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Read ☆ The Wolf of Oren-yaro È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ In a nation of lost glory and fallen cities mad dragons run amok and warlords bristle under the guise of peace Now a woman must stop the ruin she helped create but how do you fight what you are fated to failI murdered a manIn a nation of lost glory and fallen cities mad dragons run amok and warlords bristle under the guise of peace Now a woman must stop the ruin she helped create but how do you fight what you are fated to failI murdered a man and made my husband leave the night before they crowned meBorn under the crumbling towers of Oren yaro ueen Talyien's life unfolded like a storyboo. 355 Stars ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest reviewThe Wolf of Oren yaro is an infuriatingly compelling and addictive first book of a trilogyI seriously can’t describe this book appropriately than that one sentence Let me expound upon it further The first book in the Annals of the Bitch ueen trilogy by KS Villoso is a highly character driven fantasy which is probably my favorite type of story direction That said I’m going to start my review with the only con I had on the book which is the main character ueen Talyein; she lived up to the name of the series perfectly I mean it she’s seriously a Bitch ueen I’m not going to sugarcoat my words here throughout the book I was infuriated yet I found it hard to stop reading At one point I actually thought “there’s no way this book is receiving than 3 stars rating from me just no way” Why Simple being inside Talyein’s head was often maddening because she made tons of stupid decisions and illogical actions which went on for a long time For a character driven book I need to be able to root for the main character which was extremely hard to do during most of my time of reading this book Not to mention that the story revolved heavily around Talyein’s obsession with his ex husband who we know betrayed her in the beginning of the book; the saying “love is blind” is one of the driving force behind this book “The thought of what had been—of what could yet be—persisted Perhaps it is not the same for most people Perhaps when you love less it is easier not to let the emptiness become a cavern from which you could no longer see the sun” However the last 50 pages almost completely changed my opinions about those negative aspects Every decision finally made sense whether you agree with her or not It’s obvious that throughout the narrative Talyein is hiding something from the reader she’s keeping this “tough outlook soft hearted” mask; it’s not until the last 50 pages—where the story goes full throttle and becomes addictive—that the reader finally understands all the reasons behind it I must say that by the end I was impressed by what KS accomplished It’s not easy to make a character driven story with this kind of main character I can already imagine how many people will go “Why are you so stupid” “Why did you do that” but trust me as annoying as the main character can be there’s a reason for it This also means that the last two books have plenty of room for major improvements for the character development and if KS managed to pull it off this will be a fantastic character driven trilogyNot only was the pacing of the book fantastic the world building was eually great with plenty of histories and a vivid environment KS introduced these aspects gradually and even though this book takes place in the same world as her previous trilogy—Agartes Epilogue which I haven’t read yet—I found it absolutely okay to start reading her work here without any difficulty Plus the simplicity of the prose made this book highly compelling and addictive to read despite how infuriating some of Talyein’s decision could be Also the 1stperson narration was written really well; there’s an emotional line of thinking behind Talyein’s actions and we know all her thoughts behind them whether we agree or notDespite my pessimism about the book by the end I found that I enjoyed it as a whole much than I disliked certain parts You have to be patient reading this book but believe me it’s worth it in the end If you’re a fan character driven stories featuring a complex female heroine this is something you should definitely try There is much room for development in the series and if KS manages to make Talyein likable in the next two books in a realistic way the Annals of the Bitch ueen will most likely become a satisfying and exhilarating series with rich character development in it PS The Asian cuisine description is seriously delightful to read so prepare to play hunger games with your fridgeRelease date January 29th 2018 You can find this and the rest of my Adult EpicHigh Fantasy Sci Fi reviews at BookNest

The Wolf of Oren yaroIn a nation of lost glory and fallen cities mad dragons run amok and warlords bristle under the guise of peace Now a woman must stop the ruin she helped create but how do you fight what you are fated to failI murdered a man and made my husband leave the night before they crowned meBorn under the crumbling towers of Oren yaro ueen Talyien's life unfolded like a storyboo. 355 Stars ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest reviewThe Wolf of Oren yaro is an infuriatingly compelling and addictive first book of a trilogyI seriously can’t describe this book appropriately than that one sentence Let me expound upon it further The first book in the Annals of the Bitch ueen trilogy by KS Villoso is a highly character driven fantasy which is probably my favorite type of story direction That said I’m going to start my review with the only con I had on the book which is the main character ueen Talyein; she lived up to the name of the series perfectly I mean it she’s seriously a Bitch ueen I’m not going to sugarcoat my words here throughout the book I was infuriated yet I found it hard to stop reading At one point I actually thought “there’s no way this book is receiving than 3 stars rating from me just no way” Why Simple being inside Talyein’s head was often maddening because she made tons of stupid decisions and illogical actions which went on for a long time For a character driven book I need to be able to root for the main character which was extremely hard to do during most of my time of reading this book Not to mention that the story revolved heavily around Talyein’s obsession with his ex husband who we know betrayed her in the beginning of the book; the saying “love is blind” is one of the driving force behind this book “The thought of what had been—of what could yet be—persisted Perhaps it is not the same for most people Perhaps when you love less it is easier not to let the emptiness become a cavern from which you could no longer see the sun” However the last 50 pages almost completely changed my opinions about those negative aspects Every decision finally made sense whether you agree with her or not It’s obvious that throughout the narrative Talyein is hiding something from the reader she’s keeping this “tough outlook soft hearted” mask; it’s not until the last 50 pages—where the story goes full throttle and becomes addictive—that the reader finally understands all the reasons behind it I must say that by the end I was impressed by what KS accomplished It’s not easy to make a character driven story with this kind of main character I can already imagine how many people will go “Why are you so stupid” “Why did you do that” but trust me as annoying as the main character can be there’s a reason for it This also means that the last two books have plenty of room for major improvements for the character development and if KS managed to pull it off this will be a fantastic character driven trilogyNot only was the pacing of the book fantastic the world building was eually great with plenty of histories and a vivid environment KS introduced these aspects gradually and even though this book takes place in the same world as her previous trilogy—Agartes Epilogue which I haven’t read yet—I found it absolutely okay to start reading her work here without any difficulty Plus the simplicity of the prose made this book highly compelling and addictive to read despite how infuriating some of Talyein’s decision could be Also the 1stperson narration was written really well; there’s an emotional line of thinking behind Talyein’s actions and we know all her thoughts behind them whether we agree or notDespite my pessimism about the book by the end I found that I enjoyed it as a whole much than I disliked certain parts You have to be patient reading this book but believe me it’s worth it in the end If you’re a fan character driven stories featuring a complex female heroine this is something you should definitely try There is much room for development in the series and if KS manages to make Talyein likable in the next two books in a realistic way the Annals of the Bitch ueen will most likely become a satisfying and exhilarating series with rich character development in it PS The Asian cuisine description is seriously delightful to read so prepare to play hunger games with your fridgeRelease date January 29th 2018 You can find this and the rest of my Adult EpicHigh Fantasy Sci Fi reviews at BookNest

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The Wolf of Oren-yaro Ö Her to meet with him across the sea An assassination attempt interrupts Talyien's uest for reconciliation sending the ueen struggling in a strange and dangerous land With betrayals in every twist and turn she is forced to enlist the help of a con artist to survive and save her husband from the clutches of those who would seek to use him for their gain if he would let he. Plot “They called me “bitch” the she wolf because I murdered a man and made my husband leave the night before they crowned me”ueen Talyien is a woman devoted to her people and her duty In this case that duty is to marry the Ikessar heir Rayyel and unite their war torn lands She bears the burden placed upon her by her father whose warmongering was largely responsible for creating the divides that still threaten the well being of the nationHowever Rayyel had other ideas Without warning the night before their Coronation he left behind both Talyien and her shattered hopes of peace and prosperity for the future The warlords of the land lie in wait to pounce upon any weaknessAfter five years of struggling alone to rule over a people who dislike and mistrust her Talyien receives a reuest from Rayyel to meet with him in the Empire of Ziri nar Orxiar Hopeful of reconciliation and knowing her refusal would at best result in scorn and blame being heaped upon her she heads out to meet him in secret taking only her most trusted guards and advisorsDuring their tense negotiations they are met with an assassination attempt that plunges them into total chaos The ueen must survive a hostile land and find a way to rescue her husband – but who sent the assassins Characters ueen TalyienTali – Our first person PoV A dutiful but severe personality she is desperate to do what is best for her country and her child Weary of the insincerity that plagues her life she freuently uses stinging words as armor and craves companionshipRayyelRae – Talyien’s husband a charming and ambitious royal with his own ideas about how the land should be governed Seen through Talyien’s eyes our understanding of his motivations is colored by hersKhine – A lovable rogueconfidence trickster who meets Talyien on the streetsZhu – An interesting parallel character who is not dissimilar to the ueen but handles her own situation very differentlyYuebeck – Hands down one of the most unsettling characters I have read in recent years I’m going to let you discover him for yourselves My Thoughts Having read and enjoyed Villoso’s Agartes Epilogues it’s difficult not to make a comparison particularly since this novel is set in the same world a few decades later It’s very much independent of the first trilogy however and an excellent jumping off point Where Jaeth’s Eye is challenging and sometimes cryptic The Wolf of Oren Yaro is extremely accessible – for that reason if you’re new to Villoso’s work I highly recommend making it your entry pointThe world building as always is one of her greatest strengths – freuently when writers set subseuent trilogies in an existing world they rest on the laurels of the work they have done previously This can sometimes lead to a patchy and unsatisfying read unless you are familiar with the original novels I’m pleased to say that is definitely not the case here – small touches everywhere let you know that this is a deep and nuanced world that doesn’t end when the protagonist leaves the room There are religions customs and even local dishes that ring true and don’t need to be explained to us in depth – their existence adds flavor and just the right amount of mystery to the world allowing us to share in Talyien’s apprehension at being stranded in a place unfamiliar to her It’s also refreshing to be outside of pseudo medieval Europe Villoso draws inspiration from a number of sources most notably her Filipino background which contributes to the feeling that her tale is something a little different in a sea of farm boy adventuresThe pacing is sometimes breathless – watching Talyien lurch from one disaster to the next was both entertaining and anxiety inducing but Villoso manages to give us plenty of room for introspection and character development We’re seeing everything from Talyien’s point of view but she’s written skilfully – I rooted for and liked her something fierce but I was also able to see how her prickly nature turned off some of the characters she interacted with Her point of view made it extremely easy to empathize with her and see what it was about these interactions that had raised her hackles in the first place When faced with sincerity her mixture of confusion suspicion and yearning damn near broke my heart Her chemistry and lively dialogue with Khine in particular was a joy to read and their con artist escapades were great fun It gave the story a bit of levity right when it was needed and I hope to see of them togetherThe real standout to me throughout was the backstory of the betrothal of Tali and Rae – I grew incredibly invested in the lives of the two children and their changing attitudes their growing friendship and fondness for one another The wild young girl’s blossoming love for Rayyel and her growing insecurities made for a great read and an excellent setup As a result the scene in which Talyien begins to reveal what went wrong between them left me open mouthed and frantically trying to read faster – in my mind it was an absolute masterclass in leaving the reader wanting Overall The Wolf of Oren Yaro is a deeply personal and thoughtful tale of love betrayal and the aftermath – at the same time it’s a thrill ride that keeps you guessing until the end full of exciting plot twists and twist subversions The emotional depth of the characters their motivations and their plausibility are all on point Combined with an engaging story and its world full of rich and interesting cultures this one is a winner I genuinely believe that this will be Villoso’s breakthrough novel and I can’t wait for the next entryMy Score 9210 Review ñ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø K.S. 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K.S. Villoso Ø 2 Read K The shining jewel and legacy of the bloody War of the Wolves that nearly tore her nation apart her marriage to Rayyel the son of her father's rival spoke of peaceful days to comeBut all storybooks must end Rayyel's sudden departure before their reign began created fractures that left the land as divided as everYears later Talyien receives a message from Rayyel urging. Absolutely all the starsOOooooohhh boy here we go If this book isn't on your to read fantasy list you're missing outListen I'm always a bit nervous when I pick up an adult epic fantasy purely because so often much of it feels inaccessible or hard to follow due to pages and pages of meticulous world building and heaps of muddied prose Rest assured friends The Wolf of Oren Yaro is an easy although heart wrenching read It's tightly paced with the perfect mixture of intrigue and mystery to keep those pages turningBasically prepare for a R I D EThe story starts when ueen Talyien our heroine gets a message from the husband who walked out on her before the coronation mind you oh and we don't yet know why Five years ago they were married and were SUPPOSED to unite two rival clans but he left her and their son and she's hardly heard from him since Until now So yeah he asks her to travel across the sea to meet her and doesn't say why Tali thinking she can try and reconcile things decides to pack up and goAnd meet him she does For like two seconds until an assassination attempt separates them both Thus Tali ueen Talyien is lost on the streets of a foreign city alone because her guards lost her in the chaos She barely escaped with her lifeWith no food no money and no one to trust Tali gets entangled with a con artist Khine Khine is cunning a bit sassy and SO SMOL ermergersh But Tali doesn't trust him so they part ways But yeah not for long because turns out she can't trust anyone else either and Khine happens to appear again in a rather desperate situation Trust me it's anything but convenient OH and yeah there are some sparksI don't want to say much but what follows is a series of wild events that reveal who was REALLY behind the assassination who betrayed Tali along the way and even what really happened between her and the prince her husband We get little pieces of their story along the way but it isn't until the end that you understand what actually drove them apart You guys The TWISTS At every turn I'm thinking 'Ok yeah this is what happened and so and so was totally lying' BUT I WAS ALWAYS WRONG AH And then the end hits you with these massive reveals that just leave you wanting to pick up the biggest axe and chop everyone to pieces Or weepGah I bawled I can't even express the amount of emotions that ripped through me during those final chapters So yeah Tali I freaking adore her This series is called 'Chronicles of the Bitch ueen' which initially made me wary because I sometimes have a hard time connecting with characters who just want to cut everyone down Yeah yeah I know everyone loves a 'fierce mean unapologetic heroine' and don't get me wrong I have before But I'm just very soft hearted and I have a hard time relating to them BUT TALI You guys I connected to her so deeply She isn't heartless by any stretch if anything her heart the love she felt made me feel for her sooo much And every bit of vengeance and justice she brings and WILL bring will have you screaming her name To me that shows the skill of KS Villoso and her writing She knows how to drag you under with the feels and make you crave SO many things AHALSO KHINE 2020 KHINNEEEEEOkay breathesI'm finePS the audio is fantastic too On a last note I took some time and read the author's story and why she wrote this book the way she did and I highly recommend doing so She's incredible