The Burning (Guardians of Ga'Hoole) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2004/10/1
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Soren and his band fly to the Northern Kingdoms to study the art of war and find allies as St. Aggie's is falling to the Pure Ones.
However, I'm noticing a bit of confusion from him that, I think, could have been avoided with just a bit of planning on the storyteller's part. Beginning with The Hatchling, the saga is focused away from the Great Ga'Hoole Tree, a place in which, at this point, my son has invested a significant bit of fictional time. It seems to me (and I haven't read ahead, so I don't really know) that the publisher, if not the author, could have signaled this by dividing the books into subseries (much the way the Ga'Hoolian Legends are divided into cycles). The Hatchling and The Outcast also lack the illustrations of the characters found in the fronts and backs of the first six books, so there's no clue from that, either. Put that together with a slight lag in the pace of the saga, which I'll allow as necessary to fully establish a new protagonist, and this book comes in, for me, as slightly less amazing than The Capture and the books that come right after that one.
Other than those points, I have nothing but praise for this book. Nyroc's development is finely drawn, and, while the free will drum is beaten like a rented mule, the choices Nyroc makes are dramatic and suspenseful. The scenery is well-described without bogging down the action, and a couple of things brought both my son and me to tears. I've already ordered the next book and am looking forward to reading it with my son.
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Sad parts too
Nyroc has a special gift that eveyone has: free will.