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Wolfsangel by M.D. Lachlan
Wolfsangel by M.D. Lachlan
Set in the era of Vikings and Gods walking amongst men, the story begins with a Viking King leading his men to a rampage, based on a prophecy given to him by mountain witches, about a baby who will lead and carry on his name. However, instead of one baby he finds twins and takes them and their mother home with him. The King pays a heavy price for this rampage and returns to the mountain witches who are feared by all. As the journey continues, we follow the paths of the twins, their various relationships and the role of the Gods. As the story emerges, we come to believe in the origin to the Werewolf, the seemingly cruel hand of the Gods and how this entwines with Norse history and lore… Read more
Succubus Shadows (Georgina Kincaid, Book 5) by Richelle Mead
(minor spoilers incl)

Weddings, angels, demons, love & lust, old loves, old friends. yep this novel includes all you love and know - but you know what, back in the 1st book I honestly thought the person she was destined to be with was Carter but now - I am pretty sure it's Seth. For the first time too I am totally rooting for Seth. a few tears as you experience the torture the Oneroi create for Georgina - so well done Ms Mead for putting me right there with her. Who else hated Simone? Still cant figure out her part in all this.

And the ending - woah without spoiling it for those who have yet to read it - just hurry up and read. The only bummer is that the supposedly… Read more
The Desert Spear (The Demon Cycle, Book 2) by Peter V. Brett
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
There are spoilers contained in this review.

Firstly, I had eagerly awaited the release of this book and was surprised by the size. The opening chapter and the intro. of the Coreling princes was different - seeing things through their mind.

Then the books introduces Jardir as an adult but before he is The Deliverer. Then of course, it goes on and on and talks about his childhood, his choices, his obstacles and how he became the man who is and the people in his circle who made him the man he is now. I think the author wanted us to see him for he was and why he does what he does and for me it worked - I 'like' him but as another reviewer added, his falling in love with… Read more

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