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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst free read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ô Andrea K. Höst April 2015 reread Medair was one of the titles I included in my last Top Ten Tuesday post and that made me want to reread it so I did Such a good readFebruary 2014 review Originally posted hereHaving previously loved Andrea K Höst's sci fi novels And All the Stars and the Touchstone trilogy I picked up her Meda

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst April 2019 re read I can't believe it's been seven years since I first read MEDAIR I still remember I was waiting

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst During the holidays I finally found time to read Medair which I had been braced against a bit even though I've much enjoyed all the

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    free read Medair Medair #1 2 Andrea K. Höst ô 9 characters free read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ô Andrea K. Höst Medair is one of those rare books where I felt like someone could knock me out and induce amnesia so that I can read the b

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst I rated this duo a lot lower than most of the other reviewers because the first book ends on a cliffhanger leading to the second book when it would have been better served to combine both into one longer book In that context I think the second book was such a hot mess that it ended up downplaying the strengths of the firstIt is a c

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst Andrea K. Höst ô 9 characters free read Medair Medair #1 2 One thing you have to understand is that almost everything Andrea K Host writes is my fetish In her books Host likes combining a level headed heroine interesting magic system a stoic hero and a often a philosophic

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst Andrea K. Höst ô 9 characters free read Medair Medair #1 2 This was the first of Host's novels that I read and I just finished reading it again yesterday as a refresher for this review I've re

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst free read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ô Andrea K. Höst free read Medair Medair #1 2 35This duology was enjoyable but a bit confusing for me I enjoyed the first book The silence of Medair immensely It had great and credible world building the idea of Heralds with their satchels was fascinating and I loved the idea that the heroine was not a hero but simply a loyal Imperial messenger driven to desperation What a heartbreaking and intriguing place to pick up a story the complete failure of an everyday pers

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    PDF DOWNLOAD Medair Medair #1 2 Ç Andrea K. Höst This is two novels in one except it isn't really as the two read like halves of a whole rather than as two separate stories It's one story about hatred forgiveness forbearance and I did love reading it I docked it one star because I did get bogged down in fantasy conventions a few times mainly far too many made up words and the ending threw me rather but don't let that put you off This is a book very much wo

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free read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ô Andrea K. Höst Andrea K. Höst ô 9 characters free read Medair Medair #1 2 Empire There is no magic no artefact no enchanted trinket which can undo the pastBut no matter how Medair wishes to hide from the conseuences of her failure there are those who will not allow her the luxury of denying the present Her war is already lost but she carries weapons which could change the course of new battlesWith the skirmishes of war beginning and hunter. Medair is one of those rare books where I felt like someone could knock me out and induce amnesia so that I can read the book all over again The experience was beyond pleasant and I liked how the author surprised me through the plot twists in the story On that note it might just be me because I put in effort not to try and anticipate what would happen next but immerse myself in the story Hey That s what escapism is all about yeah So it depends what gets you going the pleasure of a novel experience vs getting a kick out of knowing your predictions came true I liked both The Silence of Medair and The Voice of the Lost simply because the length was just right Not too lengthy and it ended just at the right spot for the fantasy to continue its course in my own head The story also gives me a deep sense of nostalgia 500 years passed and what s left behind I like how the story started by capitalizing on Medair s failure and Andrea K Host did not hesitate to let us know how much she regrets her mistake though I suppose if she developed a psychological disorder like PTSD or perhaps suffers from repression that manifests itself in a million tiny weird uirks would make her traumatic experience realistic But her honesty to being a coward was real enough for me I also like how secretive Medair had to be and how a particular male protagonist had subtly attempted to uncover her mystery I would say that the character development was mainly emphasized on Medair and it did suggest that the author put in a lot of thought when writing the book The language use was excellent as well I don t really appreciate what other authors do to make ancientfantasy folk talk or behave like today s modern Hollywood I like the subtle romance between the characters and I appreciate the cultural differences between Farakkians humans and the Ibisians white skinned blue spine humanoid beings I appreciate the effort she put into creating this alien race didn t really mention if they were from outer spaceI also like the ending It was one of those too much to ask for but the author made it happen type Probably the only unreal thing I believe existed in this unreal world Did I give too much hint What I didn t like 1 Not enough physical action be it at self defense violence or in war2 A time difference of 500 years would warrant A WHOLE LOT of changes than what the author described albeit they were relevant ie emergence of new Gods and the disappearance of some old lands3 Where did the Hoard even came from once you ve read the book you ll know

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free read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ô Andrea K. Höst Andrea K. Höst ô 9 characters free read Medair Medair #1 2 S in near pursuit it is her conscience Medair cannot escape Whose side should she be on What is she really running fromFrom the Aurealis Awards judges' report You can read Silence of Medair for its strong conflicted heroine its playful subversion of fantasy tropes or its deep detailed analysis of the nature of racism If not just read it for the beautifully crafted pro. 35This duology was enjoyable but a bit confusing for me I enjoyed the first book The silence of Medair immensely It had great and credible world building the idea of Heralds with their satchels was fascinating and I loved the idea that the heroine was not a hero but simply a loyal Imperial messenger driven to desperation What a heartbreaking and intriguing place to pick up a story the complete failure of an everyday person in her attempt to save all that she knew due to an ill fated twist of magic I really liked that the set up allowed Host to ask interesting uestions about hanging onto the wounds and prejudices of the past and whether you can hate a culture that has become your own However the reason I have reservations in my love for the Medair duology is twofold I felt that it started like an adventure fantasy but the second book ended like a love story While I was somewhat satisfied with the emotional arc that Medair went through and the resolution of her relationships I was frustrated because I felt like it just ended with And they lived mostly happily ever after I wanted the world is left in a pretty messed up state and I would have liked to have seen some resolution there Which highlights my second point Host made some pretty strange choices in plotting the direciton of the story What starts as an interestingly twisted fantasy gets twisted and then twisted again and then twisted again so that they story was somewhat random and almost out of shape Again it allowed Host to ask and explore interesting uestions would your life be different or better if you didn t let other people s opinions shape your self worth but I felt like the author was pulling random levers than taking me on a carefully plotted joureny with Medair and that was at times uncomfortable Don t let my reservations stop you from reading these books though I did enjoy and would definitely recommend it as an entertaining and truely interesting take on a fantasy story but I didn t enjoy it as much as the later Touchstone series which had just as many twists but was maybe better plotted I plan to continue reading Andrea Host s catalogue since I have enjoyed the interesting stories she tells

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free read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ô Andrea K. Höst Andrea K. Höst ô 9 characters free read Medair Medair #1 2 The complete epic fantasy Medair duology containing the Aurealis Awards finalist The Silence of Medair and the heart rending conclusion Voice of the LostTime stole VictoryMedair an Rynstar returned too late to drive back the Ibisian invasion Centuries too lateWhen friend and enemy have become the same thing what use are the weapons Medair planned to use to protect her. April 2019 re read I can t believe it s been seven years since I first read MEDAIR I still remember I was waiting for a friend while reading the final chapter and hoping she would be late because I Could Not Put It DownYep just as good the second time around Original review I probably do sound like a bit of a broken record when it comes to Andrea K H st but I have fallen in love with pretty much all of her booksMEDAIR has adventure magic and love with a healthy dollop of angst and I was drawn into Medair s world from the start I loved the premise of what happens if the heroine fails to save the world combined with the Sleeping Beauty spin Medair emerges from her version of an enchanted sleep half a century after the war The world is much changed and the battles and Medair herself are part of history but for her it was only yesterday when the country was on the verge of warPerhaps a tad too much time was spent revisiting the debate on right v wrong and the grey areas in between however that didn t stop me from being completely immersed in Medair s story and wondering how it could all end happily The intricate world building and the examination of complex cultures was an added bonus And gosh the ending it was a surprise but not uite a surprise at the same time In hindsight the seeds were laid throughout the book and I don t think the ending could have worked any other wayYes I loved this one

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  • Medair Medair #1 2
  • Andrea K. Höst
  • English
  • 14 February 2020
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