The Sharing Knife: Beguilement and Legacy (2020)

The Sharing Knife: Beguilement and Legacy Lois McMaster Bujold The Sharing Knife Beguilement and Legacy None
  • Title: The Sharing Knife: Beguilement and Legacy
  • Author: Lois McMaster Bujold
  • ISBN: 9780739484906
  • Page: 497
  • Format: hardcover
The Sharing Knife: Beguilement and Legacy Lois McMaster Bujold None
The Sharing Knife: Beguilement and Legacy Lois McMaster Bujold

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  1. Stefan Yates

    Beguilement Whether you would rather classify this as a fantasy novel or a romance novel, there is no question that it is well written Ms Bujold has created a rich world full of complex characters and a history that we only get a glimpse of in this first installment There are moments of tense action and brutal violence along with the beginning of a deep romantic involvement between two of the characters.I truly enjoyed this novel and even during the slower moments of day to day life, found the c [...]

  2. Benjamin

    This is probably the third, maybe the fourth, time I have read this It has become endearing with each successive reading Dag and Fawn, from two different peoples and entirely different backgrounds are drawn together in the fight against supernatural creatures that arise unexpectedly and dangerously This is what good fantasy ought to be thoughtful and reflective on the human situation, however different the setting may be from that of our mundane lives.

  3. Kristen

    So, I have read and enjoyed LMB books before, but this one really moved me in ways that the previous books have not The writing is always solid, and she builds fantasy worlds like no one else, but I have often felt like the story or the characterization held the reader at arm s length Good idea, I would think, but I never really felt welcome to share the joys and triumphs of the characters But not this time Though I would characterize this book as a romance, it s not bodice rippy It s a sweet st [...]

  4. Rosalee

    In order to like this book, you have to believe that Dag and Fawn could actually love each other and have a working, positive relationship And I never could I mean, here you have two people who are vastly different in age, experience, culture and a number of other things, and in less than a week they are madly in love with each other Madly in lust with each other, sure, I can believe that But I was never able to believe that they were anything than twitterpated, and that it would wear off prett [...]

  5. Christine Edison

    I really liked the first volume of this series and am working my way through the second Bujold finds a way to invoke a whole world from the story of these two very different people, and I m really rooting for Dag and Fawn to make it despite the disapproval of their two cultures I like how Dag s missing hand is a constant presence in the story and like how he s found ways to cope with his harness and hands Fawn shows her tenderness by helping Dag when he breaks his arm, and he in turn learns pati [...]

  6. Dee

    Fantasy is not my usual read, but I really enjoyed this series It isn t so out there Has romance, action and a good story line It grabs you and keeps you engaged all the way through.

  7. Patricia

    I love the first two volumes in this series Lois McMaster Bujold has another wonderful series on her hands I can t wait to read the next one.

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