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posts on 10/5/2006 1:47:48 PM Cool! I've read all of them, the next one is called outcast. The reason why its called soul eater is cos at the end he (Torak) becomes one!! SORRY, I have a real habit of ruining endings... If it helps, it happens against his will...sorry
posts on 10/4/2006 2:59:25 PM I read Wolf Brother and Spirit Walker, and I have to go buy Soul Eater because I just found out that the book is already out. My library doesn't have it so it's probably going to be a while till I buy it.
posts on 10/4/2006 2:50:21 PM Jango came out a few months ago here and I've already read it. It seems I've been waiting an eternity for the books I want. Have either of you read wolf brother?

posts on 10/1/2006 3:32:12 PM On Amazon it says it comes out in May, that's such a long wait. Now I have two books that I'm waiting for them to come out in 2007, Jango and Crane. I've been waiting for Crane to come out for an entire year and by the time it comes out I'm going to forget what the series is about.
posts on 10/1/2006 3:26:12 PM There is a sequel out, but it's not out in the US yet. It's called Jango.-Sk8r girl/Firepaw
posts on 10/1/2006 1:40:45 PM I finished Seeker yay! Can somebody tell me if there is a sequel, and if so what is the name of it?
posts on 10/1/2006 8:35:52 AM The books are about a girl called Kestrel and her twin brother Bowman, they can sort of feel what the other feels. The city where they live is split up in class, like yarrowleaf said, by colours, the whole city has to take tests, and those who score the highest are therefore superior...
posts on 9/26/2006 4:16:07 PM The books are kind of like Garth Nix's seventh tower books in the way that the classes are divided in colors. You should read what amazon says about it though. My summaries are never very good, and I usually get an important detail all messed up. I got the Seeker from the library today, and will probably start it tonight. Right now I'm busy wasting my life on the computer.
posts on 9/26/2006 3:17:17 PM What are those wind on fire trilogy books about. I've seen them bfore, but I don't remember it saying what it was about!
posts on 9/26/2006 3:14:09 PM I dont watch the programs, I just love the drawings,lol. I've read wind on fire trilogy and liked the second best. Yarrowleaf have you read seeker? WN has got a really distinctive, almost sinister style of writing, it's still really good though.
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