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- Print Length: 238 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00K3QAUK6
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- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #289,411 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hair of the Bear (Tales of the New World Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I thouroghly enjoyed New World and I was delighted to find that Mr White had creared a sequel.
The Hair of the Bear develops the well wrought characters and adds layers to Mira. The story clips along at a quick pace and is over all too soon.
Please read New World first, this book is a worthy sequel.
Well done Mr White, can we have more please?
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In this sequel, and without giving away too much to those who haven't read New World yet, another tale of revenge begins, this time focusing on a woman who is the baddest soldier in her homeland/the mainland, a major in the crown's guard who is in charge of chasing down the worst criminals of the land. She is also royalty and won't let anyone remind her of that. She's tough, she's mean and she's a born leader, and she shows up in the New World ready to chase down the person who murdered a loved one. And she doesn't care about the tales of what awaits anyone foolish enough to go into the interior.
This and the original book are set in an amazingly unique and complex ecosystem, and the heroes must battle the elements along with the villains at every step. Woodcraft features prominently, magic less so but is still present. At their base these stories are about human development as the heroes and villains deal with the surroundings and with each other. There is a new race of sentients that figures prominently in the events.
The boy Simon has changed dramatically, as has his uncle Bogg. Their evolving relationship is heartwarming, and the introduction of a no-holds-barred femme fatale allows the tale to become even more complex and rich. Again, even amidst this unique and complex new world, it's the character development that underscores the plot.
Like the original book, this is a can't miss new and unique sword and sorcery tale for all fans of the genre. It's brilliant.
I normally read a few pages and fall asleep for the night, but I get dug into your stories and read chapters keeping up later than I'd like.
I recommend this book if you are into fiction and a good change.