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The Kitsune Stratagem (Inari's Children, #1)

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The Inari's Children Series:
Once magic was plentiful and the world was dominated by a singular empire whose name has long been lost to history. In its time, the great wizard Inari developed his greatest creation: The kitsune. His enemies were quick to copy him, and soon the world was populated with many different types of this remarkable creature. Two thousand years later
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Published 2014 by Fennec Fox Press
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Oct 10, 2014 Keith rated it really liked it
Enjoyable read, without the rough edges of his first book In Treachery Forged. The author managed to present an interesting fantasy universe without infodumping, and I found the characters both enjoyable and identifiable, and thankfully they were not the overpowered caricatures and whiny adolescents that seem to infest Fantasy novels these days.
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Dec 23, 2014 Andy Peloquin rated it really liked it
This book is well paced and written. The author is a natural story teller and weaves a good plot. That said, I almost didn't make it past the first chapter. To begin with, the book is called The Kitsune Stratagem. I was expecting Shogun, Samurai, and an Emperor. Instead I found myself reading about a ware-fox who's living in medieval Europe. Second, Kieras's father tells her of being attacked by an Amarok. A Japanese were-fox attacked by a giant wolf from Inuit legend? Keep the myths straight or ...more
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