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Sunday’s Wisdom #208: Selfless Satisfaction

“They risked themselves to ensure the safety of others, and there was something deeply satisfying about that.” – From The Blood Debt, by Duncan M. Hamilton In the third and final installment of Hamilton’s Wolf of the North saga, the … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #168: On the Need for Justice

“For some men there would never be enough, and unless someone ended them, they would never stop taking.” – From The Blood Debt By Duncan M. Hamilton It is a sad, sad fact of life that not everyone is “good.” … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #167: The Falconer’s Lesson

“If she learns she can fill her belly from somewhere else, she won’t come back to you.” – The falconer, Jorundyr’s Path By Duncan M. Hamilton In this scene, one of the story’s chief antagonists is learning about falconry. He … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #143: Our Heroes Are Just Like Us

“And he was born full grown with a sword in his hand and pissing fire.” – The Maisterpeaker, The Wolf of the North From The Wolf in the North series, by Duncan M. Hamilton One thing I really like about … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Wolf of the North

If you’ve seen The Princess Bride – and if you have not, then I suggest you go and do so without delay – you will remember the scene at the beginning, when the grandfather, who proves to be the narrator … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #141: Do Not Dream in Vain

“They all dreamed of the glory victory would bring, none more than Wulfric, but dreaming alone would not bring it about.” – From The Wolf in the North, by Duncan M. Hamilton This is from a book I just recently … Continue reading

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