Wolfblade Wolfblade is the first book in the Hythrun Chronicles Marla Wolfblade, princess of Hythria, is determined to restore her family to its former power and. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. The first book of Fallon’s new trilogy showcases the Wolfblade: Wolfblade trilogy Book One by [Fallon, Jennifer]. Wolfblade (The Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade Trilogy, Book 1) [Jennifer Fallon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Marla Wolfblade of.
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At some points it seemed like this was a sort of Game of Thrones ripoff; there is even a major character that is a dwarf, wise in the way of politics, but I’m ok with that.
In comparison the political climate is easier to follow and jennifwr lot simpler while at the same time not feeling entirely unrealistic and badly done. Overall, she lead more with her heart and desires rather then with her brain.
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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The fantasy world would almost be plausible, but why can’t the different cultures have some clearly marked cultural differences also in language? The best part was that this change was entirely realistic; it happened gradually, through many terrible events. Open Preview See a Problem? Decided to re-read this series since the last time I was read it was 10 years ago.
The gods generally use their influence, magic users keep a low profile, and the human nobility do all of the dirty work.
Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade Series
Preview — Wolfblade by Jennifer Fallon. Each character had their virtues and vices.
The beginning didn’t grab me at all and it took adjusting to really get into the feel of the book, but I was determined to read it all. In Wolfblade the novel, Marla Wolfblade begins her rise, from naive sister of a decadent High Prince, to politically aware mother of the heir to the throne.
There were many view points and all of them had their own plot lines that were connected to the overall story. Wolfblade is the first book in the Hythrun Chronicles. Jennifer Fallon is one of my favorite authors.
Wolfblade (The Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade Trilogy, Book 1) — book review
This could have been so much better than it was. We meet Marla as a young woman, barely even coherent of her own identity and her rank. Customer Service If you have questions: Aug 11, Matt Larkin rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jul 29, Zaryna rated it it was amazing Shelves: When Fallon originally wrote the books in her native Australia, this was book four of the Hythrun Chronicles.
Long may the muse dwell with Jennifer Fallon! Along with Aija is Markahs, whose slow decent as a character is both terrifying and entertaining to follow along.
I can’t say more without going into spoilers but if you read the book you’ll understand what I mean. That’s because pacing is a key element in what makes me love a book rather than just like it.
Wolfblade 1The Hythrun Chronicles 4. I didn’t realize how weary I had become of poorly developed characters until Jennifer Fallon showed me what a real story should be.
In addition to 4 complete fantasy series – The Demon Child trilogy, The Hythrun Chronicles, the Second Sons Trilogy,The Tide Lords Quadrilogy and the Rift Runners series – Fallon has written both a tie-novel and short fiction for the TV series, Stargat Fallon is the author of 17 full-length bestselling novels and qolfblade number of published short stories in genres ranging from horror to science fiction.
Each character was interesting. It was an enjoyable read, but entirely too much work, especially when you moved over into the different countries and had more political factions and motive to deal with.
If she did she would probably have a more better role. Everyone is very concerned with wolfblaade fate of Hythria, but we don’t really get much of a sense than any one ruler would be too worse than the other, nor why the country is really worth fighting for. They’re usually a waste of time for me. And I think that anyone who liked that one would like this one too. Who knows, Jennofer might just be a cynical person who thinks too much.
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Just an FYI, this review does has spoilers in it, but only for book 1. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Maybe in the next book. The character noble surnames all seem to have some sort of animal, followed by a weapon – “Hawksword”, “Eaglespike”, “Wolfblade”, “Lionclaw”. By preventing any of the characters from bonding the reader doesn’t form any emotion from them and thus, when Fallon kills off a character which she does a lot the reader moi feels nothing.