Good book for 10-13 year old - book 3 of 5. Story of how a group of owl misfits band together and become heros. Lots of action and mystery.
Book three of an eight book series about the Owl Gaurdians of GaHoole. Although fiction there is a great deal of information about different kinds of owls. The author has a great imagination! Suitable for Young Adult Readers.
Soren was kidnapped and taken to the St Aegolius School for Orphaned Owls and longs to see his sister, Eglantine, again.
Soren must embark upon a perilous quest which will bring him face to face with a force more dangerous than anything the fulers of St. Aggies could have devised -- and a truth that threatens to destroy the owl kingdom.
This was definitely an improvement from the second book and I think was very enjoyable as the first book was. Soren and his friends start to learn about what Eglatine went through while she was in captivity. They also are on the search of learning about "Metal Beak" and where Ezylryb went off too, who has been missing and is their favorite teacher at Ga'Hoole. Thankfully this one had far less poop humor than the last one which was certainly very helpful. I love learning more abou each character even though sometimes I have a hard time remembering who is who. I think I have them all down now that I've read this book.