Title: The Princess and the Snowbird
Author: Mette Ivie Harrison
Publisher: Harper Teen
Release Date: May 4, 2010
Size: 240 pages, hardcover
Genre: YA Fantasy
Series: The Princess and the Hound; The Princess and the Bear
She is the headstrong daughter of the hound and the bear, heir to all her royal parents’ magic and able to transform at will into any animal she wishes.
He is an outcast, a boy without magic, determined to make his way in the forest beholden to no one.
Though Liva and Jens are as different as night and day, from the time their paths first cross they are irresistibly drawn to one another. Each wrestles with demons: Liva with the responsibility that comes with the vast magic she’s inherited, Jens with the haunting memories he’s left behind. Separately, they keep a lookout for each other and for the immense snowbird whose appearances signify a dark event on the horizon.
When a terrible threat surfaces, Liva and Jens set out in an attempt to protect all they hold dear. Much is at stake—for while their failure could spell an end to all magic, their success could bring them together at last.
I am excited to read this latest installment. I enjoyed both of the previous Princess books. The book cover is beautiful.