Foxmask

Foxmask

Book - 2004
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The sequel to Wolfskin, the haunting first novel in the Children of Light Isles series, continues Marillier's emotionally charged epic that creatively blends history and the mystical folklore of the Vikings.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2004
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780765345912
0765345919
9780765306746
0765306743
Branch Call Number: MARI 22
Characteristics: 464 p. : maps ; 25 cm

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jazpur
Apr 05, 2017

A fitting sequel to Wolfskin but not as engaging. I'm glad Juliet spun her yarn and took the story further but for me, it wouldn't have mattered if she hadn't, probably because this one had more elements of fantasy.

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foxylady31
Jan 01, 2013

wolfskin would not be complete without the foxmask story. I am wondering if there will be a sequel. Juliet is an outstanding weaver of a magical story. The Sevenwaters Series is outstanding. This series was more difficult to keep my interest. The ending is so great. I love hsappy endings :)

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stefz
Mar 18, 2010

not as engaging as Wolfskin but still very enjoyable, I was actually hoping for a sequel.

Compared to the next trilogy of the Dark Mirror, Wolfskin and Foxmask rank higher on my ratings.

brightling Nov 06, 2009

I liked seeing where some of the characters had come about from "Wolfmask". The plotline was definately interesting but not as engaging as I had hoped. I still think I prefer Marillier's "Daughter of the Forest" as a more intense read.

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