War between Bayern and Tira is finally over. To cement the peace with their old sworn enemies, a group from each kingdom will cross to the other for a 'season of friendship'. At first all is well, but mysterious events in the Tiran capital arouse the suspicions and anger bubbling just beneath the surface. Enna's friend, Razo must find out who is ...
War between Bayern and Tira is finally over. To cement the peace with their old sworn enemies, a group from each kingdom will cross to the other for a 'season of friendship'. At first all is well, but mysterious events in the Tiran capital arouse the suspicions and anger bubbling just beneath the surface. Enna's friend, Razo must find out who is masterminding these events, before it's too late, and they find themselves trapped in the heart of Tira as war breaks out.
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This book can hold it's self up BUT it helps to have read Goose girl and Enna burning first dure to charactor reference. The story is easy to get into and and comfortable. The simplicity and intrigue are where you can't put it down. All three books are great for young readers and those ready for good writing and no smut.
Publishers Weekly, 2006-09-04 Razo, this winning novel's endearing protagonist, first brought to life as a minor character in Hale's The Goose Girl, here gets his own story. Now a confidante of Queen Isi, Razo was originally a simple forest boy whose major skill is using a slingshot to hunt squirrels. Short in stature and low in confidence, he is asked to join a mission of peace between his own kingdom of Bayern, and the enemy kingdom of Tira. Razo is then selected to become a spy because of his unassuming nature and powers of observation. He soon discovers that traitors in the Tiran army are trying to re-ignite the war, literally, by leaving charred remains of bodies an act they hope to pin on another envoy from Bayern Razo's friend Enna (from Enna Burning). This mystery unfolds along with charming friendships among Razo and his comrades, who lovingly tease him when he is the last to realize he has fallen in love with Dasha, the striking orange-haired daughter of the Tiran ambassador to Bayern, and has grown in height as well as self-assurance. This novel will be a special treat for readers of Hale's other two companion books, but it also stands on its own as a unique and tender coming-of-age story. Ages 12-up. (Sept.) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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