The journey is long and harrowing. When Soren and his friends finally arrive at the Great Ga'Hoole Tree, they will be tested in ways they never dreamed and face challenges they never imagined. If they can learn from their leaders and from one another, they will soon become true Ga'Hoolian owls, honest and brave, wise and true.
"Fantasy [lover]s will enjoy the adventure." (Publishers Weekly)
Amazing book even better than the first book, narrator is amazing (I love her Ms. P voice the best) the only complaint I have is that there are other sentient animals that are minuscule to the story (puffins, eagles, and foxes) but then I guess it would be too much like Redwall.
More action than the moonblinking of the first book and more owls on the right side.
it was an extraordinary reading
it was a new perspective on the voices and in vision mentioned of the character
the book was great with an immense plot
I would recommend this book to any reader on the planet even if you only read nonfiction like I used to it wouldn't doubt you would love this book
Story line was good. I liked the narrator. Can't wait for the next one.
Would you consider the audio edition of The Journey to be better than the print version?
I have no time for printed books, but use audio books to pass time while commuting. I truely enjoyed the story line and will probably get all the books for my grandson.
What other book might you compare The Journey to and why?
The journey is a wonderfully done good guys and bad guys book.