The Boy

The Boy

Erika Johansen / Dec 07, 2019

The Boy In the short story below Johansen transports readers to a time before the invasion of Mort She spins a tale of one physically strong but emotionally vulnerable boy who s ultimately destined for grea

  • Title: The Boy
  • Author: Erika Johansen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 246
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  • In the short story below, Johansen transports readers to a time before the invasion of Mort She spins a tale of one physically strong, but emotionally vulnerable boy who s ultimately destined for greatness The author Johansen shared this Queen of the Tearling short story exclusively with Bustlenk bustle articles 19544

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    1. A very brief history of Lazarus of Mace.Actually I would read a whole book just dedicated to the Mace. This teaser just made me realise that he has his own tale to tell.

    2. Well, that took me forever to read. 6 pages is way too long.Okay, so I found out about this novella before I started the first book. Yeah, that was a huge red flag for me. This book did nothing for me! I knew nothing! I was so confused. BUT after I read the first book - it made a lot more sense. I also reread it - I mean, it's 6 pages people not a novel.I highly suggest you read the first book in this series and then the novella - unlike what I did. Seriously, do it. Lazarus will make so much mo [...]

    3. It was a nice look into the world, but nothing of substance. If you have the time, and have read at least the first book - then I would definitely recommend this to you. It wont take too long to read, but it will help you understand one of the characters a little more.

    4. Una breve historia sobre Lazarus de la Maza, un personaje que me ha gustado mucho en la trilogía y que se ha convertido en uno de mis favoritos sin duda alguna. Aquí se nos da una pequeña idea de como fue su infancia y su experiencia en La Guardería ( una vida que ningún niño debería vivir jamás). Por suerte, de mayor consiguió usar toda esa frustración y dolor para convertirse en Guardia Real e intentar redimirse protegiendo tanto a la reina Elyssa como a Kelsea después.Lo recomiendo [...]

    5. Un brevissimo racconto prequel, che sconvolge per la sua durezza e che getta una luce oscura su alcune vicende precedenti all'avvento di Kelsea. Mi sono sempre chiesta cosa fosse successo in the Keeps beh da un certo punto di vista avrei preferito non saperlo perché è stato davvero un duro colpo.

    6. OF COURSE. Wow, I'm stupid I didn't recognize him. It is a very short story, but it is a sad one and if you've read the trilogy itself you know why. I just wish it was a little longer, a little more detailed.

    7. Boleh-lah buat pelipur lara kisah The Fate of the Tearling yang mengecewakan itu. Setidaknya yang ini menjadi pelipur lara dari tokoh kesayanganku, walau hanya terlalu singkat untuk dinikmati. :3

    8. Cute very short story about the origins of Lazarus. I liked that we were just dropped into the story and got to see things from his point of view.

    9. Short, but an interesting read on Mace before he was the mace. I would recommend reading this after the first book, once you have an understanding of the character.

    10. Ok well, as a listed 'short story' I expected this to be a bit longer than six pages. Just sayin it was a great beginning to a short story, but really could have been an (expanded please) prologue to book 2 (considering this is when we learn of The Boy's background). The intro to the very very short story-like collection of paragraphs said 'Guess who the boy is!' Um. SPOILERS (I guess) it's Mace, fucking duh. And then I thought, great we actually get to see a torn-limb-from-limb fight from Mace, [...]

    11. Actual review: 3.75That was the thing about the ring: nothing mattered there. Not the man, not the hunger, not the dark warren-feeling of the tunnels. The ring was clean, well-defined. The ring was easy.What insight into a favourite character of mine and the hard life he led before he came to be one of the noblest, bravest, smartest knights I have come to know. The best thing about this short novella is the fact that we learn Lazarus' real name. His identity was stripped and he was given another [...]

    12. A short story that shares some of the back story of one of the main characters in the Tearling series. I thought this was a standalone, but considering the permission line at the end I think it may be an excerpt of the third book. As I only finished the first book last night, I'll have to wait to find out.I don't know that this added much beyond a bit more insight into the character, but it was a quick read and worth the time. It's not clear through most of it who it's about, but I started with [...]

    13. The Boy will give you nothing, if you haven't read the Tearling series. From the first moments of meeting Lazarus, you know he is more than he seems and will do whatever it takes to keep Kelsea safe. Yet in The Boy, we find where he began, in the dark tunnels below the world. A dark slice of story to accompany the world of the Tearling.

    14. So short! I still have so many questions. I would have wanted a book about his life until he met Kelsey again.

    15. This short story gives some insight about the past of one the characters in the Tearling series. I liked it.

    16. Lazarus is pretty much my favourite character from the books so I was hoping there'd be more of his story here but it was just a flash of his history. Not nearly enough.

    17. Very short (6 pages!) story of the back history of one of the Tearling series main characters. Interesting but not really terribly informative.

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