Marigona Sherifi Sherifi itibaren Siswala, Haryana 125001, Hindistan
4.5 Stars This is a delightful dark journey that is filled to the brim with historical fiction and old Norse mythology. It is a fast page turner that is filled with action and suspense. The book quickly moves the story from it's base that starts with the King to that of the story of the Prince brothers. The magic system fascinated me and really elevated the dark feel to this book. Magic can only be achieved by one that enters the realm of death, either from dying, from madness, or from both. The magic was raw and dirty, and left the reader feeling a bit unclean...Great Stuff!! The Norse mythology really worked and gave this book a really wonderful historical feel. The two brothers were both likable even after a major plot twist changes the direction of this book and the series. Lachlan's writing is fresh and sufficient. "He waved the sword again, its blade bright in the light of the moon and the fire. The torches caught the jewels on the wolf’s eyes, turned the rings on the king’s arms to burning snakes, made the scabbard of his sword dance like fire itself. His cloak seemed alive with sparks and even his mouth, the teeth inlaid with tiny red sapphires, seemed to burn. Only the space where his eyes should have been seemed dead, dead and pitiless." "Others saw a different meaning in the rune, one that it would bear down the centuries until one day someone gave it a name. Wolfsangel. " What a breath of fresh air as M D Lachlan writes this book to be a completely unique take on the werewolf story, and make me really want to read more... Sorry Bella no love for you here... A great fantasy debut that will be loved by readers of dark fantasy.