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A Rushing of Wings (Tremontaine #2.8) ❴Read❵ ➵ A Rushing of Wings (Tremontaine #2.8) Author Racheline Maltese – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Swordplay scandal and sex—welcome to the world of Tremontaine a glittering new entry in Ellen Kushner's classic Riverside seriesThis is the 8th episode in the second season of Tremontaine a 13 episo Swordplay scandal and sex—welcome to the world of Tremontaine a glittering new entry in Ellen Kushner's classic Riverside seriesThis is the th episode in the second season of Tremontaine a episode serial from Serial Box Publishing This episode written by Racheline Maltese and Paul Witcover Micah and Rafe journey to Highcombe—by way of the Heslop farm—to rescue Will But intrigues at A Rushing PDF/EPUB or Highcombe where madness may be catching threaten to throw their plan off courseAmbition love affairs and rivalries dance with deadly results in Tremontaine A Duchess whose beauty is matched only by her cunning; a handsome young scholar with passion than sense; a foreigner in a playground of swordplay and secrets; and a mathematical genius whose discoveries herald revolution when games of politics begin no one is safe Keep your wit as sharp as your steel in this world where politics is everything and outcasts are the tastemakers.


5 thoughts on “A Rushing of Wings (Tremontaine #2.8)

  1. Althea Ann Althea Ann says:

    This episode has some good bits in Especially the encounter with the highwaymanRafe and Micah embark on a brave but slightly bumbling attempt to rescue Duke Will from the poisonous clutches of his wifeEnds on a cliffhanger so on to the next


  2. Teleseparatist Teleseparatist says:

    I took a long long break from this series and couldn't bring myself to return but this was frankly one of the best episodes yet and not because of the break The plot was straightforward and well paced the characters were sharply sketched But the best part was the mood and language which felt exactly right to the story and the characters It was a pleasure to readI also thought this part had some of the best handle on the charactersI read this installment courtesy of NetGalley but my opinions are my own


  3. Elaine White Elaine White says:

    POV – 3rd person multi character often omni presentWould I read it again – YesGenre – LGBT Fantasy Serial Historical Coming of Age ueerContent Warning – mild violence sexual situations adulterycheating prostitutionOrientations – MM MF FF COPY RECEIVED THROUGH NETGALLEY I love the world building of this series and the talented writers who bring it all together but I was left heartbroken by the events of Season One and I'm hopeful that Season Two will at least offer some relief from that I'm coming straight into this just an hour after finishing Season One so it's all fresh in my mind There are still the infreuent issues of editing mistakes changes of tense that don't always make sense as were in Season One but the recurring issue of font change has been eliminated which is a reliefBecause of the format Netgalley sent or perhaps because of how Kindle interprets them the formatting for the first half of this series of ARC's was terrible The documents had either one or two lines then a line of gapping repeated throughout and it wasn't only hard on the eyes but made it difficult to follow in terms of flow The second half were much better formattedEpisode 8 A Rushing of Wings by Paul Witcover Racheline Maltese★★★★☆Pages 47This was a slightly darker and heart wrenching episode as it mostly focused on Will and Rafe my two favourite people in this series However it also added the POV scenes for Wickfield Norris and Vera all servants of Highcombe but not all necessaryI had hoped that Norris would be so curious about what Wickfield and Thea were up to with Will's wine that he would stop Will from getting it and thus get his mind back to normal but that didn't happen Instead Rafe and Micah saw through their valiant rescue and failed were captured and are now being haunted by Will's bird Oh and Rafe finally found out that Micah is a girlA lot happened here but it's definitely just the start of the end There was a change of font again which really bugs me for some reason but overall it was a well formatted and well edited episodeFavourite uote“Will held out a shaking hand flinching at Rafe's touch but then somehow steadying himself Rafe eased the ring onto his finger as solemn as a groomWill turned his hand tilting the ring into the light “You are true” he declared and placed his hand back in Rafe'sRafe knew it was neither the time nor the place but what rescue – what wedding – would be complete without a kiss?He touched Will's face carefully “I am Always””


  4. Theresa Theresa says:

    A Rushing of Wings Tremontaine #28 by Paul Witcover Its a plan to find his love a plan to save his loves life would he risk it all He needed to use his connections to the country side to find transport and a place to hide what he did not count on was how risky it would be to save Will What really is wrong with Will is he poisoned or is he crazy?


  5. Amy! Amy! says:

    This was really well done and I enjoyed it but I also really missed Diane and Kaab Rafe is my least favorite of the main characters so I didn't love spending so much time with him


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5 thoughts on “A Rushing of Wings (Tremontaine #2.8)

  1. Althea Ann Althea Ann says:

    This episode has some good bits in Especially the encounter with the highwaymanRafe and Micah embark on a brave but slightly bumbling attempt to rescue Duke Will from the poisonous clutches of his wifeEnds on a cliffhanger so on to the next

  2. Teleseparatist Teleseparatist says:

    I took a long long break from this series and couldn't bring myself to return but this was frankly one of the best episodes yet and not because of the break The plot was straightforward and well paced the characters were sharply sketched But the best part was the mood and language which felt exactly right to the story and the characters It was a pleasure to readI also thought this part had some of the best handle on the charactersI read this installment courtesy of NetGalley but my opinions are my own

  3. Elaine White Elaine White says:

    POV – 3rd person multi character often omni presentWould I read it again – YesGenre – LGBT Fantasy Serial Historical Coming of Age ueerContent Warning – mild violence sexual situations adulterycheating prostitutionOrientations – MM MF FF COPY RECEIVED THROUGH NETGALLEY I love the world building of this series and the talented writers who bring it all together but I was left heartbroken by the events of Season One and I'm hopeful that Season Two will at least offer some relief from that I'm coming straight into this just an hour after finishing Season One so it's all fresh in my mind There are still the infreuent issues of editing mistakes changes of tense that don't always make sense as were in Season One but the recurring issue of font change has been eliminated which is a reliefBecause of the format Netgalley sent or perhaps because of how Kindle interprets them the formatting for the first half of this series of ARC's was terrible The documents had either one or two lines then a line of gapping repeated throughout and it wasn't only hard on the eyes but made it difficult to follow in terms of flow The second half were much better formattedEpisode 8 A Rushing of Wings by Paul Witcover Racheline Maltese★★★★☆Pages 47This was a slightly darker and heart wrenching episode as it mostly focused on Will and Rafe my two favourite people in this series However it also added the POV scenes for Wickfield Norris and Vera all servants of Highcombe but not all necessaryI had hoped that Norris would be so curious about what Wickfield and Thea were up to with Will's wine that he would stop Will from getting it and thus get his mind back to normal but that didn't happen Instead Rafe and Micah saw through their valiant rescue and failed were captured and are now being haunted by Will's bird Oh and Rafe finally found out that Micah is a girlA lot happened here but it's definitely just the start of the end There was a change of font again which really bugs me for some reason but overall it was a well formatted and well edited episodeFavourite uote“Will held out a shaking hand flinching at Rafe's touch but then somehow steadying himself Rafe eased the ring onto his finger as solemn as a groomWill turned his hand tilting the ring into the light “You are true” he declared and placed his hand back in Rafe'sRafe knew it was neither the time nor the place but what rescue – what wedding – would be complete without a kiss?He touched Will's face carefully “I am Always””

  4. Theresa Theresa says:

    A Rushing of Wings Tremontaine #28 by Paul Witcover Its a plan to find his love a plan to save his loves life would he risk it all He needed to use his connections to the country side to find transport and a place to hide what he did not count on was how risky it would be to save Will What really is wrong with Will is he poisoned or is he crazy?

  5. Amy! Amy! says:

    This was really well done and I enjoyed it but I also really missed Diane and Kaab Rafe is my least favorite of the main characters so I didn't love spending so much time with him

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