Windwitch

Windwitch Sometimes our enemies are also our only allies After an explosion destroys his ship the world believes Prince Merik Windwitch is dead Scarred yet alive Merik is determined to prove his sister s tr

  • Title: Windwitch
  • Author: Susan Dennard
  • ISBN: 9780765379306
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sometimes our enemies are also our only allies After an explosion destroys his ship, the world believes Prince Merik, Windwitch, is dead Scarred yet alive, Merik is determined to prove his sister s treachery Upon reaching the royal capital, crowded with refugees, he haunts the streets, fighting for the weak which leads to whispers of a disfigured demigod, the Fury, who bSometimes our enemies are also our only allies After an explosion destroys his ship, the world believes Prince Merik, Windwitch, is dead Scarred yet alive, Merik is determined to prove his sister s treachery Upon reaching the royal capital, crowded with refugees, he haunts the streets, fighting for the weak which leads to whispers of a disfigured demigod, the Fury, who brings justice to the oppressed.When the Bloodwitch Aeduan discovers a bounty on Iseult, he makes sure to be the first to find her yet in a surprise twist, Iseult offers him a deal She will return money stolen from him, if he locates Safi Now they must work together to cross the Witchlands, while constantly wondering, who will betray whom first After a surprise attack and shipwreck, Safi and the Empress of Marstok barely escape with their lives Alone in a land of pirates, every moment balances on a knife s edge especially when the pirates next move could unleash war upon the Witchlands.

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      Susan Dennard has come a long way from small town Georgia With a masters degree in marine biology, she got to travel the world six out of seven continents, to be exact she ll get to Asia one of these days before she settled down as a full time novelist and writing instructor.She is the author of the New York Times bestselling Truthwitch and Windwitch as well as the Something Strange Deadly series When not writing, she can be found slaying darkspawn on her Xbox or earning bruises at the dojo.You can learn about Susan on her website, blog, newsletter, Twitter, or Pinterest.

    380 thoughts on “Windwitch

    • “The holiest always have the farthest to fall.” Merik Nihar is dead.Yes, that's right. Admiral Merik Nihar, the Prince of Nubrevna, the Windwitch with the infamous temper, died in a horrible fashion. Except he did not. Forgotten and broken, physically and emotionally, he crosses the filthy streets of Nubrevna, streets filled with the famished and the poor, he seeks revenge against those who wronged him and lets his wrath guide him, only to discover black tendrils and smoke, and a greater dar [...]


    • 2.5 STARSThose of you who follow my reviews regularly know that Truthwitch was one of my favorite reads last year and main protagonists Safiya & Merik even made it to my top favorite ships of 2016. To say that I was super excited to read sequel, would be an understatement. I simply could not wait to get my hands on Windwitch. So imagine my disappointment when it did not meet my expectationsAlmost everything that I loved in the first book (Safi/Iseult interactions, Safi/Merik banters and chem [...]


    • I loved this addition to the series but it didn't quite match my obsession with Truthwitch. It felt like the forward progression of the story stalled a bit. But with that being said, I can tell a lot of new foundations were laid in this book and I CANNOT WAIT for the next book! Video review to come.


    • This book felt a bit like the Falling Kingdoms series in that there are so many different characters and stories going that everyone only gets a little bit of progress in the book overall (which definitely isn't a bad thing). There were a lot of POVs in this story, but I didn't particularly care as much about Merik's transformation into the Fury or Vivia's struggles. And I wasn't too into Safi's story, but still adore her as a character. So much sass. But I LOVED every part with Iseult and Aedua [...]


    • Buddy-read with the loveliest VeraActual rating: 4.5 stars“Though we are safe with our friends near, we are safest with our enemies nearer.” Wow, what an emotional ride this book was! I honestly must admit that mostly all my expectation about this book were based on Aeduan/Iseult relationship. And when I found out they will have shared chapters in this part, my joy was limitless. But, oh boy, this book had a couple of more surprises in store for me.First of all, the world-building became wid [...]


    • ❝The holiest always have the farthest to fall.❞Well that was a disappointment. Truthwitch was one of my favorite books of 2016 and I was already anticipating Windwitch before I even got through the first book. It was one of the first books I read last year and the wait for the second book was unbearable! But sadly, this was not what I was expecting. :( I expected fast-paced, action-filled storylines but instead we got quite the opposite. Everything that I came to love in Truthwitch was nonex [...]


    • WOW. Susan, you have outdone yourself. I loved Truthwitch, but THIS BOOK has far surpassed book one. The characters. The drama. The intense, high stakes mixed in with the mystery and the world-building, and the "my heart hurts from this book" andgood grief. I am so impressed!!Dying for book 3. I NEED IT NOW, SOOZ!!! So proud of you!!


    • This is going to be a short review because I didn't like it too much and there is nothing much to say. I'm really happy for those that liked or loved the book. There is nothing like loving what you read For me this sequel just wasn't for me. I liked the first one good enough BUT I just couldn't really get into this one. I love Iseult and Aeduon! I was hoping to read more about them. I loved little Owl and since I'm not going to read any more of the series, one of my friends will have to tell me [...]


    • 3.5 “There were advantages to being a dead man.” stars “Why do you hold a razor in one hand?So men remember that I am sharp as any edge.And why do you hold broken glass in the other?So men remember that I am always watching.” The problem I sometimes face with multiple PoV books is that sometimes it feels like nothing is happening. Wait just let me explain. Windwitch starts out with a bunch of dire things happening and for the first few pages it felt intense, like super intense and it was [...]


    • A three and a half to four stars to a great sequel. Windwitch took me to an eventful trip back to the Witchlands. As Alexandra Bracken has said, this is a world that I would want to inhabit forever.This novel jumps back in where the first book ended if not a bit farther into the future. All four main characters: Safi, Iseult, Merik, and Aeduan, are separated creating a multi-perspective narration for the readers with one more character added. As the subplot for each character progressed, I dived [...]


    • 1.) Truthwitch ★★★★★One of my goals for 2017 was to DNF books, instead of forcing myself to finish them, but I didn't expect to utilize that goal so soon, especially when I gave Truthwitch five stars.DNF @ 50% This is so god-awfully boring, I'm bribing myself with rewards every 5%. Also, I can smell an unnecessary romance/love triangle happening, and I'm not in the mood for a romantic lead to become a villain (I know SJM is this author's best friend, but still). I thought this series w [...]


    • 3.5 stars.***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***Windwitch by Susan DennardBook Two of The Witchlands seriesPublisher: Tor TeenPublication Date: January 10, 2017Rating: 4 starsSource: ARC sent by the publisherSummary (from ):Sometimes our enemies are also our only allies…After an explosion destroys his ship, the world believes Prince Merik, Windwitch, is dead. Scarred yet alive, Merik is determined to prove his sister’s treachery. Upon reaching the royal capital, crowded with refugee [...]



    • Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsWINDWITCH picks up pretty closely where TRUTHWITCH left off, which is to say, it hits the ground running. As you should recall, the first book ended rather explosively, so we're dealing with the (almost) immediate aftermath. Merik, a broken shadow of himself, is newly arrived to Nubrevna (b/c death wish, as far as I can tell), and Safi and Iseult are for all intents and purposes at opposite ends of their world, with only their flashy-when-in-danger stones connecting them. [...]


    • 3.5"The holiest always have the farthest to fall."•Windwitch was, to put it simply, better than Truthwitch in some respects, and worse in others, and many of the things I said about Truthwitch are true for this book as well. I still don't like, for instance, the way Dennard writes her action sequences, which I can't follow to save my life, I find them so confusing and distracting, and sometimes even somewhat too long. I still am waiting for the plot to get serious, because I'd like to see, aft [...]


    • So although I despised Truthwitch, I'm probably going to read this still because I still so badly want to know more about Iseult and to see if I start enjoying this series any better because it has so much potential. BUT WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE ABOUT MERICK. I FUCKING HATED MERICK, HE WAS THE WORST CHARACTER IN THE ENTIRE CAST OF CHARACTERS


    • HAHHAHAH why did I read Truthwitch right after BEA?!? This doesn't come out until 2017 HAHAHHA KILL ME NOW. But ALSO Truthwitch was amazing!!!! SOOOOOcally I will be rereading Truthwitch a shit ton of times before this book even comes out!!!!


    • Originally posted on Super Space Chick:Personal Thoughts: Truthwitch by Susan Dennard was one of my favorite books of 2015 (I was lucky enough to read it early thanks to sprinting to the Tor booth on the first day of BEA) so obviously, I was feeling super hyped about reading Windwitch which is the second book in the Witchlands series. It was one of my most anticipated releases for 2017 (I feel like I might say this a lot but I swear it’s true! I just get really excited about new books, OKAY) a [...]


    • “Why do you hold a razor in one hand?So men remember that I am sharp as any edge.And why do you hold broken glass in the other?So men remember that I am always watching.”The StoryThis book was both beautiful and terrifying as each of our witch’s lives are torn apart and transformed in the sequel to Truthwitch. Dennard expands on the world that she brought us previously and each character’s story unfolds to show more power and depth than we would have expected from an already vibrant stor [...]


    • Second Book Syndrome, I spot you.I feel so conflicted about Windwitch. It was one of my most anticipated sequels but it just didn't live up to my expectations, albeit not being a bad book per se.The first book had me hooked for several reasons. Those, however, disappeared in the sequel. A fast-paced plot? Negative. Safi and Iseult kicking ass together? Negative. Safi and Merik banter? Negative. Albeit offering an entertaining storyline and some extras like an LGBTQ+ character, Windwitch was clea [...]


    • This book was intense! The author really, really pushes her characters & shows them no mercy.You must read Truthwitch before you will understand what is going on in this book.Windwitch carries the series forward with 3 different stories: - Merrik, the Windwitch, as he tries to find proof that his sister tried to have him assassinated. - Safi, the Truthwitch, who is with the Empress of Marstok when their journey is sabotaged. - Iseult, the Threadwitch, who is trying to get to Safi, while she [...]


    • 3.5I really have enjoyed this series so far. The first I loved and this one sets up for the third book really well. Really excited to see where these characters go because there were some pairs to team up that I did not see coming based on book one!



    • This book was so FREAKING beautiful!! Wow, just Wow! I didn't expect to love it so much! Truthwitch was good, a great start, even if I had few problems with the first 100/150 pages, but after that the story had flown by. But THIS one! Where do I even start? It was well written, with an amazing story and multiple POVs; all the characters were fantastic and all of them had an incredible character development; the friendship between Safi and Iseult is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen "Threa [...]


    • Beautiful cover. If we are going on the focused characters, I'm so not dropping this.I want Aeduan's book so much. Please.


    • What a disappointment. I was truly looking forward to this sequel to the YA fantasy, Truthwitch, which I really enjoyed last year.Despite the first book's many flaws, I was able to overlook the poor plot structure, minimal world building, and characters that made stupid decisions simply because it was entertaining. I don't think people can quite explain why they like those cheesy action movies that have nothing to boast, quality wise - they're just super fun to watch.That's how I felt about the [...]


    • The second book in The Witchlands Series, Windwitch, will completely shock and surprise readers in the absolute best of ways. The book has a slightly different tone from the first and takes the reader deeper into the fantastical world that has been introduced in Truthwitch. This story begins to give the series the feel of an epic saga, as it contains various points of view, characters, and subplots. There are numerous diverse characters as well in Windwitch, making this book both interesting and [...]


    • Such a fantastic and amazing sequel!! I love how the plot has expanded, punctuated with shocking twists, making it even more exciting and captivating to read. Susan Dennard has such a lovely writing style, her descriptions intricate and lively, that makes reading the story even more smooth and pleasurable. Again the characterisations are so in-depth and I love so many characters, both old and new ones. But my all-time favourite pairing is definitely Aeduan and Iseult. I practically swooned and s [...]


    • I'm so glad I liked this one more than the first. I think the shift in focus really lent to my enjoyment, and I just thought that it did more for the world building and plot development. I've seen where people don't think a lot happens in this book, but I'd disagree. So much changes and grows and is expanded. The characters have developed so much more and their situations have really been fleshed out. I wasn't the biggest fan of Truthwitch, but I'm definitely on board for Windwitch and the rest [...]


    • THAT COVER!! But oh, there is a problem. "Windwitch continues the tale begun in Truthwitch, with a focus on Merik."Guess who hates Merik? Yes, it's me.


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