Master Wolf

Master Wolf A Wolf Nomad does not know the meaning of defeat as long as he is still alive We are born for a life of fighting But Mika the brave and handsome Master Wolf has little interest in war or the mystica

  • Title: Master Wolf
  • Author: Rose Estes
  • ISBN: 9780880384575
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A Wolf Nomad does not know the meaning of defeat as long as he is still alive We are born for a life of fighting But Mika, the brave and handsome Master Wolf, has little interest in war or the mystical chants of his ancestors until he is compelled to do battle with the warlike kobolds The terrifying tribe has brought tragedy to the noble Mika and, with the fearful de A Wolf Nomad does not know the meaning of defeat as long as he is still alive We are born for a life of fighting But Mika, the brave and handsome Master Wolf, has little interest in war or the mystical chants of his ancestors until he is compelled to do battle with the warlike kobolds The terrifying tribe has brought tragedy to the noble Mika and, with the fearful demi demon Iuz, is out to destroy him and reduce the Wolf Nomads to savagesMika has no choice but to gather all his strength and summon up his family legacy of magic to save his tribe, his companion Tam Tur and his own soul from the hideous evil that stalks him.

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    1 thought on “Master Wolf”

    1. Disappointed. Although the Gord books were far from perfect they felt more linked to the DnD game and it's Greyhawk setting. Whether the magic, the monsters, or the character classes in it.This novel is set in Greyhawk in the lands of the Wolf Nomads, north of Perrenland. It follows the rather shallow character of Mika, who the author is clearly portraying as selfish and immature. In itself this is fine, if the journey he made both physically and spiritually resulted in some resolution of this. [...]

    2. I'd rather write about Lemon Juice15 January 2013 Well, here is another of those books about some barbarian that does barbarian type things. What does a barbarian do? Well, read Conan the Barbarian and you will find out (and make sure they are the original stories, not the stories that were butchered by DeCamp and Carter). What about the real world, what did barbarians do in the real world? Well, to put it bluntly, nothing all that much different from anybody else. Basically the word barbarian c [...]

    3. tl;dr: Unbearable. Spoilers may follow.So this project ground to a halt several times while I was reading this book, and finally stopped altogether about 6 months ago, only a few dozen pages from the end. I hated this book. The protagonist, Mika-oba, is an unlikeable wretch, with no qualities even of an amusing nature. He does nothing except try to seduce country bumpkin girls, and how he manages to succeed is beyond me. At one point, he rapes a woman while under the influence of evil magic. Thi [...]

    4. Though silly at times, and and not what you would expected for a typically fantasy novel, it was enjoyable, light read. Some of her later books would prove to be much better.

    5. This book has been in my to-read pile for years and years, because my wife found it in a discard pile from the library. I didn't expect much of it, but decided to finally get through some of the books that have been around forever.In truth, I was actually pleasantly surprised. I had expected a nothing-but-mindless-plot story, much like the first Dragonlance novel, but there actually was some real character development here, and the story wasn't burdened down by too many characters. The plot was [...]

    6. This book, and its subsequent sequels are the reason that Game book fantasy is widely considered a joke. The horrific treatment of the game material, the fantasy world and the paper characters was in some ways intentional, but the backlash was unexpected. Thanks to this series of books TSR adopted a set of "Moral Guidelines" that they applied to all of their works, this rarely affected the novels about their worlds, but often severely limited game material options in the days of 2nd ed. and 2.5. [...]

    7. Read this when I was 15 years old, twenty years ago. Didn't realize until I was done that it was the third book in the series. I never did get around to finding the rest of the series or any other books by this author. Not really my kind of fiction, but it was an enjoyable read. I am just so glad I remembered the author's name tonight.

    8. BLECH!Having read the entire Gord The Rogue series, I was hoping for something similar, but was woefully disappointed.Yes, this is set in Greyhawk, but the author's style is awful. And the story is mild and boring and just.blech. Do yourself a favorif you like D&D and want it in novel form, avoid this and either read the Gord the Rogue series, or read the original Dragonlance series.

    9. Wow! I loved this series of books as a kid. Really really fun. Again, I am scared to revisit them just in case reality crashes through my nostalgia like a freight train carrying TNT.

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