The Hundred, once ruled by a tainted religion and demon court, is now a place of prosperity, but treachery still waits in the shadows. Once the captain of the elite Black Wolves, Kellas finds himself standing at a crossroads where he must decide whom to serve and whom to betray. Faithful to the... show more
The Hundred, once ruled by a tainted religion and demon court, is now a place of prosperity, but treachery still waits in the shadows. Once the captain of the elite Black Wolves, Kellas finds himself standing at a crossroads where he must decide whom to serve and whom to betray. Faithful to the king's memory but shut out from his legacy, Lady Dannarah fights for the rank she was denied, while three young outcasts leave their homes to find their own destiny.
As broken alliances are guardedly rekindled and old friendships put to the test, the Hundred's past is called into question and its very future is at stake.
Publish date: 2015-11-03
Pages no: 780
Edition language: English
Series: The Black Wolves Trilogy (#1)
The Black Wolves Trilogy - Book 1I. LOVED. THIS. BOOK. Black Wolves has been on many 'best of' lists since it's publication back in November of 2015 and I'm here to say it's totally earned. :) This is epic fantasy done right. 780 pages of it and none of it was tedious. (That can happen a lot ...
Yeah, not gonna rate this one because my reaction is too all over the place. I don't read a lot of epic fantasy, but every so often I give it a try. The first part of this book is really not for me. From the glorious king who united the land to his haven't-we-seen-this-too-many-times headstrong d...
After letting this sit for almost two weeks...well. Still dunno what to make of it. But whatever Jehosh might be, he did not have his grandfather's brutal possessive streak, the will to prevent anyone else from tasting a nectar he wanted to keep for himself.Jehosh loved the pursuit.His grandfather ...
Kate Elliott never fails me. She consistently writes fun, thoughtful, original fantasy, featuring diverse and interesting characters of both genders, and set in complex, textured worlds. This book is no exception. It must be said, however, that the beginnings of her series are consistently and painf...