✪ Shadowbridge (Shadowbridge, #1) pdf ✩ Author Gregory Frost – Writerscompany.co.uk

Shadowbridge (Shadowbridge, #1) This is one of the most interesting, unique fantasy settings I ve come across The writing is wonderful and the story and characters really drew me right in Highly recommend this to everyone who enjoys the fantasy genre. This book felt a lot longer to me than it actually was I even picked it up because epic fantasy stories that aren t 600 pages long are rare, but it almost felt like it had that many pages after all For some reason the story just seemed to drag on forever to me Shadowbridge is the story of a puppeteer that collects stories and plays them out, so this book contains many shorter stories that people tell to her or that she tells to the reader There was nothing really wrong with this format exact This book felt a lot longer to me than it actually was I even picked it up because epic fantasy You Rattle The Darkness Where You Walk, Jax Enter Shadowbridge, A World Of Linked Spiraling Spans Of Bridges On Which All Impossibilities Can Happen Ghosts Parade, Inscrutable Gods Cast Riddles, And Dangerous Magic Is Unleashed.Monstrous Creatures Drain The Lives Of Children And For A Price, You Can Sample Their Fleeting Quintessence Provided The Creatures Don T Sample You Instead.Traveling These Spans Is A Brilliant, Secretive Shadow Puppeteer Called Jax, Who Knows All The Stories Of Love, Of War, Of The Gods, And Even Of Death And His Lover.But Jax Has Than A Few Secrets, Too Not The Least Of Which Is His True Identity That Of Leodora, Daughter Of The Greatest Storyteller Who Ever Played The Spans, And The Woman Known As The Red Witch. I ll preface this by saying that I don t generally do well with epic, sweeping tales of fantasy If you do, then by all means, take my commentary with a grain of salt The story is lyrical, but I can t get the beat Shadowbridge is an epic sort of tale, and within it are the yarns of different cultures, different civilizations All of these stories are collected and held dear by a young puppeteer named Leodora Frost creates here a world filled with myth and magic and the blessings of the gods I ll preface this by saying that I don t generally do well with epic, sweeping tales of fantasy If you do, then by all means, take my commentary with a grain of salt The story is lyrical, but I can t get the beat Shadowbridge is an epic sort of tale, and within it are the yarns of different cultures, different civilizations All of these stories are collected and held dear by a young puppeteer named Leodora Frost creates here a world filled with myth and magic a Shadowbridge by Gregory Frost This is the first book of a two book adventure The second book is called Lord Tophet Gregory Frost s other works include Attack of the Jazz Giants and Other Short Stories, Fitcher s Bride, The Pure Cold Light, Tain, Remscela, and Lyrec.The story is about a puppeteer named Leodora who discovers that her father was the great shadow puppeteer named Bardsham It also tells the story of the troupes musician, Diverus and his strange background The story is mostly fil Shadowbridge by Gregory Frost This is the first book of a two book adventure The second book is called Lord Tophet Gregory Frost s other works include Attack of the Jazz Giants and Other Short Stories, Fitcher s Bride, The Pure Cold Light, Tain, Remscela, and Lyrec.The story is about a puppeteer named Leodora who discovers that her father was the great shadow puppeteer named Bardsham It also tells the story of the troupes musician, Diverus and his strange background The story is mostly filled with the stories that Leodora, or commonly known as Jax, tells during her shadow puppet plays Most of the short stories have to do with the creation of the world, which is mostly consisting of a sea and spanned by bridges called the Shadowbridge On these bridges or spans, m Lyrical novel about a puppeteer, her musician accompaniest and a strange and wonderful world teeming with people all of whom live on or below a bridge The novel is generally divided into sections and interludes Various interludes are stories about or by gods, or avatars of gods, demons, death and the maker of the world The sections are bigger stories about two of the main characters Lea and Devirtus, both of whom have encounters with the Gods Unlike Frost s earlier book Lyrec, this book kind Lyrical novel about a puppeteer, her musician accompaniest and a strange and wonderful world teeming with people all of whom live on or below a bridge The novel is generally divided into sections and interludes Various interludes are stories about or by gods, or avatars of gods, demons, death and the maker of the world The sections are I read this novel for calicoreaction s February Dare Challenge I really enjoyed the January Dare read, Replay who I ended up lending to my mom, and she loved it too , so I snatched this from my local used book store thankfully they had it, because nowhere else in town did and snuck into my reading schedule I ve been super busy this month and haven t had a lot of time for reading, so thankfully this book was fairly short Unfortunately, this book is also a duology, and there is no doubt I read this novel for calicoreaction s February Dare Challenge I really enjoyed the January Dare read, Replay who I ended up lending to my mom, and she loved it too , so I snatched this from my local used book store thankfully they had it, because nowhere else in town did and snuck into my reading schedule I ve been super busy this month and haven t had a lot of time for reading, so thankfully this book was fairly short Unfortunately, this book is also a duology, and there is no doubt in my mind that it was originally written to be one single book, buton that in the review No spoilers, so if you want to read the full review, no need to worry.To start, I have to say, I really enjoyed this book Calico has yet to be let me down. Roughly 60% of this book is backstory I don t mean exposition in the prose and dialogue that, when pieced together, provides a background for the character I mean that after the first chapter, the book literally backs up and tells the life story of the main character Finally, about 80 pages later, the story resumes For about a page Then, we get to experience the life story of another character After all that is over, another 25% of the book consists of stories and fables that the main char Roughly 60% of this book is backstory I don t mean exposition in the prose and dialogue that, when pieced together, provides a background for the character I mean that after the first chapter, the book literally backs up and tells the life story of the main character Finally, about 80 pages later, the story resumes For about a page Then, we get to experience the life story of another character After all that is over, another 25% of the book consists of stories and fables that the main character tells or collects The remainder is devoted to world buil One of the most remarkable and unique fantasy books I ve read in a while, Shadowbridge is about a watery world where a giant bridge goes on forever, branching off into different spans and spirals, held together by an unknown magic and the whim of the Edgeworld gods No one knows where it ends, or if it does in fact end, or even how it came to be There is some land islands, hills suddenly appearing but the people on the Shadowbridge care nothing for how their food gets to the market, or why One of the most remarkable and unique fantasy books I ve read in a while, Shadowbridge is about a watery world where a giant bridge goes on forever, branching off into different spa 2.5 to 3.0 stars This is a tough one to review because of all the potentially great things about this book The problem is that, with rare exceptions, the potential was never realized BRIEF SYNOPSIS The story concerns a young shadow puppeteer, Leodora, who travels the world of Shadowbridge performing stories for audiences based on the myths and legends of the world Shadowbridge itself is a huge series of bridges each span individually named and having a different culture THE GOODGregor 2.5 to 3.0 stars This is a tough one to review because of all the potentially great things about this book The problem is that, with rare exceptions, the potential was never realized BRIEF SYNOPSIS The story concerns a young shadow puppeteer, Leodora, who travels the world of Sha

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