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On is once again cast out by his adopted tribe he discovers a shape shifter like himself someone who seems to know exactly what he is who promises that Moon will be welcomed into his community What this stranger doesn't tell Moon is that his presence will t. There are books where shapeshifters take spotlight but not like this Raksura flying shapeshifters feel like uniue specie with their own culture way of reproduction and hierarchy that isn t based on humans That goes for the rest of the world as well although worldbuilding is done in broad strokes without forming coherent picture While it lacks big picture it has bunch of small details that add to it Like Raksura themselves it s alien world that doesn t correlate to ours In the age scale I would place this book in new adult shelf That is age of protagonist in Raksura age there is casual mentions of sex and procreation and there are some darker moments that is normal for YA genre but it s still miles away from grimdark Unfortunately that makes this book s biggest sin less forgivableBig problem for me where some very naive and childish moments Especially regarding main antagonists Fell There was so much potential there but author decided to make them stereotypical villains And what is worse is that she keeps reminding you of that ever so often pulls at sleeve Remember how evil those treacherous Fell Well they are cannibals toopulls at sleeve again Remember how evil those treacherous cannibal Fell are Well there is I m not asking for a lot just characters that have motivations other than malice 34 stars overall but it could have been eaily Ty jesteś moje imię exactly what he is who promises that Moon will be welcomed into his community What this stranger doesn't tell Moon is that his presence will t. There are books where shapeshifters take spotlight but not like this Raksura flying shapeshifters feel like uniue specie with their own culture way of reproduction and hierarchy that isn t based on humans That goes for the rest of the world as well although worldbuilding is done in broad strokes without forming coherent picture While it lacks big picture it has bunch of small details that add to it Like Raksura themselves it s alien world that doesn t correlate to ours In the age scale I would place this book in new adult shelf That is age of protagonist in Raksura age there is casual mentions of sex and procreation and there are some darker moments that is normal for YA genre but it s still miles away from grimdark Unfortunately that makes this book s biggest sin less forgivableBig problem for me where some very naive and childish moments Especially regarding main antagonists Fell There was so much potential there but author decided to make them stereotypical villains And what is worse is that she keeps reminding you of that The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy ever so often pulls at sleeve Remember how Complete Amber Sourcebook evil those treacherous Fell Well they are cannibals toopulls at sleeve again Remember how Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet evil those treacherous cannibal Fell are Well there is I m not asking for a lot just characters that have motivations other than malice 34 stars overall but it could have been Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, eaily

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Moon has spent his life hiding what he is a shape shifter able to transform himself into a winged creature of flight An orphan with only vague memories of his own kind Moon tries to fit in among the tribes of his river valley with mixed success Just as Mo. First thing that I noticed about this book was it s cover It is so beautiful and I had to read what was the story behind this cover I am glad that I did not let the average rating of 396 deter me because the story behind this cover was eually beautiful and mesmerizing Moon is an outcast trying to hide his true identity He is different and ever since he realized that he was trying to find people like him but failing miserably at his attempt One day the people with whom he was living came to know what he and they poisoned him Somehow he managed to escape only to meet someone like him who took him in and thus began a journey into a world which truly amazingI loved this story from the PoV of an outcast who has to show that he was loyal to his own kind It didn t help that Indigo Cloud the colony he wanted to be a part of was going through some serious tough times but also was Matriarchal and he was brought in to be a consort to the younger ueen while there was an older ueen who was not yet ready to give up her throne At every step Moon was doubted and tested but these hurdles only made Moon stronger and confident of himselfThe world building of this story is simply awesome I haven t encountered anything like this before and this is so original to me Different races and how they rule and work to keep themselves in existence was explained in detail which only added to the sheer beauty of this storyI was pleasantly surprised by this book because in less than 300 pages it gave me something that I haven t read before Highly recommended Zawieszenie niewiary ever since he realized that he was trying to find people like him but failing miserably at his attempt One day the people with whom he was living came to know what he and they poisoned him Somehow he managed to Healing Sex escape only to meet someone like him who took him in and thus began a journey into a world which truly amazingI loved this story from the PoV of an outcast who has to show that he was loyal to his own kind It didn t help that Indigo Cloud the colony he wanted to be a part of was going through some serious tough times but also was Matriarchal and he was brought in to be a consort to the younger ueen while there was an older ueen who was not yet ready to give up her throne At Spark (Stronger, every step Moon was doubted and tested but these hurdles only made Moon stronger and confident of himselfThe world building of this story is simply awesome I haven t Wonder Woman and Philosophy encountered anything like this before and this is so original to me Different races and how they rule and work to keep themselves in Sozialismus Und Kapitalistische Gesellschaftsordnung existence was Sponsor. Tom 1 (Sponsor, explained in detail which only added to the sheer beauty of this storyI was pleasantly surprised by this book because in less than 300 pages it gave me something that I haven t read before Highly recommended

Martha Wells ✓ 2 Summary

Ip the balance of power that his extraordinary lineage is crucial to the colony's survival and that his people face extinction at the hands of the dreaded Fell Now Moon must overcome a lifetime of conditioning in order to save and himself and his newfound k. Martha Wells just fixed herself firmly on my list of favourite authors Her Murderbot series put her on my list and this new to me series confirms itShe earned five stars straight away for the magnificent world building Then there was a wonderful magic system And finally the totally imaginative characters in particular the Raksura who slightly resemble shape shifting dragons only slightly though They are actually much much betterThe story opens with the main character Moon who is like a bird that has fallen out of its nest He is different from every other creature he meets and has no idea what he is Over the years he has learned that other races are suspicious of him and he keeps his shape shifting secret When he meets another of his kind his whole world changes and initially it seems it my not be for the betterThe story is action packed Raksura fight like dragons and there is a lot of claw and scale action and the ripping off of heads The bad guys are called the Fell and they are very bad It is all good fun This first book is complete in itself and finishes satisfactorily but with Moon about to enter the next stage of his life in book 2 Very nicely done altogether and I have the next book ready and waiting Identity extraordinary lineage is crucial to the colony's survival and that his people face Cenote extinction at the hands of the dreaded Fell Now Moon must overcome a lifetime of conditioning in order to save and himself and his newfound k. Martha Wells just fixed herself firmly on my list of favourite authors Her Murderbot series put her on my list and this new to me series confirms itShe Sottomissione earned five stars straight away for the magnificent world building Then there was a wonderful magic system And finally the totally imaginative characters in particular the Raksura who slightly resemble shape shifting dragons only slightly though They are actually much much betterThe story opens with the main character Moon who is like a bird that has fallen out of its nest He is different from The Isles enter the next stage of his life in book 2 Very nicely done altogether and I have the next book ready and waiting

  • ebook
  • 300
  • The Cloud Roads
  • Martha Wells
  • English
  • 12 October 2018
  • 9781597803038

About the Author: Martha Wells

Martha Wells has written many fantasy novels including The Books of the Raksura series beginning with The Cloud Roads the Ile Rien series including The Death of the Necromancer as well as YA fantasy novels short stories media tie ins for Star Wars and Stargate Atlantis and non fiction Her most recent fantasy novel is The Harbors of the Sun in 2017 the final novel in The Books of the



10 thoughts on “The Cloud Roads

  1. says:

    This book was a total surprise It didn't really look all that interesting to me based on the jacket copy stock story possible last of his kind looking for a place to belong etc But where other stories end last of his kind finds a place is pr

  2. says:

    First thing that I noticed about this book was it's cover It is so beautiful and I had to read what was the story behind this cover I am glad that I did not let the average rating of 396 deter me because the story behind this cover was euall

  3. says:

    Tired of the orphan's heroic uest as he ventures into the world to discover himself and claim his birthright? Don't give up yet Wells has managed a satisfying twist on an old trope by creating species and setting that feel uite alien Cloud Roads is certainly one of the most original fantasy worlds I've read in months and the steadfast plot provides familiarity when navigating the strange races of the Three Worlds Moon knows he is

  4. says:

    Sentient non humans belonging issues and matriarchy Just wowWhenever I stumble upon books whose authors create original worlds without referring to the ever same mythologies or legends I grant them additional points at the start Having read the City of Bones I know that Ms Wells' worldbuilding is nonpareil and the Raksura

  5. says:

    4 stars objectively5 stars for enjoymentThe audio is superbly read by Christopher Kipiniak and I enjoyed every moment of this rerea

  6. says:

    There are books where shapeshifters take spotlight but not like this Raksura flying shapeshifters feel like uniue specie with their own culture way of reproduction and hierarchy that isn't based on humans That goes for the rest of the world as well although worldbuilding is done in broad strokes without forming

  7. says:

    Final rating 55 stars He spoke the thought that had become increasingly obvious all day long with every interaction he had had “I don’t belong here” Stone made a derisive noise “You’re afraid you don’t belong here There’s a difference” This book is the prime example of how to do world building If there is something

  8. says:

    Martha Wells just fixed herself firmly on my list of favourite authors Her Murderbot series put her on my list and this new to me series conf

  9. says:

    If you are tired of epic fantasy full of tropes in used to death medieval setting and want an original immersive world full of magic and wondrous creatures – read this book The only thing that comes close to relating this experience is wat

  10. says:

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum making good on my promise to go back and read The Books for the Raksura from the beginning I decide

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