Jonathan Rogers, N.D. Wilson, Jennifer Trafton, Douglas Kaine McKelveyWaterBrook Press / 2021 / HardcoverOur Price$9.595 out of 5 stars for Wingfeather Tales: Seven Thrilling Stories from the World of Aerwiar #5. View reviews of this product. 10 Reviews
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seadragonmama4 Stars Out Of 5Interesting GroupSeptember 24, 2022seadragonmamaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4I read all four Wingfeather Saga books with my nine year old so we ordered the Tales. It is an interesting collection of stories from different perspectives around Aerwiar. However the last and longest is very dark at times so I have been a bit skeptical during reading it with my young son. It definitely seems like an older audience would understand more of what is actually going on, because it is a very raw look at human emotion and the consequences of your actions... or inaction. And if you hate half-page long sentences... you may get lost in the wordiness. Overall, it is a fine addition, but the original four books are absolutely wonderful so this extra was slightly disappointing.
elcissoni5 Stars Out Of 5Amazing companion to the original seriesJune 8, 2022elcissoniQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Another incredible book that is a companion to the Wingfeather Saga. If you loved the original series then Wingfeather Tales is not to be missed. Some loose ends were tied up and questions answered! We loved the audio version narrated by Andrew Peterson.
Lisa5 Stars Out Of 5Highly anticipated-does not disappoint!March 22, 2021LisaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Welcome back to the land of Aerwiar! This companion piece to The Wingfeather Saga has been greatly anticipated by our family after finishing the series a few months ago. Written by a collaboration of authors, and beautifully illustrated, this book captures the magic and delight of the original stories. Revisit some old friends. Peek into the stories that make up their lives. Go on exciting adventures. And make new friends along the way. This book is not a continuation of The Wingfeather Saga but indeed satisfies that longing for more! You will not be disappointed!
Micah5 Stars Out Of 5Beyond ExpectationsMarch 22, 2021MicahQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5When I first learned of the Wingfeather Tales I was excited to hear more from the world of Aerwiar. However, I can also say there was some trepidation knowing that not all the stories would be written by Andrew Peterson (reading the Forward relieved most of my concern). Would this book contain the same whimsical, hope giving, truth tasting, thought provoking and overall engaging aspects of the Wingfeather Saga? The answer: Yes
These tales contain unlikely heroes, unexpected friends, amusing romance, tragic love, glimpses into Podo Helmers troubled past, brotherly rivalry, a florid (sword) comic, heart-rending journeys, and redeemed lives. Not to mention toothy cows, snick buzzards and their belly buttons, the fendril, flabbits, thwaps, dragons and all manner of creature.
Each author did a wonderful job at bringing the stories of Aerwiar to life. Any good and believable world, after all, must have tales to tell in many forms with various authors.
jreavisAge: 45-54Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Great fun additionMarch 22, 2021jreavisAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This short story is full of color and descriptions to help the reader really see Yorsha Doon through the eyes of a young street urchin. Safiki saves the Prince from certain death and makes several new friends along the way. It is very reminiscent of Aladdin.
Ollister Pembrook tells of his adventure after writing the Creaturpedia. Then he meets Sophelia Stupe, a poxed face young lady and falls in love. Someday becomes Soon.
Podo and Captain Whillys adventures is another great story about sailing to the Sunken Mountains to capture sqwyrms, baby dragons. These are just a few of the seven short stories in Wingfeather Tales.
All these short stories are brought to life and further explain life in all the outer areas from the Wingfeather books. Wonderful addition and great fun for readers of all ages!
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