Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ


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  • Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan
  • M.D. Lachlan
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  • 14 June 2018
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    Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ is the seuel to M D Lachlan’s brilliant fantasy debut Wolfsangel and the second installment in his unnamed Norse werewolf series Now many readers will have but one uestion regarding this book “Is it as good as Wolfsangel?” The answer in my opinion is an emphatic “yes” While the two novels are uite different in

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    review Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan Read & Download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook µ M.D. Lachlan M.D. Lachlan µ 4 characters Author interview published under The Ranting DragonFenrir is the seuel to M D Lachlan’s brilliant fantasy debut Wolfsangel and the second installment in his unnamed Norse werewolf series Now many readers will have but one uestion regarding this book “Is it as good as Wolfsangel?” The answer in my opinion

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    Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ M.D. Lachlan µ 4 characters review Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan MD Lachlan is proving to have as deep an imagination as Tolkein showed in Lord of the Rings with his mind blowing seuel to Wolfsangel with FenrirThe seuel may still feature brotherhoods of Vikings but he has taken the read

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    review Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ M.D. Lachlan µ 4 characters It is very rare that I consider a book to be worth five stars but this book definitely deserves it It has everything I wa

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    Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ Fenrir is the follow up to MD Lachlan's Wolfsangel Wolfsangel tells the story of wolves the gods Odin and Loki and battle between them It is set in Anglo Saxon times Fenrir tells the same story its characters being reincarnations of those from Wolfsangel and is set in medieval Europe The magic and mysticism of Norse mythology was better explained in Fenrir which helped to keep the reader engaged The harsh lands

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    review Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan M.D. Lachlan µ 4 characters Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ This was an amazingly well crafted blend of historical fiction and Norse legend It's not an easy task to imagine much less vividly convey the mindset of cultures that flourished over a thousand years ago but the

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    Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ M.D. Lachlan µ 4 characters review Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan I didn’t realize this was part of a series Despite that I still loved the mythos behind it but maybe I would be less confused if I

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    Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ Read & Download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook µ M.D. Lachlan M.D. Lachlan µ 4 characters This is a continuation of the story in Wolfsangel but it is not the usual direct seuel we are so used to from fantasy Instead it is the next installment in the cycle of the story And the cycle is also the central theme of Lachlan's fantasy series The protagonists here are not the same as in Wolfsangel but they are aspects of them The story is moving on with different players and I found this worked well Lachlan maintai

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    Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan E–pub READ AT LAST I FINISHED IT I thought I would never ever finish this book The setting of this story was good but not as good as the first one This one was far darker and dull which didn't please me only some terrifyig

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Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan

Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan Summary ☆ 4 He can to save his people Can he call himself a man if he doesn't do everything he can to save his sist. AT LAST I FINISHED IT I thought I would never ever finish this book The setting of this story was good but not as good as the first one This one was far darker and dull which didn t please me only some terrifyig disgusting details made this book cool The characters Oh my I didn t like any of the characters and I can t believe the first book characters incarnated to what they are in Fenrir UGH that was just terrible I only liked Oefeti but the rest were meh and Odin s witch servant was SCARY which I loved but the rest as I said didn t like them at all they were flat nothing deep and no connection to them The plot I found the whole thing as chasing chasing everyone is chansing the other and the end was just like re telling what happened in the first book This book went down hill if you compared it to Wolfsangel I really loved that book Last book left Lord of Slaughter which ofc I will read to conclude this series and see if they can succeed this time to escape their destiny

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Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan Summary ☆ 4 The Vikings are laying siege to Paris They want the Count's sister in return they will spare the rest o. Author interview published under The Ranting DragonFenrir is the seuel to M D Lachlan s brilliant fantasy debut Wolfsangel and the second installment in his unnamed Norse werewolf series Now many readers will have but one uestion regarding this book Is it as good as Wolfsangel The answer in my opinion is an emphatic yes While the two novels are uite different in a number of ways Fenrir lives up to the high expectations set by its predecessor and in many cases exceeds themA struggle throughout the agesFenrir is set approximately 100 years after the events of Wolfsangel in an early medieval Paris set alight by the torches of Viking invaders The hordes lay siege to the city yet strangely their leaders demand not slaves or riches but the Count s sister Aelis They are not alone in seeking the young woman the raven priests of Odin also hunt her as does a mysterious wolfman lurking in the shadows Unbeknowst to Aelis her role in these events is due to no mere machination of politics but serves a greater sinister purpose The crippled and blind living saint Jehan is given the task of speaking to the girl and perhaps convincing her to accept her fate However Aelis and Jehan are about to become pawns in a mad god s schemes In their future lies death madness dark magic and the monstrous Fenris wolf fated to kill Odin at RagnarokA new perspective on the familiar Once again Lachlan delivers a dark and thrilling tale incorporating Norse gods and monsters historical detail and sinister magic into a tragically human struggle against fate It is these human elements that stand out in this book when compared to the last The characters are developed and their relationships are complex Some old characters reappear eg Loki and we are introduced to many new ones as well as some that are simultaneously new and familiar the reincarnations of those in Wolfsangel This in and of itself is one of the most interesting aspects of the novel as we learn about each of the major players from an entirely different perspective We see who they have become and how they react in vastly different circumstances For instance Adisla is no longer a farmer s daughter but the highborn lady Aelis and as a result she acts uite differently in some regards while still retaining certain characteristics from her previous incarnation In other cases the differences are even pronounced and Lachlan keeps the reader guessing who is actually who in relation to the previous novel Often he manages to surprise in this respectEnhanced characterization While the characters in Wolfsangel were already believable and human Lachlan takes his characterization to a whole new level in Fenrir Each character develops as an individual has their own flaws and almost every one displays some degree of moral ambiguity The protagonists are never completely irreproachable while the antagonists never come across as wholly evil or without motivation for their actions In many cases you may well find yourself sympathizing with a character you initially wrote off as irredeemableAnother noteworthy improvement regards the female protagonist AelisAdisla who takes on a much greater role than she did in Wolfsangel She evolves from being possibly the least developed of the protagonists to one of the most well characterized In addition she displays greater agency and is much proactive character instead of being a hapless victim dragged into a struggle not of her own making Personally I found this made her much easier to relate to and a much well rounded character than she was previously There is also a much greater focus on the feelings and internal struggles of the characters in this book as they come to understand much of what is happening to them and endeavor to fight against their fates Can they really rebel against the inevitable and defy a god There s only one way to find outEvocative prose and an immersive atmosphereLachlan s writing already proficient in Wolfsangel is further perfected in Fenrir fully immersing the reader in this strange world of gods and monsters There were moments when I could almost hear the dripping of moisture in a dark cave or see the light streaming down through the canopy of a forest Lachlan excels at creating atmosphere and pays great attention to historical detail effortlessly evoking a bygone age Although lyrical and flowing the writing never distracts from the story and the historical aspects are incorporated seamlessly into the plot For instance we are not told about the differences and conflicts between Christian and Norse religion but come to understand them through Jehan s interactions with his companions In fact some of the amusing moments in what is otherwise uite a dark novel involve the Vikings pragmatism in response to Jehan s attempts to convert them they ll believe in his god if his god brings them a shelter or makes them fiercer warriors or misinterpretation of each others customsA dark and brutal taleFenrir is even darker and intense than its predecessor and includes a few somewhat disturbing and rather graphic scenes that I would not recommend to anyone with a weak stomach Nevertheless these scenes are used in context with the rest of the story and often play important roles in the progression of the narrative Though many of the events depicted throughout the novel are undeniably violent and often horrific they are never depicted in an overly gratuitous manner or included purely for shock value with no relation to the plot The novel is set in a brutal age and Lachlan does not try to sugarcoat this provide an idealized version of history or glorify bloodshed Often I felt this added to the authenticity of the story and made the fantastical elements believable Additionally the juxtaposition of the tender human moments with the gory or violent scenes increased the impact of the story as a wholeA linear character driven plotFenrir is a longer book by around 200 pages than Wolfsangel and the plot unfolds in a primarily linear fashion without as many jumps between time frames Some readers have mentioned the pacing of Fenrir is also marginally slower however I see this an inevitable by product of the greater focus on character development Personally I felt getting to know the characters better and as a result caring about what happens to them than compensated for a slower pace All things considered the plot is still thrilling the world still fascinating and the pace uite fast compared to many other novelsWhen reading Fenrir one must keep in mind that this is but the second book in a longer series the exact number of installments is not yet finalized and as such may not offer the reader the closure they may desire Those hoping for a decisive conclusion to the overall storyline are setting themselves up for disappointment Personally I am thrilled that there are to be books after Fenrir and was uite satisfied with the ending It provides a conclusion to this chapter in an ongoing struggle and hints at how circumstances may change in the books that followWhy should you read this bookIf you haven t already done so I would strongly suggest you read Wolfsangel before picking up Fenrir In fact if you haven t read Wolfsangel why are you wasting time reading this review Stop immediately go get your hands on a copy and read that instead If you read and loved the first book like I did I would definitely recommend you read this one as well as in my opinion it is even better While Fenrir is an engrossing and well written story in its own right it is an excellent second book in what is shaping up to be a brilliant multi volume series Honestly the worst thing about this novel is the fact I now have to wait for the next one Latawnya the Naughty Horse Learns to Say No to Drugs to Paris They want On Borrowed Time the Count's sister in return The Homeschooling Book of Answers The 101 Most Important uestions Answered by Homeschooling's Most Respected Voices Prima Home Learning Library the rest o. 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review Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan

Fenrir AUTHOR M.D. Lachlan Summary ☆ 4 F the city Can the Count really have ambitions to be Emperor of the Franks if he doesn't do everything. It is very rare that I consider a book to be worth five stars but this book definitely deserves it It has everything I was looking for and in a historical fantasywerewolf novel The accurate portrayal of the Viking invasion of Paris in the 8th Century mixed with the enchanting and bloody undertones of Norse mythology religious warfare forbidden love and gruesome battles not to mention the anticipation and horror that accompanies the transformation of an innocent boy into a savage and brutal wolf was almost over whelming in all its transcendence It evokes every emotion you would want from a good read immense sadness anger passion disbelief surprise even humor The characters are well developed and are easy to relate to and the detail and description is so intense and divine you almost feel like you have stepped into a whole other world where mad gods and fearless warriors stalk your every move I would suggest reading Wolfsangel before reading this oneFenrir is a different time period but the characters are all reincarnations of the people from the first book and you can relate better to their emotions and their actions if you read that one before tackling Fenrir Any time a part of the book makes you pause and think This is sort of confusing have I missed something do not fret everything will fall into place as the story unfolds also keep in mind that we are dealing with the likes of Loki the god of lies and mischief and with him anything is possible