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Broods of Fenrir Paperback – November 20, 2011
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Werewolves just the way I like them: raw, ruthless and made even more beautiful with age. Brand is a five hundred year old werewolf who doesn't want to follow in his father's barbaric steps and rule over the broods. Because there is only one way to keep control of them, and he doesn't want to submit to the savage wolf in him to do it.
But he can only avoid his birthright so long. When Alice and Dagny are put in danger by the other broods who don't mind filling Brand's shoes, he finds himself trying to get to the bottom of the threats around them. Doing such while avoiding his unwanted title only makes things more complicated--and often painful.
Brand is by far my new favorite tortured hero. His character takes you right to the edge till you're holding your breath, unsure of what he might do next. My second favorite character was Alice, as her feelings of friendship for Brand run so deep, and despite being considered weaker, she's the last one you want to make snap. All of the characters in here are exceptionally real and have something about them to love, or in the case of their adversaries, seriously hate.
Definitely recommended for paranormal romance fans who are tired of the soft and gentle versions.
Broods of Fenrir is a fast paced horror-thriller with strong characters and lots of werewolf on werewolf violence to keep the story moving along. I greatly enjoyed it from start to finish.
I do have a few critiques of this story, minor though they are. There are a few points in the tale where characters are introduced rapid fire, leading to a feeling of "Huh? Who's that and where did they come from?" My second critique is that this story is fairly short. The werewolves in this tale are immortal (or practically immortal) and there's a lot of history hinted at in the book. As a fan of the original Highlander, let me just say I love flashbacks. I would have liked to have seen a few more glimpses into their back story. On the other hand, the author definitely leaves herself with plenty of material for future books if such is her plan.
As a minor side note, I will just say that Broods of Fenrir is beautifully edited. Over the past couple of years, I've come to expect books (even professionally published) to have a few typos or formatting errors here and there. I don't think I spotted a single thing in this book. This doesn't' have anything to do with the story, but kudos to the author and her team for putting that little bit of extra polish into this.
All the werewolf angst you could possibly crave, wrapped in a grim, gritty adult setting.
This one did and then some!
Brand can be the King of the broods...if only he can step forward and take the crown. His sire, the previous king, was a viscous bastard of the worst degree. When Brand finally broke free of his father and killed him, he walked away from the throne, vowing never to take the position. Now, centuries later, he finally realizes that by turning his back on the throne, he turned his back on his people. Can he fix the clans, who are stuck in the past and treating women and weak members as slaves, or will he die trying?
I truly loved this book. The writing pulled me in from the very start. There's just something about Coral Moore's writing--it flows very easily, and makes the reader wish to continue. I'm definitely adding her books to my list in the future!
Brand's tale does have a bit of romance to it, but it doesn't take center stage all the time, and I was okay with that. I loved his possessiveness, not just to Dagny, but everyone under his protection. He could have easily been like his father, drunk on power but with no honor. Instead he became very much the perfect hero.
4 STARS! For a captivating shifter tale, one that pulls from old Norse tales a bit, Broods of Fenrir is sure to be a hit with fans of the genre!Read more ›
This is book 1 of Broods of Fenrir. I will read just about anything with paranormal aspects in it and I really did enjoy this book which was a quick read. I especially liked the Norse references and feel to some of the characters. I would have to say that Alice took 1st place as my favorite character. She was vulnerable and weak at times but proved herself to be a fierce champion. I look forward to reading more in this series. I received this ebook free through LibraryThing Member Giveaways in exchange for an honest review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All I can say is Eh. The story moved quickly enough but it didn't seem like there was a whole lot of substance. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Demonite
I'm always up for a good shifter story and, to me, this is no different. Has the usual elements and works quite well for me.Published on July 28, 2013 by KC Riley-Gyer
The change of pace from everyday wolf legend mixed with Norse mythology is fresh and exciting.
Fate seemed to be against Brand Geirson when he was made king; there were... Read more
Brand is an amazing character - he mixed just enough of the broody werewolf with the protecting and honorable hero to make him deep enough to really really like. Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by Jasmyn9
I received a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. Brand Geirson is next in line to rule. Read morePublished on December 25, 2012 by Simone Lilly-Egerter
Great book & very well written. It drew me in & I could not put it down until I was done!Published on November 26, 2012 by Willow
Broods of Fenrir can't decide if it's urban fantasy or horror, so of course, I loved it. Brand is the rightful king of the Broods (lines of werewolves) but after growing up under... Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by Michele Lee
Reviewed by Gabryyl Pierce
PYN Review Team, 5/29/12
4.5 out of 5 stars
Brand Geirson is a five-hundred-year-old werewolf who doesn't want to be his father's... Read more
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