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The telepathic winged horses known as Starwingers are losing their battle against extinction. They have one hope, the prophecy that a girl will fly along the full moon's track and sacrifice herself for them. However, that girl knows nothing about them.

Dia A'Dianais lives a countless distance away over the sea. She is a young princess of the Five Families. Her small, rich v
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ebook, 273 pages
Published April 12th 2012
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Katie
Nov 04, 2012 Katie rated it really liked it
At first glance I wasn't sure if I would like Starwinger Prophecy. I'll admit I thought the cover looked a bit young for me. However, I'm glad I stuck it out as I found myself becoming more in awe of Perrin's skill in writing. The story revolves around Dia, a princes of the five families. Dia is promised to be married to a man she does not love, nor appreciate. Instead of following her duty and marrying a man she believes is a bully, she sets out to find the land of her mother. She is soon ...more
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