The forest heaves and splits in a terrible quake, and Griffin, a newborn Silverwing, is sucked deep into the earth. Drawn into the underworld, he must confront the ghosts of his father’s past before they threaten to take him, too.
When Griffin is sucked into the Underworld, his father Shade must act fast—for legend says that if the living stumble into the land of the dead, they only have a short time before death claims them as its own.
But something else is hunting Griffin, too. Something dark. Something sinister. Something buried deep in a past that Shade hoped he'd never have to revisit. Who will find Griffin first? And will it even matter if none of them can make it back into the land of the living?
This thrilling companion novel concludes the Silverwing series.
In the third title in the series begun with Silverwing and Sunwing, Griffith's father, a bat, must rescue young Griffith when he is swallowed by the "Underworld" before it's too late. Ages 8-12.
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Sooo sad.....why....it’s nine o clock, I go to school at seven, I’m reading end, and, WHAM DAED I START SOBBING....I STILL AM.....WHY.....AUTHOR, YOU NEEED TO REPLY TO THIS I FEEL LIKE ILL NEVER BE HAPPY AGAINNNN.....BUT WHY SHADE? I LOVED SHADE!? Nooo.......* still sobing*BUT GOTH LIVES?! WHAT THE HECH IS WRONG WITH UUUUUU....😭🤧🤧😢😔☹️😫😥😖😣😓🤭😱😾😥😥😥😔😥😣😖🦇🦇🦇🦇five star except for ending.
This is one of the best books I have ever read, along with Erin hunter books, and Kathryn lasky books. But the end is really sad, and I was crying. I absolutely HATE goth now, even though I hated him before. I really want to read the next book, but it doesn't look like Griffin is going to be in that book. Can you please make another book abound shade and griffin? I'm giving this book five stars because it is so wonderful.
A good book with a sad ending that should have been better.