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Akea - His Mother's Son (Akea, #2)

4.78  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  8 reviews
The heart-wrenching sequel to Akea The Power of Destiny

Akea is no ordinary husky, and taking her place as Wolf Queen was just the first step in the journey set out for her by the Great Wolf. Akeas world turns upside down when humans raid their home, scattering the pack and capturing her hybrid son. Salvador struggles to adjust to a life in captivity, quickly realising not
Paperback, 93 pages
Published December 2019 by i2ipublishing
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Whispering Stories
Jan 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Akea. His Mothers Son is the second book in the Akea series featuring wolves and huskies. I havent read the first book but it didnt stop me from enjoying this one.

Akea, who is a husky, is the Wolf Queen alongside her partner Kazakh, a wolf. Together they have four pups, Gwenevier, Fayth, Adair, and Salvador. When humans come into their home they capture Salvador and take him to a wildlife park.

Will Akea ever see her son again, and what about the pack
Joshua Grant
Dec 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Elizabeth Jade tells another heartwarming tale of struggle and triumph in Akea: His Mothers Son! Akea is trying to adjust to her role as the Wolf Queen when tragedy strikes. An incursion by humans sees the pack scattered and her son taken into captivity. Now Akea must save Salvador while he fights to survive. Jades descriptions are beautiful in this book and her writing hits you right in the heart, especially if youre a dog lover! Check this one out if youre looking for a gripping animal fantasy ...more
Colin Garrow
Dec 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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As she proved with the first book in this series, Elizabeth Jade has a gift for writing for children. With the follow-up, she has created another heart-warming story that continues the saga of Akea, Kazakh and their husky/wolf offspring. As Akea strives to keep her family safe while watching out for the rest of the pack, she must also deal with wayward Salvador, who is more difficult to control. And as if that werent enough, theres the legendary Great White Wolf to worry about, too.

Theres a
Felicity Terry
Jan 21, 2020 rated it really liked it
Having predicted in my review of her first book, Akea: The Power Of Destiny, that this talented young author 'had a wonderful future ahead of her', if this, the second book in the series, is anything to go by it would seem I was right.

With all of the ingredients that made the previous books so special ... and more.

Written with both skill and insight. Beguiling, I loved the charm with which Akea: His Mother's Son is written; the descriptions of the wolves and the world which they inhabit
Jan Rosser
Jan 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I looked forward to reading the sequel to The Power of Destiny which I really enjoyed. This is another powerful, well written novel that will appeal to adults and children alike.

I remember reading Call of the Wild by Jack London when I was at school and Elizabeth has a way with words and descriptions that take the reader into the wolves lives so vividly.

When Akea's son Salvador is kidnapped and taken away to live in captivity, she is bereft and also has the worry of another pack of wolves
Dec 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
A lovely book that takes us onto a new generation of the wolf pack created by Elizabeth Jade. These stories are a wonderful introduction to the classic stories of the cold, wild North that readers will surely move on to as they grow.
Beautifully illustrated and carefully researched, Akea - His Mother's Son feels like a book about a real pack as Elizabeth isn't afraid to add hunting and fighting for leadership into the story of her anthropomorphic wolves.
Both books make the perfect present for a
Mark Schultz
Mar 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is book is a lot of fun; its an exciting story well suited to the preteen and young teen age group. The author has created a believable world around the idea of families or packs of wolves. We know that wolves are very intelligent and coordinate their hunting activities.
The line drawings are quite nice and help younger readers stay involved in the story. This is a wonderful chapter book for intermediate readers and above.
The scene setting was quite good and the use of the environment was
Elizabeth Jade
Nov 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
If you read book 1, then I know you will love this sequel.

Told through the eyes of the animals, this story helps you to step inside the minds of the huskies and wolves, feel both sides of the experience of loss and change, and take the next step in the journey.
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Elizabeth Jade was born in 1998 in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, England, but moved with her family to Wellington in Somerset when she was very young. She has one older brother.

Elizabeths early schooling did not go smoothly, and as a result, she was homeschooled from the age of seven. Her parents soon learned she had a unique slant on life and quickly abandoned attempts to follow the national

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