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I've been so busy these days it's hard to take the time to read a book, much less give a worthwhile review; even more so when others do such fine rundowns, like this one by Robert Duperre : "Reading Night of Wolves is a fantastic experience.
The story is chock-ful I've been so busy these days it's hard to take the time to read a book, much less give a worthwhile review; even more so when others do such fine rundowns, like this one by Robert Duperre : "Reading Night of Wolves is a fantastic experience.
David knows what he's doing. These here are quality goods. Fantasy fans and gamers, if you haven't tried an ebook or two by Dalglish, stop futzing around and get one already.
This first book of his Paladins series is a good start or his Shadowdance series. Highly recommended! Four stars.
Sep 02, Paul Nelson rated it really liked it Shelves: books-read. This is free on Amazon at the moment so no investment required to enter into the world of Dezrel and its well worth the trip.
Although I would recommend the Half-orc series and Shadowdance trilogy as more significant starting points. The wolf-men of the wedge are amassing under a new and powerful leader, Redclaw strives to unite the clans and lead them across the river into the world of men.
One thing stands in their way, the small farming village of Durham but this village contains two formidabl This is free on Amazon at the moment so no investment required to enter into the world of Dezrel and its well worth the trip.
One thing stands in their way, the small farming village of Durham but this village contains two formidable foes in Jericho a paladin of Ashur and Darius a paladin of Karack.
Jericho and Darius preach their wildly opposing religions, despite the differences in their faith they become friends. This in itself is a startling revelation as in other books the paladins of the gods are fierce adversaries.
Both the paladins have personnel dilemmas to overcome. Jericho while at the village discovers the followers of Karack have destroyed the citadel, killing all within, leaving Jericho with no where to go and possibly the last of his kind alive.
Darius is ordered to kill his friend , something he cannot do, they must remain united to meet the incoming invasion. The friendship of the paladins is one of the stand out features of the book along with the intense action sequences of which the author is a master at describing.
Night of wolves is shorter than Dalglishs other books and the main POV characters not as strong as his other work but its still a highly enjoyable read.
I will certainly continue with the series to see what befalls our two protagonists. My library is doing "Blind Date with a Book".
Basically they wrap a book in red or pink paper with a heart tag with the genre on it. On the back of the tag is the numbers so they can check it out and then you unwrap it when you get home.
There's a form inside to fill out after reading, then after Valentine's Day there will be a drawing for a prize from all the completed forms. I'm telling you this because not only do I love this idea but that's how I got this book.
It was labeled SciFi or else I wouldn't have picked it up. While not a big fan of fantasy I really enjoyed this book.
I was a little annoyed at the lack of descriptions. I'm still trying to figure out what an Orc is or looks like. Or what are these powers paladins seem to have.
Jericho and Darius are great characters. I loved their friendship even though they're supposed to be enemies. They have no problem with teasing each other.
They're paladins and from what I can figure that's like missionaries. They both happen to end up in a small village where against all odds they become friends.
When werewolf creatures from across the river start attacking they work together to protect the villagers. Even so this is against their rules. As pointed out when a priest comes to visit Darius.
I really liked this book and loved the humor they was able to have through out everything. So while this isn't my typical read I picked up the sequel when dropping this off.
I'd have to say the Blind Date with a Book was a success in my case and maybe you should suggest it to your local library.
View 2 comments. Jul 16, Ryan Mueller rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy. This was a solid read, which is what I've come to expect from Dalglish.
I've never been blown away by anything of his I've read, but I've always enjoyed the stories. I see a lot of potential for the series to improve as it goes on.
This book at pages felt like just a small taste of what's to come. Nov 17, Jason rated it really liked it Shelves: read , e-books.
I became a fan of David Dalglish by reading and then loving his Shadowdance series. I decided to go back to some of his early works and start with this one.
I have to confess that I have always act loved the Paladin as a hero. This book gives us not one but two Paladins, one of the lig 4 Stars Night of the Wolves is a fun, safe, and standard form of the fantasy genre.
This book gives us not one but two Paladins, one of the light Jerico , and one Darius sort of the dark Ashhur and Karak respectively.
They are sworn enemies that have come to find home in the same town and they formed an abomination of a friendship bond. The story bounces back and forth between the two men and they are both very likable for different reasons.
The story and plot are simple yet done well. The differences in the views between the men make this book work. I loved the easy transitions between the men and the Wolves made for a fun read.
This is a safe read that is appropriate for the young adult crowd without ever feeling watered down. The book has an awesome ending which contained two major plot twists that set up the next books.
I can't wait to read more of this series and more from the great author Dalglish. Sep 01, J. Pierce rated it it was amazing. This book could have been called The Night of Crickets and involved a swarm of pint sized bugs, but it still would have been a five star for me.
The reason: the relationship between Darius and Jerico was the thing that carried the entire story. Don't get me wrong, there were some really cool wolf moments, and I liked how Redclaw was developed, but it was just inconsequential to me in comparison to the two paladins.
I've read some of David's contemporary shorts before, but this was my first in the This book could have been called The Night of Crickets and involved a swarm of pint sized bugs, but it still would have been a five star for me.
I've read some of David's contemporary shorts before, but this was my first in the true "Dalglishian" style. Loved it. If I had one thing to be a critic on, it's some of the foul language.
It's not that I'm opposed to foul language, it just seems strange to me to use it in this setting and time period.
I know it's another world, but it just seems like a "bitch" would be a "hag", or "shit" would be "blast" or something like that.
I will definitely continue with the series. Apr 19, Daniel Beazley rated it really liked it. This is a good little story.
It runs an interesting tale about the faiths of two paladins that follow different gods. There is plenty of action as well, as creatures from the Vile Wedge attempt to cross over the river into human lands to wreak havoc.
This book lays some strong foundations for what I hope will be a great series. I really enjoyed the turmoil within as the paladins struggled between faith and a flourishing friendship that has been forbidden by their orders.
Will their loyalties prev This is a good little story. Will their loyalties prevail when the odds are stacked against them or will they succumb to the strict law of religion?
Have a read and find out! Jun 26, Michael Sorbello rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy. A simplistic yet fun sword-and-sorcery adventure.
A bunch of cool guys with swords have multiple epic battles against ferocious wolfmen. That's pretty much all that happens. Howard would feel right at home here.
My only complaints are that the worldbuilding was weak and there were too many characters with similar personalities which often made it difficult to distinguish them from one another.
Sep 13, Jerry Hanel rated it it was amazing. A well-written story with a ton of action. The blood content should make any fantasy warrior thrilled with delight, but not for the squeamish.
I really loved David's attention to the little details, and the world he has created. Very good book. Sep 08, David rated it liked it. This was a fun quick read.
I didn't know what to expect going in and was pleasantly surprised by the quality. I may have to continue on with the series. Oct 26, Mark M J Green rated it really liked it.
Having picked this up quite a while back simply because it was free on Kindle, I finally decided to sit down and give it go.
Admittedly I had fairly low expectations from the slightly mixed nature of the reviews but it turns out that this was a damn good read.
The story tells of a village within which reside two paladins, Jerico and Darius, both of whom worship different Gods and should be opposed to one another, yet they have formed a close friendship, with either one willing to lay down their l Having picked this up quite a while back simply because it was free on Kindle, I finally decided to sit down and give it go.
The story tells of a village within which reside two paladins, Jerico and Darius, both of whom worship different Gods and should be opposed to one another, yet they have formed a close friendship, with either one willing to lay down their life for the other.
Unfortunately for the village's inhabitants, in a nearby stretch of land known as the Wedge the wolf-men are gathering together under a mighty leader named Redclaw in the hopes of taking the land from the humans.
And by 'gathering' I don't mean that there's half a dozen or so. There's hundreds of the hairy beasties just waiting for the opportunity to tear someone everyone apart and eat them.
Added to this is the possibility of a war brewing between the two factions that he paladin's follow which threatens not only the paladin's friendship, but also their lives.
As I've already stated, I thought that his book was a damn good read. Everything was understandable and easy to follow without getting bogged down in over-elaborate fantasy terminologies and politics as can so easily be done.
For me there's nothing worse than diving into a new fantasy novel and reading about how the race of Th'rakuun soldiers for the Tel'av'iri empire are at odds with the race of Dochaar from the Fneeria Badlands, because I have know idea what all that nonsense means.
Also sorry if anyone has used those names in any of their stories, I'm not directing it at you, I just typed out the first things that popped into my brain.
Night of Wolves is kept instantly accessible due in a way, to it's simplicity; there's Paladin's, wolf-men and people living in a village. I know what all those things are and I can just crack on with reading the story.
The whole thing rips along at a fairly rapid pace and I found myself reading it at every opportunity. Unfortunately, although I did enjoy the familiarity that made the whole thing an easy read, I would have liked a little more characterisation for some of the background characters; just to give them a little more depth and to make an impact when someone gets torn apart by rampant wolf-man.
The same with the wolf-men as well. Although the story does invest a bit of time on them, I would have liked to know a little bit more.
It did seem a little out of place when suddenly an aged wolf shaman was introduced purely for one scene and then never mentioned again.
If they had been introduced earlier it would have helped explain a bit about the wolf hierarchy and wouldn't have been such an out-of-place moment for this seemingly random character to appear.
Those are just very minor gripes however; none of them detrimental to the story and I really enjoyed reading Night of Wolves, in fact I enjoyed it so much that I am going to have to purchase the other titles in the Paladins series just to find out what happens next.
If you want a fast paced fantasy story that isn't bogged down in over elaborate exposition then this is definitely worth taking a look at.
Jun 10, Tarl rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy. This book had two five star ratings on Smashwords, and was also Free.
I saw that it was the beginning of a series now up to five books I believe and I thought I'd give it a shot. I've never been a true fan of paladins, but one of the reviewers said that Dalglish did a good job writing them.
Plus, I needed a fantasy book to read, and this seemed interesting enough. I mean, it had wolf people, so that's always a bonus. First off, the reviewer was right.
Dalglish does a fantastic job writing palad This book had two five star ratings on Smashwords, and was also Free.
Dalglish does a fantastic job writing paladins. They will also be familiar with how annoying they could be, and how boring they were to play.
However, Dalglish has done an amazing job making his paladins something more than just holy knights. However, as well as Dalglish writes the paladins, he does a lesser job on Redclaw I found.
Though the Wolf King was a good antagonist, when I reached a point about half way through the book where suddenly Redclaw is plagued with fears, I was surprised.
Here was a character that for the first part of the book was portrayed as a fearless leader full of conviction and courage, only to suddenly find out he was riddled with fear.
Unfortunately, all it did was make him less interesting. Had his character had this trickle of fear throughout the novel, his character would have been wonderfully flawed and easier to relate to.
Another element that caught me off guard was the suddenness of events involving Jerico's order. They seem to suddenly occur and everyone seems fairly quick to assume what they do about Jerico and his people.
I found it weird that everyone suddenly seems to know what they do, and even Jerico himself seems partial to believing it himself.
True or not, having so many people present the same idea as fact with no one really fighting against it just feels unnatural rather than the normal flow of things.
Dalglish does a great job with the combat scenes in this book. They flow easily, each moment moving seamlessly to the next.
They are easy to picture in one's head and don't get bogged down with endless details. Each was filled with the right amount of excitement, bloodshed and the unknown that keeps the reader turning the pages.
The spacing between scenes was also handled well and kept the general flow of the novel smooth. I have already purchased the second book 'Clash of Faiths' and put the third and forth in my 'to buy' list once I am done the second tale.
If you love fantasy, this book is for you. You can't beat the price and if you don't like it, you lost time and nothing more , and if you like paladins, then that's more of a bonus.
I have already recommended this book to my friends that are into fantasy, and I suggest you pick it up as well.
Apr 24, Mia Darien rated it liked it. This one is a little tough for me. I liked the concept. I haven't seen enough paladins in my epic fantasy reading.
I liked the "competing" faiths ideas, and the beacon of faith details. The wolf-men were interesting. I would have liked more on the history of it all, about how they ended up in the Wedge and so on.
I got the idea, but would have liked more. And more on the gods. Generally speaking, I was enjoying the story pretty well.
The writing is smooth and flowed well. I was into the concepts, This one is a little tough for me. I was into the concepts, and I liked Jerico and Darius.
The build up was good. Then something went awry. I felt like he was setting up a scene, that a critical event at the end of the story would go a certain way, and I liked where I thought it was going.
I liked the idea. It didn't happen that way and I didn't really like how it did happen. I can't say too much without giving it away.
I realize it's the author's choice to do as he likes, and he was clearly setting up the second book So, I'm actually rather disappointed, because I wanted to end up liking it better but the ending has just left me with a bit of a bitter taste that makes it hard to say I really liked the story over all.
I don't know if I'll read the second book or not. I'd like to see what happens, but I was so disappointed in this one, I fear getting disappointed again.
Thus, even though it all went well up until then, I'm forced to give this a 3 since I just can't get past my disappointment. Jan 29, James Sundquist rated it it was ok Shelves: ebooks.
As the book was free, and the author a best-seller in the independent category, I thought I'd give this a try.
To be fair, I was fairly certain I wouldn't like it going in, but I was hoping for some surprises. It's unpretentious, generic fantasy with plenty of action and it's written well enough, so it's ok if you don't ask any questions and want a quick read, but there's much better out there even in the same category.
Some books suffer from too much world-building, but this suffers a bit from too little--or, at least, the world is too banal to transport you. It's unclear how this rustic settlement fits into the larger world, except that it is across a poorly-defended river from hordes of generic fantasy monsters, and gets its food delivered by boat?
It is basically a fronteir tale, with wolf-men substituted for Indians attacking the town, and the paladins for the gunslingers protecting the settlers.
Actually horses are conspicuously absent. Oh, and he keeps saying 'platemail'. Pet peeve. May 05, Jon rated it liked it Shelves: ebook , fantasy.
A gripping, fast-paced adventure about one of my favorite fantasy elements: Paladins. I've previously read The Weight of Blood in the author's Half-Orc series, so I came into this story expecting to enjoy it.
I certainly did. There's nothing overly complicated or tedious to be found. It's just a quick, fun, and sometimes graphic romp in the realm of Dezrel.
The plot occasionally felt juvenile with the sheer amount of violence over other developments, certain combat mechanics were flawed tons of A gripping, fast-paced adventure about one of my favorite fantasy elements: Paladins.Die "Night Wolves Russia" sind ein in Russland berüchtigter Rockerclub. Ihr Boss: Aleksander Saltostanow (links). Rechts im Bild: Präsident Wladimir Putin. Am frühen Freitagabend starteten die Night Wolves gegen die Anterer aus Hechendorf in das gut besetzte Hobby Turnier. Von Anfang an waren sie nervös und. Finden Sie perfekte Stock-Fotos zum Thema Night Wolves sowie redaktionelle Newsbilder von Getty Images. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten zum.