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4.0 out of 5 stars Gathering pace, 16 Oct 2008
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This review is from: Warrior (Wolfblade Trilogy) (Paperback)
The second novel by Jennifer Fallon in her new series. As you've come to expect from her writing, its crisp, the authors politicking double dealing a treat to read with the combat sequences extremely well constructed to keep even the most blood thirsty fan handy. Yet what Jennifer has done that's different is to get away more from the godlike powers of the Harshini and relying more on the "Spirit of Man" aspect which to be honest is more my type of novel. It means that the characters have to work to achieve their goals and with the fact that they're fully rounded also added to the joy of the exploration of this tale. I'm going to eagerly await the third part in the series moving it to the top of my reading pile upon landing.
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4.0 out of 5 stars warrior, 19 Aug 2012
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I really enjoyed this and the subsequent books in this trilogy. It's a fantasy book about politics, with good characters that keeps you hungry to know what happens in the next chapter.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Middle book syndrom, but still good, 21 Sep 2010
This review is from: Warrior (Wolfblade Trilogy) (Paperback)
Most trilogies do drag a little in the middle book - carrying on the story and unable to wrap it up. This book does have some of that aspect. The first half continues the story of Marla Wolfblade and her fight for her family and paving the way for her son to take the High Prince's throne in the future. The story then jumps forward in time again to Damin's early twenties and a threat to the country form the neighbouring kingdom. Both parts are strong as Fallon characterisation is her strong point and each character seems to jump out of the page fully formed. Although I liked the political intrigue, the large cast of characters made it difficult to keep everyone in mind at times - especially with the number of stepchildren, cousins, foster sisters and all the other family relations that are cramped into the book. The first book in the trilogy was a perfect introduction to Marla and how she learns to take up the reigns of power. This book, while I enjoyed it immensely seemed to lack that clarity of focus and the telling of one complete story. It ends on a cliff hanger but it is still a marvellous journey and I can't wait for the next one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better and better, 19 Jan 2009
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Improvement on Wolfblade which itself was a great read. I couldn't put this book down and Warlord [Book 3] has just arrived. Superb. Great page-turner. Very highly recommended. Small point but I really like the covers of this trilogy. Perhaps could do with a better map but that's nit-picking. She's a very fine writer who deserves wider acclaim. Frankly, I've got tired of waiting for the last part of Song of Ice and Fire and Fallon's books have more than stepped into the breach. Certainly as good [well, almost...!]
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