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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As her brother’s proclivities make it unlikely he’ll sire an heir, Marla becomes significant for the future son she’ll conceive. Use dmy dates from July Use Australian English from July Wolfblaade Wikipedia articles written in Australian English Articles needing additional references from January All articles needing additional references Pages to import images to Wikidata.
A computer trainer and application specialist, Fallon currently works in the IT industry and spends at least a month each year working at Scott Base in Antarctica. Marla may not have had the magic of the gods or the Harshini tallon but she definitely managed to make her mark on the world.
First came The Demon Child Trilogy.
Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade Series
I am an abuse survivor and I just really prefer fantasy novels without any sexual violence. Sep 24, N.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. She is as intelligent as anyone else around her, if not more so, and she isn’t afraid to let others take the credit, if it allows her to keep working to protect her family. So if you can get past some of the downsides of the first book and enjoy the set up, it really pays off in the end.
She yearns to wolfbalde her heart, convinced at first every infatuation is true love, and force to realize the painful reality that not only was it not, but it is not her lot as a noblewoman to choose her own future.
I read it first and I don’t feel it spoiled anything, unlike most prequels. Sixteen-year-old Marla Wolfblade is the only sister of the increasingly perverted High Prince of Hythria.
Are you simply born into it? Even the “bad” guys have dimensions to them. Even Alija Eaglespike, the one actual bad person in the book, has depth to her. Maybe he becomes more important later on but jennider the 1st novel he was barely of any use. Part of the problem is that Marla is incredibly annoying. As Elezaar teaches Marla the Rules of Gaining and Wielding Power, Marla starts on the road to becoming a tactician and a jennnifer diplomat — but will that be enough to keep her son alive?
Ther The Game of Thrones books have largely ruined Fantasy novels for me – most others I’ve read get compared to them and fall short.
Most of the pages describe family members and their ties to the imaginary country of Hythria. Despite those reservations, the story is epic in scope and is a page-turner. He was honorable, loyal, strong, and a true nobleman.
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Some may find the story slow in spots because there is a lot of explaining to due with politics and customs but I liked it all the same. There’s also a lot of questions as to how one The doings of the otherworldly Harshini contrast nicely with the almost Machiavellian twists of the main story, whose central character is Marla Wolfblade, sister to the degenerate and perverted High Prince of Hythria.
Wolfblade Jennifer Fallon book reviews: It’s not as dark as the Kushiel trilogy, nor as bleak as the Farseer Trilogy, but it has that same quality of “things happen and people are as they are”. Narrowly avoiding an arranged marriage to the King of Fardohnyashe instead marries Laran, Warlord of Krakandar Province, and gives birth to a son. Good ideas but bad execution.
Ok, this is going to be a long review so be prepared. We meet Marla as a young woman, barely even coherent of her own identity and her rank. Her honesty and compassion—supported by the astute political advice of Elezaarthe dwarf slave—win her loyal friends.
This is an extremely well-written book, with rich character development and motivations. I didn’t even want to cook because that just wasted valuable reading time. She is fiercely loyal to those she holds close, even when they may not deserve it. I understand that she is a character who goes from not knowing anything to becoming a student of Eleezar learning tactics and strategies but she really annoyed me. Jennifer Fallon has remarkabl Ok, this is going to be a long review so be prepared.
The thing that annoyed me the most was the lack of character bonding. 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. It gets much better. I picked this book up from a buy 3 get 1 free bin in a little bookstore on black Friday. Hythrun Chronicles by Jennifer Fallon. Along with Aija is Markahs, whose slow decent as a character is both terrifying and entertaining to follow along.
Marla is to be married off to the King of Fardohnya as part of a political bargain, but dissidents within Hythria are determined to remove Lernan from power. None of that Christopher Paolini crap where the author suddenly decides that the fact his character is a year-old boy or whatever it was is inconsequential. Either way he was weak, but he is one character that I really did feel bad for.
Belcher couldn’t be too bad could it?
The plot of a young member of a ruling house have to learn deadly state craft in order to survive runs strongly through both series. Speaking of that, I’m even wondering if this didn’t start as a fanfiction about Sansa Stark being counselled by Tyrion Lannister. Views Read Edit View history.