MOBI å DOC Swordheart 9781614504634 Í RANDARENEWABLES

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MOBI å DOC Swordheart 9781614504634 Í RANDARENEWABLES Ø Halla is a housekeeper who has suddenly inherited her great uncle's estate and unfortunately his relatives Sarkis is an immortal swordsman trapped in a prison of enchanted steel When Halla draws the sword that imprisons him Sarkis finds himself attempting to deDer against everything from bandits and roving inuisitors to her own in laws and the sword itself may prove to be the greatest threat of al 45Kingfisher’s new novel takes us back to the world of the Clockwork Boys but apart from the same brilliant ‘setting’ the story is uite different Namely this is not a tale about saving the world No this is much mundane and I absolutely loved it The author’s mastery is in creating amazing characters complex flawed and so believable The interaction between Halla a uirky 36 year old widow in danger from her in laws and Sarkis a sullen soldier imprisoned in a magic sword is the focus of the book and what a combination that is Chalk and cheese comes to mind but it is than that Halla completely charmed me with her particular mix of intelligence curiosity and naivety Her unusual way of seeing and understanding the world completely at odds with the warrior’s straight ways Hilarious To recap the shining characterisation and dialogue turn this simple narrative into a great read

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Halla is a housekeeper who has suddenly inherited her great uncle's estate and unfortunately his relatives Sarkis is an immortal swordsman Second read I was saving this one for time of need and by God this is one As comforting wise funny and sharp edged as I recall I could really use a new T Kingfisher right nowAn absolute joy Set in the Clockwork Boys world but with ostensibly far lower stakes we're not saving the world from demons here just saving a widow from being forced to marry a cousin Except that what we're actually saving is a woman's self respect and a man's humanity which actually is stakes high enough for any book Very much towards the romance side than other books and does it beautifully And the world Kingfisher is endlessly inventive in her threats and monsters and also one of the few fantasy writers who can conceive of oppressive organised religions that aren't Catholicism in a funny hat It's all joyously varied And talking of variety curvy mid 30s heroine important nonbinary character whose identity and pronouns are never an issue ueerness existing and unuestionably acceptedGlorious funny dialogue intense but clearsighted compassion and humanity a fair bit of highly enjoyable murder And seuels I would swap a limb for Angharad and the Dervish's stories clasps hands looks pleading

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SwordheartTrapped in a prison of enchanted steel When Halla draws the sword that imprisons him Sarkis finds himself attempting to defend his new wiel 35 stars This is a stand alone but I’m looking forward to Angharad’s book you don’t need to read the Clocktaur War’s duology to appreciate this anyway you should because it’s lots of fun too In the songs men always say they’d die for you I suppose there’s something to be said for the fact that you found one who actually did