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Silverwing: Firewing, Darkwing, Silverwing, Sunwing, Silverwing, Silverwing, List of Silverwing Episodes, Episode 1, Shade

Books LLC

Published May 2nd 2010
ISBN : 9781155274485
Paperback
58 pages
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Chapters: Firewing, Darkwing, Sunwing, List of Silverwing Episodes, Episode 1, Shade, Goth. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 57. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you canMoreChapters: Firewing, Darkwing, Sunwing, List of Silverwing Episodes, Episode 1, Shade, Goth. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 57. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Firewing is a childrens book written by the Canadian author, Kenneth Oppel. It is the third book in the series including two others: Silverwing, and Sunwing. There is also a fourth book in the series called Darkwing, which is a prequel to Silverwing. The novel begins with the introduction of Griffin Silverwing, the son of Shade and Marina. Griffin has difficulty relating to the other newborn bats because he is a hybrid of a Silverwing and a Brightwing, and also because he is overly cautious while the other newborns are impulsive and headstrong. Griffins only real friend is Luna, a popular newborn who likes Griffin and is not put off by his wary attitude. However, Griffin views his tendency to worry about everything as a sign of cowardice and fears that his father, Shade, who has become a legend amongst the Silverwing colony for restoring daytime movement to the bats, will reject him when he returns from Stonehold with the other male adult bats. Upon discovering a group of human campers in the forest, Griffin decides to steal some of the camps fire for his colony, hoping that the act will impress his father. Unfortunately, Griffins plan goes horribly wrong when Luna is accidentally set on fire and horribly burned. Upon discovering that Lunas injuries may be fatal, a guilt-stricken Griffin flies off into the lower levels of Tree Haven. While hiding the Trees lower levels a crack appears, possibly the result of either a natural earthquake or Camazotz influence, and Griffin is drawn into the Underworld. Shade has also felt the earthquake and discovers another crack that leads to the Underworld. Sensing Zotzs presence i...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=155124