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Caradoc of the North Wind (Destiny's Path #4)

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  159 ratings  ·  17 reviews
As the war with the Saxons reaches its darkest hour, Branwen is taking on suicidal missions. When disaster strikes, and a valued friend suffers a devastating injury, Branwen must trust in the power of her destiny more than ever.
Paperback, 368 pages
Published April 5th 2012 by Hodder Children's Books (first published April 2012)
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I want more parts with Iwan and Branwen >.<
Annabelle Marie Veronica
****FINAL RATING: 4.00 STARS****

Due to being UK fiction, these books aren't too well known, but I absolutely adore them nonetheless. They can be hard to read at times but are a whole lot of fun despite their content and make fun reads for when I need a break. They're perfect read to go to and have lovely covers. I love these books, and I think they're really amazing.

Branwen definitely grows in this book. She starts out prideful in the beginning of this book, and the
Best one yet! I read this in one sitting and could not put it down. I had other books to read before this one but I just couldn't wait so I settled down to read more of Branwen's adventures!

The book opens with another bloody battle and the pace does not relent from then on. Branwen and her band of followers set out to escort the two snobby princesses we met in the first book to Pengwern so that Meredith the eldest princess can marry King Cynon's son Drustan. At the beginning of the book Branwen
this was such an enjoyable series! I love YA/fiction with warrior girls, but in my experience, it's so hard to find something that a) doesn't make romance a big part of it and/or b) doesn't at least imply sexual assault. the warrior princess series avoids both of these things and I can very gladly endorse it as an easy yet engrossing read! the little romantic hints that were there were nice because it felt like a good evolution of the relationship. AND OH, BLODWEDD, MY HEART - I saw it coming a ...more
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Please please, this can’t be the last one. Don’t leave me like this! Please, write another one. There has to me another book. What about the young bear? What about Branwen and Iwan? What about the male Chosen One? what, what, what????!!! NO!!
I stared this series in excitement, and the first book was a bit of a let down. But then. This. It’s just gotten better and better with each book and. Oh. I am in love with these characters. Omigosh – where is the fifth book!?!?!?!?
Words can't even begin to convey how beautiful this book is...

Packed to the brim with action, adventure, friendships and a bit of romance, "Caradoc of the North Wind' is an absolutely breathtaking end to a wonderful series that keeps you hanging onto every word and wanting for more. What's more, the heroine is honest, loyal, relatable, makes mistakes and is easy to take the blame.

An absolute pleasure to read and most certainly deserving of 5 stars.

Naomi Scarlett
May 30, 2013 Naomi Scarlett rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fans of historical fiction
In Caradoc of the North Wind we follow Branwen and her followers on the last leg of their journey to defeat the Saxons once and for all. Caradoc of the North Winds is a gripping read that will have you hooked from page one. If you haven't already begun reading the Warrior Princess series I highly recommend you do. A thoroughly enjoyable series that I have found to be suited for all ages.
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great book though unfortunatly not sold here in canda where i live. to get my copy i wrote to the author and explained that we have one two and three in canada but this one was not published here. he sent me a copy from the uk hes a great guy and id love to meet him in person someday :)
Wow what a fantastic read it was full on from the beginning! It kept you on edge and had to find out what happens next. The downfall is the ending I didn't feel as it was the end, it's like there was more to the story what happens with the boy? And their relationship?
I had to order this book from a place in England because it never came out in the United States. Luckily it was in english so i managed to read it and loved it! I love this author! He is such a great writer.
I really loved this series. Can't tell you more because I finished it a while ago and it it's all a blur now! :(
That wasn't an ending!!! Will there be more books? With the Chosen One as main character?
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Awesome! Death and Sad!
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Sinopsis en Español // Synopsis in Spanish 1 1 Nov 20, 2014 10:33AM  
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This author has published under several versions of his name, including Allan Jones, Frewin Jones, and A.F. Jones. He has also published under the pen names Sam Hutton and Steven Saunders.
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