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Shadow of the Hawk In A Kingdom At War, The Line Between Good And Evil Becomes Blurred In This Third Book In The Wereworld Saga, Werewolf And Rightful King Of Lyssia Drew Ferran Must Battle His Way Off A Bleak Volcanic Island Where He S Being Held Prisoner With The Help Of A Motley Crew Of Enslaved Werelords, He Escapes And Embarks On An Urgent Quest To Find The Long Lost Tribe Of Hawklords In The Distant Reaches Of The Kingdom Meanwhile, Drew S Old Friends Find Themselves On A Dangerous High Seas Mission Plagued By Misfortune And The Influence Of Dark Magick That Threatens To Tempt Even The Purest Heart.


10 thoughts on “Shadow of the Hawk

  1. says:

    Final rating 4.5 5 starsI was captivated by the first two books in the series Rise of the Wolf Rage of Lions, especially after reading the second book, which proved to be quite cool This can be sad for Shadow of the Hawk as well I have to congratulate Jobling for having interesting plot twist ideas, because some of them certainly shocked me I didn t expect half things to happen, and it is just regretful that so many things have gone wrong And by that i mean that you expect something to finally go right, and boooooom, you have a huge plot twist which make you gasp Just the way the second book ended With lot of people dead or missing While we are at missing people, two women were MIA in this book Gretchen and Whitley They were completely cut out from the book, but i didn t mind that since the next book seem to be just about them So, the story is Drew is sold to slavery, to be a gladiator Imagine a shapeshifting gladiators That s certainly new while Lucas is back on the throne Trent is miserable and he wants revenge against Drew, so he joined the Werecats Hector is getting even insane and the Wolf council is on the sea, making allies and such Many things are happening and just like the other books from Wereworld, this book is pretty dark as well.____________________________________________ Characters ____________________________________________So, here we are, stuck with Drew, Hector, Kesslar, Trent, Djogo, ...


  2. says:

    Be warned, reader I will try my hardest not to include any spoilers about Shadow of the Hawk in this review, but I cannot promise the same about the previous two books in the series If you have not yet read them then you may want to look away now.I loved the first two Wereworld books The first was brilliant, and the second, Rage of Lions, even better So much so that it made it into my list of top picks of 2012 I know that many others share my admiration for these books so no pressure then Mr Jobling Did I say pressure The man must thrive on it as Shadow of the Hawk is yet another outstanding addition to the series, the only downside being that having finished I am now thoroughly annoyed that I won t be able to find out what happens next until the fourth book, Nest of Serpents, is published in June.There is very little time in the story between the close of the last book, and where this one kicks off Drew is held captive by the evil Kessler, a Weregoat who has made a name for himself as a slaver He has only one plan for Drew to deliver him to the Isle of Scoria and sell him as a slave Meanwhile, his close friend Hector has managed to escape the armies of the Catlords, and is safely on board the Maelstrom, in the company of Manfred, Vega and Queen Amelie I say safely, but that isn t strictly true his dabbling in the dark arts is beginning to have quite an effect on the young Wereboar, but about th...


  3. says:

    This is the third installment of the engrossing and exciting Wereworld series by British author Curtis Jobling He can t write these books fast enough for me No sooner have I finished one then I m eager for the next to find out what s going to happen next to all the characters Something major nearly always happens at the end of each book as well which leaves me biting my nails and unable to sleep until I know the next publication date The story picks up with Drew enslaved by the Goatlord Kessler and on his way to Scoria where he s forced to fight as a gladiator for the Lizardlords He is determined however to gain his freedom and return to Lyssia to claim his kingdom back once and for all and knowing Drew, I have no doubt that he ll do so in the end He has an inextinguishable spirit and true grit and no matter what stands in his way he never gives up and he always overcomes the obstacles put in his path He s endured a lot since discovering his true heritage and he s suffered both pain and despair but I love his loyalty and his single minded pursuit of what s right.In a separate plot strand, the story follows the Boarlord Hector, who is onboard the ship the Maelstrom Hector has been my absolute favourite character in the series from the word go He s also probably been the one character who has changed the most throughout the story and for this reason and without giving anything away , I m starting to worry that redemption may now be out of his reach His regular communing with t...


  4. says:

    I would give this book 4.5 stars.It was fast paced as the other two books were and filled with action I couldn t keep this book down, in fact I started and finished it in a day.Amazing book, though the cliffhanger wasn t as huge as the second book, I still can t wait to read the next book.


  5. says:

    4 Out of 5 A brave hero, a band of gladiators, an imposter king, a vengeful knight, a world full of Werelords and Wereladies, Wereworld is a place like no other, a world fantastical and magical than any I ve read about for a long time Drew Ferran, rightful heir to the Westland throne, is a prisoner The Goatlord Kesslar has the young Werewolf in his possession, taking him to the land of the Lizardlords There, Drew will be forced to fight as a gladiator, and make unlikely alliances in order to escape alive, from a place no one has broken away from before Hector the Wereboar, Vega the Sharklord and Werestag Manfred are fleeing from the Catlords, aboard the notorious pirate ship Maelstrom But as the spirits haunting Hector grow stronger, he is left wondering whether the true enemy is closer than they thought I honestly don t know what I was expecting when I started this especially as I haven t read any of the other books in the series A cross between Narnia and Teen Wolf perhaps I don t know Most definitely not the fantastical, action pack...


  6. says:

    WereworldShadow of the HawkBy Curtis JoblingImagine finding yourself as a prisoner You are desperate to get out because your rightful heir tothe throne Wereworld Shadow of the Hawk is great at making things intense with action andadventure This book has many shapeshifting humans that turns into many amazing creatures.One of the shapeshifting humans is a guy named Drew He can shape shift into a gray wolf Theway Curtis can explain the way the human body shape shifts into their creature is quite intense Ilike that Curtis limits the gore I like that Curtis can explain a character as if you were standingright next to him her Curtis goes in depth it the action then most author do The thing thathe does that I don t really like is the jumping between characters I like that in this book you llsee some big words that you might not know or understand which means you ll learn words I m not one to like reading but when I started this series of books I couldn t get enough Ireall...


  7. says:

    Well, this was quite good and expertly interesting I enjoyed it not a small amount Although, I had was somewhat perturbed with some parts But they are mostly spoilers, so I shan t voice er, write convert to text my perturbation.


  8. says:

    While I prefer to read series in order, I did skip the second book in the Wereworld series I caught on to what was happening pretty fast, although I did miss one or two important instances of character development I do think it s best to at least read the first book RISE OF THE WOLF before jumping into SHADOW OF THE HAWK, because it lays out the groundwork for how the world works and introduces many of the characters This is a series with a gigantic cast Forgive me if I get any names wrong Drew, our protagonist, is the last of the Gray Wolves and has a claim to the throne of Lyssia His half brother Prince Lucas wants to keep the throne in Werelion hands They each have their supporters, although Drew begins SHADOW OF THE HAWK cut off from his and stuck in slavery, serving as a gladiator I ll give you three guesses as to whether he incites a rebellion, first two don t count Meanwhile, his staunchest allies are sailing to a prospective safe haven and the two coolest female characters from the first book are MIA Gretchen and Whitley, you are missed The rightful king who will bring peace to the land is not a new plot in children s fantasy But Curtis Jobling s take is appealing There s lots of different societies to be navigated, all sorts of monsters, and you ll probably like at least one of the main characters At times, SHADOW OF THE HAWK does feel a bit too sprawling Drew s fortunes change several times and his brother Trent makes a mea...


  9. says:

    Wereworld Shadow of the Hawk was a really great book I really liked the story line, and how all of the characters were so defined The author, Curtis Jobling, does a really great job at getting a reader interested in a book, when I was reading it it made me not want to put the book down That is how good of an author he is The plot of the story is to show that as long as you have a common goal, anyone can be the most likely of partners In the story, Drew, Taboo, Drake and Behemoth, along with Krieg all teamed up to kill the leader of a gladiator ring that they were apart of They then decided to team up together to go against the cat lords to regain all the land that was taken away while they were gone The main characters of the story are Drew, Taboo, Krieg, Griffyn, and Behemoth At the beginning of the book, they all seemed like the most unusual group of friends that I have ever read about Taboo is a were tiger, Krieg is a were rhino, Drew is a were wolf, and Behemoth is a were mammoth Griffyn was a were hawk, but his wings were cut off when the cat lords started to take over The book does not really say what the time or place that it takes place in If I had to guess what time period it was taking place in, I would have to say that it would be in the Golden Age of Piracy I say this because the story talks about being on pirate ships The p...


  10. says:

    Wereworld book 3, Shadow of the Hawk, is a amazing book that completely lives up to the expectations set by the first two books As with the last two books, it can get a bit gory, so I would definitely recommend it for older teens If you have read the last two books and enjoyed them, you will surely love this one It starts right off where the last book ended In the his other books, Curtis Jobling amazed me at his ability to evenly distribute the action...


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