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  • Paperback: 752 pages
  • Publisher: Orbit; paperback / softback edition (3 July 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1841496529
  • ISBN-13: 978-1841496528
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 4.6 x 17.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 510,288 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jennifer Fallon is the author of 15 full-length novels and a number of published short stories in genres ranging from horror to science fiction. In addition to her own fantasy series' - The Demon Child trilogy, The Hythrun Chronicles, the Second Sons Trilogy,The Tide Lords Quadrilogy and the Rift Runners series - she has written both a tie-novel and short fiction for the TV series, Stargate SG1, an official Zorro story, a novella for the Legends of Australian Fantasy Anthology and has her own superhero - The Violet Valet.

Jennifer has a Masters Degree from the Creative Arts faculty of QUT. A computer trainer and application specialist in her "day job", Jennifer currently works in the IT industry and spends at least a month each year working at Scott Base in Antarctica.

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Lively fantasy saga full of intriguing characters, smart dialogue and twisty plotting (Publishers Weekly)

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The first volume in a fast-paced fantasy saga, featuring a cast of dynamic characters against a background of high intrigue and political drama.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Sudworth VINE VOICE on 9 Nov 2008
Format: Paperback
At the risk of mis quoting this normally I would avoid Fantasy novels like the plague and not touch them with a 10 foot orc spear - but , this is very different. Yes, there are elements of magic (but not too much) but this fair cracks along with the story being the efforts of a young princess a) to survive , b)protect her family and c) maybe marry for love. You hardly get the chance to get to know some characters as you think that they will be main characters throughout the story and nope.. dead !
There are some definate story lines to be unravelled at the end (I've moved onto the second in the trilogy this weekend) but while there is plenty of action its the portrayel of the characters that I liked. People you could identify with , and a sense of humour (Lord of the Rings characters seemed very serious to me..- all the time)
In short a great read , good paced story - a definate cut above the rest
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jurgen van Leeuwen on 19 Nov 2006
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Jennifer Fallon really suprised me with this first book in this trilogy. Having read the Harshini trilogy I wasn't sure what more Fallon could bring to this world especially as the Harshini trilogy was pretty much a closed trilogy.

However Fallon managed to take us to the time before Damin Wolfblade was born and tells us the story of Marla Wolfblade, Damin's mother.

If you like great plans, broken trust, unlikely relationships, intrigues at court and assasinations, than this book is a must read. Brakandaran the half breed is also involved in this tale so be prepared for some Harshini magic.

a great read and look forward to "warrior" the next book in this trilogy.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By David Roy on 31 Jan 2006
Format: Hardcover
With Wolfblade, Jennifer Fallon goes into the past of the world she created for the Hythrun Chronicles, giving us a story of Marla Wolfblade, Damin’s mother (the Hythrian Warlord in the original trilogy). Marla was an interesting character in that trilogy. Though not used much, she was intriguing, irascible, politically expedient and very intelligent. How did she get to her position? Wolfblade begins that story. Other than a slow beginning, it’s a fantastic tale of political fantasy with the question always hanging over the book: who will end up with the throne of Hythria? I’m already looking forward to the results, which is a good thing since we know what the political landscape will look like in about fifteen to twenty years.
Sixteen-year-old Marla Wolfblade is the only sister to an increasingly perverted High Prince of Hythria. Lernan has no interest in bedding a woman, not even to establish an heir, and the rest of his practices become increasingly strange as the book moves on. He has no interest in running the country, and leaves that to the High Arrion of the Sorcerers’ Collective, an old man named Kagan. Marla is to be married off to the King of Fardohnya as part of a political bargain, but dissidents within Hythria are determined to remove Lernan from power. Other dissidents come up with a plan of their own. Caught between these factions, young Marla wishes desperately to marry for love, but instead is constantly told what she must do for the good of the realm. Now, with the much-needed son that everybody wants, will she be able to protect him from those who want absolute power anyway?
Wolfblade is book one of the “Wolfblade Trilogy,” at least in North America.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Apache on 2 May 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I read the Demon Child trilogy after being enthralled with the Second Sons trilogy, and was not disapointed one iota.

So when I saw this was available, I ordered it pronto. To my delight, I couldn't put Wolfblade down, and found it up to Ms Fallon's usual intriguing and well written standard.

I'd also ordered Warrior - the next installment, but there was unfortunately a long 4 day gap between the end of Wolfblade and this arriving, but it is here now, and I'm making good progress with that too.

If you like her other books then definately read this!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Wilson - Falcata Times Blog TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Oct 2008
Format: Paperback
Going back into Jen's Hythrun world we are treated to a prequel to the Demon Child trilogy, however if you haven't read the original series you're not going to get the full picture as the author elects to trust that the reader has done omitting facts that are key to understanding this tale which for the first part will perhaps have more putting the tale down which picks up if you persevere. As you've come to expect her work is well written, the characters believable and to top it off the plot leads the reader on an adventure that they'll be pleased that they started. Full of plot twists with an unpredictability thrown into the mix has made this tale a joy to read backed up with huge action sequences as the reader gets to appreciate the full power of the Harshini.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. C. Symonds on 21 Sep 2010
Format: Paperback
This is the first book of a prequel trilogy to Fallon's Demon Child trilogy and I made the mistake of reading some of the reviews on Amazon before starting the book. These reviews implied that I wouldn't be able to follow the story unless I'd read the Demon child series first so I wasn't sure if I would enjoy the book (especially as it's another doorstop book - over 700 pages!) but it just goes to show that you should never listen to critics! I loved the book - all the political wrangling over succession and hints at the use of magic and the `hidden' race of Harshini made for a convincing world. This is a world that has existed for hundred of years and will go on even without the characters. Marla, nominally the `main' character makes enormous strides to grow up throughout the book - and by the end comes of age. But all the other characters are superbly written as well and there are one or two shocks when some characters are killed off. This is a world where the good guys don't always win - in fact the good guys don't always do good and the bad guys aren't all bad - everyone is a shade of grey and their actions can go either way. I was able to follow the story without reading the Demon Child and I think it surprised me when the story took a certain turn as I didn't know how it was going to end. I enjoyed this so much - I can't wait for the middle book of the trilogy to arrive - Warrior.
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