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Owlknight by Mercedes Lackey
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Read in January, 2005

This one was definitely the strangest of all the Darien books. I read it a few years after I had read the first two of this series set in Valdemar so I wasn't at all prepared for the quest-away-from-home. The other two deal closely with Errod's Grove, but this book see's Darien going out to find his parents.

I've never been very interested in the northern barbarians to begin with. The most interesting thing around there was that Darkness character that Vanyel had to fight about 1000 years before this book happens. Still, it was a good book to finish off the series with.

I was glad to see Darien grown into such a resourceful young man (although ML wouldn't have it any other way). Almost amusing how he wasn't Chosen, and yet him as a hawkbrother makes a lot more sense!
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