Dawn, like most teenagers, had many a plan for her life. The heartless murder of her family meant sudden changes. No longer the daughter of the ambassador, roaming the skies and distant colonies, she must settle herself into a far more simplistic life as she moves in with her uncle and his family. Adding to her apprehension, her fur coat is both unique and... boring. Black and plain, plain and black; not a spot or stripe to be seen. All her sisters had wonderful coats with spots or rosettes, a fact they used to take some pride in pointing out to her. But boring fur coats are only the beginning of her concerns: what will people say when they find out she has wings?
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One of the best adventure/science fiction books that I have read in quite a while. Fast paced but very connected. And not just for teens--any age will enjoy this good read. Love the new "species" that LaGrone has created and certainly hope there will be more stories to come about the "characters" in the world of Afon. Some of the social issues are unique while others are the same ones we lowly humans endure....trying to fit in. I highly recommend this book!!!