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For generations people have believed that the Wolf watches over them and will destroy their village if they forget their place, if they forget that no one is better than anyone else, if they forget that desire and dreams are selfish and dangerous.
Senla cannot help but wish for a little beauty, a little color in her life. But the day she steps too far over the line, the Wolf attacks her village and destroys everything she thought she knew.
Hello readers! I have been silent for the above reason! I have spent the last month or two re-reading the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris and learning how to crochet. I’ve made 2 scarves and 3 mittens (all for my kids). I still need to make at least one more mitten, and then I may try my hand at some warm winter socks.
I have also read a ton of books to my 3 littles, but that can be saved for another post (assuming I make time to write more, hahaha).
Now on to the review:
This is book 1 in a story that spans across the galaxies and follows a young mage who starts the story as a slave but is soon told it is his destiny to become the strongest war mage, and the only one who would be capable of destroying the evil that has run amok for the last few centuries.
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I listened to the audiobook for this. I enjoyed the story, the atmosphere, and the romance.Continue reading
I started listening to this audiobook in April . The audiobook is 18 hours and 14 minutes long. It is LONG but it is also my FAVORITE Dark Tower book thus far. The characters started to come alive and the progression to the plot was interesting.Continue reading