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review Orphans Song The Songkeeper Chronicles #1 Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Her solo is a death sentence Deep within the world of Leira flows a melody that was sung at the beginning of time by Emhran the Master Singer Now it is broken buried forgotten But in each generation a Songkeeper arises to uphold the meHer solo is a death sentence Deep within the world of Leira flows a melody that was sung at the beginning of time by Emhran the Master Singer Now it is broken buried forgotten But in each generation a Songkeeper arises to uphold the memory of the Song. My biggest complaint about this book the fact that it endedOther than that which sadly most books suffer from Orphan's Song was excellent I loved the characters particularly Amos His accent his history secrets oh the secrets his insults and other turns of phrase I need to add boggswoggle to my vocabulary his determination to protect Birdie even if he sometimes goes about it the wrong way he's just awesome Can he be real Please The idea of the Song and the Songkeeper was also fascinating at least the little I found out about it in this book I would've liked a few answers in that area but as it's the first book in the series I shan't complain Also there's a griffin A griffin This makes me enormously happy because fiction needs griffins and this one whose name by the way is Gundhrold is epic Plotwise Orphan's Song was very good The first switch from Birdie's plotline to Ky's caught me a little off guard but that's mostly because of what happened in Birdie's plotline right before the switch My only real issue with the plot is the ending which is a cliffhanger Not the most evil cliffhanger I've ever read but it's a cliffhanger nonetheless and I need book two now PleaseOverall Orphan's Song is an excellent book which I would recommend to lovers of fantasy both young and old

Gillian Bronte Adams Í 3 review

Against those who want it silenced forever When Birdie first hears the Song coming from her own mouth her world shatters She is no longer simply an orphan but the last of a hunted people Forced to flee for her life she must decide whom to trust a trave. Oh My Goodness I want the second book right now

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Orphans Song The Songkeeper Chronicles #1Ling peddler a streetwise thief or a mysterious creature who claims to know her past With enemies at her heels and war threatening to tear her homeland apart Birdie soon discovers an overwhelming truth the fate of Leira may hinge on one orphan’s Song. I don't give 5 stars often I try to save them for the best books It's even less likely that I give 5 stars to a debut author as there is always room for improvement with themBut this debut by Gillian Bronte Adams breaks through with exceptional writing Birdie is an orphan who lives with a mean innkeeper and is used for cheap labor She longs to escape but has nowhere to run And she hears a strange but beautiful melody that no one else can hear When an evil Khelari soldier discovers her identity and captures her it's up to a traveling peddler with his own secrets to rescue her But there is than anyone knows at stake and it encompasses villages pirates street children and a mysterious creature with his own agendaOrphan's Song is a fantasy novel that has an interesting premise It is not uniue but Gillian writes enough twists and turns that the plot can't be predicted Her characters stand out and have distinct voices and they are easy to cheer forWhat sets this book into the 5 star range is the beauty of the writing Some books try to be fancy with words and descriptions and it becomes distracting Gillian has a wonderful touch of giving evocative description and showing that flows along with everything in the book The pictures she creates with her words elevates this from any standard fantasyI knew from Gillian's blog that she cared deeply about her craft and story and the proof is in Orphan's Song It has vaulted into the best book I've read this year The only problem is that I have to wait to find out what happens Great job Gillian