[Ebook] The Unspoken Name By A.K. Larkwood – Avshao.info

The Unspoken Name What If You Knew How And When You Will Die Csorwe Does She Will Climb The Mountain, Enter The Shrine Of The Unspoken, And Gain The Most Honored Title SacrificeBut On The Day Of Her Foretold Death, A Powerful Mage Offers Her A New Fate Leave With Him, And Live Turn Away From Her Destiny And Her God To Become A Thief, A Spy, An Assassin The Wizard S Loyal Sword Topple An Empire, And Help Him Reclaim His Seat Of PowerBut Csorwe Will Soon Learn Gods Remember, And If You Live Long Enough, All Debts Come Due

About the Author: A.K. Larkwood

A K Larkwood is a science fiction and fantasy writer and enthusiast She studied English at St John s College, Cambridge She has worked in higher education media relations, and is now studying law She lives in Oxford, England, with her wife and a cat.

10 thoughts on “The Unspoken Name

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    ARC provided by the publisher Tor UK in exchange for an honest review.4.5 5 stars The Unspoken Name is a terrifically written debut that merged science fiction, space opera, and high fantasy into one inventive book that s incredibly suitable for SFF enthusiast.One look into the striking cover art by Billelis, and I already wanted to speak about this book My urge to read this book increased when both Nicholas Eames t

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    me, screaming I will go down with this friend shipWhere has this queer high fantasy book been all my life Kai is shooketh.I wish I knew where to start There are so many aspects of this book that filled me with pure joy frenemies, world building, characters, twists, diversity No hard feelings Ugh.I m going to start with the one thing that could have been improved the pacing Overall, this is a finely plotted story It spans ov

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    4.5 STARS Unspoken and Unspeakable One, Knight of Abyss, Overseer of the Eaten Worlds, praise and reverence unto your Chosen Bride May she intercede for us What an exceptional debut The Unspoken Name is difficult to summarize the story is an ambitious blend of epic high fantasy and space opera science fiction, which will tickle the fancy of fans of both tremendously From the very beginning, I got the vibe that this book would be the lov

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    A heroine rejects honorable martyrdom for a life of debauchery and lawlessness and joins the villain s side SAY NO MORE AND TAKE MY MONEY

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    YAASSSS Thank you so much, Tor, for my ARC This story sounds incredible and I will definitely be picking it up super soon Original Tor, continuing to bring heavy fantasy game in 2020 This sounds EPIC

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    A K Larkwood s The Unspoken Name is among the most creative, exciting, and brilliantly told epic fantasy novels I ve read It is an immersive experience that grabbed my attention early on, then grew at a staggering rate until I found myself being launched through fantastic worlds, meeting wonderful characters, and caught in a magnetic prose that left me spellbound Larkwood has a tremendous talent for building upon the best parts of what makes fantasy great an

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    Tor must have heard me begging the gods for a high fantasy novel written by a woman because my prayers have been answered Not only is this book so unlike anything I ve ever read, it s incredibly well done I speak as someone who hasn t read a ton of high fantasy though Csorwe s story is one that will stay with me for a while and I highly recommend you all preorder this one special thanks to Tor for sending me an arc of this in exchange for an honest review

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    Larkwood has filled The Unspoken Name with some absolutely amazing stuff and the star of the show is Csorwe, a teenage Orc girl raised from birth to be a sacrificial virgin for a god who dwells in a deep cave among revenants the undead On almost a lark at the moment she alone enters the dark cave as the chosen bride of the Unspoken one, she runs off with a visiting wizard and becomes his apprentice for years on end But the mountain where the monastery is happens to be but a small corne

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    I was sent this book as an advance copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. Coming up with a way to first introduce The Unspoken Name in a review is, at the very least, complicated This is a novel with many layers and many aspects that cohabit peacefully with one another, and to put focus on one before the others would be to build wrongful expectations for what is the end result.and there I tricked you by giving you what I feel li

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