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 trilogy had lots of twists and turns, and I thought the dialogue so funny and light-hearted. 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 Thanks for telling us about the problem. I always love novels that span generations, and this book delivered. I t was like visiting old friends and catching up with them. Characterization is inconsistent, too. The story rolled along quickly and kept your attention.
Finished last of the Wolfblade trilogy. If you liked the Demon Child trilogy, you will like this also. Not so with Warlord.
I started reading “Medalon” and the others the Demon Child Trilogybut the Wolfblades just feel like a first love. In the first few pages it seems like she truly loved and left Laran, the future first husband of Marla, but her love is so shallow that she isn’t even jealous when Marla marries Laran, nor sorry when he dies.
The climactic nennifer at the end of the third book is ended ridiculously early by an on-the-fly intervention by the Sarlord main character, who appears to have zero real faults.
They wanted control over their destiny and where able to change the course of Hythrun during the Fardhonian invasion.
Not sure which trilogy should be read first. At some point int time this year I will reread and review the previous trilogy, which actually takes place before this one. It is really weird and sometimes makes me cringe.
I continued to love the extended family that Marla built up around herself and Damin.
I’m not saying I don’t like males, just that those in fiction tend to annoy me, and if I like them, I never take to them like I take to the women. It was interesting to see the growth of Damin. She does not fear or hate Marla for ordering her execution. As with the previous books in this series Fallon’s characters, though well developed and beautifully presented, do leave the reader feeling a little cheated.
Who the hell lets lose a plague to kill one person? The title should be at least 4 characters long. Jul 09, Ashleigh Motbey rated it liked it. She delivers a stunning body blow to Alija and the two women take off the gloves figuratively speaking and go for broke in the last chapter of the war they’ve been politely and in deadly fashion waging against each other for 25 years. Indeed more could have been made of the slave system in Hythria and I would have liked a more varied viewpoint on this.
Fallon’s female characters are some of the strongest I have ever read. They could have been courageous, strong leaders, but they let greed and the love of power get in the way. Can hardly wait to read the next one! There was something immensely satisfying about it. 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 happens in Demon Child.
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 Jennifer Fallon Reviewed by Myfanwy Rodman 3.
Besides the fantasy, I really liked several things about it. Editionpages. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: This is incredibly thoughtless, lazy writing.
We literally see some characters from birth to death and it’s wonderful and tragic to be a part of that journey. Also, I am still impressed that Fallon could keep the timeline straight between the two trilogies without missing any details. And it was nice that a few of the characters manage to find some semblance of happily ever after. Back in Krakandar, Mahkas Damaran awaits news of the battle and has sealed the city against Damin’s return.
The story is set in quasi-medieval times, with plagues, swordfights, and horse-based transportation. Published August 21st by Tor Books first published Ratings and Reviews 0 5 star ratings 0 reviews. I hate when woman characters totally deny the fact that they are indeed women, and have cases of lust.
But Damin is hampered by his incompetent uncle, the ruling High Prince and, after discovering murder and deceit in his own family; he is forced to ride to war leaving a madman at his back. April 29, Imprint: I think I liked the political intrigue but it sometimes did feel a little unrealistic. Two, the main character of the series, Marla Wolfblade, gets stuck with a romantic subplot that I absolutely hated.
Warlord (Wolfblade Trilogy) by Jennifer Fallon – book review
Marla embodies who I want to be. For a series of books that are warlorc much about tricks and plots, as a reader I could not suspend disbelief. Mar 19, Melania Ramona rated it it was amazing Shelves: We have seen a once-powerful family on the verge of destruction, and watched how the family has grown and flourished.