Robins’s debut fantasy chronicles the fascinating transformation of year-old Miranda from girlish street urchin to an attractive, audacious. Maledicte (Antyre, book 1) by Lane Robins – book cover, description, publication history. There’s not much I can say about Lane Robins, author of “Maledicte”. As far as I can tell, she doesn’t have a website or blog yet, and about all.
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You did a great job criticed the book, mr. I read the book and I agree with everything you said. It is such a beautiful novel.
Mal is such a complex character. Robins will write a sequel since there’re some questions were left unanswered. Lane Robins is currently working on the sequel to Maledicte. I thought you would like to know!
Robins will be on the First Author Panel at 11 a. Go to our library’s website www. I’m glad you liked the book and I very much appreciate the info on the sequel. I’m glad that Ms.
Robins is working on another Maledicte book and I can’t wait to check it out. Robert, I found this site searching for…. It is funny, as I have just finished Mal’s breathtaking struggle between love and vengeance, by n by a fan of Gilly! I do it now without thought.
Maledicte (Antyre, book 1) by Lane Robins
This is why I have booked marked you, I find I will be able to check out your sight and get a true insight on author and book, and ready away, Thank You. Actually, she does have a site. As do many of us. But yeah–She is, as someone else pointed out, maledcte up a sequel to Maledicte, and is also working on a new series under the name of Lynne Lnae.
Rob, thanks for stopping by! I’m glad that Lane has a website now–very nicely done btw: I’m definitely looking forward to the Maledicte sequel as well as her other series! I thought the book was completely amazing. Robuns was a poignant look into the obessive feelings that all sentient beings are driven to madness for. I found myself thinking during this book, something that is so hard to come by in today’s literature.
Maledicte by Lane Robins – Penguin Books Australia
It brings you that amazing trance of good literature that you hate to break. The characters each burning with their own flame, their own rlbins, and yet, all sharing the same feelings, in differing strengths and varying willingness to act upon them.
Roins in all, an amazing read. I loved your review it was straight to the amazing point of the book! Interview with David Anthony Durham “Necroscope: Monday, May 21, For a book that is driven primarily by its characters and their interactions with one another, there were some issues that I had with the characterizaton. Truthfully, mqledicte difficult to discern who all of the major players are at first, since the rohins jump around so haphazardly in the beginning, and this could be a problem for readers starting the book, though thankfully it gets better as the novel progresses.
I also felt that certain motives and actions of other characters could have been better explained, providing greater effect to the emotionalism that the story is trying to convey.
With so much focus on the characters, what about the rest of the book? Of the larger world, only the foreign kingdom of Itarus and the uncivilized Explorations are touched upon, and these just slightly, while even the gods — Baxit, Ani, Naga, Espit, Haith — have little mythos revealed about them despite their relevance to the story. Even minor details like the description inside a house or palace, or the layout of the city is practically nonexistent, which can be detrimental lsne the robis at certain moments.
Ma,edicte far as the prose, Ms. Sure, it’s no Kushiel novel or ” The Count of Monte Cristo “, but for a debut, ” Maledicte ” is respectable and showcases potential, especially in the case of the talented, up-and-coming author Ms. Robins who I think will have a lot more to say in future releases…. Newer Post Older Post Home. Copyright Fantasy Book Critic.