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Anything that draws my eyes out of the book is not a good thing.
I look forward to reading Foxmask, the second book that follows, which is also not unlike the Sevenwaters trilogy in its link between children to continue the story.
At least 100 pages could have been shaved off of the last half of the book, without losing any of the intriguing plot twists and character development.
I love any books written by Juliet Marillier. A great writer.Published 1 month ago by Carol Murphy-Houck
This was a great book. Juliet Marillier is a wonderful fantasy author. I have read Her Seven Waters series and loved them too.Published 8 months ago by Judith Lorenzo
I wanted to enjoy this book, I really did. I like viking-era stuff, and it sounded promising. But nothing about this is enjoyable to read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mara Johnstone
It took me several chapters to get into this book but I finally did and i enjoyed the characters. I did find it to be pretty wordy at times and i skipped over some areas that... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Pat Foster
Juliet Marillier is a talented writer, and this is one of her better books. I do like it enough to have read it more than once. Read morePublished 16 months ago by S. Morgan
juliet has a way of winding everything together to keep your attention from page to page; it's hard to put it downPublished 19 months ago by C. kane
I enjoy Juliet Marillier's writing and this series was no exception! Great epic fantasy novel with a beautiful romantic story. Really enjoyed.Published 19 months ago by Hollie Bennett
I love all Juliet Marillier books, and although the Irish/Scottish backgrounds of her larger series are magical, it is always nice to 'travel' somewhere else for a change.Published 19 months ago by averil hudson
I thoroughly enjoyed this book - having first come across 'Foxmask' (book 2) and reading a chapter or two, I found out that
'Wolfskin' was the first book - I needed to stop... Read more