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Stealing Into Winter (Shadow in the Storm, Book 1)

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  • Title: Stealing Into Winter (Shadow in the Storm, Book 1)
  • Author: Graeme K. Talboys
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  • Page: 371
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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  1. I read this last year, and was captivated by the character of Jeniche The books starts with an explosion and the pace continues Jeniche has an interesting past and I know there s to discover and I am really hoping to read books in the series I know Graeme though OU courses, and I am happy to wholeheartedly recommend this book I ve loved fantasy for a long time and this is an excellent addition to the genre An excellent read.


  2. What a fabulous piece of fantasy I put Stealing into Winter down willingly only when I had finished it and am itching to get my hands on the next one This is out of character for me, I m Robert Jordan damaged and the mere mention of series with fantasy tends to make me nervous But I want book 2 I have a huge number of pet hates about fantasy fiction prophecies, epic fights between good and evil, ultimate evils, role play game rip offs, people who can t write combat, character free writing You ge [...]


  3. I loved this book I read it a few months ago now, but some of the images are still with me the first chapter is very strong and the rest of the book moves at a good pace, never letting up the action or suspense There are still things to be explained in the upcoming sequels the remains of a city in the desert being one that particularly fascinated me The characters come to life easily and before you know it you are with them every step of the way, particularly Jeniche who is an excellent central [...]


  4. I loved this book Talboys has the voice of a consummate storyteller Rich, tactile description puts the reader in the center of the story I could feel the wind and shifting sand and smell the marketplace in Makamba Finely and sensitively drawn as a character, Jeniche drew me to her immediately Non stop action, constant pursuit and betrayal make for a fast and thoroughly enjoyable read.



  5. Somewhere under the disjoint and confusing writing is a good story But it s stymied by an apparent case of too much Show, don t tell That admonishment Show, don t tell is a gold standard in writing advice To some extent, it s good advice Especially if you re the sort of writer who thinks pages of didactic exposition are a good thing Or, if your prose leans toward a dry, passive, d then this happened style.But dear writer folk, allow me to let you in on a secret Readers like being told stuff It s [...]


  6. Nope I m not sure why I purchased it, other than I do like books with strong female leads Jeniche, the main character in this certainly has a lot of strength Sadly, the fact that she is the local thief in a ramshackle town in the middle of the desert didn t really endear me to her Somehow, and I lost the plot as my eyes glazed over the pages, she volunteers to lead a group of monks and nuns across the desert to their home in the mountains accompanied her a big hearted stable hand with learning d [...]


  7. Interesting characters check Interesting story check Annoying habit of ending chapters in the middle of something important, then carrying on the next chapter with everything resolved, often unclearly, and always maddening check.In short, although I was really interested in the story and the wider arc, the authors writing made reading this book vexing and killed off any chance that I would investigate further books in the series.


  8. This debut novel starts off a bit shakily but starts to gain momentum, with interesting characters and setting The middle is a very enjoyable travelogue, but towards the end the momentum is lost There s very little resolution, or even sense of completion in this single volume Still, it is a good read and the characters of Jeniche and Altud are interesting enough that I d like to know about their histories.



  9. Fantastic novel The setting is utterly immersive, and the protagonist is very believable Highly recommended


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