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  • Title: Ghost
  • Author: Carole Cummings
  • ISBN: 9781632163240
  • Page: 375
  • Format: ebook

  • Wolf s own Book One Untouchable Ghost Assassin Mad Fen Jacin rei is all these and none His mind is host to the spirits of long dead magicians, and Fen s fate should be one of madness and ignoble death So how is it Fen lives, carrying out shadowy vengeance for his subjugated people and protecting the family he loves Kamen Malick means to find out When Malick and hWolf s own Book One Untouchable Ghost Assassin Mad Fen Jacin rei is all these and none His mind is host to the spirits of long dead magicians, and Fen s fate should be one of madness and ignoble death So how is it Fen lives, carrying out shadowy vengeance for his subjugated people and protecting the family he loves Kamen Malick means to find out When Malick and his own small band of assassins ambush Fen in an alley, Malick offers Fen a choice Join us or die.Determined to decode the intrigue that surrounds Fen, Malick sets to unraveling the mysteries of Fen s past As Fen s secrets slowly unfold, Malick finds irony a bitter thing when he discovers the one he wants is already hopelessly entangled with the one he hunts.First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, February 2012
    Carole Cummings
    Carole Cummings Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Ghost book, this is one of the most wanted Carole Cummings author readers around the world.


    Julio Genao
    the genesis of a nap's an idea—let's read an enormous novel comprised almost entirely of a series of tedious discussions!infested by interminable fugues of introspection regarding these discussions as they are occurring!occasionally interrupted by flashbacks to discussions that occurred in the past!

    It would appear that I’m becoming quite the floozy for fantasy novels. I’m so easily seduced by the worlds of mystic and magic, it’s ridiculous! I love that the author has the freedom to create their own rules and I get to enjoy the ingenuity of their bold creativity.So, about the story: ***GR Buddies you have permission to skim this part *** Fen Jacin-rei aka Ghost, is born to be an Untouchable - cursed to host the lunatic ravings of his ancestors who whisper, chatter and scream at him co [...]

    This is serious fantasy, a complex, multi-layered story whose mythology is strongly influenced by Oriental themes. It's a story that rewards readers with beautiful prose, atmospheric settings, and unique characters. Fen was born one of two male twins into the Jin people. He was destined to become an Untouchable (or Ghost), living with the voices of the Ancestors in his head, slowly turning him insane. But he was taken from his family when the voices first came, to live under the mysterious and h [...]

    Ghost Wolf's-Own is the most exciting, emotional, absorbing book I've read in a long time. Come the last 100 pages or so I had to force myself to slow down and rationed myself to 20 pages a night not wanting it to end. It's the type of book where I find myself wanting to read paragraphs or whole sections again (and again!) because they are so well written and enjoyable to read. I couldn't rush through this book and wanted to slow down and take it all in. I knew from the sample I read that I was [...]

    Kaje Harper
    This book is very clearly a fantasy with gay characters, brilliant, complex and intriguing, and not primarily a romance. The two (most) main characters, Fen Jacin-rei the Ghost and Kamen Malick, are gay and in a very complicated form of relationship-building, heavily affected by the fact that neither one is quite a vanilla human. However the biggest thing that moves the book away from the romance category is the use of numerous third-person POVs to tell different aspects of the story. There are [...]

    Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
    4.5 starsWow, I got so caught up in this book I didn't want to put it down!I've always been a fan of fantasies I could sink my teeth into and this one is definitely one of those! I was drawn in from the start with Malick's cocky attitude and his desire for Fen then I got caught up in how cold Fen was and the world they live in, the job they do and the creatures they are. It was unbelievably fascinating. I loved all these characters. Malick is so arrogant, loose and doesn't outwardly care about a [...]

    I would really like to give this book 4 stars. Carole Cummings obviously knows how to write, with appealing prose and arresting characters and heartwrenching conflicts. ButbutbutWell, first off, I am SO tired of the "woops, you thought this was a standalone novel but really it's just a fragment of a serialized story" syndrome. I mean, sure, trilogies and fantasy series are all the rage, but authors still need to make SOME effort to conform to good plot structure in each installment of the series [...]

    Eden Winters
    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Carole Cummings doesn't merely tell a good story, she paints a masterpiece with words until you can see, hear, feel, taste, and smell the world she's created. The world-building is spectacular, and the folks she's filled that world with are three-dimensional and engaging. The story is told from multiple POVs and switches between the current time and the past, and while this may sound confusing, it gave me clarity in the unfolding events, and I even found myself l [...]

    Emanuela ~plastic duck~
    Giving a summary of the plot is a bit complicated for me because I was born wordy. We're in a world where the Gods don't seem to listen to people anymore. There's a people of oppressors, the Adan, keeping a people with magic, the Jin, in their leash. While the cycle is changing from the Raven to the Wolf, a pair of twins are born from the Jin people: the one under Raven, Joory, holds a powerful magic; the one under Wolf, Fen Jacin-rei, is an Untouchable, a Ghost, a Catalyst, or, as one character [...]

    Rebecca ♥ Ash, Kishan, Magnus ♥
    This review can also be found on my blog: A Match Made in HeavenI picked up this book because I was in the mood to try something new. M/M romance was something I hadn't tried yet and this one was recommended to me. But I ended up enjoying it for mostly different reasons. Fantasy has always been one of my favourite genres so it was pretty easy for me to get into this. I love stories that introduce new worlds to me, and especially worlds with their own mythology and forms of magic.“Giving his li [...]

    Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
    Synopsis:Dwelling in the land of Ada and defending magic users called the Jin, Fen Jacin-rei is a trained assassin and an Untouchable, one whose mind hosts the Voices of the Ancestors, spirits of long-dead magicians. His fate should be one of madness and solitude, yet Fen Jacin-rei desperately clings to his sanity and ferociously protects the family he loves. But how does Fen do it? Kamen Malick has every intention of finding out.When Malick and his own small band of assassins ambush Fen in an a [...]

    I have read A LOT of fantasy themed M/M romance, and I will read a lot more (as long as people keep writing it :)), but you know I have to rate Carole right up the top. Number one status. Seriously. Why? Woman can WRITE! She can write a plot- not some half-arsed pseudo plot to support the sexy bits, a proper plot you need to see through to completion, and will hang on the edge of your seat, and hold your breath 'til you get there.She can write characters- real ones! With personalities, and back [...]

    Serena Yates
    This book has all the marks of epic fantasy: world building on a grand scale, a suppressed people in need of being freed, magic, ancestors and spirits who keep 'interfering', even immortals. The language is sweeping, and events unfold at a fairly sedate pace (my personal feeling) despite the fact that quite a lot happens.I had trouble with the characters, who seemed more like pawns than real people. The language is not my thing, and the pace was too slow and unfocused for me to really get into t [...]

    4.5 Stars Gah that cliff-hanger!

    DNF at 30%An epic fantasy with lots of POV's and flashbacks. Sadly, it's really not my thing, although I can see why others would like it. No rating, it's a good book, just not my cup of tea.

    Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews
    5 Hearts First published at MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpressOh, my freaking God… put down whatever you are doing get this book and read your little hearts out. This type of book is the reason why I love fantasy so much, the pure joy of the imagination, the complete world building and the mysterious characters that all have their own stories.Fen Jacin-rei is an Untouchable, a Ghost, a loner driven to distraction by the voices that plague him; it is only his training that saves hi [...]

    As always, Carole Cummings's writing and characters are awesome. And, since the story is told through multiple POVs - like more traditional fantasy - we get to know them all to some extent. But, the prize for the most awesome among the characters goes to Malick undoubtedly. The servant of gods who rebels against them while still trying not to break their laws. The servant of gods who drinks excessively and is a slut. The man who is running from feelings and still has them. Impertinent. Stubborn. [...]

    Vivian ♪(┌・。・)┌
    I really enjoyed this book!The beginning was a bit slow, and I really didn't care much for the flash backs though I knew they were essential. I just really wanted to get back to the present!I totally and utterly fell in love with the lovely Malick and his out-of-control libido (lol). He was just too adorable of a character with an intriguing past. And he "fell" first. You have to admit, that gives a character some points.As crass as it may seem, I liked Jacin a lot more when they had sex (which [...]

    WOW! That was awesome! This is giving me the same excitement as KMM's Fever series or Ginn Hale's Rifter. Betrayel, lust, romance, evil gods and men. I spent the entire book trying to figure out who to trust and changing my mind once more details were revealed. Then only levels of trust because everyone has their agendas. Amazing characters each with their own stories of tragedy and triumph. This is only the first book! I'm so nervous how this is going to play out because even the good guys are [...]

    Leta Blake
    So I guess I'll be reading the next one, oh, IMMEDIATELY.

    Sharon Tyler
    Wolf's-own: Ghost by Carole Cummings is a complicated and compelling work of fiction. There are secrets and conspiracies to uncover while discovering a new world filled with Gods and their crossing paths and laws. Fen Jacin-rei is an Untouchable, no one is supposed to aid or hinder him but people have definitely interfered in his life. He has been trained as an assassin as he learned to stay in control with the voices of the Ancestors ringing in his head. Kamen Malick is an assassin in his own r [...]

    This review is for book one and two. This was a world that slowly unfolded as you moved through the story, little nuggets of information would build upon each other to provide an understanding of this world. I can see where this might be too slow for some readers, but I enjoyed this pace and understanding the history. The flashbacks in book one really helped me understand the characters better and provided a strong foundation for the story.This story definately had a cast of characters and each [...]

    4.5 stars.Wow! This is the first book in a new fantasy series that is truly amazing. The complexity of the plot and characters keep you riveted thought the entire novel, while the pain of Fen's life tears you apart. The characters are layered, varied, quirky and full of life. Over the course of the story, so many characters are slowly revealed to be more than they appear, sometimes for the worse, sometimes for the better. This is not a light-hearted story in any shape or form - well, apart from [...]

    Once again, Ms Cummings has created a fantastic world without an info dump, characters so intriguing that I wanted to crawl inside their heads and learn what made them tick. So why didn't I love this book? The flashbacks. So much of the story jumped between past, present and darned if I could figure it out, that I got dizzy. And confused. Still looking forward to the next installment. I just hope it is a bit more linear.

    Cole Riann
    Review for Ghost and Weregild together posted at The Armchair Reader, as well as the Weregild GoodReads Page.The review contains spoilers for this book and is for the complete first part of the Wolf's-own story, books 1 and 2.

    Rating: 4.5 starsGood thing I've had the second book ready after I finish this one!Ghost is not an easy read but it's really well written, has an interesting plot but I loved it for the characters.Fen Jacin-rei broke he really had to endure a lot and it's a wonder he didn't go mad like all the other Untouchable. He had known a lot of prejudice directed at him, his own father hated him for being what he was and sold him easily.His teacher and buyer, the mysterious Asai, used him and psychical and [...]

    Donna Cooper
    Since I consider ‘Wolf’s Own – Ghost’ and ‘Wolf’s Own – Weregild’ to be one book, this review applies to both. First, Carole’s writing style is gorgeous – nearly edible. It is her greatest strength as an author. I love to read her stuff just for the luscious and descriptive language.Second, her characterization is amazing. Like her writing style, she excels at building and examining complex characters in detail – getting inside their heads and taking the reader with her. Ja [...]

    I could have given it three stars but I am so over books the have this many flashbacks. Editor's please, please, please tell your writer's to tell a linear story. No not because people are stupid, or because when it comes to time we are a linear species, but because when you are reading a story that constantly goes back, it never feels like the story is moving forward.Also I understand that you the author have lived in this world with the character's for days on end. Me, not so much. The writing [...]

    4.5 starsThis is actually a really good fantasy book. The world building is complex, multilayered, intriguing. The characterization is also solid. I had some tiny issues with the writing - there were too many POV-s, at times I came across some modern words and idioms. If I expected mainly romance, I would be really frustrated with all the POV-s and flashbacks detracting from the main heroes and dragging out the plot. As it was, I was a bit frustrated, but I also love Fantasy genre and appreciate [...]

    Things Done Well: Overall, it's very nicely written. While the sense of story telling is not for me, the author has a good sense of language and descriptions. Stylistically, I can respect her choices to do the flashback thing, flipping back and forth between the present and the past. That's cool. It's mostly not confusing. She's good at letting me as a reader know the personality of the character from what they say and what they do. That's pretty important considering the fact that Jacin doesn't [...]

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