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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Warlord (Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade, #3) by Jennifer Fallon
At some point int time this year I will reread and review the previous fa,lon, which actually takes place before this one. I think one of the things I love about the series is that it’s set over 25 years. Frequently the tone taken by characters on the same side is unnecessarily combative, which makes whole conversations uncomfortable to imagine. The world fsllon has constructed is detailed and exquisite, the characters are multi-faceted and understandable although there are some characters I despise with every fibre of my beingthe relationships are heart-breaking and the plot is engaging.
They wanted control over their destiny and where able to change the course of Hythrun during the Fa,lon invasion. Sep 24, Wipqozn rated it really liked it. It was interesting to see the growth of Damin. Yet these characters attempt the same witty banter that you 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.
Marla Wolfblade is reeling from the loss of her closest confidant, Elizaar the Fool, who taught her the Rules of Gaining and Wielding Aarlord, and helped shape her into a force warlorr Hythria.
Now that I have gotten that totally shallow piece of business off my chest, on with the real review. At times it felt as if the book was full of nothing but nobles vying for power. Slavery is treated cavalierly; power is wielded without truly dealing with its consequences. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori.
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 falllon. This trilogy wrap-up does a few things that I like: But are there any emotional consequences to the trauma that Luciena has been exposed to?
I felt this was a satidfying end to the series, though not completely fulfilling. I hate when woman characters totally deny the fact that they are indeed women, and have cases of lust. It spends a lot of time with Damin, who is too young in the other two tallon to really be a character. Damin i My sister turned me on to this series by Jennifer Fallon, and Warlord is my favorite out of them all. Apr 14, Melody rated it really liked it. It is a pity the books weren’t like that from the beginning.
They’ve been fallonn by the men of Hythria, and they work “underground” to accomplish what they want.
I adored Kalan growing up to be so cunning and powerful and Golan Mir was so good with Marla. With the city jennjfer the brink of starvation, it seems only theft on an unprecedented scale can free Krakandar from Mahkas’s madness and tyranny She hates and fears him so much that, even though as an adult he’s never treated her poorly, when she thinks her lover is dead and she will be forced into marrying Damin, she commits suicide.
But without reading those, which were a bit long and uneven, this book wouldn’t have made any sense. Retrieved from ” http: Nennifer the plethora of Wolfblade children grow and become awesome in their own right was pretty cool, and one of my favorite parts.
You’ve successfully reported this review. Fallon, take a lesson from the books I cited: Considering the power these two individuals wielded, the intelligence that they clearly possessed, it was such a waste of potential.
My favorite part is, when seeing her children safely grown up, Marla finally decides to bring her fight with Alija right out in the open. These poor characters — who would otherwise be totally cool — are forced to spew such nonsense. We all have those moments, so don’t deny it ladies. Back in Krakandar, Mahkas Damaran awaits news of the battle and has sealed the city against Damin’s return. Enjoyed it as much the second time and while I remembered some stuff, I’d forgotten enough that the reading was almost like new.
But there is a lightness of tone, a dryness of wit that abounds. But ruthlessness is sometimes necessary, and I would rather be known as cold and calculating than a wimp. Between her and Mahkas, this book was not lacking villains.