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This is a real page turner. It was difficult for me to quit reading and go to bed, I always wanted to see what happened next. I enjoyed all the suspense. I hope there will be more by this author. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
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As such, I was brought up watching them as a child and until this day I still enjoy a good old western be it a film True Grit, Unforgiven, 3: That western type frontier setting gives Malice of Crows an old flavour to it but when you add in the fantasy, myriad monsters and diverse elements it also makes it into something unique and something new too and the end result is a weird yet completely wondrous read.
Readers, who enjoy a good book? And, finally, readers looking for something different? Malice of Crows is a diverse read that displays its diversity proudly like Rhett wearing his Ranger badge and gives you a book that is full of action, emotion and captivating characters. Apr 14, Shelley rated it liked it Shelves: Malice picks up right where Conspiracy of Ravens left off.
Rhett Walker formerly Nettie Lonesome is the Shadow, as well as a Durango Ranger scout who is pulled to fight evil where ever it might be. May 10, Rana rated it it was amazing. Oh my god, what? This wasn't the end? There is another book? I mean, that's super awesome for me because I love this series but damnnnnnnnn, girl gotta find out what happens.
Apr 18, Jon Adams rated it really liked it. I really dig this series, but this book got a bit too romantical that should totally be a word for me. I feel like this series should be much more popular than it is! It reimagines the Wild West as a land filled with monsters: This is such a vivid series. The author is a mast of voice! Definitely going to keep with this series!
Apr 11, Felix rated it it was amazing. Another fun read that has lots of cool happenings. These books just keep getting better! I'll need 2 fingers of Rye for the next book. Jan 22, Dorkthropology rated it really liked it Shelves: Nov 15, Jester rated it really liked it. Nov 06, Jennie rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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To view it, click here. Well, that was a gut-punch at the end. Dec 18, Alyssa rated it it was amazing. Oh my god--the cliffhanger at the end of this book is going to torture me until the next in the series is out. So good but so frustrating!!! I'm grateful to the publisher for an advance copy of this book.
He's defeated the necromancer Trevisan, who was using gruesome magic to control monsters like Rhett - ordinary men and women with the ability to transform into animals, both mundane and esoteric - and compel them to labour building his railroad. Yes - Trevisan was defeated, but fleeing I'm grateful to the publisher for an advance copy of this book. Yes - Trevisan was defeated, but fleeing he possessed the body of six year old Meimei, sister to Cora the healer who is able to become a dragon when she wishes. Now Rhett - in his persona as The Shadow, avenger of wrongs and slayer of what needs to be killed, must track down Trevisan and free Meimei.
Thus the story is really one long chase through the barren wastes of Durango Territory, with Rhett's posse confronting ever more daunting threats not going to give details because spoilers. Walker is a Durango Ranger and proud of it. It's his identity, given to him by his beloved Captain. But we learn more in the course of this book about what that means.
Rhett's pride in this status takes a hammering: Not just slayers of monsters, they are a weapon of the 'civilized' world, driving out the native people - and Rhett happens to be one of those himself. In many dialogues with Coyote Dan and his sister, Winifred, Rhett seeks to come to terms with who he is and what his destiny will be. In another sense, he is learning who he is from Sam. Beautiful, golden haired Sam, who he has loved since Rhett was called Nettie Lonesome.
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The story of Rhett and Sam gives the book a whole different dimension though there are some heart stopping moments when it seems Rhett may give away his former identity. There are secrets here, and complicated identities jostling against each other: Gradually Rhett becomes more comfortable with his identities both as man and as monster. Bowen animates her story by making the 'outsiders' into so-called 'monsters' who are at the same time the most human of the characters. At one point a frustrated Rhett shouts out that he's 'unnatural': But Rhett is a monster and Trevisan, for all his necromancy and murder, isn't a 'monster', he remains just a man.
Being able to pass in polite society, wield power and money and claim the protection of sheriffs - and Rangers - is no guarantee of a good heart. I loved this book. As a continuation of Rhett's story it has the same epic storytelling as the earlier volumes, but I think it explores his personality more throughly and shows him growing. The book is proudly, obstinately diverse, on a number of different dimensions while at the same time being a sharply written, exciting and in some ways endearingly old-fashioned Western, albeit one set in a slightly parallel world with magic - and monsters - acknowledged.
Whether you like action, fantasy, a bit of tender romance or just a well-written, entertaining story, you'll find them - and more - here. Sep 05, Krista rated it really liked it. As always with these books, I'm not sure if this is 3. There are lots of things that I like about them and a few things that always irritate me, maybe more than they should. One aspect that I could do with less of is the sexuality.
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I think it's great that these books feature characters with many different sexualities I think the diversity here is one of the series' greatest strengths , but in this book in particular I felt that the main plot often got shoved to the background in fa As always with these books, I'm not sure if this is 3. I think it's great that these books feature characters with many different sexualities I think the diversity here is one of the series' greatest strengths , but in this book in particular I felt that the main plot often got shoved to the background in favor of sexytimes, discussion of sexytimes, reminiscing about sexytimes, and general relationship drama.
It got a little tiring after a while and I felt that the book was weaker for it. I'm somewhat disappointed at the ending, but I'll have to read the next book to see if the situation might be resolved differently than it appears. For this and many other reviews, check out my blog: It's not often that I read a book that makes me laugh out loud like that.
I love the author's sense of humor. I didn't like the ending, but I won't talk about why and give up the book. This was such a unique concept, and it shed a light on how people who weren't white were treated during the gold rush and when the railroads were being built. It also explores the to For this and many other reviews, check out my blog: It also explores the topics of gender identity and sexuality in a very unique way.
I can't say enough good things about this book. The only bad thing I can say is that I am not happy with the way it ended. I was kind of freaking out because I thought this was a trilogy and that was it for Rhett and Sam and their little posse. However, I just found out that the author wrote 1 more book for this series, Treason of Hawks!
I'm so excited that I get to see what happens next with them! I am just disappointed that I have to wait until October to read it!
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Aug 11, Donnette rated it liked it. Because the 2nd book left so much unfinished I just had to carry on and read this one. I'll probably feel compelled to read the 4th and final book in this series when it is out in October as well. I liked it, but I especially did not like the action at the Las Moras Ranger Camp.
I loved that Rhett found some little bit of closure to wondering about his heritage, and th Because the 2nd book left so much unfinished I just had to carry on and read this one. I loved that Rhett found some little bit of closure to wondering about his heritage, and that thread also opens some options up for the final book. The main villain is not fully present for much of the story and that was kind of odd for me as a reader.
I loved the nun as a new character. She is an excellent influence for the whole crew.
Aug 24, Rebecca rated it it was amazing. I hope this series isn't over. The third installment of The Shadow series picks up right where the action left off in Conspiracy of Ravens. It starts with a bang and the action doesn't let up till the last page. Rhett and his growing troupe of companions race across the harsh landscape of Durango trying to track down Trevisan the villainous necromancer [aren't they all? Rhett is also trying to process his feelings for some of his c I hope this series isn't over.