The Falconmaster

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Dutton Children's Books, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 167 pages
3 Reviews
This fantasy combines wizardry and magic with an absorbing animal-rescue story and should appeal to all fantasy lovers, but especially boys. Wat, a crippled boy, is an outcast in his village and retreats often to the forest, away from the cruel taunts of the villagers. There he witnesses the lord's handlers heartlessly kill a nesting pair of falcons so they can take the baby birds for their master. Wat, outraged, steals the nestlings and escapes into the heart of the forest, where he meets a mysterious old man. He is a mage-a wizard-who teaches him many things, among them how to care for the birds so that they may eventually fly free, and how to find some helpful magic-which is closer to him than he ever believed.

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User Review  - Kaye - Goodreads

A handicapped hero who finds power within himself to defend others makes for a very appealing story. Read full review

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User Review  - Melinda - Goodreads

Love LaFevers and so I thought I would love this. However, it's her first novel and it's painfully obvious. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
14
Section 2
39
Section 3
44
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About the author (2003)

This is R. L. LaFevers' first novel.

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