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David Clement-Davies
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Book Description

1 Sep 2007
David Clement-Davies best-selling animal fantasy, "The Sight", is set amongst the wolves of Transylvania. This dark epic thrilled readers and critics alike, who said "this sprawling, ambitious novel has it all: action, adventure, apocalyptic battles" (Children's Literature). Readers are even more passionate about the book, as told by the 130+ effusive fan reviews on amazon.com.In this equally sweeping sequel, Fell, the dark-furred twin brother to Larka, heroine of "The Sight", must face life without his sister or the rest of his loving pack. He's a lone wolf now, a "kerl," an outcast from his kind, who shares his sister's fatal gift for seeing the future and the thoughts of others. This gift leads him to befriend a young girl, also an outcast from her people. This time wolf and girl must fight together to free the land from a tyrannical ruler, based on the real Count Dracula. In this dark, sprawling fairy-tale, it is the wolf who saves the red girl.

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  • Paperback: 523 pages
  • Publisher: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (1 Sep 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0810994704
  • ISBN-13: 978-0810994706
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 19.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 332,771 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A gripping folklore-inspired adventure -- National Geographic Kids Online Magazine, August 2007

This is a startlingly involving, richly textured tale...David Clement-Davies' headlong narrative - full of peasant stockades, impenetrable forests and ice caves, is summoned with a brilliant vividness. Those ghostly old Carpathian foothills have been given a fresh lease of life.
-- The Saturday Telegraph

About the Author

David Clement-Davies is the author of The Telling Pool, Fire Bringer and The Sight. His books have been called "a masterpiece" (Booklist). Young readers are equally enthralled - his kid reviews number in the hundreds and include such praise as "an instant classic", "too cool for words" and "absolutely stunning." David travels extensively and has trekked across a desert, swum with dolphins, and skydived on assignment for various travel magazines. He lives in London.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unputdownable! 8 Aug 2008
By Bobbewig TOP 1000 REVIEWER
In Clement-Davies' sequel to The Sight, Fell proves itself in every way to be at least as unputdownable as its predecessor. Without going into detail about the story and run the risk of "giving anything away," Fell is a thrilling adventure about the lonely wolf, Fell, and a girl looking for answers to the visions that haunt them; and both must overcome their natures to share a journey that will bring their worlds -- animal and human -- to a greater understanding. In telling his masterful tale, Clement-Davies has created a plot that is rich with suspense, pathos, and tenderness; and has enhanced the development of characters the reader came to know (or hate) in The Sight (e.g., Huttser, Palla, Kar, and Morgra to a name a few), as well as introduced several new unforgettable characters. Fell is more than just an excellent book -- it is an excellent reading experience. In reading this book it is important to keep in mind that the book is at least just as much about the new human character, Alina, and her quest to find her real family, as it is about what Fell's life has been like in the years since he left his pack in The Sight. As you'll see from other U.S. reviewers, some readers are disappointed because they feel the book focuses more on the adventures of Alina and not enough about Fell; whom they perceive of as having a more secondary role in the book. In my opinion, Fell is clearly the dominant character and Clement-Davies' has made the mysterious black wolf a character that will live on in readers' memories for many years to come. If you're like me when you Fell, you'll find yourself filled with joy and with pain as you feel that you are right there with Fell and Alina as they go through their incredible journey, both together and separately. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars So worth the wait! 15 Sep 2007
By Chantal Lyons VINE VOICE
The Sight was, of course, amazing, although it did seem to drag on a little. Fell is less "epic" than its predecessor although it's just as good, perhaps better. It explores Fell's character after all he's been through in The Sight, his guilt, his darkness and his grief, and it ties together loose ends you may not have even noticed in the first book.

Those who've read Firebringer or The Sight (or both) will be familiar with Clement-Davies' faultless powers of description. But it's the philosophical thoughts and judgements that really shine in this story, and you can see the author trying to explain to himself why Man is the way he is. It's also uplifting in that the story seems to decide that one day Man might realise that he has the ability to right what he did wrong, and to be at peace at last with Nature.

The story wasn't predictable at all. Expect several twists and relevations involving both new and old characters. In fact, the introduction of old characters sometimes had me grinning because the author had made them so brilliant in The Sight, and it was good to be reading about them again.

So, basically, if you read The Sight, you really should read this wonderful sequel.

P.S. I recommend ignoring Amazon's "reading level of 9-12"; most 9-10 year olds would probably struggle with the language and the philosophical arguments within this book. I'd say the reading level is 12 and up.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant 24 Dec 2007
Really great read! Different emphasis from The Sight and Firebringer, as also explores human characters and follows their personal stories. Not the blockbuster the sight was, however still written with the same power and amazing descriptions. The continuity and reference back to The Sight made me smile, as did the appearance of some of the old characters. Although only a sentence reference, the lines about a fleck of green and a courage deep as despair made the book believable and also fostered a sense of comradeship with the first book. A sequel well worth the wait.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The legend of the sight continues... 9 Jan 2008
When I finished the Sight I didn't realise there was going to be another book after so I was very excited when I saw this book on Amazon a few months ago, this book contains more amazing writing from David Clement-Davies (well what did you expect it to contain?). This is just as good as the sight and not at all similar. Once again the story line is full of surprise but not random. This book is about Fell (surprise surprise) and has another amazing cover, as you can see. I was very pleased with the amount of writing this book has in it, the order this series goes in is: Fire Bringer, The Sight, Fell. If you have not read The Sight yet then you need to read it before this book, you do not, however, need to have read Fire Bringer to be able to read The Sight, although I suggest you do.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I Fell for it :D 19 Aug 2010
By Luke
Fell is a loner. He has the "Sight" which he can use to see into different animals minds to understand their language and see through their eyes. Fell has carried the guilt of his sister's death,Larka, and carried on with her quest which is to bring Alina back to her real home to find her real parents.
Throughout Alina and Fells adventures which includes crossing ice fields, nearly starving to death, and being chased by hunters, they develop a relationship.
One of the most tense of parts of the book was when Fell and Alina first met in the ice field and you think Fell is going to attack Alina, but he doesn't because they both sense that they have a connection. Fell and Alina soon realised they share the Sight.
I like this book because it has a mixture of action, tension, suspence, romance and lots of vivid descriptions.
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