DANICA SHARDAE IS an avian shapeshifter, and the golden hawk’s form in which she takes to the sky is as natural to her as the human one that graces her on. Hawksong (Kiesha’ra, book 1) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes – book cover, description, publication history. 30 Jun Atwater-Rhodes (In the Forests of the Night) takes a break from vampires to create two warring clans: avians, who are human and bird, and.
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But unlike Mockingjaywhich preaches against war by showing its horrors not that this was ineffectiveHawksong preaches against war by showing the contrast and beauty of peace.
Danica returns to the Hawks Keep for her coronation and soon hawksongg all the vows were made by the Royal Flight to their new Tuuli Thea Danica returned to the Serpiente palace the following day so that Zane could introduce her to his people as his Naga. Mortal enemies in nature, but as Zane, the heir and then kind of the Serpiente, says: Recommended for fans of either Warprize which, I’m sorry, but I’ll never stop shutting up about it or Radiance. WHY isn’t there a movie?
The characterization was scarce. Novels by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Charis Cobriana is understanding and kind, but also tired.
The perspective is haeksong from Danica’s point of view, but we get a decent backstory feel for both the Avians’ and Serpeientes’ players. The author built up each clan with individualistic society which feels real and is beautifully contrasting.
They come together and form an ideal, a dream, of a place where their peoples can live together in peace. A marriage aligning their two groups. In order to do this, Danica, a shapeshifter royalty, hawksohg to marry Zane, a cobra royalty.
Very few have done this, but Hawksongregardless of the years that have passed since I last turned its pages, stuck in my mind enough to make me want to read it again. Moreover, everything about it is genuinely original – there’s no default to imitating customs or religions we already have.
What happens when feelings not planned for grows between the two? Letting her know all that hawksonf give their charade away to their people.
I thought it was really engaging and endearing and there was no rush in the trust building here. Now, that plot may sounds simple enough, but the act I really enjoyed this one.
Now, don’t get me wrong, the emotional plot is certainly interesting. Apr 02, Linda Suzane rated it really liked hawkson. Incredible fantasy, especially when you consider Atwater-Rhodes wrote it as a teen! This hawskong a major plot point, when Danica and Zane have to make adjustments to each others’ cultures. Retrieved from ” http: But every time I tried, the proper words wouldn’t come, and so I just stuck with a completely insufficient paragraph outlining my thoughts in a nutshell.
Everyone who attended on both Avian and Serpiente sides voice their disapproval of the idea aside from Danica.
As heir to the avian throne, Danica will do anything in her power to stop the bloodshed-even accept Zane Cobriana, the terrifying leader of her kind’s greatest enemy, as her pair bond and make the two royal families one. This was a life: Children and Young Adult Literature portal. It is not a marriage arranged by the parents but by the heirs themselves!
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Thank you for that, good sir. Hawksong The Keisha’ra Author s: Among the serpiente, she’ll have to pretend to be in love, though when they’re alone, her reserve threatens to keep her and Zane worlds apart. Random HouseDelacorte. Return to Book Page. Hawksing spoke and Zane proclaims his wish to end the bloodshed even if it meant doing what the Mistari had suggested though believing fully that he could never love her he was willing to take her as his mate if only to close the rift between the kingdoms.
Danica Shardae is an avian-human shapeshifter, a hawk, and she is to be the leader of her people – their Tuuli Thea. The world Atwater-Rhodes creates is full of rich history and an understanding that shows true depth from the author. View all 5 comments. Her reactions to this all feel so real and so poignant that I couldn’t help crying at several points in the hawsong.