Welcome to the CSFF Blog Tour featuring Andrew Peterson’s On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness, first in the Wingfeather Saga. I haven’t read the book so I’ll try to post reviews, etc., from other sites:)
But here’s an Excerpt from the Random House site:
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE IGIBY COTTAGE
Just outside the town of Glipwood, perched near the edge of the cliffs above the Dark Sea sat a little cottage where lived the Igiby family. The cottage was rather plain, except for how comfortable it was, and how nicely it had been built, and how neatly it was kept in spite of the three children who lived there, and except for the love that glowed from it like firelight from its windows at night.
As for the Igiby family? Well, except for the way they always sat late into the night beside the hearth telling stories, and when they sang in the garden while they gathered the harvest, and when the grandfather, Podo Helmer, sat on the porch blowing smoke rings, and except for all the good, warm things that filled their days there like cider in a mug on a winter night, they were quite miserable. Quite miserable indeed, in that land where walked the Fangs of Dang.
You can read the rest HERE.
Other tour participants:
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D. G. D. Davidson
Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte