FREE READER Æ DOC Wolf's-own Book One: Ghost ☆ RANDARENEWABLES


DOC Wolf's-own, Book One: Ghost

FREE READER Æ DOC Wolf's-own, Book One: Ghost ☆ RANDARENEWABLES Ý 2nd Edition Wolf’s own Book One Untouchable Ghost Assassin Mad Fen Jacin rei is all these and none His mind is host to the spirits of long dead magicians and Fen's fate should be one of madness and ignoble death So how is it Fen lives carrNce for his subjugated people and protecting the family he loves Kamen Malick means to find out When Malick and his own small band of assassins ambush Fen in an alley Malick offers Fen a choice Join us or die Determined to decode the intrigue that surrounds Fen Ma 45 starsWow I got so caught up in this book I didn't want to put it downI've always been a fan of fantasies I could sink my teeth into and this one is definitely one of those I was drawn in from the start with Malick's cocky attitude and his desire for Fen then I got caught up in how cold Fen was and the world they live in the job they do and the creatures they are It was unbelievably fascinating I loved all these characters Malick is so arrogant loose and doesn't outwardly care about anything He knows when to joke but he knows when to be serious It's uite a contradiction but he plays it so well it was hard for me not to like him even though he's kind of a slut Then there's Fen who has to be in complete control over everything or else the insanity that is part of his nature would take over He's uiet filled with hatred and anger He doesn't appreciate being mocked because of his inability to be normal Considering he's an Untouchable someone who hears the Ancients voices in their head and still sane since Untouchables generally do not have a long life due to becoming insane it's a miracle Fen is as sane as he is He fascinated me so much His past his present and the possibility of his future had me captivated His desires and his impulses made the story fun especially since Malick brought out so much in Fen mostly anger and allowed Fen the opportunity to reach his desires Honestly I loved this book I devoured it and didn't want to put it down I was crushed with the ending but I loved the conflicts within the story It's a slow going story you have to learn so much to be able to understand everything and everyone and why it is all important but that is what amazed me with this book The world is uniue and interesting enough it sets itself apart from other fantasy stories and has a different take on psychics telepaths and Gods in general Really the world is vast but extremely fascinating IMOI loved the story but I did have a few problems with it The flashbacks annoyed me occasionally and the fact we got other peoples POVs so often aggravated me All I wanted was of Fen and Malick and while we do get them from other people's POVs I wanted of 'their' parts Their thoughts and assumptions and conclusions Unfortunately that doesn't happen as often as I'd have liked and if anything that is my biggest complaint Occasionally it was too wordy Run on monologues were a bit too excessive even for me who usually doesn't mind Ie explanations within explanations within explanations that weren't necessarily needed At least not from what I could tell I'm both extremely upset and strangely glad by the ending Upset because it's left on a cliffhanger damn those cliffhangers And such a massive one too but glad because if it had been concluded the 'proper way' the ending would have been way too rushed and not genuine or consistent with the rest of the story Still I'm frustrated with how it was left GrrrrrrrIn the end I adored the story I loved the characters the world their angst and their conflicts I might have been frustrated a time or two but this is definitely a fantasy series I'm anxiously awaiting to continue I can't wait to read the next book

Wolf's own Book One GhostNce for his subjugated people and protecting the family he loves Kamen Malick means to find out When Malick and his own small band of assassins ambush Fen in an alley Malick offers Fen a choice Join us or die Determined to decode the intrigue that surrounds Fen Ma 45 starsWow I got so caught up in this book I didn't want to put it downI've always been a fan of fantasies I could sink my teeth into and this one is definitely one of those I was drawn in from the start with Malick's cocky attitude and his desire for Fen then I got caught up in how cold Fen was and the world they live in the job they do and the creatures they are It was unbelievably fascinating I loved all these characters Malick is so arrogant loose and doesn't outwardly care about anything He knows when to joke but he knows when to be serious It's uite a contradiction but he plays it so well it was hard for me not to like him even though he's kind of a slut Then there's Fen who has to be in complete control over everything or else the insanity that is part of his nature would take over He's uiet filled with hatred and anger He doesn't appreciate being mocked because of his inability to be normal Considering he's an Untouchable someone who hears the Ancients voices in their head and still sane since Untouchables generally do not have a long life due to becoming insane it's a miracle Fen is as sane as he is He fascinated me so much His past his present and the possibility of his future had me captivated His desires and his impulses made the story fun especially since Malick brought out so much in Fen mostly anger and allowed Fen the opportunity to reach his desires Honestly I loved this book I devoured it and didn't want to put it down I was crushed with the ending but I loved the conflicts within the story It's a slow going story you have to learn so much to be able to understand everything and everyone and why it is all important but that is what amazed me with this book The world is uniue and interesting enough it sets itself apart from other fantasy stories and has a different take on psychics telepaths and Gods in general Really the world is vast but extremely fascinating IMOI loved the story but I did have a few problems with it The flashbacks annoyed me occasionally and the fact we got other peoples POVs so often aggravated me All I wanted was of Fen and Malick and while we do get them from other people's POVs I wanted of 'their' parts Their thoughts and assumptions and conclusions Unfortunately that doesn't happen as often as I'd have liked and if anything that is my biggest complaint Occasionally it was too wordy Run on monologues were a bit too excessive even for me who usually doesn't mind Ie explanations within explanations within explanations that weren't necessarily needed At least not from what I could tell I'm both extremely upset and strangely glad by the ending Upset because it's left on a cliffhanger damn those cliffhangers And such a massive one too but glad because if it had been concluded the 'proper way' the ending would have been way too rushed and not genuine or consistent with the rest of the story Still I'm frustrated with how it was left GrrrrrrrIn the end I adored the story I loved the characters the world their angst and their conflicts I might have been frustrated a time or two but this is definitely a fantasy series I'm anxiously awaiting to continue I can't wait to read the next book

EBOOK ✓ ã Carole Cummings

Wolf's-own, Book One: Ghost ¾ 2nd Edition Wolf’s own Book One Untouchable Ghost Assassin Mad Fen Jacin rei is all these and none His mind is host to the spirits of long dead magicians and Fen's fate should be one of madness and ignoble death So how is it Fen lives carrying out shadowy vengea the genesis of a nap here's an idea—let's read an enormous novel comprised almost entirely of a series of tedious discussionsinfested by interminable fugues of introspection regarding these discussions as they are occurringoccasionally interrupted by flashbacks to discussions that occurred in the past EBOOK ✓ ã Carole Cummings

Carole Cummings ã Wolf's-own, Book One: Ghost READER

Carole Cummings ã Wolf's-own, Book One: Ghost READER Lick sets to unraveling the mysteries of Fen's past As Fen's secrets slowly unfold Malick finds irony a bitter thing when he discovers the one he wants is already hopelessly entangled with the one he hunts First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press February 201 This book has all the marks of epic fantasy world building on a grand scale a suppressed people in need of being freed magic ancestors and spirits who keep 'interfering' even immortals The language is sweeping and events unfold at a fairly sedate pace my personal feeling despite the fact that uite a lot happensI had trouble with the characters who seemed like pawns than real people The language is not my thing and the pace was too slow and unfocused for me to really get into the book And the flashbacks almost drove me crazy My fault entirely but I will read the seuels because I am curious about the underlying concept and what will come of some of the developmentsRecommended for people who like epic fantasy enjoy being swept away by lyrical almost poetic language and those who prefer to read about battles of good versus evil where it isn't immediately obvious at least to my analytical mind who is on which side