Wyvern and Company

Wyvern and Company There are family photos taken when I was a baby which show Mom Dad and me at a big house overlooking the ocean Mom says we still own the house it s somewhere in Australia or New Zealand or something

  • Title: Wyvern and Company
  • Author: Connie Suttle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • There are family photos taken when I was a baby, which show Mom, Dad and me at a big house overlooking the ocean Mom says we still own the house it s somewhere in Australia or New Zealand or something, and they rent it out That s why we never go there My best friend Mack and I just started our senior year in high school If I d known anything about where that year wouldThere are family photos taken when I was a baby, which show Mom, Dad and me at a big house overlooking the ocean Mom says we still own the house it s somewhere in Australia or New Zealand or something, and they rent it out That s why we never go there My best friend Mack and I just started our senior year in high school If I d known anything about where that year would take us, I might have bumped the renters out of our beach house in Australia and stayed there for the duration The moment Justin Griffin turns eighteen, his life changes completely He isn t human His best friend isn t human His parents are definitely not who they say they are What s a guy to do

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    1. Great segue from Blood Destiny series to Irindicti series. This may not be the order in which it was written, but as far as overall timeline, this novel covers events between those two series. I read this out of order so there were a lot of "A Ha!" moments where things in the later books that i had already read made more sense to me. Justin Griffin (son of Adam and Kiarra) is a seventeen year old high school student, and his best friend, Mack (son of Fresno Packmaster Martin Walters, who helped [...]

    2. I have thoroughly enjoyed the Blood Destiny, Ir'Indicti, High Demon series. I enjoyed the God Wars series but the basic theme of the Spawn has drawn out for far too long now. It was getting tedious at best in the God Wars series but now being extended in to "Saa Thalarr" series is really pushing the enjoyment of the storyline. I feel Connie should concentrate on new endeavours such as in the "Finder" and "Cloud Dust" novels. And please stay away from the frightfully abused heroines. It was hard [...]

    3. There is something very comfortable about the way that Connie Suttle writes. I feel like the people in each series are friends and I for one am excited that we get more details on what is happening with more of my favorite characters. Connie Suttle is writing an epic tale that I thoroughly enjoy.I'm sure that I will read all of Connie Suttle's books again so that I have the full feel for the story. I have already read them 3 times and am surprised by things that I missed.

    4. Wow! I love all Connie Suttle books, but this one, introducing a young Justin and Mack, was wonderful. Exciting, thoughtful, heartwarming are just a few of the adjectives that come to mind. A wonderful way to understand so much about the SAA Thalaar.

    5. So GoodLove Connie Suttles' books. I enjoy her stories, world building, and characters. I love how these characters span 6 different series. I am enjoying the twists and turns this series it's taking. It definitely makes me want to revisit them all again.

    6. Wyden and Company: Saa Thalarr, Book 2I Loved it , it was sooner great I hope there more from this series please please I will be looking for it

    7. I like the endingIf you have read any of connie shuttle series the characters seem to cross over. New characters are introduced and that is what makes even more interesting.

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