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  • Paperback
  • 384
  • Animist Author Eve Forward
  • Eve Forward
  • English
  • 19 April 2017
  • 9780812574623

10 thoughts on “Animist Author Eve Forward

  1. says:

    This is a decent unfocused read Alex the main character is a good guy who can’t seem to make any real difference He's a student of magic learning to be an animist on a uest to find his animal companion His uest goes horribly wrong when he bonds with a ratHowever Alex’s bond with his rat named Mote needs to h

  2. says:

    This is a pragmatist's talking animal story like what I imagine vet school to be than like The Golden Compass It's animals aren't romanticized; indeed if an Animist accidentally bonds with an animal destined for the dinner table euthanizing the creature is considered the kindest thing to do Reading the reviews I

  3. says:

    Normally I don't much like and don't usually read the magicsorcery or sentient animal species variety of fantasy The exception of cou

  4. says:

    Having read Villains by Necessity I was thrilled when Animist came out At first I was a bit confused it seemed weak but the writing was intact After a few chapters however I realized what Eve was doing making a parody of common fantasy clich

  5. says:

    Meet Alex an animist He has abilities to sense into the magickal Oether and see spirits and magick all around him He has graduated from the Animism college and is going out into the world to find his Anim a specific animal he will bond with and with which he can open up his full potential of magickal ability He was sold to the college as a slave and as such has to earn money to pay them back to earn his freedomAlex is a

  6. says:

    A solid story about a young slave that must go on a uest to find his animal partner and then come back to work off his purchase price The mishaps start when he accidentally bonds to a short lived and unintelligent ratI kind of want to give this 4 stars because I liked certain atypical story elements A good example is the style of ending I will not give up the ending but I will say I liked the way it ended It was a mere

  7. says:

    I wish this had been betterI very much enjoyed Eve Forward's book Villains By Necessity and was glad to receive this one as a gift I was even pleased to see that Forward had done some research on animal training setting true behavior science and operantinstrumental conditioning in a less advanced fantasy world As a profess

  8. says:

    The book was well crafted and enjoyable to read but the story was obtuse and the bungling main character lacked that certain charm that makes you care whether or not they succeed I am a huge fan of Eve's earlier novel Villains by Necessity which is in my top 5 books of all time I cannot recommend that one enough But this one was merely so so because of the twin city story arcs that were convoluted and just not that enteraining

  9. says:

    I picked it up at the last library sale because I've seen it in bookstores and liked the cover and it sounded interesting It was not what I expected but most of that was in a good way Watching how one fresh college grad can destabilize two nati

  10. says:

    After reading Villains by Necessity I was on the hunt for another Eve Forward book I finally just had to buy my own copy as they're now so rare As it's her first book I understand that it's not uite as polished as later ones The beginning just held a lot of new world information that was hard to absorb all at once I did however enjoy her character development and the views on discrimination It was nice to see Alex turning a burden into a b

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Animist Author Eve Forward

Not nearly what he had hoped But as Alex finds himself caught in one misadventure after another he will learn and learn to appreciate that there is to his Anim than meets the e. I picked it up at the last library sale because I ve seen it in bookstores and liked the cover and it sounded interesting It was not what I expected but most of that was in a good way Watching how one fresh college grad can destabilize two nations was amusing and the fight scenes were generally well done The autopsy at the end had me howling with laughter But there were a few things I thought were rather unneeded the main villain s reason for going insane and killing everything he could is really just drumroll brain cancer And the one chick should ve died though I suppose that would ve caused problems too It s a pity this author hasn t written many books and doesn t seem likely to g

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L with whom he will bondAlex hopes it will be an extraordinary creature that will help him earn the money he needs to buy his freedom Unfortunately his Anim turns out to be well. Meet Alex an animist He has abilities to sense into the magickal Oether and see spirits and magick all around him He has graduated from the Animism college and is going out into the world to find his Anim a specific animal he will bond with and with which he can open up his full potential of magickal ability He was sold to the college as a slave and as such has to earn money to pay them back to earn his freedomAlex is a delightful character an innocent and rather naive kid who has no concepts of some of the bad things that are out there His adventure is remarkably funny and I was laughing aloud at many sections of this poor kid s life Alex bonds with a rat Mote near the beginning of

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Young Alex is a slave But recognized for his potential as an Animist he is bought by his college and begins rigorous training Now Alex must begin his uest for his Anim the anima. This is a pragmatist s talking animal story like what I imagine vet school to be than like The Golden Compass It s animals aren t romanticized indeed if an Animist accidentally bonds with an animal destined for the dinner table euthanizing the creature is considered the kindest thing to do Reading the reviews I find that I m undecided on whether this is not so much a parody as a sort of politicized anti Pullman It mixes magic with science in a world where a few people are wising up to the concept of germs and cancers while others use zombies and curses As a story the fairy tale tone keeps things light but some plot threads go nowhere Perhaps because this will be the second book th


About the Author: Eve Forward

Eve Forward is an author and television screenwriter She is the daughter of the late American physicist and popular science fiction author Robert L Forward and the sister of Bob Forward also a writer and film director