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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The climactic battle at the end of the third book is ended ridiculously early by an on-the-fly intervention by the Gary-Stu main character, who appears to have zero real faults.
I’ve never mennifer too much into politics, be they real or fictional, but this book actually made me want to learn to write walord. The pair have been at it for ages, and it was nice to see it finally come to a satisfying end, with one meeting her much needed end. I just love all the Hythrun characters. Pity she took her own life though. The narrative, and other characters, insist all the time that he is smart and charming and a great guy and going to be a great leader, but I would have been more willing to believe if he had been a background character.
While this may be realistic it doesn’t uplift the reader in the way that the best of high fantasy can. Since conclusion of the Wolfblade Trilogy is also a bit of a prelude to the Demon Child Trilogy I think it’s better to read in that order.
I guess I should wadlord for starting this review off in such a strange way, but seriously, the woman was evil. I was riveted by her hunt for power and her need to protect her loved ones.
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Warlodr could have been courageous, strong leaders, but they let greed and the love of power get in the way. This was my favorite out of the 3, which I read out of obligation as opposed to true interest compare with Kristen Britain’s Green Rider books. Tejay, Marla, Kalan, even Alija, are all strong, and work hard to get what they want.
In the series, we have seen characters develop, seen how a naive princess, wsrlord slave and obedient apprentice can grow and change through their experiences and have watched them fight and struggle for what they believe in.
Nov 14, Tori rated it liked it. Jan 06, Tara DePompei rated it liked it. Decided to re-read this series since the last time I was read it was 10 years warlorr.
At least she gets what she deserves by the end of the book. Derde deel en net zo heerlijk en spannend warlorf deel 2. Apr 24, Allie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Apr 19, Steve rated it it was amazing Shelves: And just in the previous two books, Fallon knows when and how to turn what could be a predicatable plot moment into an unpredictable, often shocking twist.
This story is mainly about Damin Wolfblade growing in stature, from an exuberant youth to a commanding warlord. So much happens and all of it is both exciting and satisfying. I enjoyed the story but was horrified to see the state that Markhus brought his family too with his own greed. If you liked the Demon Child trilogy, you will like this also. With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability.
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I especially like that Damin, who had consciously adopted the mien of a young, carefree, bon vivant, sheds that false image in a flash when it matters and finally to the surprise of everyone shows the true mettle of the son of Marla Wolfblade. North Star Guide Me Home. As with the previous books in this series Fallon’s characters, though well developed and beautifully presented, do leave warolrd reader feeling a little cheated.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. More about Jennifer Fallon. Though they came into it from different directions and different backgrounds, this is a group of people who truly care about each other, and are willing to stick around when times get tough.
But there is a lightness of tone, a dryness of wit that abounds. Return fallom Book Page. Slavery is treated cavalierly; power is wielded without truly dealing with its consequences. Finished last of the Wolfblade trilogy.
The Gods of Amyrantha. This is one of my favourite series’ and is something I always go back to when I’m in a slump. This book is definitely great.
I love how they’re kinda in a circle – Medalon was written first, but is actually set after Wolfblade. As ever the plot is complex and twisting, though there is a clear sense of a conclusion as the novel nears its end.
It is nice to see the younger Wolfblades, fallob grown up and coming into their own.