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    The "powerful and emotionally charged" fantasy series from the author of the Sevenwaters novels continues, as Blackthorn and Grim face haunting secrets and old adversaries.

    Feather bright and feather fine, none shall harm this child of mine.

    Healer Blackthorn knows all too well the rules of her bond to the fey: seek no vengeance, help any who ask, do only good. But after the recent ordeal she and her companion, Grim, have suffered, she knows she cannot let go of her quest to bring justice to the man who ruined her life.

    Despite her personal struggles, Blackthorn agrees to help the princess of Dalriada in taking care of a troubled young girl who has recently been brought to court while Grim is sent to the girl's home at Wolf Glen to aid her wealthy father with a strange task - repairing a broken-down house deep in the woods. It doesn't take Grim long to realize that everything in Wolf Glen is not as it seems - the place is full of perilous secrets and deadly lies.

    Back at Winterfalls, the evil touch of Blackthorn's sworn enemy reopens old wounds and fuels her long-simmering passion for justice. With danger on two fronts, Blackthorn and Grim are faced with a heartbreaking choice - to stand once again by each other's side or to fight their battles alone.

    ©2016 Juliet Marillier (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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    • Jan
    • 05/11/2016

    Third Time's The Charm


    This is the third and hopefully not last novel in Marillier's Blackthorn and Grim fantasy series. It's as good, if not better, than the previous two. Den Of Wolves has a well executed plot and expertly developed characters.

    Strong females are consistently front-and-center in this dark fairy tale-like world. Although the reader experiences other-worldly creatures, the atmosphere is actually more comparable to magic realism.

    This series does not have a lot of the war and bloodshed as in many epic fantasy series, but don't be fooled...it can be equally as brutal. The focus is on character interaction, survival, and of course, the unique relationship between the haunting Blackthorn and the gentle giant, Grim.

    There is closure to the storyline in this novel, but the characters are so strong that the opportunity is there for the series to continue. I hope it does.

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    • Richard B
    • 26/02/2017

    Most enjoyable - loved it!

    I loved this book's main story, which was yet again filled with imagination. But this book also has a lovely way of rounding off Blackthorn and Grim's troublesome past.
    I didn't enjoy the idea that a story so rounded might mean the end of the series - please, no!
    I'm really hoping Blackthorn & Grim will simply enter a new phase of uncanny detections.
    I recommend Blackthorn & Grim to anyone that enjoys magical soothing and the romance of true enduring love that has a slow but steady build.
    I will hope and look for another in this series. Bravo!

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    • Valley Quicksilver
    • 09/12/2016

    A satisfying tale for less than perfect people!

    So many fantasies center around young, beautiful heroines and heroes and happily-ever-afters. This series- and this installment in particular - felt like a fairy tale for grown-ups, for the downtrodden , for the scarred among us. And the mystery at its core held my attention and curiosity even when I wasn't listening. I found myself pondering the outcome at odd moments. This is rare for me.
    I love this author, and but this tale in particular will remain one of my favorites.

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    • Kindle Customer
    • 08/12/2016

    Excellent story and combination of voices

    This fantasy series features an excellent overarching story, with plots that are tied up at the end of each of the 3 books. No cliffhangers then - simply a quest which may have more excitement before resolution. Which there is, as each new tale unfolds.

    I am a fan of tales of women who are smart and who are willing to act, but human (ie, not wonder women). Blackthorn is such a woman She is not always willing or able to play nice with others ... with damn good reasons.. As another plus for me, tales of medicine before doctors are an interest of mine, and her role as the "wise woman" of the area is well developed, with appropriate details.

    I'd give the series 5 stars. This book was my least favorite of the three; not much new in the way of character development left for this third book. So, I've rated it 4 stars.

    No sex. Explicit violence in nightmares and some lesser violence as the story progresses.

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    • bluestategirl
    • 13/02/2017

    A Master Class in Fantasy Fiction Writing.


    Astonishing, glorious and engrossing, I hated to see this book end -- and I thought book 2 was amazing!

    With this series, and particularly Den of Wolves, Marillier provides a master class in fantasy fiction writing worthy of Lois McMaster Bujold's *World of the Five Gods* series -- a personal favorite.

    In this series, she has crafted an authentic world rich in human emotion, filled with simple everyday people and their stories. Every lush description, every story told, becomes a spell weaving an absorbing connection to her characters and their world. I'm truly blown away.

    With such an intricate plot, it would have been easy for a lesser writer to go off the forest path and lose their way, but Marillier writes with confidence, and keeps her footing right to the end as she brings Blackthorn and Grim's journey full circle. Her parting gift? A satisfying end to all the loose threads, while still leaving room for more to come. I couldn't be happier or more impressed.

    But right now, I'm missing Big Man and Lady so much that I'm wondering what I'll do with myself now that the last tale is over. I guess I'll be stalking Juliet Marillier's FB page, waiting for news about Blackthorn and Grim, hoping they're resting easy in their cottage for now, having a brew, while Ripple dreams on the hearth before the fire.

    I hope they're taking it easy. They'll need all their strength for the next adventure,

    Book 4 can't come soon enough.


    VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED -- The whole series! -- For everyone but young readers.

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    • Mark Hancock
    • 22/10/2019

    Save me from myself...

    I’m a 51 year old guy- I shouldn’t be so ridiculously pleased with this series...but I am. Especially this one. There. I said it. Loved all three books. The characters. Story. And the narrators- especially Natalie Gold, although all three were wonderful.

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    • Lisa B.
    • 06/08/2018

    Great Series

    I enjoyed the series, I hope more books will follow. The narrators helped bring the books to life.

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    • A
    • 11/11/2020

    Loved it

    I read previously blackthorn & Grim series on paperback, and this is the first time I hear it in as an audio book.
    The narrators did a great job brining everything to life and I feel somehow it made me even closer to the characters.
    The story is interesting, if you’re familiar with the author style there’s always fair folk and a tale within,I’m so happy about the ending.

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    • Francisca
    • 17/10/2019

    It’s finally over

    This series had gotten progressively worse as it continued. I don’t know what drove the author to write her characters in different perspectives, or the editor to approve that kind of writing. Grim was in first person but present tense. While Blackthorn was in first person but past tense. Then there are two other characters that Marillier wrote who are in third person! It was so distracting and I didn’t like it at all. If that is going to happen it needs to pay off in the end with some kind of explanation and there is none. I only read the series cause I wanted to see what would happen to Blackthorn and Grim. I was already invested and the first book I was ok, the next book I was irritated, and the last one I just couldn't wait to get it done and over with. If you are going to call your series a Blackthorn and Grim novel I’m thinking maybe you should only have those perspectives. I didn’t care one bit for the perspectives of the other characters in any of the other books plus this one. Then the end was rushed and all too convenient. The last 20min of the book was the time allotted for those who have read the entire series to wrap up the “will they or won’t they” trope between Blackthorn and Grim. I defiantly feel cheated. The plots are, in theory, good and would have been great if properly executed but it ended up being very disappointing.

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    • Mike
    • 28/08/2019

    Satisfying conclusion, but eagles...

    Very satisfying conclusion, except eagles... The subplot of Wolf's Glen is fantastics, the new female character is endearing and each revelation up until the conclusion is thrilling.

    The "macro-plot" of Blackthorn and Mathuin is tied up nicely, most of the named characters were introduced before... Except the "eagles". Not as abrupt as Tolkien, but the level of involvement the "eagles" had in wrapping up the story definitely warranted more development.

    This is my indroduction in Juliet's work so I do not know if they are tie-ins from her other works, but Blackthorn and Grim definitely has me looking into what else Juliet's work has in store.

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    • fantasynews
    • 27/12/2016

    Leider nur "nett"

    Gut ein Jahr leben die Heilerin Blackthorn und ihr wortkarger Gefährte Grim bereits in der Grafschaft Winterfall. Sie haben sich gut in der Gemeinschaft integriert. Sie fühlen sich wertgeschätzt und wohl, und fast scheint es, als könne Blackthorn endlich ihre schreckliche Vergangenheit hinter sich lassen, die sie hat bitter werden lassen.

    Umso schockierter ist sie, als in den Wäldern von Winterfall ein Trupp seltsam gezeichneter Männer auftaucht, die sich über die Gebühr für ihre Vorgeschichte interessieren. Hat ihr Erzfeind Mathuin diese Männer geschickt, um sie endgültig zum Schweigen zu bringen?

    Ausgerechnet jetzt ist Grim nicht zu Hause. Er hat einen ungewöhnlichen Auftrag in Wolf Glen angenommen: Inmitten der Wildnis soll er dabei helfen, ein Haus fertig zu bauen, für das Holz von jedem einzelnen Baum des Waldes benötigt wird – ein Heartwood-House.

    Was hat es damit auf sich? Welches Geheimnis hütet der wilde Mann, der Grim beim Fertigstellen des Hauses helfen soll? Und warum hat Kara, die Tochter seines Auftraggebers, ihre Sprache verloren?

    “Den of Wolves” ist der dritte und (vorerst/wahrscheinlich) letzte Band von Juliet Marilliers “Blackthorn & Grim”-Reihe. Als großer Fan der Autorin habe ich mich sehr auf den Roman gefreut und im Vorfeld bereits bedauert, dass die Serie mit diesem Buch zu Ende geht. Auch, wenn mich “Den of Wolves” nett unterhalten hat, finde ich das im Nachgang allerdings nicht so schlimm. Um bei der Wahrheit zu bleiben: ich hatte mir mehr von dem Buch versprochen.

    Juliet Marillier bezeichnet sich selbst als Autorin von Historical Fantasy. Ein Label, das auch auf “Den of Wolves” angewendet werden kann, wobei der Schwerpunkt diesmal eindeutig mehr auf der historischen Komponente liegt als auch der phantastischen. Das an sich ist ja kein Manko.

    Aber die Geschichte des aktuellen Romans ist doch eher dünn, bietet zwar ein paar, aber leider wenig überraschende Wendungen und ist keine, die mir lang im Gedächtnis bleiben wird. Das Feenvolk spielt eine Rolle im Roman, aber nur eine kleine. Marillier, die von ihren US-Herausgebern bereits wusste, dass es nach Band 3 ggf. mit der Reihe nicht weitergehen würde, hat immerhin die wichtigsten Handlungsstränge um Blackthorn, ihr Versprechen gegenüber einem Feenmann sowie ihrem Zwist mit Mathuin recht zufriedenstellend zu Ende gebracht. Eine deutliche Verbindung zur Sevenwaters-Reihe, die im gleichen Universum spielt wie Blackthorn & Grim, gibt es leider auch nur ansatzweise.

    Sowohl an dem formidablen Schreibstil der Autorin als auch an der gekonnten Lesung der Sprecher gibt’s nichts auszusetzen: hier bietet das Hörbuch das gewohnt hohe Niveau.

    Mich hat die Geschichte aber insgesamt nicht überzeugen können; ich hätte mir mehr magische Momente gewünscht und ein etwas vielschichtigeres Geheimnis, dass es zu lösen gilt. So kann ich nur als Marillier-Fan drei wohlwollende Sterne verteilen und hoffen, dass mich der nächste Roman der Autorin wieder mehr abholt.

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