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Branwen and Rhodri are off on their adventure. They follow a Shining One's - Rhiannon's - path of glittering light until it ends. Now, where do they go? After an awkward encounter with some owls, Branwen and Rhodri pick up a new traveling companion - Blodwedd. Govannon, also a Shining One, has given Blodwedd an owl a human form to use for a time.
Blodwedd is to assist Branwen on her quest to prevent the Saxon invasion. Branwen, Rhodri and Blodwedd must prevent the Saxons from claiming Gwylan Canu - a fortress on the sea. There is no shortage of adventure and scheming throughout this book. Also, we begin to see Branwen take charge of her life a bit.
Instead of being dragged around, she is leading the way to her destiny. Jun 29, Lady rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy. I wasn't that impressed. For the first 50 pages Branwen is fiercely idiotic. So much so that I almost stopped reading a couple of times. But around page 54 she stops being insufferable and the story progresses with action and unexpected developments.
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But it never became fascinating or intriguing or engaging or any of those things that make me want to keep reading a book. I was going to give it 2 stars, but Frewin Jones winds things so nicely in the end it left me with a better impression than th I wasn't that impressed. I was going to give it 2 stars, but Frewin Jones winds things so nicely in the end it left me with a better impression than the beginning.
And almost made me interested to read the next one. Mar 09, Tgirl rated it it was ok Shelves: terrible , teen-books. So, I liked the first book, but this one was just I thought that the mythological stuff was just a stupid addtition to this book I know it was in the last book too, but it didn't bother me then Ok, and, like, where was the romance??? Sorry to say but the boy main characters Iwan and Rhodri are pansies.
I don't like them in this book. Yeah, I'm not reading the next book in the series in case you h So, I liked the first book, but this one was just Yeah, I'm not reading the next book in the series in case you haven't noticed. Jul 16, Clean Books rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy. I really liked this book!!!!! The book "Destiny's Path" is way better than the first book "Warrior Princess", because this book it is more interesting and the title doesn't give away the whole book, and what it is about.
I would recommend this book to anyone, and anyone who likes reading about Princesses as Warriors, wars, destiny's, and plots. I would suggest reading the first book, because if you just I really liked this book!!!!! I would suggest reading the first book, because if you just read the second you wouldn't know what is going on in the book. Jan 30, Terry Marine rated it liked it. Wow, blood! A four-star book, until the implausible end.
And gee Brandwin, egotistical much? Yeah, some guys like girls roaring about their mighty power to one and all. It's a guy-catcher, like wearing high heels and make-up. But, a little too kinky. Still, I like Brandwin and her companions. And I love her fights. Tough girl, she is.
Review by Madison - Year 10 Please bear in mind that this is book 2 in the series and the review may therefore contain spoilers to the first book. Following Branwen's first victory with help from the Shining Ones she sets off on another quest. She soon faces doubts when she receives no guidance or even signs from the Shining Ones. Branwen decides to return home only to be stopped by Govannon of the Wood. Gifting her with Blodwedd, an owl in girl form, who helps keep her on the right path.
Finally Review by Madison - Year 10 Please bear in mind that this is book 2 in the series and the review may therefore contain spoilers to the first book.
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Finally receiving reassurance from the Shining Ones, Branwen continues on the quest that has been set. I really enjoy these books and Destiny's Path was no exception. I am always in a state of anticipation while reading, wondering what will happen next. From surprise attacks, sword fights to rescue missions, you never know what twists and turns the story is going to take. Predictable this series is not : Not only is it a dynamic plot it is enhanced by the characters. I really like Branwen and feel empathy for her during her quest, she is so brave but has realistic moments of self-doubt.
Blodwedd, an owl trying to adjust to life in a girls body is a great peripheral character alongside th many others who join Branwen during her quest. It really is an action packed story. This series is perfect for anyone who enjoys action and adventure as well as providing a heart warming story of 'normal' people trying to save their land. Jul 25, Madison Vessels rated it really liked it Shelves: own. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
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I have to say that I am relieved with the way the story seems to be playing out. I didnt like how close Rhodri and Branwen were in the first or seemed to be throughout most of the second. I liked the idea of Iwan being with Branwen so I loved the addition of Blodwedd in the story. I would be very disappointed if they dont end up together in the end.
I also have to say that I hated how completely apprehensive about her quest Branwen was at the beginning of this book. I thought that that would be o I have to say that I am relieved with the way the story seems to be playing out. I thought that that would be over with her deciding to take up the quest at the end of number one and think that it was a bit overdone in number two.
I mean, yeah I understand if Jones makes her doubt or hate that she has to do it but complete denial seemed to be out of place. I hope that she doesnt do it again in number three. Overall though I loved the book and the series thus far.
I love that it is a story that is played out over a course of time and is not something that she just snaps her fingers and solves. I also love that it incorporates several other strong characters that aid and accomplish a lot with the main character, thus making the main character seem more human and much easier to relate. Aug 12, Jules Goud rated it liked it Shelves: gods-myths-the-higher-powers , back-in-time , mess-with-witches-and-die-be-cursed , other-shifters-that-aren-t-werewolv.
So now that Branwen finally has accepted her destiny, she has to follow it. There is just one problem. She excepts the Shining Ones to make it easy for her. It seems that it some parts, she wants the Shining Ones to do everything. Then in other parts, she uses her brain and we see how smart she is. She needs the Shining Ones for help but not to do everything for her.
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She can do that. I like that we don't get to see most of Branwen's destiny, only parts. That way there is a little mystery going on. Where is she and her companions going next?
How is her destiny going to play out? Also, there is the epic battle in this one as well.