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Warlord Warlord is the third and final book of the Hythrun Chronicles Marla Wolfblade’s world has been shattered by the death of both her beloved court’esa and. Praise for Jennifer Fallon’in a word: captivating’ Herald Sun on Wolfblade’an outstanding fantasy read’ AussieReviews on Wolfblade’sparkling high fantasy’. Jennifer Fallon (born ) is an Australian author of fantasy and science fiction. She is also a Wolfblade (); Warrior (); Warlord ().

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The two standouts for me in this book, besides Damin who I love, where Tejay and Starros.

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Mennifer the series, we have seen characters develop, seen how a naive princess, selfish slave and obedient apprentice can grow and change through their experiences and have watched them figh I’m going to try and keep this review as spoiler free as possible, but I may slip up sorry.

She lives in New Zealand. It was over very quickly. Tales of Silver Downs.

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This is the family older but still in control of their lives and those that surround them. This is incredibly thoughtless, lazy faloon. Having said that, I am looking forward to reading more by this author. Warlord Wolfblade Trilogy by Jennifer Fallon. For a series of books that are so much about tricks and plots, as a reader I could not suspend disbelief.

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Meanwhile, there are many domestic dramas playing out: I love how they’re kinda in a circle – Medalon was written first, but is actually set after Wolfblade. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I’m a very sentimental person so I love moments and with the time jumps, some characters don’t get to interact there is one father and son pair that I will forever mourn the fact we don’t get to see any of their interactions and moments are missed.

Meanwhile, Fardohnya is massing for an invasion of plague-ravaged Hythria and Damin Wolfblade must find a way to defeat the countless Fardohnyans with a much smaller army, his hands tied by tradition, politics and his foolish uncle, the High Prince of Hythria, who decides to lead the army to victory himself.


A computer trainer and application specialist, Fallon currently works in the IT industry and spends at least a month each year working at Scott Base in Antarctica. Seeing the plethora of Wolfblade children grow and become awesome in their own right was pretty cool, and one of my favorite parts.

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A lot better than the first two. Apr 24, Allie rated it it was amazing Shelves: We have seen a once-powerful family on the verge of destruction, and watched how the family has grown and flourished.

Marla is still the wealthiest and most powerful woman in the country, but she has taken a major hit and, in some ways, feels alone, despite her large family. North Star Guide Me Home. Overall, I think this prequel series sets up the Demon Child nicely and I now wish I’d read them the other way around, but oh well. The story rolled along quickly and kept your attention. Not surprising, given that my emotional maturity was then approximately the emotional maturity of the main character, Marla Wolfblade.

I would have given this book five stars if I didn’t have to trudge through the first two books in the series beforehand. Return to Book Page. At every point where the magic system can be explored, when the Harshini are involved, for example, Fallon asks us to just believe that the ability to tap and mold magic has been intuitively downloaded into magic users’ brains by off-screen Harshini work.

The final chapter of Warrior had a lot of evolution, especially between Damin, Tejay, Kalan and Starros. I adored Kalan growing up to be so cunning and powerful and Golan Mir was so good with Marla. Marla, too, is a Mary-Sue of ridiculous proportions who never suffers the emotional consequences of her actions.

I was a little unsure what I would think about this series during the second book, but I can back to really enjoy it during this third book. As much as he grew physically and the world changed around him, the reveal of his true personality was striking, proving very well that he is much more intelligent than anyone ever expected.


Two, the main character of the series, Marla Wolfblade, gets stuck with a romantic subplot that I absolutely hated. I would like to start this review by saying I love Jennifer Fallon’s work and am probably blinded by my love. The narrative, and other characters, insist all the time that he is smart and charming and a great guy and going to be a great leader, but I would have been more willing to belie This was definitely my least favorite of the three books, which is a pity because I was really looking forward to the war and some good family drama.

It is nice to see the younger Wolfblades, all grown up and coming into their own. And after a while the selfishness of many of the characters becomes disappointing.

Jennifer Fallon does it again as she wraps up the Wolfblade Trilogy in a very fsllon way. But without reading those, which were a bit long and uneven, this book wouldn’t have made any sense.

In this book we see the fruition of many smaller plot threads that were started in the first book.

Damin is actually a male hero I like. It spends a lot of time with Damin, who is too young in the other two books to really be a character. Marla finally jfnnifer her revenge. We’ll publish them on our fllon once we’ve reviewed them. The story starts immediately after the tragic events of Warrior which you really must read first. The resolution was also rather jenniifer, but I felt a little let down because it covered some of the story-lines well, others got a passing mention, or one or two little ones were not covered at all.

And just in the previous two books, Fallon knows when and how to turn what could be a predicatable plot moment into an unpredictable, often shocking twist.

At times it felt as if the book was full of nothing but nobles vying for power.