In North! Or Be Eaten, the second book in The Wingfeather Saga, Petty and her friends are stranded in the icy north after their ship is destroyed. They soon discover that they are not alone—a fierce tribe of arctic mice called the Snares has also been drawn to this strange land by a powerful force. As war looms between these two rival factions, Petty and her companions must find a way to protect both mousekind and birdkind from destruction. To do so, they will need to master all of the skills required for survival in this unforgiving region: hunting, fishing, tradecraft . . And most important of all, they must come together as one if they hope to prevail against impossible odds.
For who is this book for ?
The Wingfeather Saga is a series of children’s books by Andrew Peterson. The second book in the series, North! Or Be Eaten, finds Petty and her friends stranded in the icy north after their ship is destroyed. They must find a way to protect both mousekind and birdkind from destruction by the wolverines who have declared war on them.
- The author does an excellent job of creating a believable and compelling world.
- The characters are likable and relatable.
- The story is exciting and fast paced.
- The audiobook is 26 hours long
- It’s the second book in a series
- There’s a lot of talking
Learn more about the author
Andrew Peterson is the author of The Wingfeather Saga, a children’s audiobook series about an unlikely band of heroes who must save their world from evil. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife and two daughters.
“The Wingfeather Saga is one of the best series I have ever read.”
“Andrew Peterson spins an epic tale that is rich in biblical allusions and archetypal characters. This story will stay with listeners long after the audiobook ends.”
“This book is excellent! I could hardly put it down. It has all the excitement of a good adventure story, with great characters and an interesting plot.”
“A fantastic read and a great addition to the Wingfeather series. I would definitely recommend it for children aged 9+. Full of adventure, mystery and excitement.”