Black Wolves

Black Wolves

Book - 2015
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Veteran fantasy writer Elliott returns to the world of her Crossroads trilogy with a sophisticated and challenging tale that launches the follow-up Black Wolves trilogy. The Hundred is a land once ruled by just that many councils and village conclaves. Then King Anjihosh dispatched the demons, rebels, and other unsavory elements threatening the peace and brought order to the kingdom. His elite fighting force, the Black Wolves, led by Captain Kellas, is tasked with keeping the peace and ferreting out possible threats to the throne.
Publisher: New York : Orbit, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780316368698
Branch Call Number: SCI ELLIO-K
Characteristics: 821 pages ; 22 cm


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Nov 15, 2016

If you enjoyed her Crossroads trilogy (Spirit Gate, Shadow Gate, & Traitor's Gate), you'll love this book. Some of the same characters are now 40 years older and the world of the Hundred has changed. The same multi-layered writing and plotting that is such a pleasure in her other books is present here. Strong, complex characters fill the book making it an intriguing read.

Oct 27, 2016

The ending was quite abrupt. Had to reread the last sentence before realizing that the book was indeed over. Hope the sequel comes out soon.

Other readers should also be aware the plot isn't straightforward but instead spirals back and forth between past and present, but if one is willing to read through it most of the mysteries do have answers of a sort.

May 08, 2016

What a refreshingly enjoyable read. My apologies to whoever had this book on hold while I was slowly reading it.

Boxley Mar 14, 2016

A very well written fiction. Great character and storyline development. This is the first in a new series and I am looking forward to the next volume.


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May 08, 2016

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