The Judgment

The Judgment

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Death can take on many guises: owl, eagle, groundling, human, plague, storm, and now, Crow. Kyp and his bedraggled band have come through so much, but now they face a new enemy: their own kind. They are being hunted down, methodically and relentlessly. Kuper has drawn hundreds of thousands with his vengeful dogma. They call themselves the Collection, and they are very, very angry. Kyp's wits and his extraordinary flying skills have never been more tested. He faces a storm of epic proportions, and the fate of each and every Crow hangs in the balance. There is nowhere to hide. The Collection is coming.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 19mm | 205g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0747575851
  • 9780747575856
  • 1,166,517

About Clem Martini

Clem Martini is a Canadian playwright and screenwriter who has written for both adults and young people. A professor of drama at the University of Calgary, he is a three-time winner of the Alberta Writer's Guild Drama Prize and was a Govenor General's Award nominee. The Judgment is the last book in the Crow Chronicles trilogy, following The Plague and The Mob, both published to critical acclaim. Clem was born in Calgary, Alberta, and lives there with his wife and two daughters.
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'Martini writes spare but muscular prose which vividly conjures landscape, character and situation. He knows how to build narrative and create suspense and maintain reader interest until the very last sentence ... there is every intimation that the future volumes may be even more enthralling. An impressive debut' Daily Express 'The Mob... is an epic tale of bravery, betrayal, rivalry and foolhardiness. It is a fully conceived and convincing world.' Times Educational Supplement 'The archaic tone gives Martini's prose weight, while still making it accessible enough for children' Big Issue '"a Canadian Watership Down for Crows" may explain it, but it doesn't do this wonderfully moving book justice ... Fast paced and totally absorbing' Philip Ardagh, Guardian Children's Supplement
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62 ratings
3.77 out of 5 stars
5 24% (15)
4 40% (25)
3 27% (17)
2 5% (3)
1 3% (2)
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