The Sable Moon

The Sable Moon Best Read || [Nancy Springer] The Sable Moon Best Read || [Nancy Springer] - The Sable Moon, The Sable Moon A headstrong young prince enslaved far from home must rescue his imperiled kingdom and those he loves from an ancient dark sorcery in Nancy Springer s magnificent third entry in the Book of Isle The

  • Title: The Sable Moon
  • Author: Nancy Springer
  • ISBN: 9780671443788
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback

The Sable Moon Best Read || [Nancy Springer], The Sable Moon, Nancy Springer, The Sable Moon A headstrong young prince enslaved far from home must rescue his imperiled kingdom and those he loves from an ancient dark sorcery in Nancy Springer s magnificent third entry in the Book of Isle The life of young Prince Trevyn of Isle changes forever on the day a mysterious boy named Gwern is welcomed without question into the family s castle Stubborn and resentful of tA headstron

The Sable Moon

The Sable Moon Best Read || [Nancy Springer] The Sable Moon Best Read || [Nancy Springer] - The Sable Moon, The Sable Moon A headstrong young prince enslaved far from home must rescue his imperiled kingdom and those he loves from an ancient dark sorcery in Nancy Springer s magnificent third entry in the Book of Isle The The Sable Moon

  • The Sable Moon Best Read || [Nancy Springer]
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The Sable Moon

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  1. As with the previous books in the series, Isle is not the most original fantasy world, but the story is still delightfully captivating I usually do not like sequels that have the previous main character s kid as the protagonist, but in this case it did not seem like Hal and Alan were only peripheral characters even though they were no longer the main characters, and Trevyn became quite a likable hero by the end of the story There were a few things I was not entirely clear about, but perhaps they [...]


  2. I m not done yet, GoodReads All right, now about the book itself This, the third volume of Nancy Springer s Isle series, follows the next generation after The Silver Sun Trevyn, the headstrong son of Alan and Lysse, part elf, someday king, and all round pain in the neck Trevyn s pride is a driving force of the first section of the novel, causing him to reject his blood brother and walk away from his true love My favorite part of the book is his arrival in Welas, where his pride both defeats him [...]


  3. Yikes, I ve gotten so behind on these Only sketchy thoughts are left, sadly.I liked the way that Springer plays with some Tolkien tropes the call to sail across the sea both by reproducing them and inverting them, providing nice parallel experiences for different characters I also appreciated her attempts to write a female character who was somewhat competent without being unearthly The world is still very gendered, but Meg was a nice change of pace from the oh so perfect romantic interests of t [...]




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