The First Fowler

A Green Ember Story
Narrated by: Eric Fritzius
Length: 1 hr and 51 mins
Categories: Kids, Animal Stories
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A Green Ember story set after the attack on Cloud Mountain and the battle at Jupiter's Crossing. In this sequel to The Last Archer, Jo Shanks is back in action against the Preylord tyrants. Alongside Helmer and Emma, this riveting adventure sees Jo on a perilous journey where survival and the cause itself are at stake. 

Faced with a calamitous quandary, the loyal band of rabbits must break out of a fatal trap and survive to breathe life into the fledgling resistance. 

An heir in peril. An archer hunted from the skies. Who will hunt the hunter?

©2019 S.D. Smith (P)2019 S.D. Smith

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  • 12-27-19

Loved it!

Thank you SD Smith for gifting my kids with stories of honor and bravery.

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Another home run by S.D. Smith!

An excellent addition to The Green Ember series! S.D. Smith’s stories engage people of all ages with a good mix of action, suspense, and plot/character development.

The narration by Eric Fritzius really brings the characters to life!

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A short story well done.

If you have followed the green ember stories, this is a great little addition to it. Make sure you read them all in order. These are good for adults as well as reading to your kids. Good is good and evil is evil, courage and hope are alive. ... till the green ember rises or the end of the world.

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Green Ember is my Favorite Series

"I loved this book! I hope S.D. Smith wires another series about rabbits!" AAB, age 7

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SD Smith does it again!

I love all things Green Ember! This book did not disappoint! I love the adventure and I love how the characters are challenged and grow through the course of this book. I particularly like Hayward’s role in this book. Highly recommend!!! This book will make more sense if you listen to it and the other books in the order recommended by the author.

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I Love this book

I love all the green ember books so much there’s a best thing I’ve ever heard

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Awesome

The best book I've ever listened to I've always loved this Series I could listen to it over and over again and not get tired of it




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A perfect compliment to phenomenal saga

We breezed through this tale of The First Fowler in a couple days. With just enough humor to keep you from despair, this tale keeps you on the edge of your seat as you are swept along with the rabbits of the elite squad as they fight for rabbit-kind and find their own places in the story. I am again impressed by the ability of Smith, in writing, and the narrator, in reading, to develop so many diverse and intriguing characters without making them hard to track.
Green Ember books always feel like an invitation into the author's heart and home to have a story told just for you, and this one is no exception.

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