The Well of Shades: Book Three of the Bridei Chronicles. Juliet Marillier, Author. Tor $ (p) ISBN The winner of the Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Novel returns with this stunning third volume of the epic ‘Bridei Chronicles’. Book III of the Bridei Chronicles from Juliet Marillier begins with the trusted bodyguard/assassin of White Hill—Faolan—already well on his journey into the land.

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The Well of Shades by Juliet Marillier book review

Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. But more important, they may unlock the secrets that Faolan has held deep within his soul for decades.

This is a well-written story that ties up all the loose ends in the Bridei Chronicle as well as leave it open for a possible sequel or spin-off. By far the best of the three Bridei Chronicles! A Court of Frost and Starlight.

In hindsight her characters were too trite, too tidy. Or anything to do with Colm. Jan 24, Sabine rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! I ended up rooting for her for Faolan’s sake, as many of the characters do.

Another fantastic read in the Bridei series. The Edge of the Blade. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Jun 10, Andrea rated it really liked it. Both have honestly gone through hell. I think what made this book so good was all the twists and surprises: The title should be at least 4 characters long.

This book was wonderfully written and a great read. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: We’ve found that while readers like to know what we think of a book they find additional reader reviews a massive help in deciding if it is the right book for them. As I hint here, the May-December romance between the sixteen-year-old Eile and her father’s friend Faolan is only one plotline that develops along the path to another plotline in The Well of Shades.


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E foi o que aconteceu! Book ratings by Goodreads. Eile, too, was so well developed and the perfect match for him. I deeply enjoyed reading the Well of Shadows but feel that the end is not complete.

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After Blade of Fortriuit was apparent that Faolan was going on another mission – partly King’s business and partly personal. I could not stand Suibne’s diary insertions. After Blade of Fortriuit was apparent that Faolan was going on another mission – partly King’s busin A superbly written tale of love, friendship, betrayal and war.

This is a “dangerous” one, so addictive and engrossing that it makes you stay awake marilllier hours on end. The Sum of Us. More about Juliet Marillier I so dearly want a spin off with saraid and derrelei! First off Faolan must inform Deord’s kin of his heroic actions and his passing.

The Well of Shades: Book Three of the Bridei Chronicles

The Well of Shades is Faolan’s story and he may well be my favorite male character ever. The kingdom of Fortriu has enjoyed five years of peace since Bridei came to the throne.

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First name Country where you live Book Your rating out of 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Your review. Would you like us to take another look at this review? Other books in the series. What readers may find most intriguing about this storyline is its foundation in historical fact. My favorite was Sjades, unfortunately this book absolutely and utterly ruined him for me.


A perfect ending to a perfect series. Winter Be My Shield. In the beginning he travels to his homeland of Ireland for 3 maarillier. It did all come together in the end, but throughout the story I had a hard time staying interested in the other characters. This is my favourite J.

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Another issue was stated in my review of Blade of Fortriu; that awkward romance thing. They were beautiful to read, as all of Marillier’s novels are, and the history on which they are based is very interesting and the reason I kept reading thembut I didn’t find myself falling in love with the characters as I had in the Te Trilogy. But in this third novel, the underlying theme of incest nagged at the back of my mind. Her lifelong interest in history, folklore and mythology has had a Kf Marillier was born July 27, in Dunedin, New Zealand and grew up snades by Celtic music and stories.

However it is not Bridei’s story alone but the story of th This is the third and last book of the Bridei Chronicles, and it will be a long time before I get these characters and their story out of my head.