Nest of Serpents is another step in right direction as it's character's are more fleshed and are made more too feel more like human's then unstoppable Were-animals. The approach the author takes to war and alliances in this book is one I find very interesting. Drew's brother has seen the light so to speak and abandoned his former ways only to fall into more trouble then before at Brackenholme when the wyldermen and Vala appear to conquer the great forest city. When he got up to the top of the tree he saw a pile of things in the throne room. I really do enjoy this book, I would recommend this book to people who love adventure, action, fantasy, and fiction. His friends are spread out over the land learning who they are and how to survive this cursed War. I should warn that there is a lot of violence throughout, though it isn't described graphically, and it has not seemed to bother my younger listeners.
Enslaved by the Goatlord Kesslar, young werewolf Drew finds himself on the volcanic isle of Scoria, forced to fight in the arena for the Lizardlords. Not just that but because Whitley is on the same wavelength as Drew and shares his love and respect of the people she would actually despite her reluctance to be a leader or take up the mantle of a noble be a better queen. There's now a huge cast of interesting characters with new faces appearing all the time. The only thing I can do now is wait not patiently for the next book! I just couldn't bear to read every chapter in which he appeared. It would be a good series for middle school through high school students. As Lyssia's greatest war rumbles towards a thunderous climax, the lines between friend and foe are blurred.
He repels the invading armies at Stormdale and rescues Whitley from Brackenholme, but at the same time Icegarden falls, the Wyldermen join forces with the Lionguard, Calico is besieged and there is no word from Azra. In commenting on the previous book, I said it was like a cross between Rangers Apprentice and the X-Men, and I would again reiterate that analogy. To view it, I loved this book and the plot is progressing. I often wonder what's become of my close friend Drew, but I suspect he's been killed by now. Young Werewolf Drew Ferran, rightful king of Westland, has rushed to the aid of the besieged Staglords, whose mountain stronghold is surrounded by the forces of the Werelion Prince Lucas.
Unfortunately, my school did not have the rest of the books so I had to wait. Young Werewolf Drew Ferran, rightful king of Westland, has rushed to the aid of the besieged Staglords, whose mountain stronghold is surrounded by the forces of the Werelion Prince Lucas. I am glad that Trent finally got it in his head that Drew is not his enemy, and now i am glad to see him appear more and moreeee! This is a really good series of books. I have to say that I preferred the old one and not only because I like all my books in a set to match. The characters are distinct, well developed, and consistently interesting. However, there's always hope and I truly believe that although he's done some terrible things, beneath it all is still a heart of gold.
I've fallen in love with this series and hope it never ends but the war in Lyssia won't last forever. After having been left on a cliffhanger at the end of the fourth book, I was eager to pick this one up and start it straight away. Just a quick note about the cover of the book. I so totally love Drew, he's my favorite character in this series. Wyldermen are very, extremely very creepy people.
Others call me Blackhand as the dark magic slowly takes over my body, and my murdered brother's voice still counsels me. He gnashed them, teeth striking one another like flint against stone. I'm so sucked into this whole series, so glad my local librarian recommended it to me. I don't like how Red rufus dies. I really liked Trent's character and hoping to see more of him in the next book and also looking forward to see how both the brothers meeting are going to go. When I first picked up this book series I was in year 8 of high school and read 'Rise of the Wolf' and 'Rage of lions' in one day.
The wolf was changing, and he didn't have the stomach to become king. But it's still cool in its own way : Anyway, very good sequel to Wereworld series. Instead Dike's father was considered by quite a few to be a tyrant himself and even among his allies was known for his fierce attitude and warmongering. He's made quite a transformation from the beginning of the series and at times he seems quite unrecognisable from the person that Drew first met. He's made quite a transformation from the beginning of the series and at times he seems quite unrecognisable from the person that Drew first met. Really, it was amazing and ended with another cliffhanger just like the previous book. When Lady Gretchen is abducted by the Werelion Prince Lucas, Drew and his friends embark on a perilous chase to stop the prince fleeing to his homeland of Bast.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. What if the enemy is one of their own? I don't like cannibals, and they creep the hell out of me. Come to think of it, it is probably the absence of favourite-character deaths that made me give 'Nest of Serpents' the same five star rating I gave 'Rise of the Wolf' although the loss of Red Rufus is a significant downer. After the battle in Stormdale Drew heard that Vala was attacking the bears city. Percy Jackson meets Dracula in this action-packed monster hunting series! Curtis Jobling is a very descriptive writer and I hope to read all of his books.
T My name is Hector, and few of my former friends suspect I'm secretly working for the armies of Prince Lucas. And deep in the haunted Dyrewood forest, the Wereladies Gretchen and Whitley seek sanctuary within the city of Brackenholme. This book is mainly about the young werewolf Drew, the only son of the late werelord Wergar. As the story progresses, an old foe returns to put everyone's lives in danger. Then Drew saw a line of people who were unconscious. I can hope, but he's nearing the point of eternal evil.