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Warlord: Book Three of the Wolfblade Trilogy (Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade #3)

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Marla Wolfblade is reeling from the loss of her closest confidant, Elizaar the Fool, who taught her the Rules of Gaining and Wielding Power, and helped shape her into a force in Hythria. But Marla's plans for revenge are disrupted when she discovers she has a dangerous adversary....
On the border, Fardohnya has massed its troops for an invasion, and Marla's eldest son,
ebook, 512 pages
Published April 29th 2008 by Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC (first published 2005)
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Jun 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Derde deel en net zo heerlijk en spannend als deel 2. Ik vind deze boeken zelfs zo leuk dat ik door aan het lezen ben in een ander deel dat niet vertaald is. En dat doe ik nooit.
Mar 07, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
First I must admit that the cover art of this book is a little distracting. Not because it is of the typical fantasy ilk, but because of the guy on the cover. He looks like Gabriel Aubry. The model. Halle Berry's baby daddy. In other words, HOT!

Now that I have gotten that totally shallow piece of business off my chest, on with the real review.

This is the third and final installment of Jennifer Fallon's Warlord trilogy and she ends it in superb fashion. In this book we see the fruition of many sm
Feb 06, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Who the hell lets lose a plague to kill one person? It hasn't to be the most blood thirsty attempt at assassination I've ever seen, and it didn't even work. Alija Eaglespike, who has been a bitch the entire series, ramps it up in this, the last of the trilogy. At least she gets what she deserves by the end of the book.

I guess I should apologize for starting this review off in such a strange way, but seriously, the woman was evil. And though she has been trying to kill Damin and install her own h
Dylan Madeley
May 29, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Tara DePompei
This was my favorite out of the 3, which I read out of obligation as opposed to true interest (compare with Kristen Britain's Green Rider books). I do like the actual characters and I think that her stories/plots are cool. My whole problem with this series and her writing in general is the hokey character dialogue. It is truly horrible. The story is set in quasi-medieval times, with plagues, swordfights, and horse-based transportation. Yet these characters attempt the same witty banter that you ...more
Apr 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, fiction, medalon
While I found it extremely difficult to put this down, I'm a little torn about it. The story and the action picked up immediately from the last book, which I was grateful for. The author used tension brilliantly, ratcheting it up until it exploded into a delicious climax. The resolution was also rather good, 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. Having said that, I am looking ...more
Sep 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fantastic read. A lot better than the first two. The pacing was much better, and Damin is a really well written character. I'll definitely be checking out more of this authors books.
Aug 17, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Warning: this review is for all three of the Wolfblade trilogy in the Hythrun Chronicles.

I first read Wolfblade when I was a teenager and I loved it like crazy. Not surprising, given that my emotional maturity was then approximately the emotional maturity of the main character, Marla Wolfblade. I was riveted by her hunt for power and her need to protect her loved ones. I loved how she took a turn from being a silly girl into a powerful administrator. The trilogy had lots of twists and turns, an
Sep 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'm going to try and keep this review as spoiler free as possible, but I may slip up (sorry).

I would like to start this review by saying I love Jennifer Fallon's work and am probably blinded by my love.

In the Hythrun Chronicles, Fallon has created an intricate world filled with political intrigue, Gods and magic. In 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
Aug 30, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In this final book of the Wolfblade series, Warlord brings to a close Marla's long battle with Alija & Damin's fight to secure his place among the Wardlords of Hythria & reclaiming his Province from his power-mad uncle, who has obviously come unhinged. Intriguing, clever, with brilliant political machinations, Warlord pickes up the pace of the series and finishes strong.

Marla finally gets her revenge. After so long Marla learns that revenge is a dish best served cold as she, Kalan &
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Fallon is the author of 17 full-length bestselling novels and a number of published short stories in genres ranging from horror to science fiction.

In addition to 4 complete fantasy series - The Demon Child trilogy, The Hythrun Chronicles, the Second Sons Trilogy,The Tide Lords Quadrilogy and the Rift Runners series - Fallon has written both a tie-novel and short fiction for the TV series, Stargat
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