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    PDF FREE Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 Ñ E.L. Tettensor She did it againE L Tettensor delivered a powerful and strong seuel to DarkwalkerThis time there is less supernatural and dark crime fictionExcellent characters and inforamtion about the world in story full if twist and turns and a lot of deaths

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    PDF FREE Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 Ñ E.L. Tettensor Fantasy Review BarnAn outbreak of plague is not a crime That it occurs in a city that acts as a major trading center is hardly suspicious Yet Investigator Lenoir and his protégé Kody are asked to meet with a medi

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    PDF FREE Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 Ñ E.L. Tettensor Initial Thoughts I really enjoyed this second novel Though the paranormal aspect was missing this time the tension and mystery were not I was completely pulled into this dark and eerie world The mystery again wove itself ar

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    PDF FREE Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 Ñ E.L. Tettensor Audiobook review Narrator John CurlessThe narrator does such a wonderful job with all the character voices He brings this story to life I like how Nicolas' character grows in this story In the first book he was merely going through the motions but not really caring about anything Things turn around for him surprising him as much as those he works with My only complaint about the book is that there aren't any in the series The au

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    PDF FREE Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 Ñ E.L. Tettensor An excellent supernatural and historical mystery If you enjoy mysteries and don't mind a bit of paranormal horror this book series is for you I listened to the audio book which was exceptionally well done and entertaining I was uite sad when I'd finished them and had to leave this world I look forward from from this autho

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Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 characters õ 100 E.L. Tettensor Ü 0 characters Read & Download é PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ü E.L. Tettensor Rtner Sergeant Bran Kody are running out of time to catch a killer and find a cureOnly one ray of hope exists the nomadic Adali famed for their arcane healing skills claim to have a cure But dark magic comes at a price one even the dying may be unwilling to pay All that’s left to Lenoir is a desperate gamble And when the ashes settle the city of Kennian will be changed forever. Advance SPOILER FREE Review I received an ARC for free from the author Release date currently set as February 3 2015Master of Plagues is round two in the adventures of Inspector Nicolas Lenoir We first met him in EL Tettensor s pitch perfect debut novel Darkwalker and she has seen fit to regale us with another mystery for the man to solve We return to Kennian which is something of an alter Victorian era London Kennian boasts a muddy gritty rainy with a chance of rain can almost smell the horse swarthiness This isn t a place for the weak of heart or will power or those without water proof shoes This time on top of the muck and the mire a severe bought of plague has struck This is a plague that kills its victims within 3 4 days of being contracted continues to be highly contagious in dead bodies and is burning like a wildfire through the populations of the poverty stricken camps on the outskirts of Kennian Lenoir is summoned by the Mayor to hear of a theory that will set into motion the entirety of the rest of the book the plague isn t natural There is suspicion it was planted artificially and for whatever reason someone has purposely started killing off people in the hundreds and soon thousands With only a few facts to go on and a disease that is claiming lives faster than even the best Inspector can think Lenoir has to get to the bottom of this riddle before Kennian and other major cities on the continent are wiped out for good I m not sure what I was hoping for when I returned to Lenoir s world but it was definitely something than this I don t mean to sound overly harsh Much like Darkwalker the world is excellently written with beautiful vocabulary that paints the bleak and grey life of Kennian residents with a precise brush EL Tettensor has a fantastic way with words If you had a chance to read her other novel released this past year The Bloodbound written under the name Erin Lindsey you may already know this In Darkwalker Lenoir faced a supernatural foe that served as an ethereal judge jury and executioner for an unknown master Lenoir was a man who had ceased caring for his work and had no friends or family to speak of Hailing from a distant land of Arrenais an alter France from the sound of it Lenoir seems to be running from a past he is ashamed of and an old life of privilege given up long ago for reasons not totally clear The pace of writing was tight and introduced main stay characters like his partner now turned Sergeant Bran Kody and a street urchin by the name of Zach The main threat of the book felt focused and ever mounting in the level of danger it presented to the Inspector Threats to his accomplices felt far real and the conclusion brought together all the breadcrumbs that had been tossed to us in the pages before the climax The actual Darkwalker itself was fascinating and all the world building promised plenty mystery in books to come Alas aside from recapping certain locations and mentions of races Master of Plagues seems stuck in Kennian With promises of getting into the Adali culture and way of life we are only given the barest glimpse just as in the first book In fact in the first book we learned Other elements felt formulaic as well such as Bran Kody continuing to be a punching bag poor thing and Zach getting himself caught up with the wrong people and held captive for a good portion of the story again Unfortunately however despite the so called threat of the plague it never felt for a second that either of these characters might actually succumb to some kind of horrible fate Zach s contribution to the story is so meaningless for the most part that he comes off as the cartoon y side kick creature that s put in to be relateable to children There s a disappointing lack of information that is known about Lenoir s encounter with a supernatural being and indeed the supernatural elements of the world are left out almost entirely Brushed aside as if there WASN T an entire book and culture of evidence to support there is than meets the eye to this world The author was to my knowledge living in Africa while writing this book While reading about the plague it was hard not to picture a lot of the overtones of the current Ebola outbreak The way the plague is handled and the discrimination against the poor and other race Adali people was also a harsh reflection of exactly how the disease has been treated in the real world In that sense it is a surprisingly relevant story even while being alter historical mysteryfiction That being said I just can t get past 3 stars in my rating Goodreads subtitles 3 stars as liked it and I did LIKE the book I just didn t LOVE it with the 5 stars I had to give Darkwalker I felt that the mystery could have had a lot bite and the climax much something When the maniac behind the curtain is finally revealed there was the sense of well no one would have seen that coming because we never heard that name before instead of that satisfying I followed all the clues and now I get to see if I was right The book itself has Lenoir s superior telling him not to beat himself up because nobody can predict something like a plague but as a reader that still feels like a cop out I m harder on the book because of the sterling precedent Darkwalker set for it I wanted to go back to a world that had magic living in its shadows and demonic creatures of vengeance hunting for a man s soul Instead I got mud fires plagues and the feeling I was a side kick to Dickens trudging through London slums in search of good source material for his next book I have heard that there isn t a third book currently planned and I do hope that changes However this review may sound I DO want to go back to the world and see how it expands However the next time I visit Lenoir I hope he ll show my imagination around a bit

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Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 characters õ 100 E.L. Tettensor Ü 0 characters Read & Download é PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ü E.L. Tettensor A dark fantasy detective story that takes readers on a dark sometimes disturbing journey EL Tettensor crafts a tale that makes you think even while you shudder a delightful combination” Fresh Fiction on Darkwalker Unraveling a deadly mystery takes time and his is running outHaving barely escaped the clutches of the Darkwalker Inspector Nicolas Lenoir throws himself into his wo. 5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum US Giveaway of MASTER OF PLAGUES 12715 2315 EL Tettensor has been on my radar ever since reading her excellent debut Darkwalker and I couldn t have been thrilled to find out in the summer of 2014 that she will be returning to the world of Nicolas Lenoir with a fresh new seuel featuring the eponymous detectiveHaving been given a new lease on life following his harrowing encounter with the grim spirit Darkwalker Lenoir is back to work with a renewed energy But his resolve is tested almost right away when a disturbing new case sets the entire Kennian police force on alert A deadly new disease is ravaging the city inflicting fever vomiting and massive internal and external hemorrhaging on its victims The symptoms and mortality rates are bad enough but then comes irrefutable evidence that the plague was ruthlessly unleashed on purpose But by whomIn this incredible follow up Lenoir and his partner Sergeant Bran Kody are racing against time on the trail to find a mass murderer in the midst of widespread fear and panic City resources are stretched to the limits and still people are dying by the day and it s a whirlwind of suspense as all those trying to hold things together find themselves torn between finding the culprit or finding a cureI can t tell you what a joy it is to be back in this world reading about these characters especially since they ve grown so much since the first book Inspector Lenoir is a no longer the jaded curmudgeon he once was and now that his apathy has lifted we can finally see his brilliance shine That s not to say his personality has done a complete one eighty he is still the fastidious detective with a tongue as sharp as his mind And as Sergeant Kody is so often reminded the inspector is not given to coddling himself or anyone else However that has not stopped the two men from becoming closer as a uniue working relationship develops between them Kody s character is also explored a lot in this installment with his perspective given plenty of page time The sergeant starts coming into his own taking the lead on some parts of the investigation and standing up to Lenoir he feels are important It s good to see these two evolve together as it s clear they can learn so much from each otherThe world of this series is as rich and evocative as ever even in the grip of a deadly disease It s interesting to note that the fantasy elements are not as strong in this book as it was in the first Aside from the involvement of Adali healing Master of Plagues is relatively light on magic and the paranormal In spite of this I think this makes the novel even engaging For one thing it would be impossible to read this story without pondering its parallels to current events in light of the Ebola outbreak in Africa and the fear that it sparked across the globe in 2014 Not only are the symptoms of Kennian s plague disconcertingly similar to those of Ebola social effects like mass hysteria and the discrimination against a specific group of people are also themes that will ring all too familiar It s not surprising since Tettensor has stated that she draws a lot of her inspiration from the real world and her own experiences living and working in Burundi The basis for the fictional Adali culture for example has some of its roots in the pastorialist societies of northeast Africa and elsewhere on the continentAll told Master of Plagues is another deftly written novel a worthy seuel that is every bit as good as its predecessor Both books have gotten 5 stars from me and I don t have to tell you how rare that is But that s what I like to see Like Darkwalker this book takes the reader on a delectable journey to get to bottom of a grand mystery and there are plenty of plot twists and surprises along the way to keep you on your toes Nicolas Lenoir is a character that has uickly grown on me and I can t wait to see what he ll get up to next

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Master of Plagues Nicolas Lenoir #2 characters õ 100 E.L. Tettensor Ü 0 characters Read & Download é PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ü E.L. Tettensor Rk with a determination he hasn’t known in years But his legendary skills are about to be put to the test A horrific disease is ravaging the city and all signs point to it having been deliberately unleashedWith a mass murderer on the loose a rising body count and every hound in the city on uarantine duty the streets of Kennian are descending into mayhem while Lenoir and his pa. Fantasy Review BarnAn outbreak of plague is not a crime That it occurs in a city that acts as a major trading center is hardly suspicious Yet Investigator Lenoir and his prot g Kody are asked to meet with a medical man who believes there is a crime involved And after only a short investigation it is clear the man is right this plague was deliberately brought into the city Which means it is now Lenoir s problem It is up to him and Kody to find the who and why before everything in the city boils overLeaving behind the supernatural seen in Darkwalker we get a conventional detective story in Master of Plagues Lenoir finds himself knee deep in everything this disease is affecting Beyond figuring out who is responsible and why he also is running increased tensions within the city All the old favorites born of fear start showing themselves disaster profiteering unrest and of course racial divides It appears to some that the Adali may be immune to the disease though in reality the groupe just has better treatment methods But in a time where sickness is blamed on bad humors in the air and leeches are a large part of every treatment plan it is unclear if the Adali s ways will be accepted by the larger population or if it will just make them even of a target to fearMaster of Plagues never reached the high bar that I felt Darkwalker provided I felt it lacked for ot having some of the supernatural elements though I did like that those present were presented ina way that left their actually supernaturalness up in the air I also felf Lenoir was a bit too slow to the obvious answer of motive this time around there are only two good reasons someone would start a plague I could think of baring true lack of sanity and Lenoir never grabbed onto the one that seemed obvious to this reader Perhaps in attempts not to lead the reader to obvious conclusions the actual Master of this plague is never developed making hisher final reveal anti climaticDespite that it is a fun detectiveadventure story Lenoir s battles both with the case and with incompetency of those above him has not failed to interest me yet It is made better still by the fact that the incompetent are realistically so rather than pure caricatures only one person is laughable stupid while others just make bad decisions It is worth noting that part of what makes Lenoir endearing is he also is prone to bad decisions despite a high intellectWhile this is a second book the series seems to be along the lines of connected stand alones Certainly one could read this book without reading Darkwalker though as stated above I think that would not be the correct decision But for those paying attention there also seems to e a long game being played in the background that will connect the series eventually Tied no doubt to the Darkwalker and those Lenoir connected with in books thus far Something I will look forward tooNot as good as Darkwalker but still a short and fun diversion I am looking forward to seeing how some of the longer plotlines tie together as the series progresses3 starsCopy for review provided by publisher