Dark of the Moon

In a natural world under siege from the pressures of human beings, the keas of Kawa struggle to find the balance for survival The virtues of the old natural ways and the need to adapt to the new order are debated A great journey is planned, a desperate wintry flight into the heart of a hostile human world
Dark of the Moon In a natural world under siege from the pressures of human beings the keas of Kawa struggle to find the balance for survival The virtues of the old natural ways and the need to adapt to the new order

  • Title: Dark of the Moon
  • Author: Philip Temple
  • ISBN: 9780140178876
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Dark of the Moon”

    1. If you have read Philip Temple's Beak of the Moon, Dark of the Moon is its kinda maybe sorta sequel. (If you have read my review of that book please do not continue to read this review. It's a kinda maybe sorta sequel to that review in the way that it is much the same review.) It's also about kea parrots in New Zealand, there are a couple of recurring characters and one or two mentions of the other book ("In the time of Strongbeak!" Yeah, yeah. Who is excited?). If you haven't read 'Beak' this r [...]

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