Monday, August 17, 2009

North! or Be Eaten By Andrew Peterson

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Readers thrilled to the phantasmagorical adventures in On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness, Book One of the Wingfeather Saga. Now in Book Two, Janner, Tink, and Leeli Igiby, mom Nia, ex-pirate grandfather Podo, Peet the Sock Man, and trusty dog Nugget flee north to rebel headquarters.

Their escape brings readers to the very brink of Fingap Falls , over the Stony Mountains , and across the Ice Prairies, while villains galore try to stop the Igibys permanently. Fearsome toothy cows and horned hounds return, along with new dangers: a mad man running a fork factory, a den of rockroaches, and majestic talking sea dragons.

Andrew Peterson’s lovable characters create what says made Book One “one of the best fantasy novels in a very long time,” and Book Two contains even more thrills, exploring “themes universal in nature, ranging from the classic good versus evil, to the importance of family, and burdens of responsibility.”

Author Bio:
Andrew Peterson is the author of On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness and The Ballad of Matthew’s Begats. He’s also the critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter and recording artist of ten albums, including Resurrection Letters II. He and his wife, Jamie, live with their two sons and one daughter in The Warren near Nashville , Tennessee . Visit Andrew’s websites: and
I found this book extremely hard to get into. I tried numerous times to get intersted in it. I'm not sure if it is because it is the second book or what. It sounded interesting to me, especially the part about learning the hard way that the love of a family is more important than anything else. I am hoping to find the time to read through and hopefully get hooked and find that message.

I also have an additional copy that I am giving away, so if you are interested please notify me by posting and telling me that you are interested. I will choose a winner on Friday, August 21st!

This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group

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