In the spring, another battle ends even more badly for Hamnet's side, but the Glacier is also retreating, so they are able to escape. Meeting a tribe whose desperate living conditions have led them to overcome the Raumsdalian taboo against eating fallen foes, they find unexpected allies. Now, returning to the capital city and its intrigues, Hamnet prepares to lead an army against the merciless Rulers. The world, once so bounded and comprehensible, will never be the same.
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By Bruce on 11-01-09
This isn't Harry Turtledove's best work. I enjoyed it, but like the first volume, I want to know if the story will ever be finished. I've been burned before, and I wish there were publisher's notes like: 'Mr. Turtledove is currently working on 'Dire wolves and the Golden Snow Shrine,' the third volume in the series.' Or something like that.
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By Graham Rider on 03-03-18
I found this book dry and tedious. .
I found this book dry and tedious. Harry Turtledove took a fascinating subject and has made me rethink listening to any more of his books. Where excitement should have flavored it, the script it was slow. When he tried to write in a engaging manner it made me bored. this book is filled to much fluff and isn't worth it.