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Stormi's Review: Yansha (Wolf Land #5) by Fiona McShane


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PUBLISHER: FIONA MCSHANE

RELEASED: May 19, 2017

GENRE: HISTORICAL, FANTASY

LENGTH: 139 pages

FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK

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All he wanted to do was buy and sell tea … When Arthur arrives at the Indian palace of Vana, he believes he is there to make a straightforward deal. It soon becomes clear that Arthur was summoned to Vana for very different reasons. Chandri, a young noblewoman, seems eager to marry him. But is she doing so of her own will, or are there Lords at work? Arthur must gain the trust of Chandri, and work alongside the enigmatic man known as Guruji, if he is ever to discover the truth and free the people of Vana. But Vana has its own protectors, guardians known as yakshas, and one of them may be able to offer Arthur a little help in return …

FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS

In the other Wolf Land books, you meet Arthur, a friend, and werewolf, to Sorcha and Rory. In this book, you see Arthur, after he leaves his pack, on a new journey. He finds himself in the village of Vana. He is asked to help Arun and Chandri. They have been tricked by a lord and servant and have forgotten who they truly are, but with Arthur's help soon they should know and will be able to help their people. He may also find a little help for himself as well.

I found this book a bit different than the others. It's not set in Wolf Wood and the characters are very different, but it was just as wonderful a read as the others. It was written well and the new characters are easy to love. Arun and Chandri bring a wonderful love to the book much as the others show the love of Sorcha and Rory. I have read this series from the start and each one is just as great, if not better, than the one previous.


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