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Because she was a princess, she had a Pegasus....
Princess Sylviianel has always known that on her 12th birthday she too would be bound to her own Pegasus. All members of the royal family have been thus bound since the Alliance was made almost a thousand years ago; the binding system was created to strengthen the Alliance, because humans and pegasi can only communicate formally, through specially trained Speaker magicians. Sylvi is accustomed to seeing pegasi every day at the palace, but she still finds the idea of her binding very daunting. The official phrase is that your pegasus is your “Excellent Friend”. But how can you be friends with someone you can’t talk to?
But everything is different for Sylvi and Ebon from the moment they meet at her binding - when they discover they can talk to each other. They form so close a bond that it becomes a threat to the status quo - and possibly to the future safety of their two nations. For some of the magicians believe there is a reason humans and pegasi should not fully understand each other....
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- Lana Arthur
The book is amazing. If you expect a sequel, frankly 11 years later don't. If you want a great narrator and good book with cliff hanger ending....well then it's a great listen. The narrator is amazing! Totally loved her reading. Amazing. But, the story starts, but the ending is left to your imagination. I doubt the sequels will ever happen.
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This story trots; could have flown
A cross-species love story; it used to be horse stories, but now with wings and the addition of gender awareness and the process of building social acceptance. Other than a social visit to Pegasus land, the most exciting thing seems to be that sneaking out at night to meet your guy for “risky” behavior is good for 12 year olds.
Volume variation forced constant adjustments. Male voices are annoying.
The story highlights the blindness of arbitrary cultural patterns. It also underscores why medieval settings are so popular in YA novels (the young protagonists can skip junior high school before assuming leading roles in society).
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