The Five Realms: The Legend Of Podkin One-ear by Kieran LarwoodThe Five Realms: The Legend Of Podkin One-ear by Kieran Larwood

The Five Realms: The Legend Of Podkin One-ear

byKieran Larwood

Paperback | May 23, 2017

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Winner of the Best Story Blue Peter Book Award 2017

A thick white blanket covers the wide slopes of the band of hills known as the Razorback Downs . . .

Podkin is the son of a warrior chieftain. He knows that one day it will be up to him to lead his warren and guard it in times of danger. But for now, he’s quite happy to laze around annoying his older sister Paz, and playing with his baby brother Pook. Then Podkin’s home is brutally attacked, and the young rabbits are forced to flee. The terrifying Gorm are on the rampage, and no one and nowhere is safe. With danger all around them, Podkin must protect his family, uncover his destiny, and attempt to defeat the most horrifying enemy rabbitkind has ever known.

Kieran has been passionate about stories and storytelling ever since reading The Hobbit at age six. He graduated from Southampton University with a degree in English Literature and works as a Reception teacher in a primary school. He lives on the Isle of Wight with his family, and between work, fatherhood and writing doesn't get nearly...
Title:The Five Realms: The Legend Of Podkin One-earFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.12 × 0.7 inPublished:May 23, 2017Publisher:Faber & Faber AgencyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0571328261

ISBN - 13:9780571328260

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Enjoyable This was an incredibly enjoyable read. I am already planning to buy a copy or two for neices and nephews. Podkin One-Ear is much like the Hobbit, in that it is a fantastical tale about loss and tragedy, friendship and growing as a person , while weaving in important lessons about ambition, diversity, and "never digging too deep". There was a bit of violence and "gore" - an enemy at one point is squashed by a tree - but the main tale was about growing up, dealing with loss, and what courage and heroism really looks like. I recommend this book for parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents etc who are looking for books to buy their kids, neices/nephews, or grandkids. If you enjoyed Tolkien, and want to start your young loved ones off in the world of fantasy, this is a great book to start with.
Date published: 2017-02-23