The Winter Oak

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 ePUB Author ✓ James A. Hetley ☆ – johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • The Winter Oak
  • James A. Hetley
  • English
  • 17 December 2017
  • 0441012558

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      The Winter Oak
Maureen Pierce has embraced her magical heritage But before she can settle down with her new love Pendragon warrior Brian Albion she must face the sorceress she believed was vanquished forever. Read The Winter Oak By James A. Hetley – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “ The Winter Oak

  1. PJ Who Once Was Peejay says:

    The conclusion to the story begun in The Summer Country I found it just as satisfying.

  2. JoyfulK says:

    A satisfying sequel to The Summer Country and has caused me to re read DeLint because I can t readHetley.

  3. Crymsyn Hart says:

    I only read it since I had already finished book 1 It was better in the first one but the Pendragon side plot just seemed to be thrown in as an after thought just to remind us that Brian was a part of them I like some of the aspects of the magic and the Celtic lore to the story.However, for my taste, there was just too many points of view in this one Maybe if the book had been a little longer Or they just combined book 1 2 because it almost seemed like the books were split from one lon I only read it since I had already finished book 1 It was better in the first one but the Pendragon side plot just seemed to be thrown in as an after thought just to remind us tha...

  4. Robert Beveridge says:

    James Hetley, The Winter Oak Ace, 2004 A few months ago, I was quite impressed with The Summer Country, James Hetley s first novel Would that I could say the same about its sequel, The Winter Oak It does not, however, hold up its end of the bargain.The book takes place not long after the end of The Summer Country Jo and Doug have gone back to the mundane world to try and convince everyone back there that everyone s still alive they ve all been gone two months Fiona plots revenge Brian an James Hetley, The Winter Oak Ace, 2004 A few months ago, I was quite impressed with The Summer Country, James Hetley s first novel Would that I could say the same about its sequel, The Winter Oak It does not, however, hold up its end of the bargain.The book takes place not long after the end of The Summer Country Jo and Doug have gone back to the mundane world to try and convince everyone back there that everyone s still alive they ve all b...

  5. Lindz-o says:

    2.75 stars islike it I thought this sequel was well paced and it kept my interest, but it didn t have the same draw that the first book did, probably because primary protagonist Maureen doesn t have the same triumphant change as she does in The Summer Country This time it s other characters that evolve and realize their abilities I was a bit sad thatbad guys or gal, in this case didn t die That would have made the endingsatisfying The sub plot with Brian didn t really do 2.75 stars i...

  6. Salimbol says:

    3 and 1 2 stars An interesting blend of Celtic mythology and fairly standard urban fantasy tropes e.g damaged female protagonists, staunch male protagonists with shadowed pasts, etc It does particularly well on the gritty urban front, immersing us in the discomforts and miseries of daily life in the human world, and it delivers a truly creepy villain, scientist witch Fiona However, to me the characters often feltlike collections of neuroses than complete human beings, there was lit 3 and 1 2 stars An interesting blend of Celtic mythology and fairly standard urban fantasy tropes e.g damaged female protagonists, staunch male protagonists with shadowed pasts, etc It does ...

  7. Rachel says:

    A good sequal, though a little disjointed as the author pivots on the idea that the different lands the characters go have different time speeds This book goes into the back stories of Brian, Maureen, and Jo, as well as posing the question Does loving a magic time bomb mean never having to say you re sorry Because if you don t she may nuke your brain Also, the author makes the different magical creatures interesting and unique They have back stories and motivations.The author continues with A good sequal, though a little disjointed as the author pivots on the idea that the different lands the characters go have different time speeds This book goes into the back stories of Brian, Maureen, and Jo, as well as posing the question Does loving a magic time bomb mean never having to say you re sorry Because if you don t she may nuke your brain Also, the author makes the different magical creatures interesting and unique They have back stories and motivations.The author continue...

  8. Steve says:

    A not quite as fun sequel to a very fun book As my wife aptly put, this felt like an epilogue, not a standalone novel It also has oddly slow bits the first started slow but gathered steam, this one has pauses at random points and drags The multiple storylines don t fully gel together until the...

  9. Katie says:

    A continuation of the story begun in Summer Country, though both stand alone easily as well Dragons, witches, magic and all.

  10. Natasha says:

    Crass but sweet Love a reconstruction of fantasy as deconstructions are too depressing.