Northlight

Northlight Deborah Wheeler Deborah J. Ross
  • Title: Northlight
  • Author: Deborah Wheeler Deborah J. Ross
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  • Page: 163
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  • Northlight Deborah Wheeler Deborah J. Ross Northlight She s a Ranger a wild and savvy knife fighter determined to get help in finding her partner who s lost on the treacherous northern border He s a scholar who sees visions eager to escape the confine
    She s a Ranger, a wild and savvy knife fighter, determined to get help in finding her partner who s lost on the treacherous northern border He s a scholar who sees visions, eager to escape the confines of city life and the shadow of his charismatic mother With the assassination of a beloved leader and the city in turmoil, the two have only each other to turn to What begShe s a Ranger, a wild and savvy knife fighter, determined to get help in finding her partner who s lost on the treacherous northern border He s a scholar who sees visions, eager to escape the confines of city life and the shadow of his charismatic mother With the assassination of a beloved leader and the city in turmoil, the two have only each other to turn to What begins as a rescue mission turns deadly as together they unravel the secret that lies beneath Laurea s idyllic surface.
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    1. Oh, how did I miss this when it first came out in paperback This is a wonderful SF novel of the tradition I think of as cultural anthropological SF It was just re released on e book under the author s current writing name, Deborah J Ross, but it s the same Northlight released in 1995 by Deborah Wheeler I wanted to give you all a real review, because if you like my Nuala books, I think there s a good chance you ll enjoy Northlight.If I was to sum this story up in one sentence, I would say that No [...]

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    2. I had a great opportunity to read Northlight as an Early Reviewer for Library Thing.Wow Deborah Ross has written a brilliant story that displays all the elements writers should include in a book.The book revolves around Karadith, a Ranger who has stronger strength and senses than others Karadith s order was to go to Laurea, to meet with General Montborne, deliver a packet of very important papers Captain Derron also ordered her not to go on any expeditions of her own meaning finding fellow Range [...]

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    3. While this book is classified science fiction, this is not the high tech space travel science fiction that you might be expecting I am vaguely reminded of the book Dreamsnake by Vonda Mcintyre, which I also enjoyed.I highly enjoyed this adventure following the adventures of Kardith and Terricel as they search for Aviyya who is lover and brother, respectively This is a tale of coming to terms with one s past, both as an individual and as a culture, and the story, like the journey, builds in antic [...]

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    4. First of all I think the cover with the face and dome fit the book a whole lot better than the one with the horse, and quite frankly, if I had chosen to read the book, because of the cover I wouldn t have picked it up in the latter case Yet, quite obviously, I was fascinated by the premise and requested it when I had the chance to through the Early Reviewers program I love the genre of science fiction and was not disappointed I soon found myself immersed in a wonderfully drawn world with superbl [...]

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    5. This was my first book which I won for review from LibraryThing It was an e book so it was difficult for me to read it in a stretch but somehow I managed and completed reading the book Now it is the time to review I liked the book rather quite enjoyed reading it Deborah Joss has done a wonderful job in describing the characters but there was something missing in the characters though I don t know what it was But the characters could have been forceful.The twists in the book will keep your inter [...]

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    6. This was my first book which I won for review from LibraryThing It was an e book so it was difficult for me to read it in a stretch but somehow I managed and I completed reading the book Now it is the time to review I liked the book rather quite enjoyed reading it Deborah Joss has done a wonderful job in describing the characters but there was something missing in the characters though I don t know what it was But the characters could have been forceful return return The twists in the book will [...]

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    7. I always hesitate to review my favorite books thinking my review wouldn t do justice with the book This book turned out to be my favorite from page 1 I received the e copy of this book through LibraryThing Giveaway This book took me pretty long time to read, partly because of the fact that I didn t want it finish The author produced a very vivid descriptions of landscapes and the fictitious Laureal City The book is half narrated by Kardith, and half in the third person I personally enjoy the boo [...]

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    8. Of the two covers, I liked the cover without the horse the most as I found the horse cover a bit misleading However I did enjoy the book although I found it a bit too wordy by places, yet there were enough twists and turns in an entertaining fantasy world to keep me interested I will not go over what the book is about as every review does that and I won t give the story away I just want future readers to know that the characters are wonderfully woven together in a creative and interesting story [...]

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    9. Kardith is everything you could want in a strong heroine confident and determined, but with a past that gives her depth Terricel has a softer strength that even he is unaware of at the beginning of the book Very unlikely companions that join together on a journey that is important to each of them personally and to the survival of all they hold dear Northlight is an expertly crafted tale with many layers that is sure to entertain.

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