The Warden and the Wolf King by Andrew Peterson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The conclusion to the Wingfeather Saga deeply satisfies.
Each book in the series got better, as far as writing style goes.
The end event is really bittersweet, done very well. There are many echoes of Lord of the Rings, and the strongest note is your identity, your name. Remembering who you are, and who names you, is vital to your character. This is true for the good guys and the bad guys.
Brotherly love and loyalty comes to its climax.
Find the good in people you think are bad.
These are lessons to learn, but he really tells a good story throughout, too.
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