Book 1 of Wolf's-own Dwelling in the land of Ada and defending magic users called the Jin, Fen Jacin-rei is a trained assassin and an Untouchable, one whose mind hosts the Voices of the Ancestors, spirits of long-dead magicians. His fate should be one of madness and solitude, yet Fen Jacin-rei... show more
Book 1 of Wolf's-own Dwelling in the land of Ada and defending magic users called the Jin, Fen Jacin-rei is a trained assassin and an Untouchable, one whose mind hosts the Voices of the Ancestors, spirits of long-dead magicians. His fate should be one of madness and solitude, yet Fen Jacin-rei desperately clings to his sanity and ferociously protects the family he loves. But how does Fen do it? Kamen Malick has every intention of finding out. When Malick and his own small band of assassins ambush Fen in an alley, Malick offers Fen one choice: join us or die. Determined to decode the intrigue that surrounds Fen-and to have the Untouchable for himself-Malick sets to unraveling Fen's past while Fen delves into the mysteries surrounding Malick. As Fen's secrets slowly unfold, Malick is drawn into a crusade that isn't his, one surprisingly similar to his own quest for vengeance. Yet irony is a bitter reward when Malick discovers the one he wants is already hopelessly entangled with the one he hunts.
Publish date: February 17th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 346
Edition language: English
, M M Romance
, Dark Fantasy
Series: Wolf's Own (#1)
** This review is identical to that contained within the Wolf's Own Bundle. **Book 1: GhostLength: 0-29%POV: 3rd, multi POVStar rating: ★★★★★HOLY COW! It cannot end there!Thank God this is a bundle, because I'd go stir crazy if I had to end the story there and wait for the next book to be released o...
Reviewer: Sandra Genre: M/M Fantasy Review:Oh my, I'm so torn on this. Let's start at the end... a very good and very suspenseful ending. By 'suspenseful' I mean this is not a stand alone, and despite some niggles, I'm definitely going to have to read the second book to get any sort of closure. Wh...
It would appear that I’m becoming quite the floozy for fantasy novels. I’m so easily seduced by the worlds of mystic and magic, it’s ridiculous! I love that the author has the freedom to create their own rules and I get to enjoy the ingenuity of their bold creativity.So, about the story: ***GR Buddi...
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