The Seventh Friend (2020)

The Seventh Friend Hero Monster Saviour Butcher Madman Recluse Wolf Narak the deadly and charismatic god of wolves has earned all the names men give him and since the climactic and bloody final battle of the Great Wa
  • Title: The Seventh Friend
  • Author: TimStead
  • ISBN: 9781311260031
  • Page: 462
  • Format: ebook
  • Hero Monster Saviour Butcher Madman Recluse Wolf Narak, the deadly and charismatic god of wolves, has earned all the names men give him, and since the climactic and bloody final battle of the Great War he has shunned the company of mortal men and withdrawn to his forest home There he is troubled by dreams of blood and fire, tormented by memories of his own deeds.ButHero Monster Saviour Butcher Madman Recluse Wolf Narak, the deadly and charismatic god of wolves, has earned all the names men give him, and since the climactic and bloody final battle of the Great War he has shunned the company of mortal men and withdrawn to his forest home There he is troubled by dreams of blood and fire, tormented by memories of his own deeds.But fate has not quite finished with the victor of Afael.He receives an impossible message, and as he follows the trail a suspicion grows to a certainty within him War is coming again, and Narak must leave his beloved wolves and once take up his twin blades Once again he must become the general of the six kingdoms, the terror of his enemies, a hero, a butcher, the bloodstained god.
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    1. I LOVED IT The book impressed and continuing to impress me Perfect for young adult fans The story revolves around the NARAK, the humanised version of wolf god He hates war, ironically he is good at it There are many central characters and most have a beautiful background stories to them It s easier to get attached to any of them Best of them is Arbak and Quinn, these characters are lovable and brilliant Even though it s a relatively large books it finishes very quickly The book has romance, frie [...]

    2. The writing here is beautiful, the imagery and characterization very good The worldbuilding is fascinating, complex, and epic, while the story stays very close to the characters, which is the best of both worlds I love the cultural differences between the five kingdoms and the Seth Yarra I couldn t always keep all the ancillary geography and political structure straight, but Tim Stead did a really good job of subtly re explaining what was necessary as he went, so I never had trouble following th [...]

    3. This was truly an astounding read, and I am very glad I came across it.The whole idea about contemplating the world from the point of view of the godlike creatures and their strengths and flaws is fairly original and very well thought it also plays out quite nicely As far as the narration is concerned, the plot moves forward at a proper pace and it is never too quick nor too dull Action is intense and captivating, and it keeps you on the edge of your seat, while the descriptive paragraphs are in [...]

    4. This is skilfully woven epic fantasy The prose flows smoothly across multiple viewpoints that weave together into a dramatic conclusion There are hints too, of to come, luring the reader into acquisition of the second book in the series The characters feel well developed, starting flawed in most cases and growing throughout the narrative.Overall, for an independently self published work, this is a damned fine read, and should be enjoyed by anyone who likes well written high fantasy The magic is [...]

    5. I have been rendered incoherent and in a fucking state of disbelief This book is a masterpiece, IT IS ART I saw Tim s review on The Fell Sword and thoughtm could he write a book better He didHe really did I could sing his praises all night and it s just the first book.400 years after The Great War that devestated Terras, stirrings of war find the recluse Victor, The god, Wolf Narak againey are killing dogs in Bas Erinor7 simple words on a ragged parchment uncovers a conspiracy far than meets th [...]

    6. I think that this is one of the best books I ve read, since the Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb The characters in the novel I ve found have such a good back story I just wanted to learn about them Looking forward to by this author I,ve heard people liken it to the George R R Martin s Game of thrones series, I say that I m waiting for the t.v series

    7. ExcellentGood read, plenty of action, a little humor A fine story and great first book o any series I probably will get the next one.

    8. I was given an e book copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review When I began the novel I was quickly overwhelmed by all the strange names and places The florid, journalistic writing style also made me feel that this was going to be a difficult read However, once I got through the introduction and reached the story, the novel became much accessible.The characters have depth, each with their own strengths and flaws Throughout the novel they change and grow and make the reader care for t [...]

    9. Wolf Narak is something of a leader amongst the Benetheon 400 years ago, he led a war which pushed back and defeated the Seth Yarra army Now they have returned Narak is once again at the helm of the nations of his world, but there are darker forces at work Narak just need to find the right people to assist him, and he finds them in some surrising places, after some shocking events Now, he leads again, but can he defeat the Seth Yarra a second time WOW a long book, 704 pages, the longest I ve rea [...]

    10. Holy Epic Fantasy This book was such an amazing awesome surprise The beginning takes awhile to get into and so I was really nervous, but this book blew me out of the water It picks up and I couldn t put it down It contained so much world building and complex characters that kept pushing the story forward and not once did I feel like it was too much or boring I feel like I should include a warning that this review might not make sense because I tend to ramble and get all confusing when I absolute [...]

    11. I loved it The plot moved along well, and the character development was superb I truly liked Narak He was a man I could really identify with and understand Being over a thousand years old, his character was already well developed Being the main character, we get to know him pretty soon and pretty quickly There was a small section there in getting to know him that might have been a little telling rather than showing, but it s quick and the rest of the story so enjoyable it s quickly forgotten It [...]

    12. The Seventh Friend is the first in Tim Stead s series of books about the Gods of the Benetheon and the world they live in It s an epic adventure that weaves together several different character arcs and manages to tie them neatly in a bow with a clear ending while still leaving a cliff hanger for the next book It s cleverly done and very well written This is high epic fantasy with magic, swords and epic battles which are well depicted The story never gets bogged down by too much data dumping and [...]

    13. First, I would like to thank the author Tim Stead for giving me this book for an honest review I enjoyed reading this book The story line is very good and unique since the story is from a God s point with showing that a God can be just as infallible as people The world building is very good The characters are well developed and written I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series.Favorite quotes from the book But a trick doesn t seem clever if you reveal it before it s played Kil [...]

    14. I should probably add an Epic Fantasy category but I come across so few that fall into that list these days This one qualifies as it has many of the factors a great war, interesting heroes and anti heroes, unique magic and races with a dash of prose like philosophy.The writing style is formal but that doesn t make it cumbersome The story never drags even when mundane activities are described, mainly because they re not worked to death this is an on going complaint with me about many fantasy writ [...]

    15. I love a good action read This book is set in an amazing paranormal setting I love the idea behind this book The world created is highly intriguing It was a really run read for me I love a good action read and pair that with the paranormal, and I was head over heels falling into this book I really enjoyed the characters They were easy to get into and fun to follow through this story If you like action and you like a paranormal read, you will love this book Jump into the world of this God of Wolv [...]

    16. The Seventh Friend is an entertaining military fantasy novel Better than Tolkien or the later Game of Thrones novels.

    17. This trilogy is absolutely wonderful well written with a memorable cast of characters, it is high fantasy at its very best.

    18. Once again he must become the general of the six kingdoms, the terror of his enemies, a hero, a butcher, the bloodstained god When a book arrives with a blurb like this I couldn t possibly refuse a read The Seventh Friend is your classic epic fantasy tale which encompasses the lives of Gods, mages, and man in a time of war This was quite an aspirational book for a relatively unknown author it was a hefty read at well over five hundred pages long, multiple point of view POV characters with equall [...]

    19. This review reflects my honest views and my opinions are my own I received a free copy of The Seventh Friend for reviewing First of all, I so wanted characterization of the wolf shapeshifter, Narak I liked him and it took until the last quarter of the book to learn a little about him I didn t know how to picture him in my mind I understood that he was some sort of god, but that didn t satisfy my curiosity It wasn t fully explained how he came to be as he was There are descriptions of the surro [...]

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