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ISBN:1610407334
Author: Ar Jarvis
ISBN13: 978-1610407335
Title: Foxhart
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Prizm (December 21, 2011)
Pages: 358

Foxhart by Ar Jarvis



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Tucked safely away from the world on their peninsula, the 'Veld kingdoms-Estveld and Ostveld-have had little to do with the rest of the world, instead focusing their efforts on fighting each other. But the world hadn't forgotten about them, and the Cheil Empire turned its armies their way. The three 'Velds allied together, but even their combined might was not enough to prevent defeat.

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Tucked safely away from the world on their peninsula, the three 'Veld kingdoms--Estveld, Ostveld, and Norveld--have little to do with the rest of the world, instead focusing their efforts on fighting amongst themselves. But the world hasn't forgotten about them, and the Cheil Empire has turned its armies their way. The three 'Velds ally together, but even their combined might is not enough to prevent their eventual defeat. The kings are forced to surrender, but the terms for Estveld and Ostveld appear suspiciously lenient; each kingdom maintains its independence, so long as the royal bloodline continues unbroken. The only catch seems to be that the Cheil Emperor is allowed to choose each generation's bride. Prince Cavan of Ostveld is unhappy with the terms because he fears he won't be allowed to marry the princess to whom he was betrothed. Prince Gair of Estveld is disgruntled because he never intended to marry at all. But the surrender is already signed, and the princes are left with no choice but to travel to the capital of the Cheil Empire where they will learn who--or what--the Emperor has in store for them.
Reviews: 5
Kaim
Hey, why isn't this book available anymore? I had it on my wish list! Hasn't anyone read and enjoyed it?
Hystana
With romantic fantasy you never know whether it will be fluff or substance.

This book opens up on a medieval battle ground. The people ostensibly leading the battle hear trumpets, which are apparently signaling that the battle is over. They all look around at each other and ask "who won?"

So if you're a fantasy fan, you know going in that this isn't going to be an immersive medieval world. The rest of the book continues in much the same vein.

The premise is that the main characters, both princes, are forced to wed after this battle is lost. They are from countries called "ostveld" and "estveld," a decision that confounded me as both of those prefixes mean "east." Ongoing feuding between the countries is a theme (maybe because they are competing for the most easterly country?) , with the general tone of a preschool classroom.

I really though the main characters acted like spoiled children through much of it, but it wasn't unreadable. Just fairly fluffy romantic fantasy.
caif
I loved this story when I first read it on fictionpress. It was great then, and it is even better now that it has been expanded upon.
spark
Once purchased I still had reservations about the book and it's vague synopsis. However, the opening chapter literally further piqued my interest and rest is history.
Xtani
This book was REALLY GOOD. Not only were the characters really likable and cute together, but the politics and worldbuilding were all really well-thought-out and interesting. Highly recommended.