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The Winds of Khalakovo - Bradley P. Beaulieu
The Winds of Khalakovo
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 978159780218 (1597802182)
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: Lays of Anuskaya (#1)
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Teak Bookends rated it
4.5 A Great Beginning
I have always been interested in stories with airships, though I can’t recall what story first introduced me to such a concept, I remember many examples. By airships, I do mean something like Spanish flying galleons, whether by magic or some complex steampunk technology. There are many famous exampl...
Jennavier rated it
I'm done. Winds of Khalakovo is an epic fantasy with a steep learning curve. Not quite Gardens of the Moon, but it's up there. Initially that was confusing, then interesting as I feel into a varied culture and thoroughly detailed world. As I got a little bit less enamored with the world building I s...
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Bryan Thomas Schmidt rated it
5.0 The Winds of Khalakovo
A stellar debut with inventive turning the tables on tropes and traditional setting, inventive magic system, and strong characterization with a pretty large cast. Good tension and action and nice balance between three POV characters. Beaulieu announces to us all "I'm here and I'm here to stay." Enjo...
Datepalm rated it
0.0 The Winds of Khalakovo (Lays of Anuskaya, #1)
Goodbye, book. I don't quite know what I don't like about this book - it had interesting worldbuilding, an un-cliched narrative, decent characterization...and stupefyingly boring. Just mind numbing. Excellent mileage as an insomnia cure, here, but that's it. Maybe i'll try it again in a few years - ...
sologdin rated it
4.0 The Winds of Khalakovo (Lays of Anuskaya, #1)
Simply stated, the only book to evoke the same je ne sais quoi that I felt while reading Dune for the first time, since the time that I actually read Dune for the first time.Very much a high fantasy in Clute & Grant's terms, the story has plenty of dunetude, but is not derivative, and involves the c...
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