Thursday, January 16, 2014


by Emma Michaels
published by Tribute
ISBN 978-0-9857922-4-4
Why Read?: Review
Challenges: n/a

Emma Michaels continues her Society of Feathers trilogy with Eyrie.  Eyrie picks up right after Owlet with Iris finding out more about how special she is among the Aves and that she holds a rightful place within the Eyrie.  The majority of the story is about her learning about herself and the others with bird souls either through direct conversation or entering the memories of others, a power that she has as an Owlet.

This was a very passive novel with a lot more tell rather than show.  This made it very hard for me to get into it and connect with the characters.  Michaels does have a very nice twist at the end, and that definitely saved the series and confirmed that Eyrie was mainly a bridge between Owlet and the final book, Stryx.  I am very interested to find out how Emma Michaels resolves The Society of Feathers trilogy.

Rating 2/5

1 comment:

  1. Ricki, thanks for taking the time to read and review Emma's book.