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The Feverbird's Claw Hardcover – 1 May 2004


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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic fantasy 2 Jan. 2013
By Ian Beck - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I cannot remember why I picked up The Feverbird's Claw, but am I ever glad I did! This was one of the best children's fantasy books that I have read in quite a while. The world is imaginative (as opposed to the highly derivative works that so many other authors tend to write; no elves/dwarves/werewolves/whatever in this world!), the characters compelling, and the protagonist's growing understanding of the complexity of her world and shades of right and wrong is wonderfully executed.

The book centers around Moralin, a citizen of the city of Delagua, who one day sneaks outside the walls at the behest of her peers and has the bad luck to be abducted by the Arkera, a neighboring tribe. The Arkera spare her life because they admire her courage (against tradition, she was trained to fight by her grandfather Old Tamlin), and she finds herself forced to join their tribe, although she never gives up dreaming about escaping back to her home. At last she has the chance to escape, and the rest of the book follows her return to Delagua (and her dawning realization that the world is not quite as simple as she originally believed).

I highly recommend this book; although violence and death are certainly a part of this world, they do not dominate the story the way they do in a lot of other fantasy. The world is fascinating, the characters interesting, and the ending highly satisfying. A great read for kids and adults alike.
4.0 out of 5 stars This review talks more about the lesson 17 Oct. 2004
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Format: Hardcover
I am a great fan of Jane Kurtz.The Feverbirds Claw was a very good book.It tought you things like,You can make friends with someone who is different,don't judge them for how they look, to be a good friend no matter what,and that you can face you fears on matter how scarey,how hard they look and seem. This is a good book that I think a lot of young readers will really like
3.0 out of 5 stars Feverbirds Claw 1 Jan. 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I would recommend this book to 12-13 year olds. I liked this book because of the message it tells you about never giving up. I gave it 3 stars because it was boring and confusing at some parts, but I loved it all the same.
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