From School Library Journal
Grade 7 Up–After a war that raged for many years, Oliza Shardae Cobriana has become the heir to both the avian and serpiente thrones. As a symbol of peace at Wyvern's Court, she is expected to choose a mate who will become her king, but how can she choose between the serpiente, Urban, and the avian, Marus? When the princess is kidnapped and a note is found claiming she has abdicated the throne, mistrust erupts again between the races. Characters from Hawksong
(2004), and Falcondance
(2005, all Delacorte) are mentioned but no prior knowledge of the previous books is needed to understand the plot. A novel about the difficulty of bringing together two very diverse races and the sacrifices inherent in ruling, Wolfcry
is a tale of the spirit and love that this ruling class has for its subjects.–June H. Keuhn, Corning East High School, NY
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“A tale of the spirit and love that this ruling class has for its subjects.” –School Library Journal
“The most suspenseful book in The Kiesha’ra series. A fast-paced fantasy, full of adventure, mystery, and magic.”–VOYA“A compelling story.”–KLIATTFrom the Trade Paperback edition.