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All Who Wander Are Lost (Icarus Fell #2) (An Icarus Fell Novel) by [Blake, Bruce]
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About the Author

Bruce Blake lives on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. When pressing issues like shovelling snow and building igloos don't take up his spare time, Bruce can be found taking the dog sled to the nearest coffee shop to work on his short stories and novels. Actually, Victoria, B.C. is only a couple hours north of Seattle, Wash., where more rain is seen than snow. Since snow isn't really a pressing issue, Bruce spends more time trying to remember to leave the "u" out of words like "colour" and "neighbour" then he does shovelling. The father of two, Bruce is also the trophy husband of burlesque diva Miss Rosie Bitts. Bruce has been writing since grade school but it wasn't until six years ago he set his sights on becoming a full-time writer. Since then, his first short story, "Another Man's Shoes" was published in the Winter 2008 edition of Cemetery Moon, another short, "Yardwork", was made into a podcast in Oct., 2011 by Pseudopod and his first Icarus Fell novel, "On Unfaithful Wings", was published to Kindle in Dec., 2011. The second Icarus Fell novel, “All Who Wander Are Lost”, was released in July, 2012, and “Blood of the King”, the first book in the two-part “Khirro's Journey” epic fantasy, was released Sept. 30, 2012. He has plans for at least three more Icarus novels, several stand alones, and a possible YA fantasy co-written with his eleven-year-old daughter.

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  • File Size: 1453 KB
  • Print Length: 345 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0986881198
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Best Bitts Productions (July 15, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 15, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008LQFOQ0
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I have to be honest, I am addicted to books. It's a sickness, a real honest-to-goodness sickness. And I knew nothing about this book other than the fact that it was being offered for a limited time for 99 cents, and I had 99 cents, and a distinct shortage of books!

I'm very glad I did. All Who Wander is a delightful urban fantasy romp, and although it's the second in a series, I didn't need to have read the first to understand exactly what was going on. It has just the right amount of dark and gritty, but the author is careful to feed the reader tiny nibbles of hope to keep you going through the book. I tore through it in an afternoon and immediately went out and bought the prequel.

A solid 5/5 that I'm so glad I tried.
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Icarus Fell, or Ric, as he prefers, is the man. Despite his troubled past and sharp-witty responses, he has a lot of heart and you can't help but to care for him as he tries his best to do what he believes is right. This time, in his efforts to do what is right, leads him a little astray and he ends up in the worst place any soul would ever want to be. And he does it on purpose. He goes to Hell. From that moment on, everything Icarus thought he knew is put to a test to the point that he doesn't know what to believe. In the face of so many obstacles in order to do what he feels he must do, it all comes down to the choices he makes.
This book is a top-notch sequel to the trials in the life - or afterlife - of Icarus Fell. Without question, this is a triumphant return to the story of a man reformed as he struggles to survive in the space between spaces. Bruce Blake is fantastic with his ability to weave so many elements, twist and turns, into his work and there is no way any dark fantasy reader would not enjoy this second book.
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This is the second novel in Blake's Icarus Fell series. I read the first one and fell in love with "Ric" Fell and his new job as a soul harvester for angels. I couldn't help but adore the characters. Each one has something to offer to the story. I thought I knew them so well!

In this second book, I found out I may not know all the characters as well as I thought I did. It is possible that some of them may be "one part angel and one part danger" - as Chris Daughtry so eloquently sings it. I must admit I didn't enjoy this book as well as the first. I LIKED it and don't regret reading it, but I found all the time spent in Hell to be a bit too much. I wished there was more to the story than Ric and the others constantly getting lost and some parts were confusing. If the latter part of the book had spent somewhere else, or if more information were revealed, I think it would have been better.

I do look forward to the third book, but it's so hard to wait! I am a die-hard Blake fan and, even though I didn't like this book as much as the first, I'm certainly glad I read it and learned more about my favorite characters and series. Keep writing and write faster, Mr. Blake!
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Hew! The main character did some horrible things in the first book and only barely redeemed himself by the end. By the very first bit of the book he already does more to make amends than he did by the end of the first in the series.

Once again, I'm hooked right at the beginning as I was with the first book. I have to admit, although I love the writing, the author's imagination, and following the characters established with the first book - these books are so very dark I feel the need to take a break before continuing on with the next book in the series. This is more a reflection of my own sensativities than anything negative about the book, series, or author.

Highly recommend!
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This is author Bruce Blake's second novel featuring our dead hero, Icarus Fell, and I still like Ric! Maybe even more now, than in the first book. I love his unfailing efforts to try and 'do the right thing' no matter how bleak things get. I love his sarcasm and his devotion to his son and the way he keeps getting back up every time he's knocked down. And he does spend a lot of time getting knocked down. Being a 'harvester' is not an easy job. I hope Mr. Blake has another book planned with more of Ric's adventures. I'd love to find out more about Poe's future, too.
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There are enough book report-ish reviews here to describe the plot, characters and setting for me not to go into all of that. What I will go into is why I gave this novel three stars. For me, three stars means the book was ok. If I could go back in time, I wouldn't stop myself from reading it. If someone asks if they should read "All Who Wander are Lost," I'll say "Yes, but only if you've read the first novel. Just don't expect it to live up to 'On Unfaithful Wings.'"

This being the second book, I was looking forward to seeing Ric (Icarus) begin to come into his own at his new "job." No, that is not at all what we get here. But, hey, I'm not the author, and given how well Bruce Blake managed the first novel in the series, I was game to see what happpens when Ric tries to go back and undo his mistakes.

The short answer is - He screws up again. And again. And again. I don't think I'm giving away the plot here because if you have read the first novel, then you know Ric was not a winner in life. After dying and being brought back as a harvester of souls, he continued to screw up by acting like a child.

To his credit, Blake stuck with a fundamental truth of humanity: We are what we are. Ric was a whiny guy in life. He's still a whiny guy after death. Forget the heavenly mission, surrounding angels and demons and carrion (people with the same job as himself, just working for the other team), Ric can't do anything without at least one wise-crack (which he's pretty good at) and several pages of whining (which is tiresome). He's the "why me" guy everyone knows.

I'd hoped for a little character progression, though. I don't know if this entire novel was a setup for progression or just the next logical step for Ric in Blake's eyes.
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