Conflict and Courage



➶ [Read] ➲ Conflict and Courage By Candy Rae ➾ – E17streets4all.co.uk The Planet Wolf Series Volume The colonists and their telepathic wolverine friends have survived their first battle Those life bonded have dedicated their lives to the defence of the free north The s The Planet Wolf Series VolumeThe colonists and their telepathic wolverine friends have survived their first battle Those life bonded have dedicated their lives to the defence of the free north The southern armies are reeling Conflict and PDF or from their defeat and Aoalvaldr, the disgraced enemy commander, has vowed revenge What dangers lurk beyond the horizon Another battle, another war.Conflict and Courage

Candy lives in Ayrshire, Scotland with her family and two four year old cats who still believe they are kittens She adores fantasy fiction, especially the non magical kind It was her lifelong ambition to Conflict and PDF or write a novel now she has written eight and is working on an ninthShe has a history degree, works in accountancy but would like to write full timeShe loves cats, hates going away on holiday and when she is not writing or working she designs and makes tapestry wall hangings.

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  • 434 pages
  • Conflict and Courage
  • Candy Rae
  • English
  • 15 March 2019

10 thoughts on “Conflict and Courage

  1. says:

    I m not going to place a spoilers warning on this review simply because the only people who ll probably be spoiled are those who ve read the Pern series, and they might like to know what s coming But stop reading if you don t want to be cheated This could ve been a very good book, but, for reasons known only to her, instead of having a sort of flavor of Pern, Rae decided to raid Anne McCaffrey s work outright In the worst of these instances, there s a plot that s taken almost verbatim fr I m not going to place a spoilers warning on this review simply because the only people who ll probably be spoiled are those who ve read the Pern series, and they might like to know what s coming But stop reading if you don t want to be cheated This could ve been a very good book, but, for reasons known only to her, instead of having a sort of flavor of Pern, Rae decided to raid Anne McCaffrey s work outright In the worst of these instances, there s a plot that s taken almost verbatim from Dragonseye the girl denied her chance to impress for no particular reason that I can see it does little or nothing to develop the plot of this novel , and there are other somewhat less heavy handed pilferings as well.It s a shame, because the most interesting parts of the novel those that kept me reading, by the way have little to do with Pern and could standdeveloping How paired people negotiate marriages with non paired people is never delved into, nor are many situations included as an afterthought at the tail end of the book Argylian Vadath relations are very different from anything found on Pern, where the dragonriders are by necessity and custom isolated, andinvestigation of how the non integrated humans get along with those who accept the Lind would be very interesting So, too, would a deeper look at Larg society and at it s troubles But for the most part, Rae skims over these.I hope that Rae is less derivative in the next installment in this series, but I do wonder if it s worth finding out After all I already own most of the Pern books

  2. says:

    Having read the first book, and totally enjoying it, I eagerly bought the second book.I was surprised to find that, rather than continuing with the characters I d already gotten to know, this book picked up a few generations later The people of the first book were long dead, memorialized and mentioned, but that was about it.Honestly, I was disappointed in this Usually in trilogies, you expect to follow your characters along a longer timeline, really getting to know them, etc What made it wors Having read the first book, and totally enjoying it, I eagerly bought the second book.I was surprised to find that, rather than continuing with the characters I d already gotten to know, this book picked up a few generations later The people of the first book were long dead, memorialized and mentioned, but that was about it.Honestly, I was disappointed in this Usually in trilogies, you expect to follow your characters along a longer timeline, really getting to know them, etc What made it worse was that I really didn t care for the entirely new direction it took in a number of areas I read through this one and enjoyed it a bit, but not nearly as much as the first book certainly not enough that I wanted to read the third which did the same thing again

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