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pups Their friendship both warmth and humour to this tale which I felt was completely lacking with the ther twoThe world is a big place for water voles The Scottish Companion of course so this book is packed with danger from all sides However again I think this was handled better in the first book As was the plot This time around it s hard to know just what is driving themn since Kale doesn t talk which led to an unfocused feel And despite various events this just didn t feel as perilous as the first book because home was always waiting for them if they could reach itIt s still a good book filled with wonderful detail about these incredible little animals and the risks they face in their everyday lives It has adventure and family and friendship and fans Greenlights of theriginal will find plenty to enjoy here If however you re new to these Singers go and read The River SingersI received a free copy Flirting with Forever of this book in exchange for an honest review I received a free copyf this book by the book s publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank youThis was an enchanting read which was reminiscent PI-Pin Up, Driben of Watership Down except with voles rather than rabbits Personally I think I may have preferred this. But when their uncle Sylvan comes to stay bringing newsf a danger that could threaten the. I loved The River Singers with its tale Existential Angst of animals forcedut The Wrong Twin of their homes andut into the great unknown in the grand tradition Die wahren Zauberer: Die Sumpfloch-Saga 9.1 of such animal tales This book is different This time there s no immediate threat driving the singers away from home Instead we have two young voles about to embarkn an adventure The Instruction Living the Life Your Soul Intended of sortsStrife never stops talking She prides herselfn her ability to irritate anyone into submission and isn t too fond The Merovingian Mythos and the Mystery of Rennes le Chateau of sticking to the rules either For mostf her short life her uiet brother Kale has tried to keep her Supernatural the Life of William Branham Book 4 outf danger always at her side silently reminding her to behave But when they Lear, Tolstoy and the Fool overhear their uncle Sylvan talking about the Great River fornce it s Strife chasing after Kale as everything in their life changesThis will probably make me unpopular but I didn t enjoy "this book as much as the first mostly "book as much as the first Mostly I didn t like Strife r Kale Strife really is every bit as irritating as everyone says and at times I wondered why Sylvan was bothering to try and take her home Then there was Kale We don t get to know him Sylvan was bothering to try and take her home Then there was Kale We don t get to know him well but mostly he was uiet stubborn and selfish in his headlong rush into the wild Needless to say I wasn t impressed with himLuckily Sylvan is back And with him comes Fodur the best rat in the Wetted Kale and Strife are two young water voles with a nose for trouble and an eye for adventure. Than Watership Down too Really gorgeous storytelling And I D Love To Read By I d love to read by Moorhouse Thoroughly enjoyed 55 stars Original exciting and endearing children s story This Dutch edition is not a great translation though Clearly a rush job I received a free copy in exchange for a fair and honest review n my blog Nayu s Reading Corner Having read book 1 in this water vole series I couldn t not read book 2 I have to say that it s a series which is a bit darker than I expected I knew there would be some danger but when the characters where in moderate to major peril I was really scared for them and had no clue whether they would survive Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind or not There were plentyf tense moments leading up to an eventful reunion which made me smile and shed a tear I think stories like these are a brilliant way to explain nature to readers to get them interest in animal conservation and think about scientific areas like habitats food chains etc It s certainly fun than a science book and hopefully will lead some readers to go and research water voles and related topics for themselves The sense Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary 2 of kinship the siblings have even when they do have to be apart a little rangut loud and clear "I didn t give it full marks just because it was a bit darker than I d have liked. "didn t give it full marks just because it was a bit darker than I d have liked. whole existence the voles are sucked into a uest that will test their courage to the lim.

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    Tom Moorhouse ¹ 0 FREE READ SUMMARY ¾ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ Tom Moorhouse Ebook Book The Rising – westlandshouse.co.uk I loved The River Singers with its tale of animals forced out of their homes and out into the great unknown in the grand tradition of such animal tales This book is different This time there’s no immediate threat

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    Ebook Book The Rising – westlandshouse.co.uk SUMMARY ¾ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ Tom Moorhouse Tom Moorhouse ¹ 0 FREE READ I received a free copy in exchange for a fair and honest review on my blog Nayu's Reading Corner Having read book 1 in this water vole series I couldn't not read book 2 I have to say that it's a series which is a bit darker than I expected – I knew there would be some danger but when the characters where in moderate to major peri

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    Ebook Book The Rising – westlandshouse.co.uk SUMMARY ¾ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¹ Tom Moorhouse Tom Moorhouse ¹ 0 FREE READ Original exciting and endearing children's story This Dutch edition is not a great translation though Clearly a rush job

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