Nondula (Waifs of Duldred #2)

Oy And His Friends Cannot Believe Their Luck When Their Escape From Duldred Leads Them To Nondula, A Land Of Sweet Air And Gentle People All Seems Well Till Oy S Dear Friend, Linnet, Falls Seriously Ill With His Newly Found Healing Skills Oy Works Desperately To Save Her But When Nondula S Cruel Neighbours, The Felluns, Come To Visit, Oy Discovers That A Healer Is A Very Dangerous Thing To Be Soon Both Linnet S Life And The Future Of Nondula Come To Rest On His Small Shoulders.Nondula (Waifs of Duldred #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 229 pages
  • Nondula (Waifs of Duldred #2)
  • Ana Salote
  • English
  • 01 September 2019

10 thoughts on “Nondula (Waifs of Duldred #2)

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    Nondula is a YA book, the second in the Waifs of Duldred series by Ana Salote I reviewed Oy Yew, the first in the series, and was totally enchanted with the story Nondula follows the adventures of the children who at the end of Oy Yew have escaped on a raft from their slavery in Duldred Oy, Alas, Gritty, Gertie and Linnet.Nondula opens with the children awaking in a haystack in the country of that name, having been picked up and blown there by a tornado The children view this peaceful land and its gentle inhabitants as a land of milk and honey, but they soon learn that Nondula s neighbors, the cruel and primitive Felluns, are in the process of destroying it in the search for a healer who can treat their queen, Fellona.Each child is assigned a duty Gerties and Gritty become assistants to the librarian in the Sajistry, a large, underground complex Linnet, who is pale and colorless is assigned to the weaving barn to make dyes for their yarns Alas is to be a jack of all trades, and Oy is left to find his way Eventually he bec...

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    Nondula picks up the story of the waifs of Duldred started in Oy Yew The children who have escaped from the dreaded halls of Jeopardine are literally thrown by a storm into a haystack in Nondula, a land very different from Affland, where they have travelled from The people of Nondula are gentle and welcoming, encouraging the children to rest, recover and find their jenies their inner strengths and gifts Gertie delights in the library she starts to work in Linnet finds an affinity with weaving Oy explores the art of healing But before long, trouble returns Linnet gets weaker and the Felluns, a thuggish race that threatens the Nonduls and their children, swoop in and take away Clair, Nondula s healer, in their ongoing hunt for a remedy for their sick queen Oy decides he will give himself up to the Felluns as the last healer, in the hope he can save Nondula from an invasion, but finds himself captured and locked in the foul underground cages of the Felluns animals.In Oy Yew we met all the waifs and got to know a few of them well Here, the group is pared down to a small number and, as they learn about their strengths, we get to know them better Alas turns his frustration at the Nonduls ineffective defence system into activity, and learns he has a skill for deflecting attackers Gertie joins the library and throws herself into cataloguing the untidy collection The character who takes the limelight, though, is Gritty, who comes into her own here She pulls away...

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    You know that sinking feeling when you open up the sequel to a much loved book The worry that it won t be as good and will spoil your memories of the first Fear not Nondula is as magical as Oy Yew and will transport you back into the wonderful world of Oy and his friends.The waifs have escaped from Duldred and appear to have found a wonderful home But all is not as it seems and soon they are battling once again to find peace and happiness Linnet is fading away and Oy must find a way to save her He ends up captured by the Felluns and must try to escape Gritty heads off to rescue him and discovers her own talents Alas refuses to conform and faces his own battles Gertie finds her place in the world and a new friend.The writing is wonderful and a world is conjured up that is both inviting and scary Ana Salote has a real talent for world building and you can taste, touch and smell everything so vividly smell is particu...

  5. says:

    Absolutely loved this book Oy Yew was a fabulous debut, Nondula is a masterpiece Salote effortlessly pulls the reader into the world of the waifs, and sweeps you along with them on their adventures The characters are enchanting and the prose is almost lyrical in quality When the waifs arrive in Nondula they get their first taste of freedom and their first experience of full bellies and kind words Of course there s no way this can last or...

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