Wingbearer (Wingbearer, 1)
“You’d think that living in the tree would be boring, but no single day is ever the same.”
Wingbearer is about Zuli, who lives in the trees where birds go when they die. Zuli travels to the real world to save the souls of the birds because they have stopped dying. On the way, she meets a goblin, the Captain of the Kalinar Guard, and many more.
I liked the graphics in this a lot. They definitely seem like they are in a fantasy world and it is believable. It was my first time learning about goblins, and now I think they are interesting. The book was adventurous and had a great surprise.
Wingbearer is not a boring book at all. I enjoyed reading it and going on adventures with Zuli. It is a fun book, and I would recommend it. I can’t wait to read more about what is happening to the souls of the birds. I am looking forward to the next book.
Kids ages eight to ten who like fantasy, birds, and graphic novels would enjoy this book.
|Page Count||208 pages|
|Publisher||Quill Tree Books|
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