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by Elizabeth Bear, Sarah Monette
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The first thing that pops to mind is that this book is perfectly titled and that's not something you'll really get unless you read it. :) Once again, Monette and Bear throw you in the deep end of their intricate and perfectly wonderful worlds. The names are strange to the tongue and eye, there a...
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The Wombat's Book Blog rated it 5 years ago
I'm going to be honest with you, I'm a little bit disappointed in this book. I guess that's why it took me so long to do a review - I didn't want to say anything bad about it, but there really wasn't much to say.Let me start with the positive - we get glimpses of other people's points of view this t...
altheaann rated it 7 years ago
I feel a bit bad giving this a less-than-great review, because I kind of didn’t expect to love it: I read the previous volume, A Companion to Wolves, and wasn’t captivated – perhaps it was unfair of me to read this at all. However, I love absolutely everything else that Sarah Monette has ever writte...
Trix rated it 8 years ago
I was so looking forward to reading this! I was left astounded by the intricate relationship and story telling in the first novel. And having to wait the order the second novel to arrive felt unbearably long.And now I kind of feel cheated of my expectations out of this book. I was ready to continue ...
wealhtheow rated it 8 years ago
In [b:Companion to Wolves|333356|A Companion to Wolves (Iskryne World, #1)|Sarah Monette|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1312035520s/333356.jpg|2703562], Bear and Monette presented a dark and grim twist on the classic fantasy trope of telepathic bonds with animals. Men were forced to give up their expe...
Eisheth rated it 9 years ago
I started this book with equal parts eagerness and trepidation, because I truly adored A Companion to Wolves, so I was surely setting myself up for disappointment with unreasonable expectations. And I was right, kind of. I did like this book. These are the same fantastic settings and characters t...
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