Brotherhood of the Wolf [David Farland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Brotherhood Of The Wolf is the second book in David Farland’s Runelords series. The second of three books, the story continues on from The Sum of All Men. Buy a cheap copy of Brotherhood of the Wolf book by David Farland. David Farland’s “Runelords” fantasy sequence began in with The Sum of All Men, .
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The Sum of All Men was an excellent book, original, exciting and an extremely rewarding read. Brotherhood of the Wolf continues the story. Gaborn, the newly crowned Earth King continues his battle against the Wolf Lord Raj Ahten but there is also the threat of the terrifying Reavers to deal with.
The second installment in the Runelords series begins slowly and rather than having a “What has gone before I felt that this did not help the book’s narrative and if anything detracted from the flow of the story. The first half of this book did not read as well as The Sum of All Men and was slightly dissapointing.
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An example of this recounting is: Gaborn had led an ‘army’ from Castle Goverman to Longmot a week ago. The army had consisted of two cavid thousand cattle, driven by peasant men and women and children and a few ageing soldiers.
The dust of their passage as the herd crossed the plains had ben sic ruse enough to dislodge the Wolf Lord Raj Ahten from his attack on Longmot. Brotherhood of the Wolf: The Voices of Mice.
The beginning of this book, although still good has a rushed feel to it. There are parts of the story that feel a bit contrived.
However, once the book is half way through the narrative really improves dramatically an pace quickens. The chapters, as in the first book, become shorter and more exciting, and the plots of the various characters all come together in a great battle.
The Reavers play a much larger part in this book and their brotnerhood and where the come from is described in greater detail I still have difficulty actually forming a mental image of them though. The battle at the end of the book is very well done as Gaborn’s army is joined by Raj Ahten in battling the Reavers. Gaborn finished drawing his rune of Earth-breaking, raised his fist and looked up. All around him, reavers thundered forward in a terryfying wall of flesh, pounding into the ranks of his men, over-whelming them.
To his left a reaver od a fellow with a glory hammer.
The body somersaulted in the air twice, arced towards him. Celinor raised his shield, threw himself before Gaborn, but the force of both bodies slammed into Gaborn, smacking him to the ground.
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Please don’t get the impression that I did not like this book, it is very good, just not as good as the first book. The second half of the book is very, very good though and I am greatly looking forward to reading the third installment in the series. The Sum of All Men Runelords: The Sum of All Men.
He seeks to bring a Brotherhood Of The Wolf Runelords: Gaborn has managed to drive off Raj Ahten, but Ahten is far from defeated. Striking at far-flung cities and fortresses and killing dedicates, Ahten seeks to draw out the Ea Wizardborn continues the story of the struggle of Gaborn, now the Earth King, who has lost his powers but continues to lead his people. He must contend with the threat of t The Lair Of Bones Runelords: The stars fall from heaven and the very earth trembles in pain.
With Gaborn’s kingdom of Mystarria in ruins, four powerful kings march to claim its spoils, even as a va We’ve found that while readers like to know what we think of a book they find additional reader reviews a botherhood help in deciding if it is the right book for them. So if you have a spare moment, please tell us your thoughts by writing a reader’s review. If you enjoyed the first book in the Runelords series, The Sum of All Men, then you will not be disappointed with Brotherhood of the Wolf.
Farland builds upon the groundwork he laid out in the previous installment. The story itself is excellent and I continue to be completely drawn into it as love the twists and turns its takes. I just hope the author can keep up the high standards throughout what promises to be a long series. Thank you for taking the time to write a review on this book, it really makes a difference and helps wofl to find their perfect book. Bled dry by interminable warfare, infighting and bloody confrontations with Lord Anomander Rake and his Tiste Andii, the vast, sprawling Farladn empire simmers with discont Chronicles of the Black Company Glen Cook 9.
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The Voices of Mice The beginning of this book, although still good has o rushed feel to it. Bone Hill Please don’t get the impression that I did not like this book, it is very good, just not as good as the first book. Write a reader review Thank you for taking the time to write a review on this book, it really makes a difference and helps readers to find their perfect book.
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