hours one night and then woke up the next morning and finished it in two more hours. I loved the characters, the details, and the amazing writing. I really liked the length because I didn't think a single page was wasted, or could've been left out, and yet the plot wasn't over-complicated. The cover art was beautiful, too. At first I liked Bird the best, but then I grew to care for Summer, too. There was a multitude of character development, but I liked the characters from the very first page. It was a great book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.