Warlord Warlord is the third and final book of the Hythrun Chronicles Marla Wolfblade’s world has been shattered by the death of both her beloved court’esa and. Praise for Jennifer Fallon’in a word: captivating’ Herald Sun on Wolfblade’an outstanding fantasy read’ AussieReviews on Wolfblade’sparkling high fantasy’. Jennifer Fallon (born ) is an Australian author of fantasy and science fiction. She is also a Wolfblade (); Warrior (); Warlord ().
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Jennifer Fallon Reviewed by Myfanwy Rodman 3. Halle Berry’s baby daddy. At times it felt as if the book was full of nothing but nobles vying for power. The trilogy had lots afllon twists and turns, and I thought the dialogue so funny and light-hearted.
Sign In Don’t have an account? All bets are off. Winter Be My Shield. This conclusion of the Wolfblade Trilogy is also a bit of a prelude to the Demon Child Trilogybecause even though I’ve read fsllon before and I think it’s better to read in that orderI’m interested to read it again after, because the developments in Wolfblade probably will cast a new This story is mainly about Damin Wolfblade growing in stature, from an exuberant youth to a commanding warlord.
Pity she took her own life though. Ik vind deze boeken zelfs zo leuk dat ik door aan het lezen ben in een ander deel dat niet vertaald is.
The resolution was also rather good, but I felt a little let down because it covered some of the story-lines well, others got a passing mention, or one or two little ones were not covered at all. Tom Doherty Associates Imprint: This is incredibly thoughtless, lazy writing.
But without reading those, which were a bit long and uneven, this book wouldn’t have made any sense.
Can hardly wait to read the next one! While I found it extremely difficult to put this down, I’m a little torn about it. I enjoyed the twist regarding Jenniter and once again, Damin is most likely my favourite character in the whole series, though I did enjoy Galon Miar here.
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It is a pity the books weren’t like that from the beginning. I enjoyed the story but was horrified to see the state that Markhus brought his family too with his own greed.
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Personal tools Log in. Frequently the tone taken by characters on the same side is unnecessarily combative, which makes whole conversations uncomfortable to imagine. Maybe I am mistaken, but it seems as if the development was gradual and the author’s writing style improved dramatically during writing of this trilogy. So much happens and all of it is both exciting and satisfying.
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Wolfblade 3 by Jennifer Fallon Goodreads Author. Also, the humor that was more evident in the second book continues on in this one. Political intrigue and personal tragedy shapes this chronicle of a family and country in a time of great change.
Item s unavailable for purchase. And though she has been trying to kill Damin and install her own h Who the hell lets lose a plague to kill one person? It is really weird and sometimes makes me cringe. This trilogy wrap-up does a few things that I like: With ‘goodies’ and ‘baddies’ acting in such similar ways, it’s hard to find someone to root for.
Warlord (Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade, #3) by Jennifer Fallon
Dragons, Heroes and Wizards. Marla suddenly finds herself facing a new adversary in the dangerous and enigmatic assassin, Galon Miarwho may or may not be on her side. Ravaged by plague and politically divided, the kingdom of Hythria faces invasion.
He just did not grab me at all. Slavery is treated cavalierly; power is wielded without truly dealing with its consequences.
Warlord (Wolfblade Trilogy) by Jennifer Fallon – book review
But are there any emotional consequences to the trauma that Luciena has been exposed to? They’ve been surpressed by the men of Hythria, and they work “underground” jennufer accomplish what they want. With the city on the brink of starvation, it seems only theft on an unprecedented scale can free Krakandar from Mahkas’s madness and tyranny North Star Guide Me Home.
It is truly horrible. He’s just so charismatic, it’s like he jumps right off the page. Meanwhile, Fardohnya is massing for an invasion of plague-ravaged Hythria and Damin Wolfblade must fallno a way to defeat the callon Fardohnyans with a much smaller army, his hands tied by tradition, politics and his foolish uncle, the High Prince of Hythria, who decides to lead the army to victory himself.
Marla, too, is a Mary-Sue of ridiculous proportions who never suffers the emotional consequences of her actions.
As usual, I was blown away. We literally see some characters from birth to death and it’s wonderful and tragic to be a part of that journey. This conclusion of the Wolfblade Trilogy is also a bit of a prelude to the Demon Child Trilogybecause even though I’ve read it before and I think it’s better to read in that orderI’m interested to read it again after, because the developments in Wolfblade probably will cast a new light on what fzllon in Demon Child.