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E protagonist Since she never did find the story she was looking for all those years ago she decided to write itIn Book I of the trilogy Tamras arrives in Merin's house to begin her apprenticeship as a warrior but her small stature causes many including Tamras herself to doubt that. The Warriors Path” is Book One of the “When Women Were Warriors” trilogy Wow just wow 5 there I’ve said it I’ve always put my rating at the end of a review for some reason but I don’t want you guessing 5 No uestionThis book flows like a poem Listening to the characters as they think and as they interact is simply magical Maara Tamras Sparrow The Lady Gnith Vintel Nametand so many others I name these few only to have you consider that the book is about people People who are sometimes happy sometimes lonely sometimes fearful sometimes sexual sometimes filled with despair But they are people Despite the title this is not an uber feminist man hating book about womyn This is a joyful book about peoplemost of whom happen to be women And perhaps what a difference our own world of rulers and military could be if “once upon a time when only women were warriors” were than just a way to begin a storyThis is not a book of battles bravery and deaththough it includes all that This is a book of duty of belonging of sharing and caring Gnith at one point tells Tamras“Listen” she said “I’m going to tell you a secret” She crooked her finger at me and when I leaned toward her she whispered “Every thing in the world can wait but one Only love can’t wait”Yet wait it does as it often does as it growsThe narrator was absolutely perfectsuch a balm for me a lover of audiobooks after so many bad narrators recentlyI messaged the author Catherine Wilson asking about plans for audiobooks for the second and third books of the trilogy it’s been three years since Book One was released on Audible She shared with me that both she and her producer at Dog Ear Audio have had health and other personal setbacks during the last few years but they are both currently healthy back at work and trying to make plans for bringing books two and three to Audible This will probably my estimate be awhile and as much as I prefer audiobooks to Kindle I’m just not sure I can wait to read books two and threeRegardless of your preferred format get Book One nowdid I mention it’s very definitely 5

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The Warrior's Path When Women Were Warriors Book 1She will ever become a competent swordswoman To make matters worse the Lady Merin assigns her the position of companion little than a personal servant to a woman who came to Merin's house seemingly out of nowhere the previous winter and this stranger wants nothing to do with Tamra. IT GAAAAAYYYYYY based on the reviews i've read for this book it can be a bit unnerving bc the pacing is not typical or traditional and conflict within the novel is mostly internal rather than external ie violenceactionetc but as the artist collective Still Eating Oranges so wisely put it in their essay on narrative structureThe necessity of conflict is preached as a kind of dogma by contemporary writers’ workshops and Internet 'guides' to writing A plot without conflict is considered dull; some even go so far as to call it impossible This has influenced not only fiction but writing in general–arguably even philosophy Yet is there any truth to this belief Does plot necessarily hinge on conflict No Such claims are a product of the West’s insularitynot all books need constant conflict to hold your attention or to be good and w this book in particular i felt that the story and characters were captivating without relying on constant gore or action it's a story about journeys about change and about growth and that shows within the plot if you're looking for an intense read with nonstop gratuitous violence this ain't for youhowever if you're looking for a story about an unassuming gal coming of age exploring her sexuality and learning the ways of the warrior through a fierce internal struggle and natural growth as a result of her environment and those around her this is the novel for you i very much enjoyed it and thought that the unusual spiritual elements were gorgeous as well as the author's ability to create a world in which women are the focal point ― and i would argue of importance than the men

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FREE DOWNLOAD î The Warrior's Path When Women Were Warriors Book 1 ☆ When she was a child the author of When Women Were Warriors happily identified with all the male heroes she read about in stories that began Once upon a time a young man went out to seek his fortune But she would have been delighted to discover eWhen she was a child the author of When Women Were Warriors happily identified with all the male heroes she read about in stories that began Once upon a time a young man went out to seek his fortune But she would have been delighted to discover even one story like that with a femal. I read this book mostly in challenge of negative reviews I saw on Clearly those people are not from cultures with oral traditions because Wilson's prose is beautiful and captures those traditions wonderfully If you have problems with women exploring their sexuality together you are not mature enough for this trilogy That's not the point of the story The point is that women can be all sorts of warriors some with swords some with children and some with both Weapons are both tangible swords bows etc and intangible Maara says that the greatest weapon of all is truth in Book II It's about a girl who is small in stature but large of heart It's about a girl who challenges the world around her I feel like all women need to read it but don't stop there Challenge the men in your life to read a book about women We've had to read countless books with male heroes so why can't they read books about female heroes