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Hours of Play:. Tell Us Where You Are:. Preview Your Review. Thank you. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 4 out of 5 by Amelie from Surprising This was a slow start but once you get into it, it's pretty interesting! It reminds me a lot of Six of Crows, but in Paris with historical aspects. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by shesgoingbookcrazy from DNF after reading pages I received a copy of this book via BookishFirst in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! Well, I'm pretty disappointed that this turned out to be a DNF for me.
I've been looking forward to this book for a while since when I discovered the author was working on it. Unfortunately, while I thought the concept very interesting, there was a lot of forefront content that I just didn't want to read about. More important even than that point, comes my issue with the lack of setting. While atmosphere is certainly present, I had a very difficult time understanding where I actually was. This is a historical fiction set in France. While there were many, many finer details given, I could not grasp where I was supposed to be in this late 's locale.
This era fascinates me, in almost any setting in the world, so I was very disappointed when I couldn't get a clear picture of where I was, where the characters were, and how the settings intermingled. I felt that there was a lot of filigree without a good base coat. The last main issue I had with this book was how the characters were portrayed. Naturally, we want to fall in love with characters in a book we decide to explore.
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But, I couldn't help to feel as though these characters, and my "love" for them, was being forced down my throat. There were a few times that I chuckled at their interactions, as there where characteristics I liked about each from this group and how they complimented one another. Each line of dialogue was formed in a way that felt like it was trying too hard, though.
I'm sure many people will love these characters. For my tastes, it did not suite. I've loved everything else that I've read by this author, so it was disappointing that I didn't enjoy it more. No matter what, there are some wonderful aspects about this book, but overall, it wasn't for me. Since this is a DNF read, I will not be assigning a star-review. However, the overall pacing felt slow, and by the end all the high-action points had muddled together in my mind to the point where I had forgotten about some of them.
It was also difficult to keep track of what was happening overall during complicated action sequences. The "gang of misfits" cast will inevitably draw comparisons to Six of Crows, especially since there is a heist element to The Gilded Wolves.
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The Forging magic was initially intriguing, with details about how users had to understand the physical composition of the item they're trying to influence like Tristan having an affinity for the water within plants. However, it quickly devolved into a catch-all for imbuing any and every item with magical properties.
The twist ending literally, last sentence failed to excite me, though there are some interesting setups for book 2, including a faux romance and the chance to move the story out of France. My opinions are honest and my own. Speaking of not making good choices, prepare to meet the main cast who are all just trying their best. And their best barely keeps them alive throughout most of this.
Still, I love them all so much. I just want to give them all a hug and protect them forever.
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The second review, by A. Porsild , was equally hostile, questioning the existence of the Ihalmiut. Duncan Pryde , a Hudsons Bay Company trader who pioneered the linguistic study of Inuit languages , attacked Mowat's claim to have picked up the language quickly enough in two months to discuss detailed concepts such as shamanism , pointing out that the language is complex and required a year or more for Europeans to master the basics.
Pryde said that when Mowat visited his post at Baker Lake in , he could barely speak a single word in the Inuit language. Canadian Geographic published excerpts from The Farfarers with the comment that it was "a highly speculative blend of history and archeology. In it, Mowat again draws upon Norse sagas, the chronicles of Irish monks, accounts of Roman travellers, as well as the works of modern historians and archeologists.
It is both detailed and, as with all early history, sketchy. The written record for much of the period covered is scant and the archeological record spotty. Still, such speculative writing can suggest avenues of exploration and study for future researchers. Johnston and Mowat were long-time friends. Mowat was a strong supporter of the Green Party of Canada and a close friend of the party's leader Elizabeth May.
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The Green Party sent a direct mail fundraising appeal in Mowat's name in June , and that same year Mowat became a patron of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust by donating over acres 0. Mowat and his second wife Claire spent their later years together in Port Hope, Ontario and their summers on a farm on Cape Breton Island. Mowat died on May 6, , less than one week before his 93rd birthday.
Mark's Anglican Church cemetery in Port Hope. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Farley Mowat OC. Mowat, Farley. The Canadian Encyclopedia. Writers Trust of Canada writerstrust. Retrieved With linked guidelines and list of winners. Archived from the original on January 11, Retrieved March 24, The Globe and Mail. Retrieved May 9, Toronto Star. Retrieved May 7, Publishers Weekly. January 4, Raymond ed.
Alexander November 1, May 7, Global News. Retrieved May 8, CBC Books. Canadian Field-Naturalist.
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