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Exile Slowly inexorably the Striga a mysterious blue owl from the Middle Kingdoms gains control over young Coryn s mind An then the unthinkable happens The Band is banished from the Great Ga Hoole Tree

  • Title: Exile
  • Author: Kathryn Lasky
  • ISBN: 9780439888080
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
  • Slowly, inexorably, the Striga, a mysterious blue owl from the Middle Kingdoms, gains control over young Coryn s mind An then the unthinkable happens The Band is banished from the Great Ga Hoole Tree The Striga institutes a harsh new regime that will not stop until learning itself the very foundation of the tree becomes suspect and books are consigned to flame SomehowSlowly, inexorably, the Striga, a mysterious blue owl from the Middle Kingdoms, gains control over young Coryn s mind An then the unthinkable happens The Band is banished from the Great Ga Hoole Tree The Striga institutes a harsh new regime that will not stop until learning itself the very foundation of the tree becomes suspect and books are consigned to flame Somehow the Band must open Coryn s eyes to the Striga s malign influence But how They are in exile

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    1. Finally the penultimate book 14 of this huge Guardians of Ga'hoole series, Exile. Although after reading 13 books at stretch anyone would definitely get bored and start asking when will this finish but Exile out of the blue still manages to captivate us readers in love and sadness with the brave owls of ga'hoole, the demonic Pure Ones, and the fight between good and evil. Few have been able to make a successful story of animals but this series exceeds that of an animal book,. Finally with the ne [...]

    2. After I read this book I thought that it was very well written, because when I read the title "Exile" I got confused and at the same time curious about what it is was about. As I read through it I started to understand it much more. This was one of my five top favorites out of the whole series. The other four where Legends Of Ga'hoole, Battle of the Ember, The Burning, and The Rescue. As I read each of these books so many thoughts about the story raced through my head. There are 15 books in tota [...]

    3. these books are getting weirder and weirdera BLUE OWL named striga has gained control over coryn's mind making him EXILE the band as well as making owls burn their so-called "vanities". WHAT THE HGFGEUHFDHDSAHBGRUOFGMGDSDHHCDWAGYJHFMNXBXNCVHJSIEUGFYEJEBFGEJDBFHEHDFBFHDNDHFHSBCHFKWCJKJHBVSDHUIULNFHDBKUNHCKWHFBUWKHFKDFHWKJFHQUHEWBUHF!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

    4. This one was good. Rather dark I would say. The Striga is slowly taking over Coryn's mind. Tricking and deceiving him. As Striga has said, " at the heart is decite" now the band has been banished. It's the classic fight between good and evil. It questions power. And it begs the question, " Do we live under power or moral values?"

    5. Exile Jason Clemente 1/30/17 English 10 7th hourAuthor’s Background“Kathryn Lasky has had a long fascination with owls.” “She thought she would someday write a nonfiction book about owls.” “She realized though, that this would indeed be difficult as owls are shy, nocturnal creatures.” “So she decided to write a fantasy about a world of owls.”She “wanted to include as much of their natural history as she could.” Kathryn Lasky was born on june the [...]

    6. The Band is exiled from the Tree when an evil blue owl (the Striga) gizzard-washes the young King Coryn. Can The Band get rid of the Striga before it’s too late for Coryn? I was pleasantly surprised by this fourteenth installment of the Ga’Hoole series. There’s a little life left in this series after all! Like The Golden Tree (the 12th book), this installment was an allegorical critique of organized religion (this time it criticized witch hunts, censorship, and apocalypticism). I was a lit [...]

    7. I always enjoy the GoG'H books when the Band go off on their special adventures. It's always funny because they are such old friends they are always joking or squabbling with each other. In this book the Band and the other Guardians of the tree are invaded from the inside by the new owl who has recently taken up residents in the Great Tree. This evil owl grows closer and closer to Coryn and farther and farther away from reality. The young king is blinded by the new comers evil ways. And in the p [...]

    8. JP Tulacka Guardians of Ga’ Hoole book 14 The Exile is a great book. I could hardly stop reading it was so suspenseful. The characters are the Soren Gylfie, Twilight and Digger which makes up the band. Outilisa a noble Spotted Owland and Coryn the King of the Kingdom. There also is The Striga who is an evil blue owl who came from the Middle Kingdoms and takes over Coryns mind. He convinces Coryn to send the band to go do weather research and once the band has left The Striga has the blue briga [...]

    9. Guardians of Ga'Hoole: Exile (Guardians of Ga'Hoole Book 14) Summary: Slowly, inexorably, the Striga, a mysterious blue owl from the Middle Kingdom, gains control over young Coryn's mind. And then the unthinkable happens. The Band is banished from the Great Ga'Hoole Tree. The Striga instates a harsh new regime that will not stop until learning itself - the very foundation of the tree - becomes suspect and books are consigned to flame. Somehow the Band must open Coryn's eyes to the Striga's malig [...]

    10. Another totally awesome book in the Ga'Hoole series! Poor Coryn - led astray but yet another owl because he let his weakness of parentage get in the way of logic. The Striga is such a fool and it's sad that so many flew to his cause. I can't help but make the connections to our lives now, we have some jerk spouting ideas and too many people following him without really listening.Anyone, the Band and the rest of the tree have to get creative in order to save their livelihoods from the Striga.Book [...]

    11. This time the story focus on the blue owl which is not so good. The blue owl create a cult and influence the king. The premise is like England witch hunt. How the king was influence, remind me of another chapter story in the book (i forgot which chapter). There is also a re-introduction of the owl previously introduce in the earlier chapter. At first, I found it hard reading the book because the blue owl really get into my nerve, but near the end where everything is starting to get better, I qui [...]

    12. In the penultimate entry of author Kathryn Lasky’s Guardians of Ga’Hoole saga, the Striga, a strange blue owl from the Middle Kingdoms, gains influence over King Coryn, with the Band led by his Uncle Soren exile from the Great Ga’Hoole Tree, and literature being set ablaze. The writer owes her gratitude to fellow writer Ray Bradbury for the dystopian world of his novel Fahrenheit 451, which has a similar depiction of the forbiddance of literature and learning, and the Striga plays a simila [...]

    13. Series Description:/review/show/Book Description:Exile is the 14th book of the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series. There are elements in this book, like unexpected twists and references to other books with a similar plot that make this book very interesting. Since it has evil owls that burn books, it goes and refers to Fahrenheit 451 and Ray Bradbury in discreet ways that, since I read books like Fahrenheit 451, it makes this book unique to the other books in the series.

    14. Whoosh, a stranger just saved my life. Shouldn’t I do something to repay him? How would you feel if this happened to you. What if this life saver tries to manipulate you, and he succeeds without you knowing? What if your friends knew about it and you didn’t?Try reading this book and you will be truly amazed. The strongest of people can be drawn into the claws of evil. One minute you are the very important and the next it’s like you don’t even exist. In this book you will read some bewild [...]

    15. My book is the 14th book in The Guardians of Ga’hoole series. This book focuses on Croyn, Gylfie, Soren, Twilight, Digger and the bad guys. All of the characters are owls and other creatures. It happens in a world where magic exists and the inhabits don’t exactly know what humans are. The book starts with an assassination attempt on our main characters.If you like this book you may also like the rest of The Guardians of Ga’hoole series. If you like books 9-11 in The Guardians of Ga’hoole [...]

    16. I rated this book 4 star because I couldn't help but absolutely love a book in one of my favorite series, but at the same time the book was so horrible. I don't think anything good happened in it. (view spoiler)[And then in the last book, even though everything was fixed, Coryn died :( (hide spoiler)] Still a great book!

    17. This is without a doubt one of the most terrifying children's books I have ever read. It was almost painful to get through the book, but I knew I had to force myself to because there were only a few left in the series.

    18. This was probably my favourite book in the series. There's betrayal, gizzard-control, love, secrecy, and more. It was actually really good, not just fun, like the other books, but this was really good.

    19. Coryn discovers his true lineage and the Guardians of Ga'Hoole join the Greenowls of Ambala. It turns out, only Tengshu can be trusted from the Middle Kingdoms, while Orlando is rather troublesome. The question is: What has more power; the Striga or the Ember of Hoole?

    20. I'm losing interest as these books get more heavy-handed and didactic, and as the author gets inconsistent from book to book

    21. Exciting story. I like the Ray Bradbury twist on it. Evil is still around. How can it all end with just one more book?

    22. I thought this book was very good because it had very good details about the setting & what the owls were doing. I can't wait to read the last book in this series!

    23. the story in itself isn't that bad but it's just that we had this story twist already in one of the previous books.

    24. Very fun read. I love Lasky's style of writing! Great story, interesting characters, and a strong plot.

    25. The blue 'hero' seems to be nothing but trouble.And when books begin to be burned the owls make plans to fight back.

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