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Ladrones de almas (Snow Walker #3)

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Aquello que tú mas ames, eso es lo que yo poseeré algún dia. En visperas de la boda de Wulfgar, la maldición de Gudrun, la hechicera del hielo, se cumple. Los habitantes del dominio del Yarl se ven atrapados en las redes de un hechizo que los postra en el mundo de los sueños. Kari sabe que la única solucion para romper el conjuro es reunirse con su madre, la hechicera, en ...more
Rústica, 144 pages
Published 1999 by SM (first published July 13th 1996)
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The Soul Thieves is another choux pastry book. There's something compelling about how easy these books are to read, but in part that easiness comes from not engaging with it -- I didn't get involved with, say, Wolfgar's feelings for Signi. Kari's struggle with his mother, and people's distrust of him, comes through strongest, but I don't think any of the other characters will stay in my mind.

The whole trilogy wouldn't take long to read... It could make a good palate-cleanser, or something to rea
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Fisher brings her trilogy to an exciting close in this satisfying teen novel. Within the restrictions of the genre she expertly uses a few well-chosen words to evoke a vivid sense of place and action, something a few other fantasy authors writing for adults would do well to master. Her characters are well-drawn and the quest structure brings a welcome contrast to the second novel where most of the action happened in one place. Each new danger and setting the heroes encounter is intriguing and en ...more
Excellent wrap up to the series. Although you really do need to read all three books to fully appreciate the books.
C'mon - it's been quite a while since I posted this:


The sword was of heavy beaten iron, with a narrow groove down the centre of the blade.
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Catherine Fisher was born in Newport, Wales. She graduated from the University of Wales with a degree in English and a fascination for myth and history. She has worked in education and archaeology and as a lecturer in creative writing at the University of Glamorgan. She is a Fellow of the Welsh Academy.

Catherine is an acclaimed poet and novelist, regularly lecturing and giving readings to groups o
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