Silverwing (The Silverwing Trilogy) [Kenneth Oppel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Shade is a young silverwing bat, the runt of his. Silverwing by Kenneth Oppel – Shade is a young silverwing bat, the runt of his colony. But he’s determined to prove himself on the long, dangerous winter. A small bat’s curiosity leads to an action-packed odyssey in the acclaimed Silverwing trilogy from Kenneth Oppel, now available as a collectible boxed set.
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I use this book a lot with my creative writing students as a part of our reading workshop and it consistently rates very high with them, regardless of gender or age.
The kings brother, who will formally be known as the kings brother, digs them a way out. Open Preview See a Problem? Im half way thew this book and i really recommend it.
Chinook treats Shade as inferior, due to his size, but Chinook is also extremely dumb. Ab und zu musste ich sogar an “Watership Down – Unten am Fluss” oder auch “Felidae” denken falls euch das was sagt ;D.
Kennth a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jul 16, Kaitlyn Mae rated it it was amazing. I know there is another sequel to, which I’ve got on my list to buy.
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A scientist captures Goth and Throbb, banding them and subjecting them to experimentation, leading to Goth’s mistrust and hatred of humans. Guarding this weird bat prison were pigeons. Silverwing Trade Paperback Sign up and get a free eBook! His biggest adventure happens when, during a storm, he gets separated from his colony and has to find his way home.
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Silverwing (Silverwing, #1) by Kenneth Oppel
My favorite part is the echo chamber, where all silevrwing stories of the bats are there for the telling and hearing-excellent stuff. Being a fan of bats, I was very pleased to find this new trilogy, with bats as the main characters!
Shade is described as having thick black oppfl and a deep chest, however smaller than the other bats and has a shorter wing span. He is killed by a thunderstorm. Goth and Throbb are responsible for the death of the pigeons and, like Marina, both are banded. At first, it seemed to be a little slow, but once the story takes off, it becomes a real page turner. I thought the author did a good job of anthropomorphilizing the bats enough to make them relatable, but still bat enough to not come across as too cartoony.
This book looks really boring, I kehneth to read it for school, is it interesting?
There’s some odd relationships going on in the book, but I’m assuming that Oppel is laying out the immaturity of the main characters. Romulus is curious about batkind, and regards them and rats as distant cousins. He was enthusiastic about this book and I wanted to show interest in his school work.
Of course, he was just born a few months ago, so I guess that I have to give him some slack in acting like a pre-teen that has seen way too many Hollywood teen romances. Feeling the impact of winter, Shade and Marina seek refuge in an abandoned human cabin where they meet thousands of banded bats.