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  • 02 January 2017
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Read & Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Duncan M. Hamilton Duncan M. Hamilton ß 0 characters The Wolf of the North Free read ↠ 0 Against a backdrop of war tragedy and an enemy whose hatred for him knows no bounds Wulfric will be forged from a young boy into the Wolf of the North This is his ta. To be completely honest this was originally a cover buy While I was waiting for this to arrive I looked at the synopsis and it sounded like something I would love Then when it finally arrived I was a little disappointed because it was only around 300 pages or so which for me is a pretty small book But let me tell you I am so happy that I gave this a chance because I enjoyed it immenselyThis sounds like your stereotypical fantasy novel the coming of age of a famous and great warrior And that is definitely the case but there was just something about this book that really drew me in and kept me interested There isn t really too much that happens throughout this book as it is the first in a series but the character growth was enjoyable and the narrator was fantastic Wulfric is our main character and he is the timid and overweight son of the First Warrior of their village He is constantly bullied by the apprentice warriors in the village and Wulfric just lets it happen until his main bully says some very inappropriate things to Adalhaid who is Wulfric s friendcrush and Wulfric pretty much beats his bully to a pulp From that day on he decides he doesn t want to be pushed around and starts training in secret in order to become an apprentice warrior From there we follow Wulfric s journey to become a warrior and all of his struggles and triumphs I should also mention that we know from pretty much page one that Wulfric no longer goes by his birth name and is now a legendary warrior I loved Wulfric s character so much His character development was pretty great and when he became this big bad warrior he was still a kindhearted person underneath it all Throughout the book I was constantly feeling bad for him because he just couldn t catch a break Everything that could go wrong for him did go wrongThis felt like it really pulled a lot of inspiration from Vikings which I am a huge fan of so that was a huge plus for me It also was a little reminiscent of Game of Thrones in the sense that none of the characters are safe and anything can happen This is definitely setting us up for the next books in the series and I think it did a pretty good job of setting up Wulfric s journey I do wish we would ve gotten a little on the other countries but based on the ending of this book I think that they will probably get description throughout the next books I do wish that there was a little bit of an indication that the POV was changing as for pretty much the first half was almost exclusively in Wulfric s POV then we started adding in a ton other POV s to further the plot The writing was pretty basic but in this case I think that it worked for this book because of how short it wasOverall I really enjoyed this book and I m fairly interested in continuing to see what happens to Wulfric as he is probably my favorite part of this entire book If you like fantasy and are looking for something easier or if you are new to fantasy this may be a good book for you

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Read & Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Duncan M. Hamilton Duncan M. Hamilton ß 0 characters The Wolf of the North Free read ↠ 0 It has been generations since the Northlands have seen a hero worthy of the title Many have made the claim but few have lived to defend it Timid weak and bullied Wul. I really liked the way this story was told it was a lot like King Killer Chronicles in that one of the characters in the book is narrating a story In this case it s an older man who s profession seems to be story tellingIt was a really uick read the fact that the story was being narrated by someone else helped speed the story along because the author was able to put in non awkward time gapsSometimes time gaps can be awkward or jolting but before each time gap you get an interlude with the story teller and then he just says and we ll continue with the story 3 years later go over some random plot points from those three years and you pick up to where you need to be to reasonably progress the character In this way you don t get this hero going from novice to badass in a matter of chapters and have it seem forced and fake PlotThis series so far has been about warring clanstowns who have been partly manipulated into war through politics and happenstance A mix of bad timing for certain crimes to be committed on top of old hatreds between the clans make warfare pretty common I like the fact that this is medium stakes It s not mundane in a slice of life kind of way but this isn t world ending kind of thing either The characters are normal townsfolk and some town leaders called First Warriors and that s about it so far I ve started the second book but haven t finished yet CharactersAlthough this is being told sort of like King Killer it differs in that it hops around POV s it s mostly about a young man named Wulfric but you get to see a bunch of minor POV s as well I like the main character he s fairly easy to relate to not much angst for a teenage character a light romance interest that grows slowly in importance which was nice I don t like when you re hit over the head with a love at first sight infatuation kind of thing Some minor POV s include some boys in the same general age bracket as the main POV his love interest his mother and father the town Priest who works as a healereducator and some other older male tribetownspeople In the second book we get a developed female POV but in the first book it s mostly about the main character ToneI m going to use adventurous as a tone again It s not dark it s not light or funny there s a fair amount of action in the book whether it s skirmishes battles or fighting wild animals PacingThere s a good amount of background politics going on and action scenes and character development scenes So the pace ebbs and flows nicely for me it s not a whirlwind book that s all battles but it s not a book that s mostly dialogue either AudienceThis book will appeal to people who enjoyMulti POV light magic coming of ageseries vs stand alone swordsbeast fights

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Read & Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Duncan M. Hamilton Duncan M. Hamilton ß 0 characters The Wolf of the North Free read ↠ 0 Fric is as unlikely a candidate as there could be A chance encounter with an ancient and mysterious object awakens a latent gift and Wulfric’s life changes course. A competent exciting traditional epic fantasy Not as good as Anthony Ryan s Blood Song with which it shares than one similarity but still good all the way through I ll definitely be continuing the series