Wolfblade Wolfblade is the first book in the Hythrun Chronicles Marla Wolfblade, princess of Hythria, is determined to restore her family to its former power and. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. The first book of Fallon’s new trilogy showcases the Wolfblade: Wolfblade trilogy Book One by [Fallon, Jennifer]. Wolfblade (The Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade Trilogy, Book 1) [Jennifer Fallon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Marla Wolfblade of.

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His death serves so fallon functions. As Marla gains experience in the politics of the land, she also gains in understanding that her son is in constant danger, from those who would replace the heir to the throne with one of their own choosing. This book went far enough in the past that I didn’t know what was going to happen.

Wolfblade is the first book in the Hythrun Chronicles. Despite those reservations, the story is epic in scope and is a page-turner.

Are you simply born into it? It is nice to see Marla’s growing and learning process. Refresh and try again. In other words, story: It can all be laid at Alija’s feet, but we don’t see the corruption on page. Paperbackpages. It’s all done off page, so you are left not knowing if he really did turn, or if Alija’s put a compulsion on him. fallin

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She stands in vivid contrast to the Marla we know from the previous trilogy, and it is hard to get used to. Wolfblade begins that story. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Because of that, one of the chapter climaxes completely floored me – I felt like I had been punched.


The princess struggles to assert her independence, even as her brother trades her away in marriage to consolidate his rule. This article needs additional citations for verification. They’re usually a waste of time for me. Each has a unique style, and all are worthy of recognition as fine writers by anyone’s reckoning. The slaves all just have one name – “Elezar”, “Corin”.

Marla WolfbladeElezaar. Customer Service If you have questions: The parts of the story–whatever don’t center around Wrayan, at any This is a high fantasy story, of the swords and politics kind. I decided to read this series after reading Jennifer Fallon’s Second Sons trilogy, which was phenomenal. By far my best purchase that night I can’t say more without going into spoilers but if you read the book you’ll understand what I mean.

The story itself feels at times a little too Certain events that I thought would turn out one way went in the completely opposite direction. Settling in to life as the wife of a warlord, Marla believes the future of her family is secured but there are forces in the land that do not want the house of Wolfblade restored. Fallon does an excellent job of portraying a whining, idealistic, spoiled teenager.

Books by Jennifer Fallon and Complete Book Reviews

The Game of Thrones jenniffer have largely ruined Fantasy novels for me – most others I’ve read get compared to them and fall short. That Fallon is able to surprise loyal readers is impressive. The parts of the story–whatever don’t center around Wrayan, at any rate–that revolve around her demonstrate her slow evolution from pawn to someone capable of wielding her own not unformidable power. Fallon belongs among the ranks of the greatest fantasy writers. The thing that annoyed me the most was the lack of character bonding.

Books by Jennifer Fallon and Complete Book Reviews

Another group of dissidents come up with a plan of their own. Fedorak rated it really liked it. She grows from a willful child to a master politician, under the helpful tutelage of a slave with his own agenda. Enjoyed it as much the second time and while I remembered some stuff, I’d forgotten enough that the reading was almost like new. Fallon isn’t afraid to take a number jennifrr plot twists that will blow your mind, and I love jenifer for it. Myfavorite of her books so far.


In the story it’s a minor wolfblaed, but it’s one of the things which make the world implausible. I never once felt that this is just the same character as the last one. The stuff about the Gods and the Harshini.

Narrowly avoiding an arranged marriage to the King of Fardohnyashe jennifer marries Laran, Warlord of Krakandar Province, and gives birth to a son. This, and it’s two sequels, are a reread for me, and I enjoyed it just as much as I did the first time around. It had this wonderful fantasy feel but also that political aspect that made me love Elantris.

I would recommend it for YA consumption or other groups that prefe This second trilogy is a prequel about Marla and her son Damin Wolfblade, comrade of The Demon Child in the first 3 books. The Best Books of Dit boek was erg goed, vooral de intriges waren erg interessant. She was able to transition to one characters view to another without confusing or annoying the reader.