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    eBook [Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings] unicorns – Book, DOC or Kindle eBook free 3 Stars For The Blog of Sid LoveBeginning exactly where Wolf’s Own left off Malick and his merry mercenaries

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    eBook [Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings] unicorns – Book, DOC or Kindle eBook free Free read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ð 4 Free download 45 stars Another excellent installment in the fantasy series Together with the first book these two form a fair

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    Free read Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings ð 4 Free download Free read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Carole Cummings Review for Ghost and Weregild together posted at The Armchair ReaderThis review is for the complete first part of the Wol

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    Free read Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings ð 4 Free download Free read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Carole Cummings 45 starsWhile I thought Ghost was a great book this one turned out to be even betterThis story picks up where Ghost ends although a few hours after it with us trying to figure out what Fen's answer to Malick's uestion was There is so much suspense in this story than in the previous one and we see the emotions flow freely between all the characters So many dangerous things happen within this story from injuries to sickn

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    Free read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ð 4 Free download Free read Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings writes one hell of a story Faster paced and action filled than the first installment now that introductions are out of the way and the reader is familiar with the world Fen Jacin and Malick live in the story really takes off Weregild is part of a grand sweeping epic the kind I fell in love with in my teens filled with wonder

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    eBook [Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings] unicorns – Book, DOC or Kindle eBook free What can I sayI gave up And I can tell you exactly why and exactly why I don't feel bad about it at all And why I feel like my 699 should even be returned to me Book One Wolf's Own ended in the middle of the story and no I don't mean it ended with a cliffhanger It ended in the middle of a scene with no resolution So of course the author left me with no choice whatsoever but to immediate buy and start reading this book

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    eBook [Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings] unicorns – Book, DOC or Kindle eBook free This review can also be found on my blog A Match Made in HeavenI enjoyed this one a bit than book 1 but its still too confusing to get 5 stars from me The story developed a bit and the I understand the invested I get More happened in this one than in the first at least Chaste Intimate Meaningful somehow but Malick couldn't guess at the meaning inside it all Didn't' want to I enjoyed the addition of Fen's siblings as characters Morin turne

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    eBook [Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings] unicorns – Book, DOC or Kindle eBook free This book is determined to rip your heart out and put Jacin through as much pain as possible it seems like He's such a tortured soul This first half of this book was a little slow and then the second half was non stop action through to the end It's a devastating catalyst to send of fate final action in this story I enjoyed the read but I def

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    eBook [Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings] unicorns – Book, DOC or Kindle eBook free SynopsisThe amorality of gods makes it hard

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    Free read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Carole Cummings Carole Cummings ð 4 Free download eBook [Wolf's own Weregild Carole Cummings] unicorns – Book, DOC or Kindle eBook free 325 stars Butthe series so far is exhausting and too lengthy The writing is incredible and the editing good but the minute by minute story advancement and detailed emotional upheaval descriptions are a bit much For me at lea

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Wolf's own Weregild Free download Å 104 S Fen accepts the trade Kamen Malick offers Together they set out to rescue Fen’s family and kill the man who betrayed them But Fen is an Untouchable one whose mind hosts the spirits of long dead magicians and with Voices of the Ancestors screaming in his head Fen finds it harder and harder to stave off madnes. 45 starsWhile I thought Ghost was a great book this one turned out to be even betterThis story picks up where Ghost ends although a few hours after it with us trying to figure out what Fen s answer to Malick s uestion was There is so much suspense in this story than in the previous one and we see the emotions flow freely between all the characters So many dangerous things happen within this story from injuries to sickness to ambushes to losses it truly left me on the edge of my seat Fen and Malick do things that I never thought they d have the heart to do which made the story even interestingWhile Fen isn t as cold and standoffish as he was before he is still filled with hatred and anger He needs to be in control and curses at everything that takes that control away from him He still stands on that edge of insanity but multiple factors cause him to almost lose his mind completely Malick is still arrogant and carefree but I believe he does show his emotions towards Fen freely now While we don t necessarily meet new people in this one we do get to know Fen s family as well as of Malick s family In all honesty I loved this book so much I couldn t put it down once I started and devoured it just like I did the previous book It s all just so detailed It allows you to actually delve into the characters minds so deeply I thought I was truly connected to each character I understood them Most of the time I ached for them I mourned for their losses and their grief because I felt that close of a connection to all of them I was able to understand and evaluate the chaos of all their thoughts but specifically I was able to do that with Fen which I found truly awesome because of the edge of insanity he stands precariously on The way his mind was told was strange and fascinating and I couldn t help but be intriguedI will say I was shocked by some of the things that happened within the story but mostly by the ending and what happened I m so curious whether these turn of events will truly help Fen and allow him to live a normal life or if it ll just make matters worse and finally push him off that ledge he stands on I still had a few problems with the book like I did with the first in the series The various POV shifts between a lot of the characters both main and secondary grew a little tiresome because I always wanted of Fen or Malick or a certain scene from their POV instead of someone else s Also there was still a slight problem with the run on monologues which I tended to notice happened a lot with secondary characters All in all definitely a great addition to this series This is one of my favorite series now because the world and the characters are truly fascinating but than that the way Ms Cummings writing captures and holds my attention so well is truly amazing I can t wait to read about Fen and Malick and see where the events that happened in this book take them Definitely recommended

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Wolf's own Weregild Free download Å 104 SMalick has his own reasons to hand over everything Fen wants and eually compelling reasons to withhold everything Fen needs In over his head with his timing as bad as ever Malick must devise a way to do his god’s bidding without breaking his god’s laws and keep Fen sane and on Malick’s side in the bargain. SynopsisThe amorality of gods makes it hard to tell bad from good and right from wrong Fen Jacin rei doesn t care All Fen cares about is saving his family and he ll sacrifice anything that gets in his way Including his own soulNo longer willing to wait for the machinations of the gods minions Fen accepts the trade Kamen Malick offers Together they set out to rescue Fen s family and kill the man who betrayed them But Fen is an Untouchable one whose mind hosts the spirits of long dead magicians and with Voices of the Ancestors screaming in his head Fen finds it harder and harder to stave off madnessMalick has his own reasons to hand over everything Fen wants and eually compelling reasons to withhold everything Fen needs In over his head with his timing as bad as ever Malick must devise a way to do his god s bidding without breaking his god s laws and keep Fen sane and on Malick s side in the bargainMy ThoughtsI felt this seuel was uite strong I couldn t put it down I just seriously seriously love these charactersI wasn t sure how long it would take for Asai to get what was coming to him and I certainly did not see it going down how it did From the description of book 3 spoilery blurb I knew about one character death but the other two were a shock Well one of them wasn t so much of a shock except for what lead to that death I get why she did it but if only she d listened to Malick maybe so many of them wouldn t have had to die that dayThe book actually starts off with plenty of action They go to get Fen s brothers and sisters and Joori takes an instant dislike to Malick He assumes Fen is paying for Malick s help with his body They re attacked my maijin as they re leaving and so Asai learns that it s Malick he s dealing with Things just keep kind of going wrong from there There are some good moments but Fen is continuing to struggle with the Ancestors voices and Malick is trying to do the right thing without getting himself sent to the sunsIt seemed on multiple occasions where everyone was blaming him for something just because of what he is They all kept treating him like he didn t give a damn about Fen at all After all he d done or tried to do it just kept pissing me off The man couldn t get a damn break If that wasn t bad enough someone he never thought would betray him tried to go behind his back and when he found out about it they made things even worseIt was a miracle Fen got through all of that but he barely did Then they were off to Yakuli s where Fen thought he d finally get what it was that he really wanted only to have it taken away Now he s something even than he was but he s struggling with life He has no purpose any as far as he knows and he can t deal It was frustrating everyone but he started showing signs of life again I don t know if he can hold on to it though Somehow I doubt it He s not ready Sometimes I wonder if he ever will be

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Wolf's own Weregild Free download Å 104 Wolf’s own Book Two The amorality of gods makes it hard to tell bad from good and right from wrong Fen Jacin rei doesn’t care All Fen cares about is saving his family and he’ll sacrifice anything that gets in his way Including his own soulNo longer willing to wait for the machinations of the gods’ minion. 3 Stars For The Blog of Sid LoveBeginning exactly where Wolf s Own left off Malick and his merry mercenaries are in a race to save fen s family before Asia and his hirelings can steal them away to be used as leverage for Asai s great plan Fen already sick and injured leads the fight placing him in the front line without conscious thought for self preservation or is he suicidal resolute guilt ridden or just plain crazy It s an examination that continues to dominateOnce again Cummings commands with her poetic writing and cryptic lyricisms It s easier this time around as we know these characters and much of their world and their Gods already The manipulations and machinations are trebled or even uadrupled when fates hand is revealed within new cryptic ramblings Present reality becomes a precarious place to make a stand when everyone involved has an agenda of their own Fen and Malick are forced to make impossible choices while skirting the laws of the Gods and thus dodging the harshest punishment Those we trust fall prey to fear and self preservation and a bitter betrayal with shattering conseuences ensues Cummings does not hold back in this she is as ruthless as the Gods in dealing with her darlings You have been warnedThe plot is forever evolving and surprising and yet I find myself smothered by the machinations that are too wide and far reaching My head hurt trying to keep up with it all there is no reprieve and I was exhausted by the end It s the same thing over and over again from everyone s perspective and just about everyone s guilt or oath turns them into a wanna be martyr it s a macabre and trying place for me to be I missed the sexy Malick s uick wit and charm I missed the strong willed and determined young Fen This book was too long winded too wordy and the constant damned if you do damned if you don t theme was too wearingThere are some good highs and some clever plotting but in the end I was relieved it was over Samin and Shig where my heroes in this book bringing it back to basics in their own uniue approach Samin in his simplicity and Shig with her all knowing smirk and cryptic clues I DO look forward to adventures from all of these characters but I do it in the hope that things will turn back to something lighter wittier and sexier

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  • Wolf's own Weregild
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  • 15 September 2018
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