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Malarat A demon conjured from ancient lore A priest who hides a shameful secret A madman who is also a god The mediaeval Duc de Malarat wants to reunite the divided Kingdom of Lefranu and rule through a puppe

  • Title: Malarat
  • Author: Jessica Rydill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A demon conjured from ancient lore A priest who hides a shameful secret A madman who is also a god The mediaeval Duc de Malarat wants to reunite the divided Kingdom of Lefranu and rule through a puppet king But first he must subdue the free cities of the South, with their steam engines and magic When they send an alliance of shamans against him, they learn that he hasA demon conjured from ancient lore A priest who hides a shameful secret A madman who is also a god The mediaeval Duc de Malarat wants to reunite the divided Kingdom of Lefranu and rule through a puppet king But first he must subdue the free cities of the South, with their steam engines and magic When they send an alliance of shamans against him, they learn that he has a secret weapon the Spider wielded by a band of fanatical warrior monks Pure iron can cripple and kill any shaman soon the powerful Yuda Vasilyevich, Huldis Sorel, his wise and beautiful apprentice, his fiery daughter Annat and their allies find themselves facing the worst danger they have ever known Everything they love, their lives and their world are at stake not everyone will survive the struggle that follows, and the dead will decide its outcome.

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    1. This is an exceptional example of the fantasy genre.The setting for the main world is a pure fantasy with enough of a connection to our own world to help the reader establish character and setting. And while the setting on first glance seems to be the generally over-used European setting this is far from the case as the author believably merges the medieval and the age of steam with everything two different societies imply.While reading this book, I was put in mind of some of the works of the Br [...]

    2. This was far and away my favorite book in the series. The characters and plot became more complex and engrossing. The shaman world travel was extremely interesting to me, as well as the goddess worship and different aspects of the goddess. The intercept between the past and future characters was fascinating and an interesting plot twist. I loved the shaman horse and how she was used and woven throughout the story. I wanted very much to find out how it ended, but was sad to see it over. I am hopi [...]

    3. Malarat is something of a cross-genre beast in that I believe it has elements both of fantasy and alternate history.The idea is that it is set in a parallel world where history is slightly divergent. But it's also a world where magic is part of everyday life.In Lefranu, which is similar to 19th century France, they have levels of technology that include steam trains, dirigibles and other steam-powered forms of transport. But this is confined to the south of the country.The planet has only recent [...]

    4. Malarat by Jessica RydillMalarat by Jessica Rydill is a distant, yet entertaining quality about the work. It holds readers just at arm’s length, as the tons of old society held those viewed as “beneath” just on the outside, so that the general masses could watch the upper-crust revelry, but know he or she was not welcome to join in the fun. The language tends to be overdone at times, which can put some readers off, but such stoic stance can be expected out of the work’s chosen format.The [...]

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