Deepwoods

Deepwoods

Honor Raconteur / Sep 20, 2019

Deepwoods I was stopped by a messenger from Blackstone Sylvie said simply and held out a folded sheet of paper that had been sealed with black wax the crest of the main guild of the city impressed into it See

  • Title: Deepwoods
  • Author: Honor Raconteur
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I was stopped by a messenger from Blackstone, Sylvie said simply and held out a folded sheet of paper that had been sealed with black wax, the crest of the main guild of the city impressed into it Seems urgent Siobhan broke the seal with a quick twist of her fingers before unfolding the paper Deepwoods had strong ties to Blackstone, the master guild of Goldschmidt, a I was stopped by a messenger from Blackstone, Sylvie said simply and held out a folded sheet of paper that had been sealed with black wax, the crest of the main guild of the city impressed into it Seems urgent Siobhan broke the seal with a quick twist of her fingers before unfolding the paper Deepwoods had strong ties to Blackstone, the master guild of Goldschmidt, and often took on minor jobs for them To be given a message like this wasn t unusual To get it this late in the day, however, spoke of impending trouble She scanned through the letter quickly and unease coiled into a cold lump in her stomach Listen up, she called to the table, not taking her eyes from the letter A hush instantly descended This came directly from Guildmaster Darrens His daughter Lirah has gone missing Missing several people repeated in shock She apparently was going to Sateren to negotiate something for her father but she never got there He s verified that she went through Island Pass so she at least got to Wynngaard, but it s now three days past when she was meant to arrive and there s no sign of her She raised her head and looked around the table, stating what everyone had already guessed He s asked us to go after her.

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    653 Comments

    1. Great characters, interesting world building. I would have preferred more action or struggles, but it is definitely worth reading. Main point of view character is a strong female leader.


    2. I'm on the fence with this book. I liked the premise--a Guild of misfits who are given the job of finding a missing person. I liked the characters and the way they acted like a family and was looking forward to getting to know them. BUTI didn't. By the end of the book, I still wasn't sure that I knew much about them. And I kept waiting for the story to develop, but it didn't. I realized it was a series, but my gosh, nothing of any major import ever actually happened. I did like how the woman lea [...]


    3. I really liked this book- the humor had me laughing every other page, and I loved the characters. I'm not a huge fan of all of the plots and mystery, so that's what took off the last star for me. If you like witty characters, mystery, and strong female characters, this book is for you!


    4. The guild members, as characters, have a lot of potential. I also like the theme of diversity, but this book has basically no plot and too much good will.


    5. A nice even-paced story that at first seems to meander, but as it progresses it gathers momentum until it generates real impact. I really enjoyed this book and the two others in the series as well. Totally character-driven, with a diverse but limited character set.


    6. 3.5Reader thoughts: The guilds are interesting because there are no governments (that I can tell). This makes for a patchwork feel to the cities and countryside. Oh, and it seemed there were a bunch of islands separated by oceans but connected by miles-long, ancient bridges. This world also has pathfinders (who can basically teleport but only along special roads).Basically, nobody trusts each other, and your whole family/country/guild might only be the size of one or two dozen people. Everybody [...]


    7. I think I actually like this one better than the Artifactor series. This one is less directly funny, more intriguing. I really like the world of guilds, and the idea of them existing after the breakdown of formal governments. I normally expect that to occur in the opposite order. I also like that there are some special powers, though not as a very important plot point. I'm expecting more powers as a possibility for the sequel, though I suppose that's more of a personal hope. Feels slightly like [...]


    8. Not your usual low magic fantasy novel. I liked the sensible female MC and the mixed bag that makes up her party / guild. Not a novel of high adventure, but an interesting exploration of a new fantasy world. The author does an unusually good job making the ensemble cast come to life as fully realized people - particularly impressive, as there are ultimately 11 of them including the MC. I haven't seen characterization like this since Dragonlance or the Belgariad - by the end of the book, you have [...]


    9. I really like this book. It reminded me of the advent mage series. It had the same tone. I also laughed out loud at a few parts. I wanted to make cry when it ended. I was so thrilled today when I realized the next one was out. So now I am off to read it.


    10. This was interesting story with good world building. It could have used some editing. It got boggy in details and the characters needed more .h?! I am not sure, but they seemed flat for most of the read. If not for the illustrations, i had a hard time picturing them.


    11. Ahh. I read this book in three hours on a flight home from Spain. It has the fast pace of a D&D campaign, with excellent character development and fantastic writing. It was a great way to spend a flight.


    12. Made me laugh out loud in parts and hunger for more storyGreat story and fun characters. They made me laugh and the story has only begun. Looking forward to the rest



    13. FunA fun fantasy world. I enjoyed the book as a enjoyable time filler between traveling. It is a great read with a light theme. Again a good book by this author.


    14. Enjoyable. Especially the bits where the main character adopts an assasin. Be prepared to read the next volume, though.


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