(Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings


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    characters Wolf's own Weregild read ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ↠ 8 free download 3 Stars For The Blog of Sid LoveBeginning exactly where Wolf’s Own left off Malick and his merry mercenaries are in a race to save fen’s family before Asia and his hirelings can steal them away to be used as leverage for Asai’s great plan Fen already sick and injured leads the fight placing him in the front line without conscious thought for self preservation – or is he suicidal resolute guilt ridden or just plain crazy? It’s an

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    (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings 45 stars Another excellent installment in the fantasy series Together with the first book these two form a fairly complete story arc with a satisfying conclusion Clearly there is story that could be told but this

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    read ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ↠ 8 free download characters Wolf's own Weregild Review for Ghost and Weregild together posted at The Armchair ReaderThis review is for the complete first part of the Wolf's own story books 1 and 2 and contains spoilers for the first book GhostOh Carole What are you doing to me?I remember when I read Aisling Carole's first published series how amazing she was at characterization

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    characters Wolf's own Weregild (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings 45 starsWhile I thought Ghost was a great book this one turned out to be even betterThis story picks up where Ghost ends although a fe

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    (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings Carole Cummings writes one hell of a story Faster paced and action filled than the first installment now that introductions are out of the way and the reader is familiar with the world Fen Jacin and Malick live in the story really tak

  6. says: characters Wolf's own Weregild (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ↠ 8 free download

    (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings What can I sayI gave up And I can tell you exactly why and exactly why I don't feel bad about it at all And why I feel like my 699 should even be returned to me Book One Wolf's Own ended in the middle of the story and no I don't mean it ended with a cliffhanger It ended in the middle of a scene with no resolution So of course the author left me with no choice whatsoever but to immediate buy and start reading this book

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    characters Wolf's own Weregild (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings read ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Carole Cummings This review can also be found on my blog A Match Made in HeavenI enjoyed this one a bit than book 1 but its still too confusing to get 5 stars from me The story developed a bit and the I understand the invested I get More happened in this one than in the first at least Chaste Intimate Meaningful somehow but Malick couldn't guess at the meaning inside it all Didn't' want to I enjoyed the addition of Fen's siblin

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    (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings read ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ↠ 8 free download This book is determined to rip your heart out and put Jacin through as much pain as possible it seems like He's such a tortured soul This first half of this book was a little slow and then the second half was non stop action through to the end It's a devastating catalyst to send of fate final action in this stor

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    (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings read ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ↠ 8 free download SynopsisThe amorality of gods makes it hard to tell bad from good and right from wrong Fen Jacin rei doesn’t care All Fen cares abo

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    characters Wolf's own Weregild (Wolf's own Weregild) [PDF/EBOOK] ´ Carole Cummings read ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Carole Cummings 325 stars Butthe series so far is exhausting and too lengthy The writing is incredible and the editing good but t

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Wolf's own Weregild

summary Wolf's own Weregild 108 Wolf’s own Book Two The amorality of gods makes it hard to tell bad from good and right from wrong Fen Jacin rei doesn’t care All Fen cares about is saving his family and he’ll sacrifice anything that gets in his way Including his own soulNo longer willing to wait for the machinations of the gods’ minion. Review for Ghost and Weregild together posted at The Armchair ReaderThis review is for the complete first part of the Wolf s own story books 1 and 2 and contains spoilers for the first book GhostOh Carole What are you doing to meI remember when I read Aisling Carole s first published series how amazing she was at characterization especially in creating a tragic hero Here with Fen Jacin Rei she created an even tragic one with deeper motivations and a fuzzier moral compass Even though I love the true works of art she creates I still felt blown away finishing the first two books of this series which are really one complete story just as 3 and 4 are the same And the most amazing thing about it is how humble Carole is like I wasn t reading this book with a sense of awe at the worlds and characters she creates that just seem so fluid so thoroughly settled in their world All of the books she writes are about characters that bring the world to life around them instead of a uniue world that tells us about the people in it That direction toward characters and allowing them their room to grow to fall in love or not make this not a romance but a study of characters that happen to be in a fantasy world and happen to fall in love in their own way That truly baffles me how she s able to do that and it all comes across the page so easily I swear I ll never get tired of reading her workOkay now that my gushing is over I ll try to get on to a bit about the story I could talk all day in fact I could analyze the shit out of this like I really want to but I know you all don t want to sit here and end up reading a dissertation nor should you that would take away the mysteryGhost and Weregild are set in the land of Ada whose native residents the Adan have subjugated the race of the Jin for fear of their magic and annexed the country of Jejin into their own Now the Jin are a dwindling race living in internment camps and periodically raided for those hiding magic Those with magic are Disappeared The Jin before the war that brought them down were ruled by their Ancestors spirits of those that came before them who were themselves descended from gods When the magic of the Jin and land of the Jejin was breached the Ancestors went mad and the once revered Jin who could hear their voices the Untouchables went mad with them from having the raving collected voices in their minds Tradition among the Jin and the Adan who before the war had intermarried with them and their customs held that the Untouchables still couldn t be touched for who could say they knew the wisdom of the ancestors and by touching one might alter the path that was already set in motion So over a hundred years after the war no one may alter the course of an Untouchable even if that raving Untouchable were beating you in the street you would not lift a finger to defend yourselfHowever there are those that would alter the fate of an Untouchable so cruelly nicknamed Ghosts A family who would shelter one or someone who might harness the power of one Because the war between the Jin and Adan upset the balance of the gods and the agents who work for them the Temshiel and the Maijin serve to reset that balance and curry favor for themselves in the balancing even though the gods themselves are fickle sometimes uiet and seemingly always at war among each other Like pieces on a chessboard the Temshiel and the Maijin can only move in the way their gods command them and they each serve different ones For a Ghost placed among such mass manipulation can there even be free will even for one supposed to heed the wisdom of now raving spiritsWell you can see from that long yet still very superficial setup that this story contains circles within circles The characters all have to make difficult choices because there are no good ones There are so many hands fighting for control of Fen the Ghost at the fulcrum of the near future machinations of the gods and even the ones that would seem good and caring have their own agenda It is a harsh cruel world where punishment against ones gods means going to the suns and never being reborn It is a world where there is no fair no matter how much Fen might dream of it because the gods themselves are not fair and they as agents are conseuences of the godsI want to talk a bit about the characters while I m talking about how sad their prospects are We have Fen Jacin Rei of course known by different names by different people Fen is the product of his making and of subtle and deliberate manipulation from the Ultimate Aantagonist because he is The outside stoicism and underlying barely held strength Fen has in the face of so much impossibility he s expected to make possible is heartbreaking especially in the light of everything we slowly learn he s been through Every revelation nearly broke my heart and even though it has forged him into a weapon which could easily be just as soul damningly terrifying as stunningly heroic that fine edge of uncertainty allows his fortitude to shine through Then there is Malick of uestionable background and leader of a rag tag group of assassins Samin who I LOVE Shig and Yori It takes the better part of both books to understand his true purpose as it does for him to understand it as well Yet for someone who perhaps shows the world a person of uestionable morality and often ruthlessness is uite piercingly idealistic himself The natures Fen and Malick show the world around them are startlingly different and their fa ades immediately repel the other It makes for a delicious friction between the two both professionally and romantically The rest of the group are all so much than secondary characters many full characters with offered POV themselves I have so little time to talk about them but in particular I loved Samin as well as Joori though I really did love them all in their own way I don t see how you couldn tI see so much growth in Carole s writing from Aisling to Wolf s own There is a noticeable shift into a adult mindset from that series to this one I see how when I didn t understand before just why Aisling was a YA series if only in the room that shift allowed her characters to grow a subtle shift from innocence against the world to a jaded kind of innocence still fighting for survival It has little to do with sex or romance of any kind but I think with a different minset from the characters not maturity per se but maybe life experience That shift really allows the story to follow it s natural progression a story which from the outset dealt with a somewhat harsher slice of life just like as with age and wisdom choices become muddled without the stark black and white surety we have with youth These characters look upon their situation with adult eyes which makes their choices much difficult I don t think that this story would have been successful if Carole hadn t been able to make that shift which for me was one of the biggest growths I saw in the writingThe first book Ghost is told in a very specific format of flashbacks I normally abhor flashbacks My little brain just can t take all the back and forth sometimes But I think I realized reading Ghost that that wasn t the case at all What I can t take are flashbacks that don t serve a larger purpose because I had no problem with these They allow Carole to play with the delivery of information To all of you who have ever read these books or the Aisling books you know that this author isn t one to give information to the reader idly we have to work for it The addition of flashbacks in a book that deals the most setup of the story means that we the reader are privy to certain bits of information before the characters Most of course is still in Carole s hands to be doled to us in precise fashion but I liked the back and forth play that made me as a reader take a active role in the story I think that you might need to finish the first two books to get a complete story before you realize that which is why I don t necessarily blame anyone who bemoans the use of flashbacks but I could see that they are there for a very specific reason and that they serve their purposesLastly I think there is something that needs to be said about the direction we approach this series as readers They might be released from Dreamspinner Press a publisher that we all know for publishing mm romance But I think it is a fault of our own if we don t approach this story with an open mind and since that s hardly the fault of readers since most of us come from that community who read these books I really think that everyone should know they re in for an epic fantasy with some romance underneath instead of a romance that deals in fantasy There is a huge difference and I m not sure that if I didn t understand that distinction if I would really appreciate these books the way they should beI really think that Carole has one upped herself when I didn t know if she could I think everyone should read these but then again no story is for everyone You really have to think with Carole s writing you cannot be an idle reader And you have to have some patience The story unfolds in it s own way and at an unhurried pacePS I cried No I CRIED But it was so worth it

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summary Wolf's own Weregild 108 S Fen accepts the trade Kamen Malick offers Together they set out to rescue Fen’s family and kill the man who betrayed them But Fen is an Untouchable one whose mind hosts the spirits of long dead magicians and with Voices of the Ancestors screaming in his head Fen finds it harder and harder to stave off madnes. Carole Cummings writes one hell of a story Faster paced and action filled than the first installment now that introductions are out of the way and the reader is familiar with the world Fen Jacin and Malick live in the story really takes off Weregild is part of a grand sweeping epic the kind I fell in love with in my teens filled with wonderfully nuanced characters who aren t perfect have moments when they re likeable that others but in the end they steal your heart All are very well fleshed out and three dimensional Because we get to see inside the bad guys heads from their point of view there s so much to think about Who is right who is wrong How many times has someone fully believed their course of action best only to have history prove them wrong Those are the kind of cataclysmic situations our guys find themselves in and I loved how well the author drew me completely into their world I simply could not put the book down yet it took me a very long time to read it Why Because of the gorgeous language with which it is written I d read a lovely passage and then read it again roll the words around my brain until they truly sank in I not so much read as absorbed this novel start to finish The changes Fen goes through in this story felt so totally believeable to me The voices in his head reduced him to an automaton existing to do his beishin s bidding Losing those voices leaves him vulnerable and he has to learn to live again how to live again why to live again since his entire existence was a buildup to a great event The story is first and foremost here with the relationship between Fen and Malick nuanced and woven through But as beautifully written as this book is the passage that stands out most in my mind the words that I ll mull over days from now the few sentences that sum up what they are to each other are these Malick s relentless presence was a persistent bizarre comfort and Jacin had allowed it to prod him into staying here when he really didn t want to Last night Shig s voice haunting him the taste of cherry smoke burning his tongue he d allowed it to prod him into turning to Malick when he d finally entered the cabin uietly climbed in and wrapped himself around Jacin Allowed it to guide his hands watched Malick s expressions change as Jacin allowed his fingers to roam and explore Allowed himself to feel every detail beneath his fingertips time the pulse map the dips between muscles trace bone and sinew stalk the thump of blood through vein until Malick met hiseyes askingJacin answered Slowly and with all his attention No bargains this time nothing to trade but mutual want Malick had made it all go away for him before Maybe he could make it come backWhat you just read is Jacin free of influence free of bargaining free of pain betrayal and coercion taking the metaphorical leap into Malick s arms And while the scene isn t graphic it s one of the most deeply moving shows of intimacy I ve ever read I simply cannot recommend this novel this entire series highly enough

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summary Wolf's own Weregild 108 SMalick has his own reasons to hand over everything Fen wants and eually compelling reasons to withhold everything Fen needs In over his head with his timing as bad as ever Malick must devise a way to do his god’s bidding without breaking his god’s laws and keep Fen sane and on Malick’s side in the bargain. This book is determined to rip your heart out and put Jacin through as much pain as possible it seems like He s such a tortured soul This first half of this book was a little slow and then the second half was non stop action through to the end It s a devastating catalyst to send of fate final action in this story I enjoyed the read but I definitely see where reading books 1 2 in uick succession is necessary