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  • Paperback
  • 342 pages
  • The Ravens Warrior
  • Vincent Pratchett
  • English
  • 19 September 2018
  • 1594392587

10 thoughts on “The Ravens Warrior

  1. says:

    1 5 First of all, I d like to thank Netgalley and YMMA Publication Center, Inc., for the ARC of The Raven s Warrior Unfortunately, although I was very excited about it, I just didn t end up enjoying the book, and I m sorry for that.What I liked 1 A fresh retelling of the Arthurian legends.2 A Chinese Merlin.3 The gorgeous cover.What I didn t like 1 The grammatical errors There were a lot, and many would have been relatively simple to correct For example, each new speaker is supposed to g 1 5 First of all, I d like to thank Netgalley and YMMA Publication Center, Inc., for the ARC of The Raven s Warrior Unfortunately, although I was very excited about it, I just didn t end up enjoying the book, and I m sorry for that.What I liked 1 A fresh retelling of the Arthurian legends.2 A Chinese Merlin.3 The gorgeous cover.What I didn t like 1 The grammatical errors There were a lot, and many would have been relatively simple to correct For example, each new speake...


  2. says:

    1 star This review is based on an ARC ebook received for free from NetGalley I am not being paid to review this book and what I write here is my own opinion My rating scale is below.briefTaken as a thrall and sold east, a warrior is healed and trained by a mysterious monk and his daughter, who are part of a larger plot on which the fut...


  3. says:

    This book was a recommendation I saw somewhere that had all the right ingredients Vikings, Arthurian legends, fantasy, and retellings How can it be bad Hoo boy.Let us start on page iv with the Editor s note Viken is a historical name in southwestern Norway, believed to derive from Old Norse word vik , meaning cove or inlet Etymologists have suggested that the modern word viking may be derived from this place name , simply meaning a person from Viken This little note is almost entirely l This book was a recommendation I saw somewhere that had all the right ingredients Vikings, Arthurian legends, fantasy, and retellings How can it be bad Hoo boy.Let us start on page iv with the Editor s note Viken is a historical name in southwestern Norway, believed to derive from Old Norse word vik , meaning cove or inlet Etymologists have suggested that the modern word viking may be derived from this place name , simply meaning a person from Viken This little note is almost entir...


  4. says:

    I really wanted to like this book, because the premise sounded so interesting For whatever reason, I just could not get into it Perhaps because I m reading so much fantasy for work that I m burnt out But I also sawissues than just the genre.From the back synapsis, I thought Arkthar to be the main character Except I don t recall reading about him at all Instead, it was some guy named Vincent Unless Arkthar is Vincent s last name Add the fact that a few chapters would follow chara I really wanted to like this book, because the premise sounded so interesting For whatever reason, I just could not get into it Perhaps because I m reading so much fantasy for work that I m burnt out But I also sawissues than just the genre.From the back synapsis, I thought Arkthar to be the main character Except I don t recall reading about him at all Instead, it was some guy named Vincent Unless Arkthar is Vincent s last name Add the fact that a few chapters would follow character X and the...


  5. says:

    To anyone interested in reading this run far and run fast I made it 10% through this book before I decided enough is enough, and that s hard for me to do I honestly try to give books a chance and try to get at least 25% through before deciding if I want to continue, but here I simply couldn t This was the first draft of a self insert fanfiction on Arthurian legends The writing was pretentious and juvenile, and the plot jumped around too much in the little bit I did read.Save yourself the ti To anyone interested in reading this run far and run fast I made it 10% through this book before I decided enough is enough, and that s hard for me to do I honestly try to give books a chance and try to get at least 25% through before...


  6. says:

    After reading the description of this book, I was intrigued, and I am so glad I read it, what a great story I loved the characters and the writing style I read it cover to cover in a couple of days It was a book that was easy to get lost in I highly recommend it.


  7. says:

    Excellent I ll write a proper review soon.


  8. says:

    From my book review blog at Publication Center was kind enough to provide me with a copy of this eGalley through NetGalley for the purposes of reading and reviewing it Although I received it at no cost to myself, I am under no obligation to give a positive review.Vincent is a Celtic warrior severely wounded in battle in the tenth century He is then taken by Norse warriors on a long journey to the Middle East where he is sold as a slave Near death, From my book review blog at Publication C...


  9. says:

    This is one of the most frustrating books I ve read in some time.The author Vincent Pratchett notes in his bio that he is a blood relation of Terry Pratchett, but don t expect similar writing The only thing in common really is a strange fondness for lots and lots of very short chapters._The Raven s Warrior_ frustrates me because there are so many good ideas in the book The author clearly has a passion and knowledge for the core material martial arts and China and the notion of combining This is one of the most frustrating books I ve read in some time.The author Vincent Pratchett notes in his bio that he is a blood relation of Terry Pratchett, but don t expect similar writing The only thing in common really is a strange fondness for lots and lots of very short chapters._The Raven s Warrior_ frustrates me because there are so many good ideas in the book The author clearly has a passion and knowledge for the core material martial arts and China and the notion of combining this background with Arthurian legend is certainly an interesting one.But as a reading experience the whole thing is just incredibly passive.There are maybe five characters in the book who get a name Mos...


  10. says:

    The Raven s Warrior is a most fascinating and splendid read The marvelous Vincent Pratchett has fashioned one of those great adventure novels that literally grab you with the first sentence and never lets go What a truly wonderful literary ride it is The attention to detail, the sense of history and fantasy, the vivid characters who leap off the pages, are all seamlessly integrated to produce a most memorable read Mr Pratchett has a magnificent way with a sentence.It is as if there is not a The Raven s Warrior is a most fascinating and splendid read The marvelous Vincent Pratchett has fashioned one of those great adventure novels that literally grab you with the first sentence and nev...


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The Ravens Warrior Bronze Winner Independent Publisher Book AwardsWinner 2013 USA Best Book AwardIf Death Takes A Man It Is Called Fate, When Death Leaves A Man It Is Called Destiny.Wounded In Battle 900 A D , A Near Dead Celtic Warrior Is Taken By Viken Raiders And Sold Into A Baghdad Slave Market He Is Dragged Further East, Through The Desert, Into The Middle Kingdom Where He Is Bought By A Taoist Priest And His Beautiful Daughter Hazy Images Of Silk, Herbs, Needles, Potions And Steel, Can Only Lead To One Thing, He Has Been Purchased By A Wizard And His Witch Arkthar Fears For His Soul Death Finds Arkthar S Predicament Interesting I Have Heard The Delirious Ramblings Of Countless Dying Minds I Am Amused By Yours Don T Be Afraid, I Won T Take You Now Your Life Sentence Has Just Begun Arkthar S Owners Become His Teachers And Then His Companions The Priest Wizard And His Witch Daughter Heal And Teach Arkthar Their Eastern Ways Of Medicine, Science, War And Philosophy Under The Watchful Eye Of Death, This Journey Unfolds, As A Slave Becomes A King, And New Root Of Arthurian Legend Takes Hold.


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