The Wolf of Oren-Yaro: Chronicles of the Wolf Queen Book One - Chronicles of the Wolf Queen (Paperback)K. S. Villoso (author)
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'Intimate and epic' Evan Winter
'An action-packed plot and deep, vivid world-building' Melissa Caruso
'Intricate, intimate and intensely plotted' Nicholas Eames
'They called me the Bitch Queen, the she-wolf, because I murdered a man and exiled my king the night before they crowned me.'
Born under the towers of Oren-yaro, Queen Talyien inherited a deeply divided kingdom, devastated by years of war. Her marriage to the son of a rival clan was meant to herald peace, yet her fiance disappeared before their reign could even begin.
Now, years later, Talyien receives a message that will send her across on the sea. Yet what was meant as an effort to reconcile the past leaves her stranded in a land she doesn't know, with assassins at her back and no idea who she can trust.
If Talyien is to survive, she must embrace her namesake.
A wolf of Oren-yaro is not tamed.
Further praise for The Wolf of Oren-Yaro:
'Deeply compelling and wonderfully entertaining' Josiah Bancroft
'A powerful new voice in epic fantasy' Kameron Hurley
'[A] remarkable tale of non-stop tension, action and betrayal' Publishers Weekly (starred review)
'Balanced on a blade's edge between intrigue and action' Gareth Hanrahan
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 200 x 126 x 40 mm
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--Thank you to NetGalley and Orbit for providing me with an e-ARC in exchange for my honest review.--
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I love nothing better than to sit down and read a good Fantasy story ……………… and this book did not disappoint .
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