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  • The War of the Ember Guardians of Ga'Hoole #15
  • Kathryn Lasky
  • English
  • 06 September 2017
  • 9780439888097

10 thoughts on “The War of the Ember Guardians of Ga'Hoole #15

  1. says:

    This book culminates the fifteen book adventure of the Guardians of Gahoole series This last book was an improvement on the last several installations but it comes nowhere near to the uality of the first two or the seventh and eighth Overall I enjoyed it as a passive read but I never felt involved in the story

  2. says:

    Just when I started feeling that the series is extending a bit too much it gets interesting to even think of leaving the series alone Book 15 The war of the Ember yes finally the ever ending series of the noble ow

  3. says:

    So this book was totally mazing it is now my all time favorite book of the series It was amazing the final battle at the end of the b

  4. says:

    This was the final book of the main series and the one I never knew existed when I blew through the series in middle schoo

  5. says:

    Gaurdians of Ga Hoole War of the EmberBy Kathryn Lasky “Soren your time has come” Those fateful words were empowering and heart

  6. says:

    The book that I am currently reading right now is called Guardians of Ga'Hoole By Katheryn Lasky The story has a mixed amount of main antagonist and protagonists The main protagonists names are Soren Barn owl Gyl

  7. says:

    THIS REVIEW CONTAINS MAJOR SPOILERS This bookseries has a lot of bittersweet memories for me When I finished itand cried it was Christmas Eve Ezylryb will forever remind me of my grandfather who was a true book lover Right about the time I read the part in the series where Ezylryb passed away my grandfather did as well

  8. says:

    This series has had a horrible downfall from the first book Very disappointed the band seems to be Mary suesGary

  9. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Guardians series While they're surprisingly violent for books targeted at children I still think of them as a good ea

  10. says:

    While I certainly did enjoy this series I also feel there was a lot of dragging out of stories chopping out entire stories and in the last few books mountains of retconning I personally think the series could have been ended far far earlier I've noticed with many of these types of books looking at you Warriors that stories are so confusing and drawn out that they're a bit difficult to read While this series was far be

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The War of the Ember Guardians of Ga'Hoole #15

Seagulls and dire wolves An army of free creatures marches swims and flies to the Hot Gates of the Beyond where the fate of the six owl kingdoms will be decided once and for a This series has had a horrible downfall from the first book Very disappointed the band seems to be Mary suesGary sues now Like Gylfie is the best navigator in the history of the tree A non band one is Ruby she is the best flier in the history of the tree I pretty much hate this book series now I unhappily stuck with it though to see if it would get better I hope Wolves of the Beyond will be better

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Not an ambush Not a battle But the final confrontation War In this last chapter in the great of the Guardians of Ga'Hoole the Striga and Nyra join to conjure a malignant power This book culminates the fifteen book adventure of the Guardians of Gahoole series This last book was an improvement on the last several installations but it comes nowhere near to the uality of the first two or the seventh and eighth Overall I enjoyed it as a passive read but I never felt involved in the story I was planning to rate it 3 stars but the end was so disappointing that I gave it only two Without divulging major spoilers I shall say it this way In the end battle a pivotal character dies and their death is treated flippantly The entire section of battle scenes is so rushed that it s hard to focus and then the death of a major character is glossed over None of his friends even acted all that sorrowful After the initial moment of shock they were like Oh well He s dead Let s just move on with life The dramatic factor to the surprise end was ruined by the other character s passive response and overall ruined the book for me Here is my review of the entire Guardians of Ga Hoole seriesFor the most part I liked the first six books The first two were great The seventh and eighth were absolutely excellent I stayed up all night to finish them From there on the series got less interesting The plot lines grew increasingly tired and although there were some scenes which I enjoyed others were so dull that the books averaged at a low rating The books were uick reads so I still finished the series but I won t re read most of the booksOne of the main things I enjoyed about this series was how it made magic out to be a bad thing Since it was not used in a frivolous way and was shown to hold dire conseuences the story was believable than a fantasy world where characters cast spells left and right Characters had to work hard to succeed instead of using magic to get what they wanted The owls value teamwork learning from history and studying the natural world The young owls are usually respectful to their elders Many owls die protecting loved ones We see that one s birth and childhood don t decide how someone will turn out Sometimes the morals can come across as trite but they re better than what you usually find in mainstream children s fare Here are my major complaints with the series1 I know that this is a fantasy story but throughout there are many illogical things which contradict nature For instance owls fight with ice scimitars Ice only stays frozen under 32 degree conditions but the swords never melt no matter where the owls use them Owls catch coals in their talons and carry them about without getting burned Coals retain their heat permanently when removed from flames This is slightly plausible than the ice swords but the coals should eventually cool One of them was magical which might explain the longevity of the flames but ordinary coals can t stay hot foreverIf the author had given some explanation however frivolous of how this could happen it might sit better with me Simply saying it s fantasy doesn t convince me that this is plausible If a fantasy world is going to seem real it has to suspend your disbelief If the author can convince you that this really could happen in a fantasy world you can enjoy the story If you re thinking the entire time Drop the coal It s going to burn you it s hard to feel dramatic2 Throughout the books there are occasional references to Others humans who once lived in the world but are now extinct This could make for an interesting plot line but it isn t given enough time or thought It would be better left out than just a half baked idea There s also another suspension of disbelief problem here even though Others have been extinct so long that they are little than legends paintings and old books remain It s feasible that stone structures would still be around but if an owl can get to old books then mildew should have gotten to them years and years ago3 The made up swear words and occasional crude jokes are unnecessary and just plain irritatingI don t regret reading this series because it was usually entertaining and mostly clean but I wouldn t recommend it since there are so many better fantasy books on the market

review The War of the Ember Guardians of Ga'Hoole #15

From hagsmire itself When news of their alliance reaches the Great Ga'Hoole Tree the Guardians call to good creatures everywhere gadfeathers kraals polar bears greenowlspuffins Gaurdians of Ga Hoole War of the EmberBy Kathryn Lasky Soren your time has come Those fateful words were empowering and heartbreaking The book was incredible and magnificent and bloody and everything in between My favorite character is by far Teng Shu even though he play only a minor role he has got to be the coolest owl ever Let me put this simply he is an owl who knows kung fu and he is blue A BLUE OWL I think Lasky wrote this final chapter to end the FIFTEEN book saga and to put an end to Nyra and that stupid blue owl Orlando aka the Striga Orlando is a demented dragon court owl who escaped and tried to take over the kings mind and then tried to court Nyra Bleakch It great though when the striga got ripped to pieces then dropped into an erupting volcano which is the end of the story which is when the spartanic battle of the ember takes place I call it spartanic because there are several allusions to the battle of the 300 spartans at Thermopylae I kept read the book because it was never boring that is just the way lasky writes If it were a movie though I would probably choose little known actors to play the parts In the end however I was totally taken by surprised but I can not tell you why because that would just ruin the whole series of book so now you have to go read them to find out Just a warning I wouldn t recommend this book to small children or those with a weak stomach or who dislike blood because it is gruesome bloody and very violent


About the Author: Kathryn Lasky

The War of the Ember is currently the last book in the