Shadowfell The people of Alban are afraid The tyrannical king and his masked Enforcers are scouring the land burning villages and enslaving the canny Fifteen year old Neryn has fled her home in the wake of its

  • Title: Shadowfell
  • Author: Juliet Marillier
  • ISBN: 9781742611341
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • The people of Alban are afraid.The tyrannical king and his masked Enforcers are scouring the land, burning villages and enslaving the canny.Fifteen year old Neryn has fled her home in the wake of its destruction, and is alone and penniless, hiding her extraordinary magical power She can rely on no one not even the elusive Good Folk who challenge and bewilder her with thThe people of Alban are afraid.The tyrannical king and his masked Enforcers are scouring the land, burning villages and enslaving the canny.Fifteen year old Neryn has fled her home in the wake of its destruction, and is alone and penniless, hiding her extraordinary magical power She can rely on no one not even the elusive Good Folk who challenge and bewilder her with their words.When an enigmatic stranger saves her life, Neryn and the young man called Flint begin an uneasy journey together She wants to trust Flint but how can she tell who is true in this land of evil For Neryn has heard whisper of a mysterious place far away a place where rebels are amassing to free the land and end the King s reign.A place called Shadowfell.A story of courage, hope, danger and love from one of the most compelling fantasy storytellers.

    Shadowfell Othya Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia The Shadowfell, sometimes simply called Shadow, is a parallel plane from which necrotic energies and shadow magic stem It exists as sort of a counterpart to Feywild in the sense that it is a reflection or echo of the Prime Material Plane except that it is a bleak, desolate place full of decay and death. Deities Realm of Shadowfell Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Story Edit Gods, well defined and known to the people of Shadowfell as an existing entity There are kinds of Gods, the old and the new, it is to be noted that it is unknown how the old Gods found their power.Long ago, the old Gods were the only existing Gods, the old Gods consisted of only men. Shadowfell Critical Role Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia The Shadowfell is one of the planes of existence in the Critical Role universe It was the home of Thar Amphala until that city was teleported by Vecna to the Material Plane In Thar Amphala x , Vox Machina chased a resurrected Delilah Briarwood into the Shadowfell, following their Shadowfell Godra Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Shadowfell is an infamous city in the center of West Godra.When you want to go in here, you will be handed a Green Card, that is used to regulate passage in and out of the city. Shadowfell Madness of the hells Wiki FANDOM powered by The Shadowfell, sometimes simply called Shadow, was a parallel plane from which necrotic energies and shadow magic stemmed It existed as sort of a counterpart to the Feywild in the sense that it was a reflection or echo of the Prime Material Plane except that it was a bleak, desolate place The Raven Queen Euphera Wikia FANDOM powered by Wikia The Raven Queen is the Goddess of Death She is Unaligned Her birth name is long forgotten, but she is called the Raven Queen She is the spinner of fate and the patron of winter. HM TM Location , West Godra Godra Wiki FANDOM List for West Godra HM TM Location , East Godra This is a list of all the locations of TMs and HMs when you start your journey in West Godra The NPCs who hand you the story relevant items often appear only after you completed certain task eg beat the local gym. Thar Amphala city Critical Role Wiki FANDOM powered Thar Amphala is a city in the Shadowfell It serves as Vecna s base of operations Following the completion of the ritual atop Entropis, Thar Amphala was transported to the Prime Material Plane, some distance northwest of Vasselheim. Dungeons Dragons Online YouTube Fight for power and glory in Dungeons and Dragons Online, the intense action MMO that s completely Free to Play Build your hero from classic DD races and Books Juliet Marillier BARD WARRIOR REBEL Eighteen year old Liobhan is a powerful singer and an expert whistle player Her brother has a voice to melt the hardest heart, and is a rare talent on the harp.

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    1. There is some­thing inef­fa­bly mag­i­cal about Marillier’s nov­els. There are pre­cious few authors, in my opin­ion, who cre­ate as earnest a fan­tasy envi­ron­ment replete with mys­ti­cism and magic as Mar­il­lier does.I feel a lit­tle embar­rassed and ashamed. I was des­per­ate for this book. After lov­ing Wild­wood Danc­ing and Heart’s Blood with a fiery pas­sion, I was sure I’d adore this one too.The first thing that you should know about Shad­owfell is that i [...]

    2. 3.5 stars. If I had to choose a word to describe it I'd say that this book is quiet. Look, quiet is not necessarily a bad thing - it brings a different atmosphere along its path, almost soothing and completely enchanting.① There is a lot of walking in this book, and when I say a lot, picture Frodo and Sam wandering in the Middle-Earth. That kind of walking. ② The plot is incredibly repetitive, the whole book revolving around the fact that a) Neryn has to go to Shadowfell, b) she doesn't tru [...]

    3. I definitely see how this story was too slow for a lot of people, but I thought it was all rather peaceful because I loved the setting so much! I was mostly looking for another book with Celtic roots and/or fae elements.The basic plot is that Neryn's drunk father gambles her away to a stranger at the start of the story. She's secretly a Caller and is able to talk to/attract the Good Folk, which is a rare talent the king could use in his evil plans. The first half of the book is mostly Neryn walk [...]

    4. Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsThis book . . . was underwhelming.For the first 100 pages, I was bored out of my eyeballs. It took me THREE DAYS to read this book. B/c BORED. Three days to finish a 400 page YA fantasy. On the bright side, I was very productive blog-wise . . . b/c I couldn't make myself read . . .I know I'm beating a dead horse here, but I typically LOVE Juliet Marillier. One of my favorite books of all time is a book by Marillier (Wildwood Dancing), and I've very  much enjoyed several [...]

    5. I offhandedly bought this series from Book Outlet one day and it's just been sitting on my shelves. I've felt sort of reading slumpy after A Court of Mist and Fury, so I figured a new series would be just what I needed. Never in my wildest dreams did I expect the start of this series to blow me away like it did. “It seemed to me it would be better to die standing up to a tyrant than to survive as a tool of his will.”Shadowfell was everything I could ever want in fae story. It was so magical [...]

    6. Before reading the book (I can't delete the little fellow, he got me a few likes)September 11!! After reading the bookI should probably start this review by saying I’m a HUGE Juliet Marillier fan (for those who don’t know this yet) -- she’s my favorite author, fantasy is my genre of choice, and every time I’m in possession of a new JM book it’s like Christmas, and it’s snowing outside while I’m inside the house by the fire, looking out the window, with a cup of cinnamon flavored ho [...]

    7. FINDING A CURE FOR MY OBSESSIONAKA MY WRITING THERAPY FOR SHADOWFELLThis is not a review, more like the ramblings of an addict.When it comes to Juliet Marillier's stories, I love EVERYTHING. I really do.I love everything from the captivating world-building to the gorgeous, enthralling writing style, and the likeable heroines who, like Neryn, all have a clever, enlightened and strong-willed nature. I love the tales of these young girls embarking on a learning journey that brings all kinds of tria [...]

    8. Rating: 3.5 StarsShadowfellis, I am ashamed to admit, myfirstJuliet Marillier novel. While I doubt it is her best, I can already see why she has such a huge fan following. Not only is her writing simply beautiful, but her world-building also manages to be exceedingly unique as her story grabs you in, even from the start. Furthermore, each and every one of Marillier’s characters is wonderfully developed, containing an immense amount of depth. WhileShadowfell’s main fault seems to lie with its [...]

    9. August 2014 re-read: Still just as good. Maybe even better than I'd remembered. I think most will feel the start is slow, but I find this an eminently easy read that's comfortable and enveloping to step into. The prose doesn't seem overt or in-your-face, but it's so perfect at being what it needs to be that you just flow over the words and are swept along.September 2013 re-read thoughts: I love this even more on a re-read. Solid 4.5 stars. Strong characters, fascinating world, and beautifully de [...]

    10. I love, love, loved it!This was sooooooo absorbing! And, funnily enough, compared to other similar books of this genre, the book wasn't even particularly action-packed or fast-moving, so it wasn't that that had me flipping the pages. It was more that I was simply enchanted by it. By the world, the story and the writing. This is my first book by Marillier, but will definitely not be my last! Her writing style is immediately engaging, no doubt in part due to being in first person, which is quite u [...]

    11. See more reviews at YA Midnight ReadsMini Review:“I thought of betrayal and how it came so easily - in a word, a glance, a gesture.”Shadowfell is my first book by Juliet Marillier. Before the publisher contacted me about the third book of this series, and I admit, I had no clue who this author was.  But now, I can definitely see where all the love for Juliet Marillier is coming from.It's the writing. Juliet Marillier writes beautifully and I devoured every word of it; this was probably the [...]

    12. 3.5 stars - Hmmm now, to round up or down.I thought this book was going to be about fairies - which I like but am not a huge fan of - but it wasn't about fairies at all. Yes, the Good Folk are magical creatures of the wilderness, but the book was more of your fantasy types - a kingdom with a "bad" king, rebels journeying through the land and a girl with magical powers when fully developed can save them all.Once I established what the book was about, I found myself liking it quite a bit - though [...]

    13. Oh dear. This one was just delicious. Full review to come when I can wrangle my brain into producing something other than delighted squees. Also, please write faster Ms. Marillier. NEED MORE NERYN & FLINT NOW!***UPDATED 8/24/12Dealing the worst kind abandonment a girl could ever have to face, Neryn has become a wanderer. Unable to return to her home village for years now -- a place filled with so many memories of death and pain she'd hardly be able to return even if it was safe -- or to sett [...]

    14. Juliet Marillier, you haven’t disappointed me yet!I was already a fan of her writing before I picked this book up. I know it’s shameful but my introduction into her writing didn’t begin with the Sevenwaters series but her Wildwood one, which I read and devoured like it was prized chocolate.She writes the most wonderful fantasy stories that are subtle and have female characters that are all portrayed with depth, spirit, and personality. These are not your lifeless women pulled along by the [...]

    15. I write this review from the point of view of a Juliet Marillier fan who, shamefully, has only read a handful of her books (so far!). SHADOWFELL, the first book in her new YA fantasy series, may not be as canonical as some of her other works, but it is still a solidly good fantasy read that will please fantasy and non-fantasy readers alikeADOWFELL’s strengths lie, strangely enough, in its great use of common fantasy tropes. Say what? But you hate tropes, Steph! Yeah, well, sometimes you just n [...]

    16. August 30-31, 2014Second time through, and I still loved Neryn. I see where people were put off by the pacing, but it is in the great classic journey motif pattern. It's hard to have your character's journey match what she is figuring out on the inside, but Marillier makes Neryn's internal journey mirror her physical one. Now, off to Raven Flight!June 21-22, 2012What can I say - I love Juliet Marillier! She always brings her A game to any tale that she tells. I loved this book, but she set the b [...]

    17. 3.5 StarsShadowfell was my first foray into Juliet Marillier’s YA books, and I have to admit I was nervous. I knew going in that there was no way it could level up to the breathtaking wonder that is her Sevenwaters series, and I knew it would suffer from comparison as I read Son of the Shadows at the same time. The unfortunate reality is, both these fears were justified, or maybe it was a self-fulfilling prophecy. I enjoyed Shadowfell a great deal, but still couldn’t help but feel a wee bit [...]

    18. I'm too loyal to Juliet Marillier to give her anything less than three starts, but I almost gave this one two. What a disappointing read, especially from one of my favorite authors! It was predictable and unoriginal down to the last supporting character. The whole shadowed and frightened kingdom ruled by a reincarnation of Hitler and the girl on the run from pursuers--I've heard it a million times, I've read it a million times. I've even PLAYED it a million times as an eight-year kid, complete w [...]

    19. I absolutely flew through this unexpected gem of a book. From start to finish I was completely enthralled with this story and just couldn't put it down! This book was filled to the brim with magic and I loved every bit of it. I thought the characters were really great, especially the fey ones. And I just adored Flint and couldn't get enough of him! Really I just loved everything about this book and can't wait to get started on the rest of the series!

    20. I removed one star because sometimes it was repetitive, which was annoying. There were, also, some chapters where all that happened was the recounting of the protagonist's lonely journey with little action or plot development. Lastly, the dialogue was sometime awkward and unnecessarily pompous.Still, it was a wonderful book, heavily inspired by Irish folklore, and I can’t wait to start the second one. I loved the world and the main characters, especially Flint he goes straight in my top 10.The [...]

    21. (review in english below)Uma boa história, bem contada, com a escrita especial de Juliet Marillier.Andei ali um bocado enervada pelo facto de me terem apresentado o Flint para depois mo tirarem durante uma série de capítulos, mas valeu a pena. Sempre gostei do mistério que normalmente envolve os personagens masculinos principais dos livros desta autora.A tradução e a revisão não são nada más, só não percebi a ideia de pôr uma vírgula a seguir a cada "mas"Lá vou eu atacar o segundo [...]

    22. Read This Review & More Like It On My Blog!My first Juliet Marillier novel, and I am already considering myself a fan. Though primarily known and loved as a gifted fantasy writer for adults, this prolific and beloved Australian writer extends herself easily into the growing YA fantasy genre with the first in her new series about the oppressed magical land of Alban. Though rife with well-known and often overdone fantasy tropes - the "chosen one", the slow realization of virtues of the protago [...]

    23. As a long-time fan of Juliet Marillier, I looked forward to reading this book and I wasn't disappointed. In fact, it was the first book in a long time that totally kept my attention to the point of neglecting other things I should have been doing, like sleeping. Neryn, the fifteen-year-old protagonist, is wonderfully drawn and develops well through the story. Flint, the man who saves her when her drunken father gambles her away, remains a mystery until almost the end. Is he really Neryn's friend [...]

    24. 2.5 starsEhhhis book first of all took forever to get going in my opinion. was so slow-paced to me and I just did not enjoy it as much as I thought that I would :/ Well, I actually did not know what to expect, but to me this book was not anything special. Who knows though, it could just be me and you guys might love itBut there were some other things about this book that bothered me that I do not think I will get into right nowI might continue on with the series just to see if I like the second [...]

    25. ***Will Flint make it into my 'Best Book Boyfriends' list? Update to come***omfg I am so lame and immature how am I not single.

    26. "I'm ready," I said. "Ready to be strong. Ready to take risks. Ready to learn."In the land of Alban, a young girl with a rare and valuable talent, or Canny ability as they call it, must fight her way across her dangerous land, to the rebels who lay hidden high in the mountains of Shadowfell. For Neryn is a girl who possesses the ability to bring down the evil king Keldec and finally bring freedom to her people and the Good Folk of Alban. Since she was a child, Neryn has always been able to see a [...]

    27. в жизни бы не подумала, что меня может так сильно увлечь книга, где героиня всё время идет через лес, но прочитала я ее за полтора дня, и начинаю вторую часть. тянет поставить пятерочку, но приберегу - вдруг дальше будет еще лучше

    28. Após uma longa e ansiada espera, finalmente temos mais uma obra de Juliet Marillier disponível para ser devorada. A minha experiência nas histórias da autora baseia-se principalmente nas viagens por Sevenwaters e sucessivas gerações. Fora desse mundo li apenas Sangue-de-Coração e agora Shadowfell. Não sabia bem o que esperar. Quando temos um autor em tão elevada consideração, tememos que nos possa desiludir. Fiquem descansados, a autora não o fez!Em Shadowfell, Juliet Marillier apre [...]

    29. 2,5 starsWellis one was somewhat a disappointmentr me of course. I'm perfectly aware that many Juliet Marillier fans (HEY, I'M of of THEM AS WELL!!) must be throwing daggers in my directionbut i really had to force myself to finish it. And i'm trying to be honest hereWhere to start??Well first of all, i admit that i'm not a big fan of stories that envolve quests. Mainly because of the lack of originality of the plotlook i admit, Frodo's adventures bored me senseless. I don't care who wrote it. I [...]

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