Fell (The Sight #2)
In this dark, thrilling fairy tale, it is the wolf who saves the girl. Fell, the dark-furred twin brother of Larka, the heroine of The Sight, must face life without his sister or the rest of his loving pack. He’s a lone wolf now, a kerl,” an outcast from his kind who shares his sister’s fatal gift for seeing the future and the thoughts of others. This gift leads him to bef...more
'Fell' is the story of the she-wolf Larka's brother Fell, now a loner. Fell, like his sister, weilds the Sight, an ancient and terrifying power that has seperated him from other wol ...more
Fell (the book, not the character) is about a black wolf (called Fell, of course) who in the first book, was Larka's, the main character, brother. It turns out that he had the power of the sight too, and he eventually in his travels finds a human girl who for some mysterious reason, also as the power of the sight-- The first human who ...more
It's really, really hard to pick out exactl ...more
Have you ever felt like an outcast? Pushed away by your peers and friends because of something you could do or know? Fell, a black-furred wolf from Transylvania is an outcast from the rest of his pack and is isolated from his sister, Larka, due to the fact that both his sister and him share the gift of seeing the future and other peoples thoughts. This causes him to become a "kerl", which means lone wolf.
In the book, Fell by David Clement-Davies it also tells the stor ...more
I have to compare this one to The Return of the King. The scope is tremendous, the pace is exhilarating, and the depth is astounding. If The Sight made me cry in a few spots, I could hardly stop crying while reading Fell. Mr. Clement-Davies hits all the right notes and weaves his story with impressive skill. The bond between Fell and Alina is deep and profound, and the message of love, courag ...more
When David arrives in America, he was greeted with no kindness. David finds out he has no family or friends in this land. Eventually when he goes into a Jewish neighborhood he feels like he doesnt belong there. People were calling him a greenhornaE made him feel bad about himself, and he very quickly decid ...more
Even though this is technically a sequel, it really doesn't have much to do with the first book, other than having some of the same characters. In fact you don't even have to have read The Sight at all. This book copies the same cover style as the first, with the main wolf character's face taking up the wh ...more
Granted, Clement-Davies writes about Fell's struggles and story more compellingly than Alina's, but I e ...more
Unlike The Sight, there are a lot of human-world perspectives and plot lines in this book. This book also felt really cinematic and dramatic in comparison. There were so many well-written scenes and locations and everything in this book I had no trouble picturing IMAX quality scenes.
I guess my biggest complaint is t ...more
Right off the bat, this novel starts off on the wrong foot. What's that? The last book stared wolves who were dynamic, interesting, and had more layers of depth than an onion? Well, here's a plain, boring human protagonist tha ...more
Fell, the late Larka's brother, is also afflicted with the curse "the sight". After the loss of his sister, and freedom from Morgra, Fell realizes it might be better if he ...more
If there is one thing that Clement-Davies does well, it's emotion. Always poignant and realistic, he is an expert at crafting his characters and what drives them. Alina turns out to be a bold, amazing and strong character, and despite my love for her, as I read I found her chapters dragging. I suppose it was simply because I was desperate for Fell's ...more
This is my 200th review!
Okay. Now that I've gotten that out of my system...
Fell takes place after the incidents of The Sight. Larka's dark-furred brother Fell has become a lone wolf now, a “kerl,” an outcast from his kind who shares his sister’s fatal gift for seeing the future and the thoughts of others. This gift leads him to befriend a young girl, also an outcast from her people. They have a shared destiny: to free the land from a tyranni ...more