Wolfsbane

Wolfsbane Shapeshifting Mercenary Aralorn Leads A Dangerous Existence Now She Must Return Home For Her Noble Father, The Lyon Of Lambshold, Has Passed Away But When Aralorn And Her Companion Wolf Arrive, They Find He S Not Dead, But Ensorcelled By The Ae Magi, Using Him As A Conduit To Destroy Aralorn And Wolf She Must Overcome This Mysterious Mist Or Fall To The Blackest Of Magic. Finishing this book became a chore by the time I reached half way mark I just wanted it to be OVER Its strange how I liked its prequel, which was popularly disliked while I lost my way with this one which many readers enjoyed I am doomed to a
The follow up to Briggs first book, Masques Aralorn and Wolf are together and return to Aralorn s childhood home when she gets word that her father is dead Things aren t as clear as they seem and there is a mystery to be solved andhealing redemption for Wolf.I enjoyed it, but not as much as the first one Surprising, since it was written later in Briggs career and sat unpublished for years until she became popular enough for a re release of the little read Masques It was interesting t The follow up to Briggs first book, Masques Aralorn and Wolf are together and return to Aralorn s childhood home when she gets word that her father is dead Things aren t as clear as they seem and there is a mystery to be solved andhealing redemption for Wolf.I enjoyed it, but not as much as the first one Surprising, since it was written later in Briggs career and sat unpublished for years until she became popular enough for
ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature.Wolfsbane, the sequel to Patricia Briggs debut novel Masques, was written later in her career and just published last month It continues the story of the shapeshifters Aralorn and Wolf, whose relationship has developed significantly since the beginning of Masques Aralorn has been called home after a ten year absence because her father has died When she and her pet Wolf arrive, they find some evil magic at work and a mystery to solve.As you d expect, ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature.Wolfsbane, the sequel to P
Written years after Masques, this book gives evidence of Briggs growth as a writer over that time without compromising the characters and setting of the original.In Wolfsbane, we catch up with Aralorn on the way to her father s funeral She hasn t been home in over ten years, so she is anxious of what she will find and the reception she ll receive When she arrives, she finds the welcome she had hoped for, but also surprises she hadn t expected The story flows naturally in this setting both fa Written years after Masques, this book gives evidence of Briggs growth as a writer over that time without compromising the characters and setting of the original.In Wolfsbane, we catch up with Aralorn on the way to her father s funeral She hasn t been home in over ten years, so she is anxious of what she will find and the reception she ll receive When she arrives, she finds the welcome she had hoped for, but also surprises she hadn t expected The story flows naturally in this setting both familiar and strange to Aralorn a feat that is extremely difficult to pull off as a writer though so well done that I ll bet few would suspect what an amazing feat Briggs has managed here The familiar never feels like a convenient excuse to get out of a bind and the strange is never felt as a mere device to dri
3.5 starsThis was much better than the first book in this series, but I would hope so considering it was written 17 years later You can definitely see how much Briggs has grown as an author The mystery isnuanced, the characters are better defined, and the pacing of the story is much improved However, there s still some things that don t quite jive well, which keeps me from rating this book higher The relationship between Aralorn and her family seemed odd She hadn t been home in a deca 3.5 starsThis was much better than the first book in this series, but I would hope so considering it was written 17 years later You can definitely see how much Briggs has grown as an author The mystery isnuanced, the characters are better defined, and the pacing of the story is much improved However, there s still some things that don t quite jive well, which keeps me from rating this book higher The relationship between Aralorn and her family seemed odd She hadn t been home in a decade and there s no hard feelings from anyone If anything almost all of them act like she is a beloved aunt instead of a sister daughter who hasn t been around The resolution of the mystery is also kind of resolved too neatly in a way that the reader wouldn t have been able to possibly guess because the existence of the real issue isn t given until shortly before the big reveal But despite all that I did enjoy Wolf and Aralorn s unique relationship, the way that infor
Patricia Briggs continues to wow me with her creativity I loved it She has a way of bring worlds and characters alive and even making the bad guy have some goodness in him Fascinating creatures Interesting magic Amazin
Well stayed up to 1 am to finish teach me to start at 9 pm.Interesting continuance from Masques, I d like to see a third eventually interesting world they built. Aralorn has received the heartbreaking news that her father, the Lyon of Lambshold, has died For the first time in a decade the shapeshifter spy returns home to mourn and bury the first man she ever loved But going home isn t always easy and certainly isn t always painless.It is while she s paying her respects to her father as he lies in preparation of burial that she discovers that rumors of his death are a bit precipitous Ensorcelled by a complex black magic spell and guarded over by a myst Aralorn has received the heartbreaking news that her father, the Lyon of Lambshold, has died For the first time in a decade the shapeshifter spy returns home to mourn and bury the first man she ever loved But going home isn t always easy and certainly isn t always painless.It is while she s paying her respects to her father as he lies in preparation of burial that she discovers that rumors of his death are a bit precipitous Ensorcelled by a complex black magic spell and guarded over by a mysterious malignant shadow that attacks Aralorn after she works her magic, the Lyon has been laid low by a malicious hand Even Aralorn s powerful
I hate it when this happens, but sometimes you come across a book that you really thought you would like, because your friends and fellow readers reviewers liked it, but for whatever reason, it just leaves you cold.This was one such book.Nothing happened Maybe it s a case of bad timing I am also in the middle of r
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I liked this sequel, though the plot was rather too similar to the first for my taste Good character interactions, thoughtime should have been spent flashing out the family, rather than just focusing on the villains, given that they are not complicated, but just straight up evil or brainwashed Not particularly compelling But enjoyable bit of fantasy and I did really enjoy Aralorn, Wolf and Aralorn s uncle Speaking of him, should definitely have hadof the Fey magic and story here I liked this sequel, though the plot was rather too similar to the first for my taste Good character interactions, thoughtime should have been spent flashing out the family, rather than just focusing on the villains, given that they are not complicated, but just straight up evil or brainwashed Not particularly compelling But enjoyable bit of fantasy and I did really enjoy Aralorn, Wolf and Aralorn s un

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  • 226 pages
  • Wolfsbane
  • Patricia Briggs
  • English
  • 05 October 2019
  • 110144522X