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  • Paperback: 207 pages
  • Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (Feb. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0439888085
  • ISBN-13: 978-0439888080
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 13.3 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 138,826 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Sometimes the enemy comes from within... The Striga, former dragon owl from the Middle Kingdom beyond the Unnamed Sea, has come to stay at the great tree. He has earned the trust of all by saving Bell, Soren's owlet, from Nyra, and he grows daily

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Ordered for my daughter who loves the books, not suitable for very young childten though, well written. A touch of humout too. Hope they make more movies of the books.
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Exile 19 Jan. 2009
By A. J. Lafferty - Published on Amazon.com
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The lead up to the last book in the series, it portrays the constant fight between good and evil. Evil that is not evident, but that somehow sneaks into our lives, little by little, lie by lie and often from many different sources. It would be a great book to read with your children as you discuss the many different aspects of choices that lead to consequences, good or bad.
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One of my favorites! 12 Dec. 2012
By Em :D - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I love the whole series, I liked the first few books most, but this one is still a super fun read. Lots of adventure and all. I read them originally when I was 11 or so... I decided to reread them now that I'm 17 and I still love them! Slightly more violent than your typical kids book about animals, but you'd have to be pretty darn sensitive to be turned off by it. Very good! I definitely reccomend it! :)
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Epic Read! 15 April 2010
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The mysterious Striga whom I formerly loved becomes a psycho maniac. It's evident that he is a hagsfiend (he seems to have the fyngrot gaze, as I call it) and in the end, has the same tyrannical plans as Nyra and Kludd.

His purge for vanity is most disturbing as by flattery, lie by lie, book by book, fire by fire, he gains control of the King and burns owls!

Read it! You have to! It's a fantastic book! ;)
Excellent series for young readers!! 7 Mar. 2014
By Susan L. Carrier - Published on Amazon.com
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We stumbled upon a bookstore going out of business (sad) and picked up most of the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series of books, and turned to Amazon to fill in the gaps. There are 15 books in the series plus a Guide book.

My grandson is 9 years old and he loved the Guardians of Ga'Hoole movie. He was with me looking for some books to read for school - they are assigned to do private reading every day and track the minutes spent reading, which has really increased his skill and enjoyment - and when he spotted these books, they are on a very good close-out sale, so we bought all they had. But when I bought the fill-in books, Amazon was also having a sale on them, so we didn't break our budget too badly.

My grandson is currently on book two of this 15 book series, so has not yet read this one, book 13, but he is raving so much about book one and now book two that I have no trepidation in endorsing book 13. He said to me just yesterday how much better the books are than the movie (something I think is often true about adult books/movies).

His cousin, who is a couple years older is also reading this series of books and loves it as well, so clearly it has a good age appeal for young people. Having raised sons, I know that finding books young boys enjoy reading is more challenging than finding similar books for girls. I am so pleased to find these books that are igniting the love of reading in my grandson. But these books would be equally entertaining for girls, in my opinion, if the girl is not already too set on the path of thinking adventures are not their cup of tea!!
Subtle disturbing undertones 15 July 2014
By FuzzyCreaturePainter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This was my least favorite of all the books. I would not let my children read this book. There were some parts in Exile that I found disturbing. The evil blue owl is the one that doesn't want any of the other owls to drink alcohol, dance, or be materialistic. He oppresses them by making them give up these things that they enjoy. His converts go around burning other owls at the stake that won't follow him. I find that part the most disturbing. I felt like the book had subtle anti-christian or anti-religious undertones. It speaks about evolution frequently and the blue owl is somehow related to a previous dark-magic form of owl-crow. I went ahead an read the last book in the series and it wasn't as bad as this one as far as the subtle anti-christian undertones. I would advise skipping this book and just reading the last one if these kinds of things bother you.

If you haven't read the whole series yet just stop at book six, The Burning, or book eight, The Outcast. Those are better endings for the series than book 15 in my opinion.
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