Brotherhood of the Wolf (Runelords Series #2)

Brotherhood of the Wolf (Runelords Series #2)

by David Farland
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Brotherhood of the Wolf 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked up the Runelords on a whim, and checked out the website, and also on a whim e-mailed the author--and he surprised me by writing BACK. He told me a little more about the story than what I could read on the reviews, and well, he convinced me to give his story a go...it was a gamble I was VERY happy I took. I can't TELL you how impressed I was with the overall 'feel' of the story, especially the complete originality of the magic described...using 'dedicates' and taking upon you the attributes of others was incredibly facinating, and like I said, TOTALLY original. This is absolutely the BEST part of The Runelords, and it continues in the sequel, 'Brotherhood of the Wolf'. David Farland has written a captivating sequel which completely captures what made the original so unique and fun. Fantasy novels come and go, and I am fervently hoping that David Farland can continue to tap into his vast creative resources to entertain us for years to come. Give these books a try, and just sit back and let your imagination run wild. Great storytelling and a fantastic book. By the way, 4-stars in NO way means that this isn't an incredible book. I just don't give out very many. Judge for yourself and let's hope the next installment in the Runelords saga comes out SOON.
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FantasyLoverST More than 1 year ago
I loved most of the characters, even the ones I loved to hate, but I think there were too many and the overall premise was constantly sad. I know that some of that premise is what makes the story unique, but it doesn't make me fond of it. With so many characters, I wasn't sure who I was supposed to like or trust, and some of the gaps between scenarios left me wondering where I was when we last left off. That's confusing. Overall, I enjoyed the book, and I do like Farland's writing style. There were some misspellings, incorrect punctuation, and other technical things that were a little irritating, too, something both author and editor should have paid better attention to.
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