Juliet Marillier / May 27, 2019

Foxmask The Norseman Eyvind a fierce and loyal Wolfskin came to a new land on top of the world to find his destiny With his priestess bride Nessa he saved the land and weathered the treachery that was cause

  • Title: Foxmask
  • Author: Juliet Marillier
  • ISBN: 9780765345912
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Norseman Eyvind, a fierce and loyal Wolfskin, came to a new land on top of the world to find his destiny With his priestess bride Nessa he saved the land and weathered the treachery that was caused by Eyvind s blood sworn friend Somerled After much pain and sorrow the two lovers have managed to create a society where the Norse warriors and the gentle folks of the OrkThe Norseman Eyvind, a fierce and loyal Wolfskin, came to a new land on top of the world to find his destiny With his priestess bride Nessa he saved the land and weathered the treachery that was caused by Eyvind s blood sworn friend Somerled After much pain and sorrow the two lovers have managed to create a society where the Norse warriors and the gentle folks of the Orkney Isles live and thrive in contentment at last A decade and has passed since the devastating events of the creation of the settlement and Eyvind and Nessa have watched their children grow and thrive in peace.But not all on the islands are content or at peace Thorvald, the young son of Margaret, widow of the slain king and Eyvind s war leader, has always felt apart and at odds with all he knows He learns upon his coming to manhood that he is not his father s son but that of the love that Margaret bore for the hated Somerled and that Somerled was not killed for his treachery but sent on a boat, adrift with little than a knife and skein of water, doomed to the god s will Thorvald is determined to find a boat and cast off to the West in a desperate bid to find a father he never knewd to find out if he is made of the same stuff as the henious traitor The tragedy of this scheme would be horrific enoughif it were not for the fact that Creidhe, the winsome daughter of Eyvind and Nessa has loved Thorvald since birth and unbeknownst to him conspires to go along on this most perilous of quests.What happens to them on their journey of discovery will ultimately change the lives of all they know and loved will doom or redeem an entire people.

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      • Juliet Marillier

        Juliet Marillier was born July 27, 1948 in Dunedin, New Zealand and grew up surrounded by Celtic music and stories Her own Celtic Gaelic roots inspired her to write her first series, the Sevenwaters Trilogy Juliet was educated at the University of Otago, where she majored in music and languages, graduating BA and a B Mus Hons Her lifelong interest in history, folklore and mythology has had a major influence on her writing.Juliet is the author of twenty historical fantasy novels for adults and young adults, as well as a book of short fiction Juliet s novels and short stories have won many awards Juliet lives in a 110 year old cottage in a riverside suburb of Perth, Western Australia When not writing, she is active in animal rescue and has her own small pack of needy dogs She also has four adult children and seven grandchildren Juliet is a member of the druid order OBOD the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.


    1. (review in english below)Fiquei um pouco confusa com este livro. Até quase meio do livro senti-me desconfortável com todo o mistério e a maldade latente, que não deixaram que a leitura me desse o prazer que costumo sentir com os livros da Juliet. A segunda parte da história já é diferente (para mim quase que começou um novo livro a partir da página 257) mas mesmo assim não chegou para apagar a má sensação anterior.Para piorar as coisas, a tradução foi ficando cada vez mais descuid [...]

    2. 2º livro da duologia A Saga das Ilhas Brilhantes.Neste livro seguimos a geração seguinte á do 1º livro. Creidhe segue o seu grande amor Thorvald para uma grande aventura no mar e numas ilhas envoltas em grandes mistérios e rituais macabros, em busca de spostas e de um vidente.Não posso descortinar muito mais, pois vai ser spoiler em realção ao 1º livro.Não gostei tanto deste livro como gostei do anterior. Pareceu-me que as personagens não tinham a mesma força, o mesmo carisma e para [...]

    3. I've read nearly all of Marillier's books, loving the Sevenwaters trilogy and having mixed feelings about the others. I have not read Wolfskin, the prequel to Foxmask, but read this one anyway because so many of Marillier's fans adore it. My reaction: mixed. This book is a good example of Marillier's storytelling skills; it bears more resemblance to the original Sevenwaters trilogy than to the Sevenwaters follow-ups or Heart's Blood, which felt much more commercial (faster-paced, less lyrical, m [...]

    4. It all started when Thorvald read the letter holding the long-concealed truth. His father was not the venerable, slain chieftain Ulf who led the expedition and settling of the Light Isles, but Somerled, his hated brother who'd been banished by his blood brother Eyvind from the islands before Thorvald was born. Driven by the anger of his mother Margaret's deceit and the intense need to find his father, Thorvald plots to sail with his friend Sam on Somerled's same course. The two friends aren't th [...]

    5. Originally read in 20052017 reread: There is something very heartwarming about returning to a book you remember loving that really heals the soul. After having reread the first book, it was easier for me to get in the right mood and some of the things that bothered me a little in Wolfskin no longer bothered me in Foxmask. It is such a well rounded tale and one of the best sequels I've ever read. The dialogue was also much better in this one. There is some instalove which I know can really bother [...]

    6. I feel like most of the time I am pretty good at finding books that I think I will like. My average rating is pretty high, and it seems more often than not I end up loving a book rather than just liking it. What can I say? I’m easy to please. Even so, it’s not often that I read a book that keeps me up at night. I have a bedtime, and even books I really love rarely stand between me and sleep. But I can certainly say that this book, and its prequel Wolfskin kept me up into the wee hours of the [...]

    7. I made a terrible mistake and read it before Wolfskin x, x, nevertheless, I enjoyed it. I believe I'm developing Juliet Marillier syndrome º♥º, no one so far has me caught up in their world as her. I actually suffered from a headache trying to adjust to my surroundings after finishing it, and felt the moving of the boat and the weariness of the journey (not that she spent a lot of time describing the journey which I'm thankful for). The seal people reminded me of one of Seven waters books (I [...]

    8. A new favorite.I know it is long and wordy, but it was a fairy tale told in a way to make it so believable and so realistic, I almost thought it was something that really happened. It saddens me that words fail me and I can't really describe how I feel about this book, but suffice to say that I love it.

    9. I always love Juliet Marillier's work. I love the fairytale feel, the ancient worlds she creates, and the sometimes-subtle, sometimes-obvious magical elements. They are comfort books for me.If you're familiar with Marillier's style, this book does not disappoint, and delivers the same magic, tragedy, and romance that is her hallmark.

    10. Na het schitterende "Drager van de Wolvenvacht", dacht ik evenveel plezier te beleven aan "Drager van het Vossenmasker", waarin de kinderen van Eyvind en Nessa, en Somerled en Margaret, de hoofdrollen vertolken. Dat bleek een verkeerd gedacht, al was het bij momenten best leuk om lezen.Ik ga proberen het kort te houden, want ik ben enigszins verheugd dat ik het boek eindelijk uitgelezen heb.Het is eigenlijk een verhaal over opgroeien, over je plaats in de wereld vinden, over een zoektocht naar j [...]

    11. An amazing follow up to Wolfskin. A saga that ranged far and wide, told us where Somerled ended up and continued the story of Evyind and his family. Journeys, discovering who you are when faced with challenge, surprises, violence. Good leadership and bad leadership.

    12. I quite enjoyed this, although there were some sections that dragged a little (I skipped most of the detailed descriptions of the Hunt on Cloud Island - BORING). But my biggest disappointment in it was that Thorvald AND Somerland got completely ripped off!! I was longing for the moment when Thorvald realised his feelings for Criedhe and let his guard down enough to tell her, but before he could do so she nipped off to Cloud Island and started getting it on with that mangy old 'Keeper'. Tuh! I th [...]

    13. Wow. And I do mean wow.I've long been a fan of Juliet Marillier, and I loved both her Sevenwaters books as well as the Bridei Chronicles. When I first started reading Wolfskin I was sceptical, but by the end of the book I thoroughly enjoyed it. In my mind, however, Foxmask was the better of the two. I truly, deeply enjoyed this book. So much so that I ended up staying up until four in the morning to finish it.I'm not sure what made me prefer it, however. There is an element of backstory. While W [...]

    14. Sometimes novels just make me so frustrated I can't take it anymore. This one started out all right. I liked Creidhe a great deal. She's a very interesting character, as were many of the people in the book and I especially enjoyed the romantic twists and turns in the novel. The mythology was interesting, and very unique.My frustration comes out of a plot event late in the book. Two characters in love are separated when Creidhe's friends misconstrue him as her captor. The book allows the reader t [...]

    15. This book surprised me. It had a pretty good romance (not as good as the Sevenwaters trilogy, but that is reallyyyyyyy hard to match), but the book was so much more than that. It was about loss, redemption, good and evil, growing up, self-sacrifice, familyUsually it's the romance in Mrs. Marillier's books that touch me the most, but here it was the combination of everything else that made me cry like a baby towards the end. The characterizations, as always, were strong. The author describes each [...]

    16. I've been stalled halfway through this a long time, so finally I scanned it for the answers I wanted (mostly the resolution of certain people's identities), and finding myself totally unsurprised and not very impressed by the ending (the way the characters act), I decided to put it aside. I like Marillier's work, sometimes, but this one is a miss for me. Creidhe is just difficult to like, from the start, with her ideas about Thorvald and her insistence on making some eternal love affair out of a [...]

    17. You close the book, and that's when you wonder : "why in the world isn't this serie as famous as the Sevenwater one?"Don't get me wrong, I loved Sorcha and her brothers, but you get used to the "not interested in any man - meets soulmate - happy forever after" pattern, even with the trials inbetween. Maybe that's just be, but I think the characters' emotions were better (like, even better than it was before) conducted than before.As for the plot, switching between different points of view can be [...]

    18. I actually really enjoyed this book which I was not expecting because so many people told me that Wolfskin was better.However, this book was one of my favourites by Juliet Marillier.I have never hated a character more than Asgrim and I just could not get over how selfish Thorvald was.I loved how dark this book was at the beginning and the mystery surrounding the real identity of Somerled.I do have to say that I thought the dragging out of the ending was a little unnecessary but other than that, [...]

    19. Juliet Marillier is quite adept at conveying human emotion. As in many of her other books, the characters reach points where all hope is lost and despair is brought to the forefront, but they continue on in a miserable state. It always brings tears to my eyes when hope is rediscovered & life, resuscitated! I give it 4 stars, instead of 5, because the first 3/4ths moved along at a bit too slow of a pace for me, but that last 1/4well, let's say I stayed up 2 hours past my bedtime to finish it [...]

    20. I cannot put into words how much I love this book. In a time of great distress for me, this book touched my heart and uplifted it.When I read the first book of the Light Isles, Wolfskin, I enjoyed it, but I felt it wasn't as wonderful as Marillier's Sevenwaters books. Foxmask, however, was truly beautiful with amazing characters and a fabulous story and a romance that broke my heart and healed it. I can't say how others may find this book, but for me it resonated deeply and made my spirit soar.

    21. I just loved this book. I really struggled to put it down in the evenings and wound up with Reading Head, you know, that cotton balls in your brain feeling you get the day after you indulged in a massive reading binge the night before. It's a sequel, and while I liked the original, I really got into the story of Foxmask, which is just so beautiful. Marillier is rapidly becoming one of my favourite authors.

    22. I skimmed through the last five chapters reading bits and pieces because I couldn't take the suspense anymore and HAD to know how it all worked out. Then I went back and reread the same five chapters so I could relish in all the little details. I really hope there is another installment of The Light Isles. There is a reason Juliette Marillier is one of my very favorite authors!

    23. I liked this one better than the first because it was more concise. But I didn't like the story line as much. I did enjoy seeing what happened to certain characters from the first book. Over all it was a good series, but not my favorite of Marillier.

    24. Gostei desde um bocadinho menos do que d'"O Filho de Thor", mas mesmo assim gostei muito. Lembro-me que foi o primeiro livro da Juliet que comprei mal saiu.

    25. I read this out of order, but I'm not sure it matters. A really well written fantasy book with a few thoughts on the meaning of life. Highly recommend if you enjoy fantasy.

    26. I thought the previous book "Wolfskin" was a little bit draggy. So i decided to wait till i was "ready", to read the sequel. Well, i think i've waited too long, because Foxmask is totally enchanting!!! I got so attracted to the reading, that i couldn't stop it. Actually, Juliet Marillier never fails to amaze me! Her books has everything: love, fight, learn, compassion and lots of magic! On Foxmask, years have passed, and Thorvald, Margaret' son, learns that his real father is the cruel Somerled [...]

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